January 6, 2022

EP. 92 — Emily Hampshire

Actor Emily Hampshire joins Jameela this week to discuss how she’s so different from her beloved character “Stevie” from Schitt’s Creek, her mental health journey, what a game changer depression medication was for her, how her first diet was a “gateway drug” for her, and how exploring her sexuality helped her love her own body more.


You can listen to Emily on the new podcast The Beautiful Liar wherever you get your podcasts

You can follow Emily on Instagram and Twitter@emilyhampshire


You can find transcripts for this episode on the Earwolf website. 

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Jameela [00:00:00] Oh, hello, and welcome to another episode of I Weigh. How are you? I’m fine. I’m just it’s sort of just so shit that it’s crossed the threshold of what is acceptable. And now I’ve kind of surrendered to it, and I’ve acknowledged that January just doesn’t count. It’s just January is off it’s off. It’s starting again in February or March. After this, this tsunami of nonsense is, I don’t know, passes its peak. And so at least we have the tools we’ve done this before. It’s really fucking annoying that we’ve done this before, and it does feel a little bit deja vu-ey. But it’s not the same. It’s it’s it’s milder and it’s a bit less scary. It’s a bit less new, and we 100 percent know what to do now. It’s just I’m sorry, I’m sorry if it’s fucking with your New Year’s vibe. I’m with you. I feel you. But let’s just wr

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