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  • -Nicole Richie, thank you so much for coming on the show.

  • I really, really appreciate this.

  • You look great. How are you feeling?

  • How's the fam? How is everyone doing?

  • -Oh, my God. Thank you so much for having me.

  • We're good, you know? Big picture, we are --

  • You know, we're good. We are home.

  • We've been -- We've been "A" students about it.

  • We've just been -- You know, we've been here.

  • -Doing what you're told, wearing the masks.

  • -Yeah, doing exactly what I'm told, wearing masks.

  • -Good. -And, you know, so we've just

  • been spending a lot of time together and, you know --

  • I mean, now we're in, what, month three?

  • So I think we've had every emotion on the planet

  • that you could possibly have over the past three months.

  • We've had some really nice times and some low times.

  • But we're doing it all together, so it's nice.

  • This is -- It's really the first time

  • that we've been, all four of us, you know,

  • at this stage in our lives, have really been truly

  • living our lives together all the time.

  • It's nice. -That's one of those things

  • people keep saying, yeah.

  • The silver lining to this, if there is a silver lining,

  • is that I'm getting time with my family

  • that I never would ever possibly have.

  • -I mean, I'm like -- I'm, like, one of those people

  • that's like I actually, like, really love my kids

  • just being with me all the time.

  • Like, I love hanging out with them.

  • This is a fun age. -Oh, really?

  • -We watch a lot of horror movies together.

  • -They're into horror. Interesting.

  • -That's been our thing. And we like to do it in the day.

  • -Yeah, smart. Yeah. See, good.

  • Then I can come over whenever this is done.

  • 'Cause I can't do horror movies at nighttime.

  • It gives me nightmares. -Yeah.

  • So whenever you fly over, come over

  • and watch horror movies in the morning with us.

  • -I mean, Nancy will watch a "Dateline"

  • as we're going to sleep, and I go, "I can't do it anymore."

  • -No, no, no. Can't do it.

  • -It freaks me out. -I need a nice, safe,

  • romantic comedy before I go to bed.

  • -I did "Gilmore Girls" for years.

  • -I just started "Gilmore Girls."

  • I just started it. -You're going to flip!

  • -I'm on episode -- I'm on episode 2.

  • -You're going to flip. It is great.

  • -Oh, my God. And my daughter's into it.

  • So, okay. -I will write down --

  • -Good to know. Good to know. Okay.

  • -I think I know who your favorite character will be,

  • and I will write it down, and almost like a magician,

  • I will open it next time you're on the show,

  • with a date, and I'll tell you who your favorite character is.

  • -Okay, okay. -Okay?

  • -Deal, you're on.

  • -I was gonna ask you, how are you talking to your kids

  • about the protests and everything that's going on

  • with the police reform and what we're doing and all this change?

  • Is it tough?

  • -Well, you know, my kids are older,

  • in the sense that they're not toddlers,

  • and they do have access to the world,

  • and they talk to their friends.

  • Their friends have older siblings.

  • And, you know, I mean, Joel and I have always felt like

  • the biggest gift that you can give your kids

  • is to be honest with them and to be truthful with them.

  • And, you know, I mean, like,

  • they are capable of understanding

  • what's going on in the world.

  • They know, you know? And they are capable of empathy

  • and, you know, showing compassion

  • and, you know, I think, like, one thing that Joel and I

  • are so proud of is that, like,

  • I mean, these kids are passionate.

  • You know? I'm thinking about like

  • who I was when I was 11 and 12.

  • Like, I only cared about "Beverly Hills 90210."

  • And they -- I mean, they know what's going on.

  • They are like -- You know, their friends are out.

  • They didn't protest, but their friends are going to protests.

  • They're having little TikTok protests and their icons,

  • you know, say Black Lives Matter.

  • They're, you know -- They are --

  • They are excited, and we want to

  • keep their excitement and that momentum in them,

  • knowing and believing that they really can create change.

