Carlo Cannon Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy

Carlo Cannon is an Australian professional wrestler from Melbourne. He was the first graduate of the Lance Storm Wrestling Academy in Calgary, Canada and has assisted Lance Storm in training 4 of his classes. Carlo has had a hand in training students that have gone on to receive WWE and AAA contracts. He has held numerous titles around Australia and was chosen to be part of Canadian Wrestling Reality TV-Docudrama “World of Hurt.”

 

Daria Berenato (WWE) Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy

Chatting With Cathy, hosted by AfterBuzz TV’s Cathy Kelley is a long form interview series featuring influentials in the industry. In this episode Cathy talks to The Jersey Devil, MMA fighter Daria Berenato. Berenato, a 5-foot-7 mixed martial arts fighter was a contestant on the sixth season of WWE’s Tough Enough. A co-host of the “UFC Aftershow” for AfterBuzz TV, Berenato has been training in one form of fighting or another since age 16.
During the interview, Cathy and Daria discuss how the fighter learned her passion for MMA fighting, how she went about training and telling her parents that is what she wanted to pursue. Daria also shares how wrestling training has been going since being eliminated from Tough Enough.

 

Dennis Haskins (Saved by the Bell) Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy

Chatting With Cathy, hosted by AfterBuzz TV’s Cathy Kelley is a long form interview series featuring influentials in the industry. In this episode Cathy talks to actor Dennis Haskins.
Dennis Haskins is best known for his portrayal of the iconic Mr. Belding on “Saved by the Bell” for it’s entire 11 year run on NBC’s Saturday morning lineup. His 35+ year acting career continues with guest star roles on “Hot in Cleveland,” “New Girl,” “How I Met Your Mother” and “Mad Men.” He also acted alongside Seth MacFarlane and Charlize Theron in “A Million Ways to Die in the West.”

Thea Trinidad (Wrestler) Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy

Chatting With Cathy, hosted by AfterBuzz TV’s Cathy Kelley is a long form interview series featuring influentials in the industry. In this episode Cathy sits down with wrestler and actress Thea Trinidad.

 
She is best known for her work as Rosita in TNA and currently works for other indie promotions. Other successes include participating in feature films The Witches of OZ and later in Self Storage along side Tommy Dreamer, Eric Roberts, Michael Berryman and Jonathan Silverman. Thea has been featured in numerous magazines and News media such as Pro-Wrestling Illustrated, Superluchas, Luchas 2000, The Chicago Sun-Times, The Orlando Sentinel, USA Today and more. 


Thea is also listed #31 of 50 best single female wrestlers in PWI Magazine, placed #10 out of 38 participants in the WBFF Fitness Competition, has co-hosted Busted Open Radio on Sirius XM and interviewed by popular New York radio station Hot97.

Giselle Ugarte Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy

Chatting With Cathy, hosted by AfterBuzz TV’s Cathy Kelley is a long form interview series featuring influentials in the industry. In this episode Cathy sits down with Giselle Ugarte.

As seen on AfterBuzzTV, Cosmo for Latinas, EOnline.com, etOnline.com, PopStopTV, Rachael Ray Show, LATV, The Today Show Australia, ULookHaute and more! Giselle is originally from a suburb of Minneapolis. A life on the stage, as a dancer and a pageant queen, made her post- high school move to Los Angeles inevitable.

She attended the University of Southern California’s prestigious Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism, where she was actively involved in the college’s television network. She spent one year on the USC Song Girls Squad (named “Best Cheerleaders in America” by Sports Illustrated), even touring in Brazil and performing at the victorious Rose Bowl. The following season, Giselle  made her national television debut as a football correspondent for ESPNU’s College Road Trip and ESPNU Campus Connection, and she went on to complete hands-on entertainment news internships at renowned online, television and radio networks in following semesters (E! Entertainment, EntertainmentTonight, and the Tone E. Fly Morning Show, to name a few).

