Jul 6th 2016 by Keltie_Knight • 23 Questions • 36 Points
Hi everyone! I’m Keltie Knight.
I'm an entertainment journalist who travels around the world interviewing the biggest celebrities like Oprah, Julia Roberts, George Clooney, Jennifer Lawrence and more for The Insider. I hang out on the biggest red carpets like The Oscars, Grammys, Emmy's and at The Met Gala. I know stuff:)
I also co-host The LadyGang Podcast every Tuesday with Becca Tobin and Jac Vanek where we discuss love, sex and womanhood.
EDIT: Thanks for playing along! BYE!
Ask me anything you want about life, celebs, dreams, or whatever else, and I promise to answer honestly!
Jac and I dated the same guy in the 2000's emo era. We were sort of pitted against eachother and then eventually met and I remember being like "wait....i like you." Becca and I have mutual friends from NYC.
Hey keltie. First of all you're very beautiful and I love you. Second of all, have you ever met/interviewed Halsey? I don't know if you know this but she was a die hard panic! at the disco fan back in the day so...I think she might know you haha
do you think she read my blog!?
What has been a harder job for you-being a dancer or being on tv/red carpet/interview celebs? Xo
dancing was hard because you could be VERY good at what you were doing (ie. dancing for Beyonce) and still getting paid very little. However, you auditioned and knew where you stood with everyone. TV is hard for a different reason, you never see your competition audition so you don't really know what you are doing wrong or right.
Hi Keltie! Absolutely love hearing you on the LadyGang every week. If you had to choose, and it could be anything you wanted, what would be your Hollywood dream job?
I would LOVE to host a travel show, because I love low budget adventures. I would LOVE to be on a panel talk show too.
How often do you get asked about Rockettes, Rockstars and Rockbottom? Follow up: do you feel removed from that part of your life?
This is gonna sound crazy but when I covered fashion week, I would see some of the models backstage, they are like 10 feet tall with really strange faces in person, and then in magazines they were the most interesting and beautiful looking humans- so it's all in the eye. What makes someone attractive or unattractive has a lot to do with confidence.