Radio Shows, Crio Bru, and Color Me RAD

Last Monday I was invited to The Landon Bench Show on K-Ute Radio.  We discussed everything (literally, everything) from my celebrity friends to conspiracy theories.  I had such a blast being in studio!

I just love working with cool people.  Celebrity or non-celebrity, it doesn’t matter to me.  I love passionate people!  No matter who I’m dealing with, they will always get the real Scott.

Wherever you’re at, join us on our road trip to the Color Me Rad 5k Run in Las Vegas on November 17th.  We promise you a cool cast of characters will be getting color bombed with you!  For 20% off your registration fee, use promo code SCOTTSPEEPS.

My 12 year old son Tsering came to the office with me last week, and told me he would never want to do what I do for a living.  Update: It has now changed to “maybe.”  We did have an awesome day, and even got to throw in a Crio Bru taste test at Decadence Café.


To top it all off, he left me this killer “thank you” note:

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More Rockstar Friends, Leeza Gibbons!!

Can’t beat L.A. in August, great weather, beyond amazing friends and enjoying life. While I was in town I had to stop by and see my friend Leeza. Always good to see such an amazing, bright, philanthropic Rockstar like her.  


 (On set with Leeza for America Now!)

Leeza is the ultimate Rockstar! She has such a charitable spirit and background and it shines through in all of her projects and works. Leeza Gibbons Ent. (1994) & Leeza Gibbons Memory Foundation (2002). 

Pulmonary Embolism

Lower lobe lateral basilar segment pulmonary embolus with subpleural airspace opacity.  What?!  About a week ago, I was working late and not feeling so well.  I was worried I was experiencing symptoms of a heart attack, so I had one of my friends take me by the hospital.  I was diagnosed with a blood clot.

Officially, a pulmonary embolism is a blockage of the main artery of the lung or one of its branches by a substance that has travelled from elsewhere in the body through the bloodstream.  Unofficially, the “check engine” light in my body was BLARING.  I am realizing that I can’t keep up the constant rhythm of going to bed at 2:00 am and waking up at 7:00 am.  Sometimes it’s ok to get to sleep before the stroke of midnight.

Even though I might be sleeping more, one thing I won’t be taking a break from is staying connected to all of you.  I didn’t stop tweeting the whole time I was laying in bed at the hospital.  I want to thank all of you who reached out to me with prayers and well wishes.  It is much appreciated!  I am now taking blood thinners, and am feeling a little better each day.

This diagnosis has given me a whole new perspective on life.  I still want to (and definitely will be) making the magic happen, but I will pay more attention to myself and my body in the process.


Making the hospital stay official.  The ID bracelets go well, right?


Thanks to all who sent flowers!


Miss Universe








Never in a million years would I have thought I would be here in São Paulo, Brazil judging Miss Universe 2011.  It has been an honor, a privilege and an absolute blast!  São Paulo is one of the most dynamic, thriving cities I have ever seen in my life & to couple the city with the most beautiful women from around the world this trip has proven to be one I will never forget. 89 personality interviews!