Vegas Magazine’s Fall Fashion Issue features Cat Deeley as its cover girl. The star is a three-time Emmy Award Nominated TV personality and host of “So You Think You Can Dance”. She received her first Teen Choice Award nomination this year. In the new issue of the magazine, the star discusses her busy schedule, and her marriage. She also discusses what makes her unique, and much more.
The star had a lot to say about various topics.
On why long distance makes her marriage better:
“We have an absolutely lovely time when we’re together, because we’re like, ‘Oh, I have to go again in a minute.’ All my friends are really jealous of it, weirdly. They’re like, ‘What I wouldn’t give to have my husband get out of my hair sometimes for eight days!’”
On sending the right message to her younger audience and why vanity isn’t her strong suit:
“I didn’t want to continue this myth that everybody’s perfect. I just don’t think it’s very healthy for young women who don’t know the industry. It’s taken a village of people to make me look like that. Some of the best magazines are so creative and the images are pieces of art, but I think it should be made clear that that’s not reality. It’s important that women aren’t faced with this idea of perfection and trying to aim for something that’s absolutely unattainable.”
On what makes her unique:
“I don’t really take myself too seriously because I can’t. I’m never going to be that sophisticated woman who’s so put together that her bra and knickers always match. I’ve reached the grand old age of 36, and I’m fully embracing the fact that I’m not perfect, I’m a bit klutzy my nose bends one way, and I don’t have any boobs. I’m quite fun to hang out with and to go and have cocktails with-and I think perfection is really boring, actually.”
On the benefits of SYTYCD not starting out in the spotlight:
“We were left alone to do our own thing for so long, but we found our niche. I never feel terrified. I feel excited and my adrenaline goes and I love it. The audience likes when people mess up, because every single person does in every day of their lives, but it’s how you handle it when you fall over or when you drop the mike. If you handle it with a bit of charm, the audience loves it.”
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