She personally won the Billboard Award for "Best On-Air Radio Personality" in 1993. She's especially know for her heated on-the-air fights with celebrities. She was one of the few pioneer "shock jockettes" in history on several radio shows before she made the transition to television. She refers to herself as "The Queen of The Airwaves." When she herself was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame in, she had left radio for her own TV show. She fell into tears on the air and was talking live to R.H.O.F. founder Bruce DuMont. She is currently working on a biopic of her life: "Queen of All-Media." She personally won the Billboard Award for "Radio & Records." She personally won the Billboard Award for "Radio & Records" in 1993.