MusicIn this Celebrity ASMR interview, rapper Cardi B explores autonomous sensory meridian response with whispers and sounds. The award-winning musician quietly chats about her chart-topping song 'Bodak Yellow' and motherhood while petting a rug and fooling around with a children's toy. Production supervised by Diane Solway and Alexandra Ben-Gurion. Captured on Google Pixel 3
CelebritiesW has compiled all the most sensational moments from the first season of the hit series 'ASMR interview'. Relax and enjoy the electric tingles from soothing whispers and sounds generated by A-list celebrities like Margot Robbie, Gal Gadot, Jake Gyllenhaal, Lucy Hale, Salma Hayek, Kate Hudson, Emily Ratajkowski, Aubrey Plaza, Ashley Graham, and Melissa Benoist.
CelebritiesIn this ASMR interview, Jennifer Garner explores autonomous sensory meridian response with whispers and sounds. Jennifer brushes wigs to represent her role as Sydney Bristow in 'Alias,' plays with costume jewelry like she wore in '13 Going on 30,' and rifles through peppermint-flavored items in honor of her new movie 'Peppermint.' Check out Jennifer in the film 'Peppermint,' out in theaters September 7th.
CelebritiesIn this episode of Celebrity ASMR, Aubrey Plaza whispers as she plays with her own hair, fiddles with a make-up bag, strokes peacock feathers, eats cornflakes and squeezes a stuffed cat while meowing. Aubrey recalls learning improv from Chris Gethard at the Upright Citizens Brigade, kissing Ellie Kemper, getting fired from the NBC Page Program, her role in 'Funny People', playing April Ludgate on 'Parks and Recreation' and Lenny Busker in 'Legion'. See more of Aubrey in Season 2 of Legion on FX.
CelebritiesIn this episode of Celebrity ASMR, actress Camila Mendes (Veronica Lodge on Riverdale) explores autonomous sensory meridian response by flipping through the pages of a comic book, playing with a pearl necklace, shakes pom-poms to rep the River Vixens cheerleading squad, cuddles a stuffed cat to shout-out Josie and the Pussycats, sipping a milkshake from Pop's Chock'lit.
CelebritiesIn this Celebrity ASMR interview, actress Jenny Slate explores autonomous sensory meridian response with whispers and sounds. Slate messes with butter as a nod to her film 'Obvious Child', decorates a shell in honor of 'Marcel the Shell', concocts a batch of yogurt water and pours a glass of iced coffee to rep 'Kroll Show', and plays with science-related items to celebrate her role in 'Venom'. Venom is in theaters on October 5th.
CelebritiesWith ASMR Actress Margot Robbie may have moved to the United States at age 20, but she’s still a proud Aussie. In this extended ASMR interview, Robbie takes you through the sounds of her career—from her childhood smearing vegemite on toast to her breakout role as Leonardo DiCaprio’s wife in ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ to the sweet sound of a cork popping out of a bottle of champagne.
CelebritiesIn this Celebrity ASMR interview, actress Cynthia Erivo explores autonomous sensory meridian response with whispers and sounds. She chews bubble gum tape to rep her role as Magdalene on 'Chewing Gum', paints with a brush to honor her award-winning performance in 'The Color Purple' on Broadway, plays with cash and coins for her part in 'Widows', and pours whiskey as a nod to her character Darlene Sweet in 'Bad Times at El Royale'. Bad Times at the El Royale in theaters on October 12.
CelebritiesJennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone already have a lot in common: They’re both young, Oscar winners, and mega talented. But when they sat down for a joint interview with W, they found out they were more alike than they realized. Together, the two Hollywood BFFs answered the tough questions: the first album they bought, their favorite Halloween costumes, scariest memories and even their porn names. "Chelsea Thunderbird would've been the perfect porno name," Stone quips.
CelebritiesIn this Celebrity ASMR interview, model Emily Ratajkowski explores sounds and sensory response triggers with a lint roller, The Emily Bag (her new leather purse in collaboration with The Kooples), chains, jewelry, and whispers.
CelebritiesCara Delevingne enters the hypnotic world of ASMR to talk how she got into character for the highly anticipated Suicide Squad. Listen with headphones to fully immerse yourself in the ASMR experience.
CelebritiesIn this Celebrity ASMR interview, Lucy Hale -- the star of Truth or Dare -- explores the spookiest sounds from the scariest horror movies in history. Sounds like lighting a couple candles (House of Wax), brushing a head of hair (Psycho), stabbing a pumpkin (Halloween), clacking keys on a typewriter (The Shining), rubbing the lotion on her skin (Silence of the Lambs), breaking twigs and branches (The Blair Witch Project), hanging up a phone (Scream), and stirring a spoon in a tea cup (Get Out).
CelebritiesIn this Celebrity ASMR interview, Amandla Stenberg (Colombiana, The Hunger Games, Everything, Everything) explores autonomous sensory meridian response with whispers and sounds. See Amandla in Fox’s THE DARKEST MINDS in theaters on August 3rd, 2018 and in Amma Asante’s WWII drama film WHERE HANDS TOUCH this September. You can also see her in the highly-anticipated Fox film THE HATE U GIVE which comes out October 19th, 2018 – based on the best-selling novel by Angie Thomas.
CelebritiesIn this celebrity ASMR interview, Supergirl actress Melissa Benoist explores ASMR with sounds of DC superheroes and villains. Benoist cracks Kryptonite (glow sticks) from Superman, clangs together Wonder Woman's Bracelets of Submission, blows bubbles to emulate Aquaman breathing underwater, flips through Batman Bruce Wayne's money, scratches with Catwoman Selina Kyle's claws, opens the Joker's prank can of salted mixed nuts, and chews candies from a Harley Quinn Pez dispenser.