Lo VonRumpf Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy

Chatting With Cathy, hosted by AfterBuzz TV’s Cathy Kelley is a long form interview series featuring influentials in the industry. In this episode Cathy sits down with celebrity stylist, Lo VonRumpf. Lo has dressed countless successful actors and actresses, musicians and also styled for such houses as Burberry, Chloe and Emilio Pucci.

With an eye for style and couture, Lo VonRumpf has become a style force in the professional, entertainment, and fashion industry. He has styled for such houses as Burberry, Chloe and Emilio Pucci.

His diverse client base ranges from professionals, recording artists, PR firms, to A- list actors and entertainment agencies. Lo refined his eye for esthetics by working both, in front and behind the camera, expressing his creative vision through beauty and fashion editorial shoots, red carpet events and video shoots.

As a beauty seeker and trend maven, Lo launched his personal styling and consulting company, LVR Style. Based in Los Angeles, California, this affords him the opportunity to consult, style, write and lend his expertise as a “celebrity stylist” as a correspondent on the red carpet.

 

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Chelsea Briche Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy

Chatting With Cathy, hosted by AfterBuzz TV’s Cathy Kelley is a long form interview series featuring influentials in the industry. In this episode, Cathy sits down with fashion blogger Chelsea Briche. Chelsea can be found on her blog “MillennialMiss”.

“As I blew out my candles on my 25th birthday I secretly wished the universe would grant me a “life handbook ” wrapped in a pretty pink bow. Maybe it’s just me but I feel like someone, somewhere, should have told me to buckle up for ultimate roller coaster ride we call “our twenties.”  The balancing act of being Suzy homemaker all while kicking ass and taking names could be considered a full time job. Whipping up a delicious meal, mastering Pinterest crafts, and shrinking your jean size all while smiling in the perfect outfit only looks effortlessly beautiful in the movies but this my friends is real life and it doesn’t come with a golden handbook. 

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Sam Roberts (Sirius XM) Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy

Chatting With Cathy, hosted by AfterBuzz TV’s Cathy Kelley is a long form interview series featuring influentials in the industry. In this episode, Cathy sits down with Radio Personality Sam Roberts. Sam can be heard daily on one of SiriusXM’s most listened to channels, OpieRadio.  He takes over every day at noon with “Sam Roberts’ Show.”  His podcast, “Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast” is consistently ranked in iTunes top 10 sports podcasts, and his YouTube channel reaches thousands every week.  He’s been featured on The WWE NetworkFuse TV, Michelle Beadle’s “The Crossover,” and more.  Sam’s interviewed everyone from Garth Brooks, to Ricky Gervais, to Kevin Hart, to William H Macy…to Snooki… He’s gone the viral video route as well, with one of his YouTube creations clocking in at over 5.8 million hits.

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Alyson Stoner (Suite Life of Zack and Cody) Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy

Chatting With Cathy, hosted by AfterBuzz TV’s Cathy Kelley is a long form interview series featuring influentials in the industry. In this episode, Cathy sits down with actress, singer, dancer and choreographer Alyson Stoner. Stoner discusses her upcoming projects, passion for writing and creating original music and how she got her start in the industry.

 

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Francia Raisa Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy

Chatting With Cathy, hosted by AfterBuzz TV’s Cathy Kelley is a long form interview series featuring influentials in the industry. In this episode Cathy sits down with actress Francia Raisa. Raisa is most notable for her roles in Bring It On: All or Nothing, where she plays Latina cheerleader named Leti and in The Secret Life of the American Teenager as Adrian Lee.

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Max Schneider (Musician) Back for a Third | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy

AFTERBUZZ TV – AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy edition, is a long form interview series featuring young personalities discussing their roles and careers as well as their thoughts, passions and journeys. In this episode host Cathy Kelley interviews Max Schneider.

Actor/Singer Max Schneider began performing at the age of three and hasn’t stopped since. He started off singing and dancing for family and friends on his living room table, but ended up singing and dancing on a Broadway stage.

