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Gals on the Go


Ever catch yourself wondering how can I ACTUALLY get my man to buy me flowers? Need to vent about feeling annoying being the Type-A friend? Want to have chats about wedding guest dress etiquette, Instagram story anxiety, and FOMO? OR…. Do you want to feel better about the fact that you overshared your life story to a stranger at the bar last night? more

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The gals are loving June this year and declaring it the best month in NYC. Brooke deals with a mysterious yellow substance under her sink and other joys of homeownership, while Danielle has the perfect Jersey Shore day, but a close call with the 10k ... more

5 days ago

The gals are back and there is sooo much to catch up on. Brooke is now a homeowner in Brooklyn and is moving in with Ben and Danielle nearly gets into a fight at a concert. Danielle gets a karaoke room injury and Brooke recaps her family trip to Ital... more

12 days ago

It’s time to get juicy with TKsjuicypolls this week! The gals welcome Taylor King (TK) to the pod and turn the tables by asking her some poll questions. LDR forever or single forever? Settling down in your hometown or far away? What’s more intimate, ... more

a month ago

We all know the gals are experts at justifying things for each other, and today they’re doing it for you! Gal pals call in about everything from not showering before bed, to moving to NYC with two young kids, to not going to every wedding you get inv... more

a month ago


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4.3 out of 5 stars from 18.8k ratings
  • It’s giving “NOTHING”

    I listened to this show on and off since 2019 (I was a freshman in college). Truly got into the show summer 2023 and binged until the start of 2024. And really realized how materialistic and shallow this show is, I got the ultimate ick. I loved Danielle’s college vlogs and Brooke’s in Covid times. But there’s no substance and everything they post is a highlight reel/showing their worst qualities. The constant ads and promotion for their live shows is obnoxious, WE GET IT. I even bought merch bac... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States5 days ago
  • Insufferable

    Insane amount of ads, these girls are severely out of touch, zionists, not to mention danielle’s past racism

    Apple Podcasts
    United States12 days ago
  • Racism evidence erased off the internet

    Why are people still supporting Danielle? I love how she deleted all of her racism apology videos off the internet so new subscribers won’t know she’s racist. That just shows her sorries never meant anything.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States19 days ago
  • One of my FAVES in my Podcast Rotation

    I’m genuinely confused by the negative reviews because I love love love the gals on the go podcast. I get that they live different lives but just because their job is content creation doesn’t mean they deserve all the hate they’re getting. I work a 9-5 and I have an hour commute to work so I love putting on their podcast while I drive and Brooke and Danielle as co-hosts is perfect because they piggy back off each others thoughts so well and I can genuinely tell they’re best friends. Love y’all

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa month ago
  • Out of touch

    I get they are influencers and it’s a “fun light podcast”but wow. So tone deaf. I feel sorry for any young woman their age who thinks they need to try and keep up with these girls.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago

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