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Nic’s Interview With Trojan Vision TV

Nic’s Interview With Trojan Vision TV

Hi!

I’m so honored and humbled to share my interview with Dustin Skipworth from USC’s Trojan Vision television network!Signing the book

A few weeks ago, I headed over to my old stomping grounds — and by stomping grounds I mean my second home — and got to sit on the other side of the couch for a 30 minute interview. It was so surreal being back at Trojan Vision and such an honor to be a guest on CU@USC. I spent my entire time at USC at the TV studio working, learning and perfecting my craft, so to be the interviewee instead of the interviewer was definitely an experience I will never forget. I even got o sign the special book! What a moment for me.

Dustin was a wonderful host — he was charismatic, smart, and really listened. We had a blast and I wish all interviews would be that easy! We talked about everything from my time at USC to my career as a TV personality to Roadies and to, of course, Give Me Mora.

You can watch the interview here — it streams to anywhere in the world!

Thank you to George Wasserman, the CU@USC team, and Dustin! Until we meet again…xo NM

With Dustin Skipworth

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