He began his professional career in the Broadway musical, 13, and things just set off from there. Shortly after 13 closed, Max booked a guest starring role on “Law and Order SVU.” He has also appeared on television shows such as “One Life to Live” and “The View.” In January 2010, Max was lucky enough to be chosen out of 6,000 applicants to attend the YoungArts Program in Miami. He was one of twenty theater finalists, and he specialized in musical theater at the program. He studied with incredibly talented performers such as Liv Ullman, Malcolm Gets and Kevin Carroll. In early May 2010, Max walked into a casting for the Fall/Winter 2010 ad campaign for Dolce & Gabbana featuring Madonna. A week later he was posing arm in arm with Madonna for world-renowned photographer, Steven Klein. The ad campaign was released in August of 2010 in 44 countries. In late 2010 after attending NYU Tisch for Musical theater (New Studio on Broadway), Max booked his first role in a feature film, The Art Of Love (The Last Keepers) starring Olympia Dukakis, Virginia Madsen and Aidan Quinn. Max is best known for his role on Nickelodeon’s “How to Rock (2012),” playing the popular character of “Zander Robbins.” The show can currently be seen in reruns on the channel. Max co-starred with Keke Palmer in the TV musical movie for Nickelodeon, RAGS, which premiered on May 28, 2012. The movie was directed by Bille Woodruff, with choreography by Rosero McCoy and music my Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins. It also stars Drake Bell, Avan Jogia and Isaiah Mustafa. The soundtrack and DVD are currently available on iTunes and Amazon. An avid singer and songwriter, Max has written for several other projects and artists. His song, “Last One Standing,” co-written with Matt Wong and Claire Demorest, is featured in two episodes of “How to Rock” and his song, “Show You How to Do,” co-written with Ben Charles, was featured on the Disney show “Shake It Up.” He also wrote the song “Standing in China” which was featured on Cody Simpson’s album Paradise in 2012! During the summer of 2012, Max was invited to open for Victoria Justice on her “Making it in America” national tour. In addition to putting together a new band and opening for her in over 17 major cities to sold-out crowds, Max teamed up with Victoria once again to create their viral YouTube hit, “Bruno Mars Medley” (directed by Kurt Schneider). The Tour received rave reviews and Max and his band extended the tour by “headlining”-and selling out-Webster Hall (NYC) and House of Blues (Chicago). During the tour, Max debuted two of his original songs: “Everyday” (co-written by Jon Feldmann) and “Quicksand” (co-written by Matt Wong). In late 2012, Max guest starred on the CW’s “Beauty and the Beast.” Most recently during spring of 2013, Max released the single, “Nothing Without Love,” the video has garnered almost over 2 million views on YouTube. He also collaborated in a duet with actress/singer Keke Palmer for Jason Derulo, entitled “The Other Side,” which has almost 5 million views on YouTube.

He is one of the stars of 2014 drama series for NBC entitled, “Crisis.” The show centers on an idealistic Secret Service agent who finds himself at the center of an international crisis on his first day on the job. On his search for the truth, he will have to cross moral and legal lines as he navigates the highest levels of power and corruption. The show stars Dermot Mulroney, Gillian Anderson and Lance Gross. On the music side, MAX (as he goes by for music) performed the song “Mug Shot,” which he also wrote, on the soundtrack for the Veronica Mars movie.

In addition to “Crisis,” Max can also be seen in a supporting role in the indie feature Love & Mercy about the life of reclusive musician Brian Wilson from the ’60s surfing band, The Beach Boys, from his successes with highly-influential orchestral pop albums to his nervous breakdown and subsequent encounter with controversial therapist Dr. Eugene Landy. Max played the role of Singer, Songwriter and Producer Van Dyke Parks, best known for his lyrical contributions to The Beach Boys’ Smile project. The movie starred Paul Dano, Elizabeth Banks, Paul Giamatti and John Cusack.

