CBS match Keltie Knight has magnetism for Billy Bush
Now barbarous “Today” uncover co-host Billy Bush has an doubtful defender in his opposition anchor on a CBS uncover “The Insider,” Keltie Knight.
Indulging in leering bro-talk with Donald Trump was understandable, says Knight, explaining that Bush was buddying adult to a theme in a approach that’s standard for a march for TV hosts.
“I don’t indispensably determine with what was on a tape, though we do know that infrequently when you’re perplexing to get a arise out of someone we will ‘yes man’ them,” Knight told Confidential during People magazine’s fourth annual “Ones To Watch” celebration in Los Angeles, where she was an honoree.
“You know, (they ask) ‘Does this dress make me demeanour fat?’ — ‘No, we demeanour amazing!’ ‘Is that lady hot?’ ‘Yes, she is hot.’ You’re perplexing to turn buddies with your theme so we can make a good interview.”
Knight says she was reduction worried by a train speak than by Bush and Trump’s on-camera behavior — “when this lady was being forced to physically cuddle and hold these men.”
Still, she pronounced she feels contemptible for Bush, who has lost his pursuit during “Today” in a arise of a controversy.
“I don’t consider he’s a terrible guy. He’s a family man, he’s been in this business for a prolonged time and he’s finished a lot of unequivocally good interviews,” she says. “I don’t indispensably determine with his actions, though nobody is ideal in this world. He apologized, and he has to live with that.”
As for who leaked a tape, Knight believes Bush finished an rivalry on a staff during “Access Hollywood.”
“We get hours and hours of footage each week and it all goes in a vault, and it all lives forever. And if we piss off someone, they can go in that safe and take that footage. It’s not that difficult.”
Knight has encountered Trump herself on several red carpets — and was not impressed.
“He always came opposite as a bro — a man’s man,” Knight said, adding that she’ll be voting for Clinton. “I never unequivocally suspicion he was a warm, inviting, smashing person.”
As for Bush, if worse comes to worst, there’s always Fox News.
With James Desborough
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