"The Insider" keeps viewers in the know when it comes to Hollywood with in-depth stories, exclusive interviews, and all that's trending in the world of entertainment.
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Meet Our Hosts
Kevin Frazier Kevin Frazier is co-anchor of "The Insider." Previously, Frazier served as the weekend anchor and correspondent for "Entertainment Tonight." In 2012, he teamed with Heidi Klum to host "Clash of the Commercials" on CBS, returned as lead anchor for "College Football on FX" and "Fox Sports Net," and hosted the launch of SportsNet for Time Warner Cable. Frazier also co-hosted the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on CBS in 2011 and 2012. In 2008, Frazier founded HipHollywood.com, an urban entertainment news website. Prior to joining ET in 2004, he served as host of ESPN's "SportsCenter," "NBA Shoot Around," and "NBA Fastbreak." He also worked at FX as co-host of "The FX Sports Show." He has served as a sideline reporter for "NFL on Fox" telecasts as well as host of pregame shows for "NFL on Fox," "NHL on Fox," and "College Football Saturday."
Thea Andrews Thea Andrews is co-anchor for "The Insider." Previously, Andrews covered Hollywood as a correspondent for "Entertainment Tonight" and anchor of "Entertainment Tonight Weekend." Prior to joining ET in 2006, Andrews was known for her work on ESPN, where she served as a national correspondent, and later as co-host of "Cold Pizza" and "ESPN Hollywood." During her time with ESPN, Andrews also co-hosted "The ESPY Red Carpet Show," "The Indy 500 Parade," "Michael Jordan's Celebrity Golf Invitational," and contributed to ABC Sports's live coverage. In 2010, Andrews was the co-host for TNT's "16th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Red Carpet Show." The following year she hosted "CMT's Next Superstar" and "Top Chef Canada." In addition to her broadcasting career, Andrews has had acting roles on ESPN's original series "Playmakers," HBO's "True Blood," "Torchwood," "The Young and the Restless," and in the feature film "Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle."
Michael YoMichael Yo is a correspondent and fill-in anchor for "omg! Insider." Currently, Yo also hosts Yahoo's "The Yo Show," in which he utilizes his comedic background to discuss the latest entertainment news. Before joining Yahoo, he had his own program on E! Entertainment Television, "Yo on E!," and has appeared on "Chelsea Lately," "The Daily 10," "E! News," and "Kourtney & Khloe Take Miami." He has also been a correspondent on "Showbiz Tonight," "Today," and has headlined his own radio show on Miami’s Y100. Yo has performed at numerous comedy clubs across the country including the Laugh Factory and The Comedy Store in Los Angeles. His film credits include "Losing Control" and the upcoming films "The Cookout 2" and "The Bling Ring."
Mary Kitchen Mary Kitchen is a correspondent and fill-in anchor for "omg! Insider." Previously, Kitchen was the entertainment anchor for Toronto’s CityNews Network as well as an entertainment specialist for "Canada's Got Talent" and "Breakfast Television," the #1 rated morning show in Canada. In addition to serving as a reporter for CTV’s Fashion Television Channel, Kitchen hosted "Red Carpet Diary," an entertainment news source that distributes content to carriers such as Yahoo.com and iTunes. Kitchen was also a finalist on CBC's "Fashion File Host Hunt" and has appeared as a fashion correspondent for "Entertainment Tonight Canada," "eTalk," "The Gill Deacon Show," and "The Marilyn Denis Show."
Kristen Aldridge Kristen Aldridge is a contributor for "The Insider" and formerly appeared on the daily pop-culture series "omg! NOW," a top-rated online entertainment news show on Yahoo. Currently, Aldridge hosts the "Ram Country Report," a weekly wrap-up spotlighting the best in country music on Yahoo Music. Aldridge has also appeared as a pop-culture expert for both E! Entertainment Television and the Oxygen network and is currently a contributor for Shape magazine, covering all things related to celebrity fitness. Aldridge has served as the host of ESPN's digital series "ESPN Road Trip" and as the sideline reporter for Speed Channel's "Car Warriors."
Keltie Knight Keltie Knight is a correspondent for "The Insider." A former New York City Rockette and dancer for Kanye West and Beyoncé, she began her broadcasting career hosting an episode of CMT's "Top 20 Countdown" as a publicity stunt to promote The Radio City Christmas Spectacular. Soon after, Knight became the music host for LiveNation. She also served as host of Us Weekly's 2012 Emmy Awards livestream and has appeared as a dance expert on both Bravo's "Millionaire Matchmaker and the "Dancing With the Stars Afterparty." Additionally, Knight wrote the book "Rockettes, Rockstars and Rockbottom" in which she discusses her life, dance, and rock n' roll. Check out her blog, aprettyheart.com.
Theo VonTheo Von is a contributor for "omg! Insider." Von, a rising star in stand-up comedy, is currently the host of Yahoo’s popular daily recap show, "Primetime in No Time," which averages over one million views a day. As a comedian, Von has been featured on NBC’s "Last Comic Standing," "Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham," and was crowned the winner of Comedy Central’s "Reality Bites Back." Currently, Von can be seen in Comedy Central’s "The Half Hour." Previously, Von hosted "The Comedy Sideshow" podcast, one of the 10 most downloaded video podcasts on iTunes.
Nina Parker Nina Parker is a contributor for "The Insider." She joined the show in 2011, serving as a gossip correspondent and producer. She began her career working in local news in San Francisco. Eventually, Parker moved to Los Angeles to help launch an entertainment start-up now known as TMZ. During her more than four years at TMZ, Parker worked not only as a producer, but as a writer and manager for the website as well. In addition to her daily duties, Parker — a pop -culture expert — appeared regularly on local and national news shows such as "Good Day L.A." and "Showbiz Tonight."