I went to a Catholic School, and underneath my school uniform, I wore a metal shirt.
You have to trust the people who work with you and hire, but also listen to as many smart people as you can.
News channels have always had interview shows, but we need different kinds of interviews with different kinds of interviewers - interviewers who bring different life experiences to the table.
I'm pretty rough around the edges, but I'm a very open person.
I am who I am: I have my life experiences and my professional experiences.
Look at the way I look. Guys like me aren't on TV too often. Not on news channels.
Sports and music are the same thing to me. When done wrong, they are really frustrating; when done right, they can change your day.
I really think a good host is just a connector. I'm more traffic cop than star. My job is to get people on and off the program, and hopefully keep the audience entertained.
Sports is a bunch of people gathering around, watching something that they're not actually connected to - they're just emotionally connected.
A lot of people take shots at news channels.
I don't do gossipy interviews because I don't think that helps; I think that's a distraction.
I don't ever have the opportunity to wear a suit.
I don't have a real plan when I do an interview. I have some themes that I want to hit. But I don't have a set list of questions that I knock off.
I have sort of a life in Los Angeles.
I only do what I love, when I love, how I love to fill up the time.
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