LadyGang: Keltie Knight, Becca Tobin, and Jac Vanek say 'nothing is off limits' on their new TV talk series
On the red carpet event of People's Choice Awards, girl bosses Keltie Knight, Becca Tobin, and Jac Vanek also revealed their new party game called 'Desert Island Dick'
Thanks to the 'LadyGang' ,there was no shortage of wit and humor on the red carpet at the People's Choice Awards.
Consisting of three unfiltered and extra candid girl bosses — namely Keltie Knight, Becca Tobin, and Jac Vanek — 'LadyGang' started as a podcast in 2015 as a safe place for women to discuss off-limit topics. As fans of the podcast grew by millions, they recently turned the show into a TV talk series for E!'s and have since been owning it.
"We learned how to give a blowjob on last week's episode," says Becca, who is instantly corrected by Jac, "Sorry handjob," Becca laughs and excuses herself for "getting ahead" of herself but cites that "blowjob might be coming."
See. We told you. There's nothing off-limits here with the 'LadyGang.'
"We talk all about it. We talk about sex," the Glee actress says, and Keltie chimes in with more topics such as "tampons, love, career, advice."
"We take a piss out of each other," Keltie says and reveals that the 'LadyGang' has invented a new party game called the "Desert Island Dick."
"We just kinda go there," Keltie affirms.
As the girls showed up in shades of pink, ranging from sparkly nude tone to velvety ones, Meaww asked the 'LadyGang' members to compare themselves to famous trios.
Becca promptly replies "tonight it is Destiny's Child but in the '90s or 2000's because we are kind of matching girl group vibes." Keltie instantly chimes in saying "we have less talent," with Jac adding "way less talent. No talent."
Becca points out that they "do fight over who is Beyonce" though.
Brainstorming other famous trios, Keltie describes them to be the "first wives club," but Becca comes up with one trio that all of them agree to: the "Golden Girls."
The "Golden Girls" spoke with Meaww about the secret to turning their podcast into a late-night TV talk series sensation. "I manifested it in my goal for 2018 list and we basically busted our asses for 3 years and made it happen. It hasn't been easy but it is really fun," says Keltie.
Becca adds that the experience hs been a "little surreal."
"I think it's the first time in our entire career that something worked out in our favor. So we are just hoping it lasts, you know," Becca laughs and Jac affirms; "We are super lucky that we were able to transfer the podcast into a TV show in a way that all of our fans love and think that's how it exactly should have been."