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Sadie Calvano (Mom/Melissa & Joey) Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy

In this episode of Chatting with Cathy, Sadie Calvano stops by to talk with host Cathy Kelley.

Sadie began performing in musical theatre when she was seven. Favorite past roles include Alice in “Alice In Wonderland” (2008) at the El Portal, Belle in “Beauty And The Beast” (2008) at The Barnsdall Theatre, Sharpay in “High School Musical” (2009) and Tallulah in “Bugsy Malone” (2011) both at the Madrid Theatre and Christina in Crown City Theatre’s four week run of “A Chicago Christmas Carol” (2010). Her professional career began with a guest star appearance on Chris Elliot’s Eagleheart in the summer of 2010, followed by a co-star role on NCIS as William Devane’s kidnapped granddaughter for which she received a YAA best actress nomination. Sadie made her big screen debut as Leonardo DiCaprio’s niece in the Clint Eastwood bio-epic “J. Edgar.” Other credits include a couple of pilots, guest star appearances on “Kickin’ It” and “Crash & Bernstein” and a recurring role on “Melissa & Joey.” Sadie still spends her summers at Stagedoor Manor, the acclaimed New York theatre intensive whose alumni include Jon Cryer, Natalie Portman, and Shawn Levy. Sadie is also the National Spokesperson for Bags4Kids, an organization that provides comfort items and support for distressed foster children. Sadie is dedicated to developing her craft and also to her academic education. Sadie also studies ballet, jazz, voice, and was formerly a competitive gymnast, taking home the gold medal in floor in July 2009 at the 2010 California State Games in San Diego. Sadie is most well known for her role as Violet,Anna Faris’ teenage daughter in the new Chuck Lorre comedy, “Mom” (2013)on CBS. Sadie lives Los Angeles, California with her mother, father, Piper, her cat and her adorable dog, Benji. Calvano is represented by Paradigm and Silver Linings Entertainment.

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Josh Thomas (Comedian) Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy

In this episode of Chatting with Cathy, Josh Thomas stops by to talk with host Cathy Kelley. Josh is a comedian (hopefully.) He is surprisingly popular, if you take into account his face and personality. Josh was a regular favourite on Network Ten’s Good News Week, made a clumsy but OK appearance on ABC’s QandA, hosted the prestigious Melbourne Comedy Festival Gala and was the Generation Y Team Captain on Network Ten’s Talkin’ ‘bout Your Generation.

In 2013 the show he wrote and starred in, Please Like Me, premiered on ABC2 and launched brand new cable network Pivot.tv in the USA.

The show was received with critical acclaim listed in the “Best TV Shows of 2013” by Entertainment Weekly, The New Yorker and Time Magazine to name a few.

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Italia Ricci (Chasing Life) Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy

In this episode of Chatting with Cathy, Italia Ricci stops by to talk about how he landed her role on ABC Family’s Chasing Life, why the series isn’t just about a girl with cancer and what made her get into acting. Ricci also dishes about a recent shark diving experience with her boyfriend, Robbie Amell, and how she won a car on a gameshow.

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Evan Crooks (Awkward.) Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy

In this episode of Chatting with Cathy, Evan Crooks stops by to talk about how he landed his role on CW’s The Carrie Diaries, Theo’s shenanigans on MTV’s Awkward. and what made him want to become an actor. Crooks also recalls funny stories from the Awkward set and shares what he likes doing in his free time.

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Adam Anders (Swedish Music Producer) Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy

In this episode of Chatting with Cathy, Adam Anders stops by to talk with Cathy about his upcoming web series, Star Truk as well as his time working on Glee.

Adam’s bio: Adam Anders is a music producer who has sold more than 60 million albums and developed songs for motion pictures and television programs.

In 2013, Adam was named #15 in Hollywood Reporter’s Top 35 Hitmakers. Anders’ work has earned him three Grammy Award nominations, a People’s Choice Award and two Golden Globe Awards. As the Executive Music Producer for Glee, Anders’ musical productions have helped put Glee on the iTunes Top Songs chart, including original songs that he wrote, such as “Loser Like Me” (landing at number one) and “Get It Right” (at number two).

