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In 2013, Mathews released his first book, takes readers inside Mathews’ personal journey as a super fan, revealing the most embarrassing and hilarious moments of his small town life and big city adventures, and how he managed to turn an obsession with pop culture into one on one interactions with celebrities like Paltrow, Tiffani-Amber Theissen, Madonna, and Michelle Kwan [to name a few] without ever having a single restraining order issued against him.On the television front, Mathews is a fixture on , a weekly fan destination where the intersections of celebrity gossip and pop culture collide, giving a unique viewpoint into the latest Hollywood news.When you click on a Sponsored Product ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it.
Property records show Mister Mathews picked up his petite pad in Atwater Village—an increasingly hip and hipster inhabited area sandwiched between Los Feliz and Glendale—in January 2010 for 0,000.
If there is one word that could describe the hilariously talented Ross Mathews, it would be "infectious." From his warm and signature laugh to his zest for anything celebrity, Mathews loves every single project he is involved in, from hosting the GLAAD Awards this year, to being a permanent judge on "Ru Paul's Drag Race" to his podcast, to his newest gig, as a co-host on "Hollywood Live." Ross sat down with us to chat about his love for his podcast "Straight Talk with Ross Mathews," his love drag queens, and how he has learned to "embrace the mistakes"You know, it's funny you say that, we're totally doing that. I hosted it a couple years ago in Los Angeles and then in New York and I loved it. I know the classy thing is to let them come to you, but that's so not me.
I think in about five weeks or so we are going to start filming it and streaming it live, it won't affect the podcast at all. I'm not like that in dating, I'm not like that in work, I'm like a square peg in a round hole and I force it to happen! I went to my first GLAAD awards about fourteen years ago with a friend who had an extra ticket, and I sat in the back at one of the back tables.
take a seat bitch, because I'm not going anywhere for a while, and I'm not LOL! I'm not good at anything other than being myself, I'm incapable of it.
The other thing is, as much as I love the pop culture and the celebrities and everything like that, I don't have a ton of interest going to the parties and all that stuff. You see some people get caught up in the bullshit, it's just not me. I live in Burbank and I think that's part of the reason I don't live right there.