Gossip Girls celebrity interviews focus on exposing new and familiar faces in Hollywood with our readers. One of the main reasons that current and up and coming celebrities choose to work with Gossip Girls is the instant exposure generated by over five million readers and the circulation on YouTube, MySpace, Google Video, and more.
Gossip Girls’ in depth interviews with Japan’s Pop Princess Utada Hikaru, , and “Twilight’s” soundtrack artist Bobby Long has generated a flood of new requests from agents looking to get their clients on the Gossip Girls “hot list.” Other celebrity interviews include Pop Singer/Songwriter Leah Renee, Director of “Side Effect” Liz Adams.
The Lauren Hildebrant Interview introduces her debut album, “I’m Not Really a Waitress,” and allows Lauren to tell the inside story about making her CD and introducing her new single.
“A smooth conversation with no hiccups,” is how Gossip Girls’ Sally Dandar described her most recent interview with music newcomer, Lauren Hildebrant. Lauren revealed her proudest resume highlight was the opportunity to work with her personal idol, Fergie, as a backup dancer in a music video. Lauren further showed that she is planning to focus on her musical career, while ignoring pressure to cross over into the acting world.
Next stop on the Gossip Girls trail is the Paris Hilton Shoes Fashion Show in downtown Hollywood at the trendy Code Restaurant and Lounge. The Gossip Girls’ video from the event features video footage from the runway fashion show and on the scene interviews conducted by the even MC, Same Hourigan. Stay tuned for next week’s release, which we hope will include a short Q & A with Paris herself.