LL Cool J to interview Dr. Anthony Fauci on SiriusXM

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SiriusXM Pandora will host a special radio town hall that will see rap artist LL  Cool J interviewing Dr. Anthony Fauci on Tuesday.

The town hall will explore the safety and efficacy of several COVID-19 vaccines, according to a blog post published by SiriusXM.

“In this exclusive special, the panelists will discuss the importance of getting vaccinated and share their own experiences with the virus,” a SiriusXM spokesperson wrote. “Following the conversation, panelists will answer questions from a virtual audience. This is an additional opportunity for Dr. Fauci to educate people and clear up misinformation about the vaccine, as well as share facts and research regarding COVID-19.”

The special, called “Is the Vaccine Safe for Us?,” will also feature interviews and commentary from Dr. Marcella Nunez-Smith, the chairperson of the COVID-19 Equity Task Force, and musician DJ Jazzy J. A virtual audience will have a chance to ask questions of the four panelists at the conclusion of the interview.

The town hall will air on Wednesday, March 31 at 6 p.m. Eastern Time on the following SiriusXM satellite and streaming radio stations:

  • LL Cool J’s Rock the Bells Radio (Channel 43)
  • Hip-Hop Nation (Channel 44)
  • The Heat (Channel 46)
  • SiriusXM Fly (Channel 47)

The special will replay on those stations on Thursday, April 1 at 10 a.m. Eastern Time and on Saturday, April 3 at 8 a.m. Eastern Time, and will also be available to stream on demand via the SiriusXM streaming radio app for smartphones and tablets.

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