Heather Monahan tells a story about sixteen-year-old Taylor Swift on her podcast Creating Confidence with Heather Monahan. Her guest on this episode is Nikki Glaser and they’re talking about Nikki being in Miss Americana and how everything unfolded.
A lot of my act centers on themes that really resonated for me, which kind of came through the song “The Man” by Taylor Swift, which is the song we dance to at the end. I built the dance knowing that I was going to close with that song - knowing that it kind of already echoes the same things audiences just heard me talk about for an hour. Also, I’m just trying to get Taylor Swifts attention in any way I can.
Nikki Glaser on closing her show with a dance number to Taylor Swift’s “The Man” (Houstonia, March 6th 2020)
I’ve been fortunate enough to see many comedians perform live. Sometimes in stadiums, sometimes in theaters and sometimes in clubs. Stand-up comedy is an art form that works much better in person than on Netflix. The energy is different, the comedian is usually more comfortable when they’re not being filmed, and there’s an interactive feeling when you’re 15 feet away from the performer. Some comics are remarkable live performers. If you’re planning on going to a show this year, here are the comedians you have to see.
So… revelations in the new Danswers. Dan went on a date with former pornstar Lexi Love, and his college friend who helped find someone for him to lose his virginity to happens to be female comic Nikki Glaser, frequent guest on @midnight. And apparently she’ll be on the next episode of Danswers.
Dan is literally Forrest Gump. Next month we’ll learn Willie Nelson is his uncle or some shit.