  • -That's amazing. You brought up Joel.

  • How has -- Has fame gone to his head

  • now that he's a star on "Nikki Fre$h"?

  • -Yes. Mm-hmm, yeah.

  • -Will he ever talk to me ever again?

  • -No, probably not. Probably not.

  • He's like full-blown Joan Crawford.

  • [ Both laugh ]

  • I did have to convince him a little bit

  • to even be on the show, because being on TV

  • is not his favorite thing to do.

  • But, you know, it was just that one scene,

  • and that one scene kind of actually did happen,

  • like, before -- before this show --

  • Before I even created the show, I wanted to do a comedy album,

  • and I wanted to do it under Nikki Fre$h,

  • and I wanted to make this album

  • about growing your own fruits and vegetables.

  • And I spoke to Joel about it a little bit at home.

  • But, you know, when you talk to your spouse at home,

  • it's like, "Okay, okay." So I called the office,

  • I set an appointment. So, I went in,

  • I set a meeting with Joel and Benj,

  • and I walked in there with a Rupi Kaur poem

  • and read one of my favorite poems

  • which inspired this rap album, and I was able to --

  • I was able to see -- be able to, like,

  • notice their reactions to say, we need to re-create

  • what just happened in this show because I do think that that's,

  • like, the perfect introduction to the actual show.

  • -Well, how did you come up with the name Nikki Fre$h?

  • -Well, I started growing my own fruits and vegetables

  • about seven, eights years ago,

  • and I started posting my harvests on Instagram

  • because that's what Oprah did, so I was like,

  • "I have to. I have to, also."

  • And I got a lot of online engagement.

  • And I would say by my fourth like, I was like,

  • "I need a stage name."

  • And so I came up with Nikki Fre$h.

  • -Yeah. -And then, you know,

  • my friends started, like, making fun of me,

  • like, "Oh, you know, you're such an old lady.

  • It's not cool. Da da da."

  • And I was like, "Wait a minute.

  • How did gardening get that reputation?"

  • Like, I actually think it's the most cool

  • and exciting and fun and wild and spiritual.

  • It's like all the things, and I was like,

  • "How can I communicate to the masses

  • how, like, amazing this is?

  • I'm gonna do it through trap music."

  • But then I was like, "I can't disrespect the genre

  • because I love trap music,

  • so I'm gonna create my own genre,

  • which is parent trap." -[ Laughing ]

  • -It's trap music about loving the universe

  • and being at one with nature and growing your own

  • fruits and vegetables and eating organically and all the things.

  • -It's on Quibi. How many episodes are there?

  • -There's six episodes on Quibi, and then, at the end

  • of each episode is a new song and music video.

  • -Dude, you can rap. You're unbelievable.

  • -[ Sighs ] Thank you so much.

  • -[ Laughing ] Oh, my God.

  • Did you know you had that in you?

  • -Um... Well, I kill at karaoke.

  • That's what I will say.

  • So, I was like, "I've listened to enough Eminem.

  • I can do this."

  • -You are -- It's phenomenal.

  • It's -- It's crazy. I can't even tell you.

  • -Thank you. -It's so good.

  • And do the kids like it? -No.

  • -[ Laughs ]

  • See, I feel like that's what's gonna happen with my kids.

  • -Yeah. No. They don't.

  • They are mortified. They do wear the merch.

  • They love wearing the merch,

  • and all their friends wear the merch.

  • So I feel cool. -That's something.

  • -Yeah. That is something.

  • -Thank you so much for coming on the show.

  • And honestly... -Thank you.

  • -...you're putting out good into the world.

  • And thank you for that. And thank you for --

  • You know, we love you. -Thank you so much.

  • -From Nancy, as well. She loves you.

  • -Tell Nancy I love her.

  • -Okay. Bye, pal. Thank you so much.

-Nicole Richie, thank you so much for coming on the show.

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