Q & A
Q: Prior to this show, had you ever crashed an event? Tell all!
A: "Some girlfriends and I made it into what was considered a hip LA bar, the fact that I use the word ďhipĒ just reinforces that Iím not, and immediately spotted a famous socialite actress known for her relentless partying. We wanted to see first hand what all the hype was about, and more importantly grace the pages of US weekly. We sweet -talked our way past her entourage and miraculously made it into her VIP booth. Before we could even finish mixing our Red Bull Vodkas or smile for the paparazzi, we were escorted out by her bodyguard for, in her exact words, ďBeing Bad EnergyĒ."
Q: What are you most looking forward to about Real-Life Wedding Crashers?
A: "There can be a lot of stress and tension that comes with a wedding, Iím hoping we will remind people that itís a time to celebrate love and have FUN, sometimes that includes a little person dressed as cupid. "
Q: Do you pride yourself on making others
uncomfortable? How does one develop such skills?
A: "Of course. Some people believe itís something youíre born with; others think it can be taught. I personally believe itís a little of both. Iíve spent many years studying and working with the best of the best, perfecting my innate ability to make people feel uneasy. Mom and Dad are very proud."