The stars fill their biggest stanzas in Wonder’s new game show podcast series, “Celebs vs. Superfans,” hosted by stand-up comedian Taylor Tomlinson যেখানে where participants compete to see who knows more weird trivia about the celebrities appearing in each episode.
Amazon-owned podcast studio Wandari premiered “Celeb vs. Superfan” across all podcast platforms on Wednesday (September 15th), including ad-free versions of Wandari Plus and Apple Podcast subscriptions.
In the weekly podcast, Tomlinson will introduce an influential person, musician, actor or personality to someone who always wants to meet them. Current confirmed guests for the show include Lauren Gray, Bobby Burke, Heidi and Mark de Amelio (parents of tickling stars Charlie and Dixie), Ben Higgins and Bob the Drag Queen – along with their respective superfans. Guests compete to answer vague questions, revealing just how obsessed some fans can be.
How many times does Superfan win? “A lot every time,” Tomlinson said. “We make the questions pretty hard.” Celebrities bring a limited edition accessory as a reward for their fans.
Wandari has so far recorded eight episodes of the open-end running series, each about 35 minutes long.
Surprise contacted Tomlison about hosting “Celeb”. Studio executives vs. Superfan after watching his stand-up. ” “I thought it was a great idea,” he said. “It’s mostly fun to introduce someone to their superfan.”
List of her wishes as a celebrity guest on Tomlison’s show: Emma Thompson or “someone who never podcasts,” she said. “I want to be one where I’m a superfan.” He had previously participated regularly in “self-help” podcasts with colleagues Delaney Fisher and Kelsey Cook but his schedule was too busy so now he appeared “every time”.
Currently, Tomlinson is on the road for his “Deal with It Tour” (ttomcomedy.com). He started BJ as a high-school junior in the Sacramento area before moving to Riverside, California.
Tomlinson’s critically acclaimed “Quarter-Life Crisis” is his first hour-long special, which premiered on Netflix in March 2020. Season 9 of Comedy Central’s “Adam Devin’s House Party” and NBC’s “Last Comic Standing”. In 2018, Diversity His name is one of the top 10 comics to watch at The Just for Laughs Comedy Festival. Tomlinson has been recovered by UTA and management company Levity Live!
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