Howard Stern Photographs Beth O Saving Animals for Social Life Magazine

Social Life Magazine is the “premier luxury publication for the Hamptons” and is celebrating 15 years of print. The August 2018 issue features Howard Stern’s wife Beth O.

Beth O is on the cover of August’s Social Life magazine, which also features a pictorial shot by The King Of All Media, Howard Stern. While Howard has frequently photographed Beth in bikini shots, they decided to focus instead on her animal activism in the magazine.

“She said about two weeks ago she opened her front door, there were two little kittens,” according to a source. A week later, Beth found what she thinks to be the dead body of the cats’ mother near their Hamptons home.

“I must be getting a reputation as a cat whisperer because the mother brought them to be taken care of,” Beth told staffers on set.

The addition of those cats, whom she named Ocean and Sunflower, the Sterns have 14 kitties in their beach house’s “foster room.” That count also includes a feline she found in a dumpster outside a high-end sports car dealership with its umbilical cord still attached.

“She said she started crying when she found him,” said the source.

It isn’t just cats that Beth rescues. The 46-year-old model, who celebrates her 10th anniversary with her 64-year-old husband in October, has a family of five deer in her backyard that she brings a bucket of water to every day.

Beth also commented on Howard’s new book which could be released on September 25, 2018, according to a librarian working at Simon & Schuster.

“I told him he can write any story about me he wants,” Beth told that set source.

Baba Booey Q&A for Billboard Magazine

How have you changed the way you go about booking guests?

gary dell'abate baba booey 2014We needed to remind people who we are, how great Howard is at interviewing and the people we reach. We let that slide for a bit. One of the things in my pitch letter is that SiriusXM has 25 million subscribers. Conservatively, we have a third of that, more than “Today” and “Good Morning America” combined. Oh, by the way, we’ll give you an hour to tell your story uninterrupted, instead of four minutes on one of those shows. And, we’ll rerun it 10 times before the week is out. So this show has more to give than any other show out there.

Have managers responded?

Once Howard starts doing these amazing interviews, they speak for themselves. It’s a domino effect. Michael J. Fox, Paul McCartney, Lady Gaga—when you can list names like that, people get impressed. Last year I went to the Grammy Awards and that was the beginning of everything. I started handing my card out. I’m making a real effort to go to more events. I went to the Songwriters Hall of Fame. I hosted the Billboard Touring Awards, where I was booking for Howard’s birthday show. I hope to go to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year. I want to just meet people.

Is the birthday bash shaping up as a highlight of your career?

It is, hands down, the biggest and most important show I’ve ever been a part of. The last song of the night will, for sure, be iconic, but I promise you that every song before will also be iconic or has been a big hit recently. This is people playing the biggest songs for Howard.

How did the birthday show idea first come about?

It started with a couple guys on our writing team having an idea of doing a roast. Then, we thought we’d make it like a “Kennedy Center Honors Howard” birthday show. So, we liked that idea.

I went out to see Jimmy Kimmel, and he said yes. Once we got Kimmel on-board, it gave validation to the whole concept. The first comic who said yes to it was Louis CK and, then, David Letterman. Then, I was calling publicists saying it’s a real deal, so that made it all easier. But, it all started with Jimmy.

Going back to your start in the business, what is it that drew you to radio?

Casey Kasem meant so much to me as a kid growing up. I thought, well, if I ever can get a job on the radio where I get to talk about music, I can just die and go to heaven. I think that’s why booking musical acts for me gives me the most satisfaction on a personal level. I love getting to meet artists that I listened to growing up. I like doing that the most.

From your Casey Kasem mention, it sounds like you’re a real charts fan?

Crazy charts fan. That’s why I say in my book, “They Call Me Baba Booey,” Howard would talk about someone and say they aren’t big. And I’d say, “No, they have seven top 10 hits!” And he’d say, “Who are you, Casey Kasem?” He thought he was putting me down, but I wanted to be Casey Kasem! I was the geeky kid who had all the liner notes.

Even as a little kid, my dad worked in the ice cream business, so we only ever got to take vacations in the winter. We would drive up to the Poconos between Christmas and New Year’s, and my brother would get his composition notebook out, WABC would play the top 100 songs of the year and we would write them down. We were really into it.

So, I’ve always been very chart-oriented. I look at the charts all the time. I keep in my office, as a reference point, [Joel Whitburn’s] “Billboard Book of Top 40 Hits,” so when we have an opportunity to have an artist on, it’s a pretty good start. I’ll go to this book and photocopy the page.

Beth on the cover of Hamptons Magazine

Howard Stern snapped a series of nude photos of his gorgeous wife, Beth Ostrosky Stern, while she was dressing for Friday’s Hamptons magazine party. Beth told us by phone from Southampton’s Bathing Club at Capri that it was the first time her shock-jock husband had snapped nude photos of her.

“It was really beautiful,” she said. “I trust that he won’t be showing them.” Stern tweeted semi-nude photos of the former bikini model in the bathtub in April. Beth, in a bathing suit, is featured on the cover of Hamptons in a spread photographed by Stern.