Oxygen Media is exploring the good, the bad and the most outrageous moments on social media during the new half-hour special, “WORST.POST.EVER: With Frankie Grande,” premiering on Tuesday, August 18 at 9pm ET/PT. Hosted by YouTube sensation, “Big Brother” fan favorite, and Broadway star Frankie Grande, the special follows Grande as he breaks down the buzziest online posts, tweets and selfies from Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and everything in between. For a candid look at Frankie, CLICK HERE
I had the pleasure of reviewing a rough draft of the special and I was in Tearsssssssss. Frankie absolutely takes it to another level. Not only does he keep it all the way real, he gives the viewer just what we want, his opinion.
In a recent conversation, Frankie had this to say, “I have always dreamed about having such a great platform where I can share all of my sparkles and talents,” Grande said. “It is going to be BIG energy and will sweep you away, crying tears of laughter and delight! I’m going GRANDE and I’m so happy I get to take you all with me! I. Can. Not. Wait.”
During the special, Frankie will also craft and execute his own set of extreme social media experiments, outrageous sketches and edgy segments involving viewers from across social media platforms. Additionally, fans will have the opportunity to drive the conversation faster and further by using the hashtag #WorstPostEver on Twitter.
“As his millions of followers will attest, Frankie’s straightforward, unapologetic, and larger-than-life personality makes him the perfect host to explore the outrageous world of social media with viewers,” said Cori Abraham, Senior Vice President, Development and International, Oxygen Media. “’WORST.POST.EVER: With Frankie Grande’ taps into the social habits of our highly engaged audience and offers them an interactive opportunity and fresh perspective of this hilarious and sometimes hijinks topic.”
“WORST.POST.EVER: With Frankie Grande” is produced by Intuitive Entertainment with Kevin Dill, Scott Tomlinson and Mechelle Collins serving as Executive Producers.
Make sure you Tune Into Oxygen tomorrow and Tweet me during the show.
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