You know us on screen — but what about off?
I thought it’d be fun to check in with some of your favorite Fox personalities (plus a few surprise appearances!) to learn more about who they are behind the scenes.
And who’s on the docket this time around?
It’s none other than Clay Travis, founder of OutKick — and I hope you get a kick out of our Q&A below!
Stay tuned for lots more — I have plenty of other revealing Q&As coming along.
Q: What is the best advice you’ve been given?
CT: If you worry about the opinions of people who don’t like you, then the people who do like you won’t like you anymore.
Q: What is your favorite piece of advice to give?
CT: If you want to work in media, read everything. And your ability to write a coherent argument is the foundation of any media career. You can’t do good radio or TV, in my opinion, without being a good writer.
Q: What would you name your boat if you had one?
CT: Travisty (this is an intentional misspelling for the people who will email).
Q: Pick one: March Madness or College Bowl Games?
CT: College bowl games. College football, in my always humble opinion, is the greatest, most fun sport in America.
Q: Greatest athlete of all time?
CT: Of my life? Bo Jackson.
Q: One thing you couldn’t live without …
CT: Football — college and pro.
Q: When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
CT: A fighter pilot or a pro-athlete
Q: Best restaurant in Nashville?
CT: Bourbon Steak — the view is the best in Nashville.
Q: What is your go-to karaoke song?
CT: “Dixieland Delight” (I am tone-deaf and the worst singer of all time, though).
Q: What’s your best dad joke?
CT: What’s the difference between broccoli and boogers? Kids won’t eat broccoli. (This is a vintage dad joke … My dad used it throughout my childhood.)
Want to read Dana Perino’s earlier “Short questions” interviews?
For her interview with Greg Gutfeld, click here.
For her interview with reporter Benjamin Hall, click here.
For her interview with Judge Jeanine Pirro, click here.
For her interview with Jesse Watters, click here.
Source: Fox News