Glee had at one time seven of the top ten tracks on the iTunes Top Song chart including the above two original songs at one and two respectively, the cast’s versions of Pink’s “Raise Your Glass” at number three, The Beatles’ “Blackbird” at number five, Maroon 5’s “Misery” at number six, and another original song, “Hell to the No”, at number eight. In May 2011, Glee had one of its biggest sales weeks to date with 986,000 downloads of tracks produced by Anders.

Anders has a track record of writing and producing music for both established artists and up-and-comers including the Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, Backstreet Boys, Clay Aiken and many others. His music can also be heard on many major motion pictures and television shows including Disney’s High School Musical 3, Hannah Montana, Evan Almighty and The Wedding Planner, as well as the 2012 film Rock of Ages.

Adam Anders recently launched his own record label, based in Los Angeles, initially called Anders Music but later changed to Deep Well Records. The first artist signed to the label was singer/songwriter/actor Shane Harper, whose self-titled debut album was released on February 14, 2012. His first single (produced by Anders) was entitled “One Step Closer”. Anders also plans to release music by artist Zac Poor and Texas singer/songwriter Ben Burgess.

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Jacqueline Toboni (Grimm) Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy

In this episode of Chatting with Cathy, Jacqueline Toboni stops by to talk about how she landed her role on NBC’s Grimm after a chance encounter with the producers of the series. Toboni also explains how she got her start in acting after being cut from her high school’s basketball team and recalls her most embarrassing moment on stage.

Jacqueline’s bio: Jacqueline Toboni is an American actress discovered at the University of Michigan in February 2014 by Jim Kouf, who came to speak to her screenwriting class. After doing a table read with some of the students, a few of the performers really stood out. Kouf told them he had a major Grimm role coming up for a young female character named “Trubel” and that if anybody wanted to read for the part to see what a audition process was like, they were welcome to try. Jacqueline had studied drama at the Young Conservatory at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, but had no professional movie or TV experience. Her taped reading stunned Kouf.

The producers then had to convince NBC executives and the show’s production company Hazy Mills. Jacqueline flew to Los Angeles to read for the part again, and then to test with David Giuntoli in Portland.

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Max Schneider Returns Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy

In this episode of Chatting with Cathy, Max Schneider stops by to talk about his role in NBC’s Crisis and what fans can expect the rest of the season. Max also discusses his EP ‘Say Max,’ working with Pharrell on new music and dishes about the most romantic thing he’s ever done for his girlfriend.

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Dominic Adams Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy

In this episode of Chatting with Cathy, actor Dominic Adams stops by to talk about his role on season 2 of Lifetime’s Devious Maids. He also shares how he got involved in acting, what it was like growing up in Bristol and what he wants to accomplish in his career.

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Malea (Musician) Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy

In this episode of Chatting with Cathy, singer/songwriter Malea comes in to talk about how she got her start in music, her time performing on Broadway in The King and I, moving to Los Angeles and now, having a daughter.

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Cassie Scerbo (Sharknado 1 & 3) Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy

In this episode of Chatting with Cathy, Cassie Scerbo talks about growing up in Michigan, how she landed her role in Bring It On: Make It Or Break It, her guest role on ABC Family’s Baby Daddy and more.

Cassie’s bio: Scerbo was born in Long Island, New York. She is of Italian ancestry. Scerbo was also raised in Michigan where she cheered for her junior high school squad in Shelby Township. In 2006, Scerbo successfully auditioned for the Music Girl Group Slumber Party Girls. Scerbo was chosen as one of the five members out of over 1,000 fellow applicants. In September 2006 the group hosted the Children’s Music television series Dance Revolution which promoted nutrition and fitness to children. Slumber Party Girls original songs was dominantly featured through the series run. The groups debut album Dance Revolution was released but failed to chart. The series was not renewed for a second season. In the midst of 2007 as the group began working on their sophomore record the group was confirmed to have split. That same year Scerbo signed a solo-recording contract with Geffen Records. Her three original songs Betcha Don’t Know, Sugar and Spice and Top Of The World were all released to iTunes in 2008.

