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Entertainment Weekly


Alanis Morissette started a monthly podcast

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Alanis Morissette already proved she could be successful with music — her breakout album Jagged Little Pill recently celebrated its 20th anniversary with a reissue — but the 41-year-old Canadian decided to temporarily trade in singing for a new podcast.

“I’ve been having deep-dive conversations about all that i care so deeply about, for such a long time, privately,” Morissette wrote on her website back on Oct. 11. “I am thrilled to now share them with you on my podcast.”

The “Ironic” singer says she’ll bring everyone from authors and doctors to artists and activists onto her self-help podcast, simply titled Conversation With Alanis Morissette. The monthly installments will cover “health and wellness, art, relationships, feminism, spirituality, psychology and education… and more.”

In the first episode, released Oct. 11, Morissette speaks with Katherine Woodward Thomas about dating, relationships, and her book Conscious Uncoupling.   

Morissette’s conversation with Woodward Thomas is available for free download on iTunes.