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Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin Reviews
I've listened to a mix of Jana's podcasts—some old and some new. I love how honest she is and that she doesn't pretend everything is 'perfect' in her life or marriage. That's REAL! I can't relate to podcasts that avoid talking about struggles within marriage—maybe it's because I can relate to Jana's sarcasm. I can totally picture myself talking/responding to triggering situations like she does. My only issue w/ this podcast is the microphone situation. I can hear Jana and Mike perfectly clear, but sometimes guests go in and out and I have to turn up the volume super loud to understand them—especially the WAGS and Seeking Sister Wife one. I could barely hear the Seeking Sister Wife cast members talk. If the guests microphone situation gets resolved, this gets a 5-star rating.
Jana was rude and down right disrespectful to Nick during this entire interview. I don’t think she let up on him once. Iheart Radio can you not intervene when you hear her treating a guest in such a manner? You should!
The more episodes you have, the more attitude comes out (from Jana). Sounding a little too “confident” lately and not very humble. I was excited that you had Nick Viall on but you would not let him get a word in and kept almost mocking him. Told him he couldn’t ask you a question since it’s your podcast, yet said that when you’re on his podcast, you will get more out of him? Can definitely tell you are jaded when it comes to anything related to sex, too. Can’t talk about anything without mentioning it. Just not for me.
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I first saw Jana in One Tree Hill. Been at least a casual fan of her music and projects since then. This podcast is good. The only thing is that there is too much reference to the past and what Mike did. I understand from being a victim of cheating myself that it can be healthy to talk about it as a way to move forward, but at some point it gets to a point where it’s no longer healthy and it’s just throwing it in his face. Plus she and her friends interrupt him and seem to pick on him a lot. This is a good podcast. I am a listener and hey to each their own. If it works for them then more power to them, but that is just one thing that bothers me about this podcast.
This has become one of my “must listen” podcasts each week. Jana and Michael, thank you for being so real and honest.
Absolutely love listening to Jana and Mike, they’re fantastic and have grown so much. However, they usually have Sarah on as well who for me, ruins it. Her and Jana together get so off topic, are too giggly, to the point it’s hard to listen to. I’m sure they’re having a great time together but for a listener, I have to constantly fast forward their banter. The 2 of them are constantly cutting off Mike. Was discussing with friends And they all too were saying Sarah ruins for them. Still great, just need to cut her out and let us hear from Mike & Jana more.
I’d like to write this review directly to Jana, because I feel like she needs to hear this. Jana, I felt compelled to write a review because of the bad reviews on here, and because of the review you put on Instagram about your daughter. I am a HUGE fan of your show. I am a SAHM, and your show helps me feel not so alone throughout the day. I love the topics you talk about, the celebrity guests, and when your husband pitches in. Your show feels AUTHENTIC. I can’t listen to other podcasts because of how “uniform” and “proper” they are. I love that your husband joins in, and you guys will have your little “arguments.” I love that you stay true to who you are and say things like, “hey, I can see your point of view, but sororities are not for me,” or when your husband voices his doubts of astrology or the psychics. I love that you bring up the issues you have with your husband. I love that it sounds like natural conversation on your podcast, so yes, you may interrupt people here and there, but it sounds so natural that I don’t even notice. It literally feels like a true, authentic conversation. I can’t stand the podcasts that seem scripted and lined up. Everyone speaks when they’re supposed to, as if it’s all planned out. I want to listen to real thoughts, real situations, real dialogue. Don’t let these negative comments change a thing about the way you manage your podcast. You are doing an awesome job, and I can’t wait to hear more!
Omg love this podcast and i love how real Jana is! When i was younger I also had a speech delay like Jolie and I had to go to a special school for a couple years. But now I’m all good and can’t stop talking! So don’t worry Jana and Mike Jolie will get better :) hope you guys have a great week!!
I’m 20 years old and have no kids but absolutely love this podcast. I’ve always looked up to Jana & still do. Reading some reviews, comments on her instagrams and just other things and seeing what other people have to say makes me so angry. Usually I’m not one to defend or ‘fangirl’ over celebs but people act like she’s not allowed to have flaws. People think famous people are supposed to be perfect. Her podcast is so real about so many issues from relationships to just everyday struggles. People say all she does is complain about Mike but that is so far from untrue. If any other married person had a podcast and was 120% honest, like Jana is, they would be talking about the same stuff. Every couple argues about stuff famous or not and for her to be so candid and open about it is so special, because I know personally I don’t vent about stuff in my relationship to my friends because I don’t want them to think it’s weird or judge, but Jana makes me realize that it’s normal to bicker and make mistakes and at the end of the day still love each other fiercely. Leave her the f**k alone and if you don’t have anything nice to say then simply stop listening to her podcast or unfollow her, no ones making you stay!! I could NEVER imagine at my age of 20 or even more being 30-40+ and commenting f**ked up things about her life and family. So immature and messed up to be doing to someone like Jana who is making her whole life an open book to HELP OTHERS. Love you Jana!! Keep fluttering your eyelashes for the world!
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Love this podcast, brightens up my Monday!!! GB
I absolutely love listening to this, Jana and Jen and the rest of the team are amazing. Jana is so honest and real and it’s so refreshing, they have all kinds of guests on and discuss such a range of topics. It’s emotional, raw, makes you laugh, makes you cry - it’s a wild ride, definitely give it a listen!!! GB
I love this, I’m even doing a ‘binge listen’ to catch up. Jana, Jen and Mike are all completely open, honest and relatable - it’s so refreshing! The only issue I have found is about from 10 episodes in there is starting to be a lot more adverts! Jana is great with them and tries to blend but it’s still and advert and there is too many. It’s a shame x GB
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