The Page Six TV host cuts to the chase in signature style — work hard, look forward, be kind and don’t underestimate the power of six-inch heels.
WHAT IS YOUR MOTTO?
It gets greater later.
WHAT WAS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING YOU LEARNED IN HIGH SCHOOL?
How to be a leader, be kind and generous to those who have less. Inspiration beats intimidation.
WHAT IS YOUR GREATEST PET PEEVE?
People who are unwilling to do the work to get what they want.
WHAT DO YOU WEAR THAT MAKES YOU FEEL STRONG?
A colorful six inch heel with a flirty skirt, turns me into a superhero.
WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE SOMEONE WITH A BROKEN HEART?
This too shall pass.
WHAT IS ON YOUR NIGHTSTAND?
Shea butter, my journal and my phone.
WHAT IS YOUR BAD DAY BACKUP PLAN?
A cocktail with my closest friends.
HOW DO YOU DEFINE SUCCESS?
Having the freedom to do what you love and being well compensated for it.
BEST ADVICE YOU HAVE EVER RECEIVED?
Be your most authentic self, that’s the gold mine. Pharrell told me that.
WHAT DID YOUR 8 YEAR-OLD SELF LOVE DOING?
Hula hooping, skipping, reading, dancing.
WHAT 3 THINGS WOULD YOU GRAB IN A FIRE?
My phone, my birth certificate and photos of my family.
Blessed — it’s over used now, especially on social media. However, I know that I’ve been blessed time and again, in circumstances little to large. Many people might call that luck, but I know it’s a blessing from a higher power.
FAVORITE WORK OF ART?
Jacob Lawrence’s The Migration Series. My parents were a part of the Great Migration, they left Jim Crow South to make a better life for themselves and their families. I’m proud to say that they succeeded, they provided a wonderful life for me and my siblings.
The Four Agreements — it steadies me, reminds me of just how powerful we can all be if we learn how to harness our gifts.
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*Photo credit: Jason Shaltz