In 2007, Universal Pictures green-lit a planned fourth installment of the Bring It On trilogy with Cassie confirmed to star. Cassie portrayed the role of Brooke the team captain of the East Coast Jets Cheerleading squad who have won three-years in a row at Camp Spirit-Thunder. It was released Straight-to-DVD in December 2007 to generally negative reviews from critics. That same year Scerbo appeared in the Disney Channel television pilot Arwin!. The pilot was filmed in late 2006 but was not picked up by Disney Channel.

In September 2008, Scerbo appeared alongside Missi Pyle and Emily Osment in the Straight-to-DVD Comedy film Soccer Mom. In June 2009 Scerbo appeared in the ABC Family Teen Drama television series Make It or Break It which premiered to 2.5 million viewers and mixed reviews from critics. Scerbo portrays the role of a skilled gymnast named Lauren Tanner who aspires to make it to the Olympic Games. Due to the series success ABC Family ordered an additional 10-episodes bringing the first season episode count to 20-episodes. In January 2012 ABC Family renewed the series for a third and final season. The series finale “United Stakes” aired in May 2012. Scerbo has appeared in 47-episodes of the series. In April 2010 Scerbo appeared with her Make It or Break It Cast Mate Chelsea Hobbs in an episode of CSI: Miami.

In June 2011, Scerbo was confirmed to star as the antagonist in the ABC Family Original Film Teen Spirit. Scerbo portrays the role of the Queen Bee of high school who is electrified to death and is not allowed to enter Heaven unless she helps the schools most unpopular girl become Prom Queen. Filming took place in Wilmington, North Carolina.[18] The film premiered in August 2011 on ABC Family. It was announced that Cassie is the godmother to Tiffany Thornton’s son. In 2013, Scerbo appeared in the Syfy original movie Sharknado as bartender Nova.

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Arielle Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy

In this episode of Chatting with Cathy, Arielle discusses her new self-titled EP, how she met her idol Brian May (Queen) and he became her mentor, moving to London for 10 months and her involvement in The Dolphin Project.

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Luke Benward (How to Eat Fried Worms) Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting With Cathy

In this episode of Chatting with Cathy, Luke Benward recounts fellow Disney star, Miley Cyrus taping her Hannah Montana audition in his family’s Franklin, TN home. The Cloud 9 star talks about what keeps him grounded and reveals the actor he looks up most to in Hollywood is Leonardo DiCaprio. Benward also teases a major cliffhanger on the season finale of ABC Family’s Ravenswood.

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Paige Nichols Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting with Cathy

In this episode of Chatting with Cathy, singer/songwriter Paige Nichols talks about how she got her start playing the keyboard at age 9 and later transitioned into singing and writing her own music. Nichols also talks about which musicians have influenced her, how she draws a lot of inspiration from love and dating for her songs, and she gives a special performance of her song “Burn.”

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Brande Roderick Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting with Cathy

In this episode of Chatting with Cathy, Brande Roderick makes a guest appearance to talk about her new partnership with Alkaline88. Brande also talks about her advice book, ‘Bounce, Don’t Break,’ as well as her time spent on Celebrity Apprentice All-Stars and her acting roles in Starsky and Hutch and Baywatch.

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Katherine McNamara Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Chatting with Cathy

In this episode of Chatting with Cathy, Katherine McNamara makes a guest appearance to promote her new movie Contest. Katherine discusses how she was able to get her high school diploma at 14, Bachelor’s degree at 17 and is currently working on her masters degree. The actress also talks about how she got her start in musical theater and her roles in “Girl vs Monster,” “Kickin It,” and MTV’s upcoming show “Happyland.”

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