The Lowdown with Lian became practice for a new destiny… an introduction to something I’ve always had a passion for, Hosting my own show on Pop Culture. The Lowdown was short, never went
viral, but it was enough to get some attention. I conquered DragCon and also landed myself an Entertainment Host position at AfterBuzz TV! Full panel after show on Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Orange County. Hosting is a passion of mine because it allows me to showcase myself and the passion that I have for Pop Culture. I’m super excited about this new creative endeavor and I couldn’t be happier. Make sure to Follow me on the social media platforms for all clips, photos, and live video stories. @HOLLYWOOODLIAN
The Lowdown with Lian is paying off! Might not be VIRAL yet, but it has earned its position for recognition, we received a press pass for the drag queen super event of the year, DragCon. Where i got to meet all the queens from ALL the seasons of Drag Race. I also did my first interview for the LOWDOWN – none other than ALEXIS MICHELLE who just happen to recognize me and admitted to being a fan of the show… and well the rest you’ll see, HOPE YOU GUYS ARE SUBSCRIBED !
Yes, the cat is out of the bag….as they say. There has been some press released about me this morning, saying I will be performing in NYC at the YAMA KIPPI YAY BO Art exhibit and it’s COMPLETELY TRUE! I will be performing monologues from the show SEX AND THE CITY, specifically Kim Cattral’s character, Samantha. Samantha’s MONOLOGUE STATION will premiere on May 5th in BROOKLYN New York and it’s super exciting. Come see us, THNK1994.com for tickets & details. So far, our story has been picked by Mic Magazine, Out Magazine, & BULLET MAGAZINE.
SO, I jumped… I put myself out there. Made a YouTube video announcing I would be doing a weekly episode recap show called THE LOWDOWN WITH LIAN. Received complimentary feedback by very unexpected but professional entertainment colleagues. So, it’s exciting in general. Excited to throw myself in the line of fire, excited to showcase myself, and excited to show that after being in a “dry spell” for a good minute, anyone can brush themselves off and TRY AGAIN.
Before I can talk about the new year, I gotta talk about the ending of this past year. Lemme just say… 2016 was ROUGH. So, I was happy to spending some time in the Big Apple for the holidays, it’s the most wonderful time of the year. I went to Rockefeller Center, saw Mariah‘s Christmas show @ The Beacon. I met some people who gave me hope for the upcoming year. Inspiring/Life Changing Conversations. Plans. Universal Shifting. I really want to dedicate myself to making this year the best. THE BEST EVERYTHING. NYC, I’ll be seeing you a couple times during 2017. Thanks for the drinks.