Fox 45 News Morning Show
This morning I got up at ridiculous-o’clock to get to Fox 45 studios in Baltimore to promote ‘gifts for moms’ with the upcoming ‘holiday season’ in my ‘lifestyle expert’ guise.
This is what it looked like!
My buddy in NYC says he admires my ‘ongoing mission to get on TV as much as possible’ whilst in the USA. Well, why not, hey?! 😉 I’m only here for nine more months!
This is the clip of the segment. Enjoy!
And don’t forget, you can still enter to win the Downton Abbey perfume that I talk a lot about on the show (I smell LOVELY by the way!).
Holy moly this is trite……….
Thanks Tom. I approve all comments on this blog, even if they are from knob-ends, like you.
Happy Monday, doing whatever trite thing you’re doing. 🙂
Fox is known as the politically far right channel. It’s not mainstream American, in my view. It’s similar to how you have to be careful about what newspaper you pick in Britain.
It sure is. I’m not there for the politics though in any way shape or form. I’m just having fun getting some time on TV and not doing the school run.
Fox is not known as from the politically right. Fox News Channel is. They are two different things. Regular Fox channels are local channels.
I love those leopard skin bags. Gimmee one if you have any freebies. Great job!
Oh yeah, they rock! (One coming your way, Em!)
I’ve just looked at it again, and yes it really still is trite.Still anything to get on TV eh….
Ah, Tom. In my view, between you and me, some of the other expat wives lead trite lives, just doing the school run, going to coffee mornings and talking about where they shop for groceries and when they intend to steam clean their sofas, so I decided to do something different with my expat life and have me some fun, including getting on TV. If you read the rest if the blog you’ll see I got on the telly in four different TV shows, including House of Cards and Veep. I also write this v popular blog and attend political and community events, volunteer at the food bank, trained as a fitness instructor and nutritionist, and have written a children’s book, to make an expat life that is different and rewarding in the USA. My commentary in all this is that things are possible in the USA if you put your mind to it and that everyone loves hearing and accommodating an English accent, so the TV stuff is a bit of an experiment too: how will my Britishness be perceived on TV? It’s also really fun to get on the TV. More fun on the odd Monday than doing the Groundhog Day school run.
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