Former Trump spokesman Sean SpicerSean Michael SpicerWhite House correspondent April Ryan to moderate fundraising event for Buttigieg White House condemns violent video Trump calls for votes for Spicer on 'Dancing With The Stars' MORE says he’s helping to “bridge that divide” between Hollywood and the nation’s capital, taking a new job as a “special D.C. correspondent” for “Extra.”

In the first of a series of segments airing on the entertainment news TV show on Wednesday, the former White House press secretary interviews Secretary of State Mike PompeoMichael (Mike) Richard PompeoDiplomat who raised Ukraine concerns to testify in Trump impeachment probe Overnight Defense: Trump weighs leaving some troops in Syria to 'secure the oil' | US has pulled 2,000 troops from Afghanistan | Pelosi leads delegation to Afghanistan, Jordan Mulvaney faces uncertain future after public gaffes MORE about his taste in music and Oscars predictions.

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Future “D.C.-focused” chats airing Thursday and Friday will be with White House counselor Kellyanne ConwayKellyanne Elizabeth ConwayTrump embarks on Twitter spree amid impeachment inquiry, Syria outrage The Hill's Campaign Report: Biden camp faces new challenges Trump offers condolences on frequent foe Cummings: 'Very hard, if not impossible, to replace' MORE and her kids, and current press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and her husband.

“They're all casual,” Spicer says of the interviews. “The idea is just to literally, each one of them I go for a walk with them, talk about what do they like to do in their spare time.”

He expresses hope that it’ll turn into a bipartisan affair: “As politics merges into pop culture, it's to help bridge that divide.”

Pompeo dishes on his love for the band Queen in the inaugural segment with Spicer.

“He adores Queen, so I mean we saw ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ first weekend,” Pompeo’s wife, Susan, said of her husband when asked what tunes he listens to while traveling.

When Spicer inquired whether he has a favorite Oscars “Best Picture” contender, Pompeo replied, “Gosh, I love ‘Bohemian Rhapsody.' ”

The movie about the British rock band and its frontman, Freddie Mercury, is one of eight films nominated in the “Best Picture” category.

Spicer, 47, made headlines at a different Hollywood awards show in 2017, when he made a surprise cameo appearance at the Emmys at the end of host Stephen Colbert’s monologue.

Although he talks Academy Awards with Pompeo, Spicer tells ITK that he has no plans to attend the Oscars on Sunday, or cover it for “Extra.”

His aim with his interviews for the Hollywood-centric show, Spicer says, is to “get to know some of these important people on a more personal level.”

—Updated at 3:46 p.m.