What you need to know:
- Media personality Elizabeth Musyimi has carved a niche as an entertainment journalist
Of all the celebrity interviews I have conducted, M’bilia Bel remains my favourite. She took me back in time when I was a little girl and my family were huge fans of her music.
Not all celebrities are easy to have a sit down with. One Time there was this socialite who was shooting a reality show and she came with her crew to my interview then caused drama just to promote her show. It was embarrassing.
If I had a two-minute sit down with Beyonce, the three things I would ask her are; her beauty secrets, her music business and how is it like to have an iconic rapper Jay-Z as a husband. What kind of a person is he away from the public glare?
I have been lucky to have encountered so many famous celebrities at least locally, but one I would die to meet is Wizkid. He's just too talented, I'm a fan and yes, he's my celebrity crush.
My basic guidelines when preparing for an interview. First I will Google the subject, stalk them on social media for any added information just to make sure I know how they look prior to the interview. This gives me confidence to identify the subject if it's my first time meeting them.
If I weren’t doing what I do now for a career, I would have ended up acting.
My ideal type of party to attend is classy, chilled out and with a few revelers.
If I could change something about the way I was raised, would be to be raised by both parents.
The worst job I ever had was when I worked as a salesperson at a Nairobi photo studio. I was overworked that I quit days before receiving my first salary.
My greatest phobia is Amaxophobia which is the pathological fear of driving a car.
If I could afford it at this moment, I would buy myself a Mercedes Benz G Wagon.
Something that grosses me out are people with the habit of spitting in public.
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