The 25 year-old (yes, she's lying), started her radio career as an intern at a Long Island radio station and worked her way through the ranks. After two hops across The Long Island Sound, full-time radio experience and various voice-over projects, she landed her dream job working in Market 1 radio and expanding her brand across the country. In addition, Wendy can also be heard on The Weekend Throwdown with Jagger, and The Weekend Top 30 Countdown, two nationally syndicated programs.
Flight Time & Tiny from the Harlem Globetrotters visit Wendy Wild in the studo
Wendy learns to dance with the pros of Dancing With The Stars.
An adventure like no other...
Cue the Muppets' "Together Again", as it would be a fitting song for our practice this week.
There is a back story to this adventure, but you can read more about it on my friend Allycat's blog here.
Seven weeks after baby, Amy is back; not only doing trapeze like it's nothing, she also made a guest appearance to teach us. Needless to say, it was a special day, b/c although we've hung out, we haven't actually hung since October.
To keep things interesting, as she always does, she brought along the triple trapeze:
(I'm wearing the pink stripe.) Don't even try to tell yourself this isn't cool, lol!
The challenge with the triple trapeze is this: You MUST work together... if one person moves out of sync, the contraption shakes like there's an earthquake!! And these positions are not easy to hold! We held them as long as we needed to take the picture, LOL. Also, factor in the close quarters, you're constantly checking that someone doesn't poke you in the eye with their toe. It can get weird.
Kudos to Alisha for practicing with a probably fractured finger... she's a beast.
Speaking of beastly... (and I hate how I look here, errrrrr), but I'm posting so you can see... some of these moves are REALLY hard to get OUT of once you're in them. The point of performing trapeze is so that you can gracefully transition between moves. As you can see, it's a learning process - a very tiring one.
BOY, was I happy to relax and watch the Grammys last night. This was the best year that I can remember!! Red carpet, presenters, winners, but mostly the PERFORMANCES!
My fave by far was the Bruno Mars/Sting/Rihanna Bob Marley tribute. If I was there, I'd be dancing along with everyone else, no doubt! Ed Sheeran is also unbelievably talented. You know you've made it when you get to perform with Sir Elton John!! #Love!
Although the Grammys had a dress code, a few lovely ladies did bend the rules a bit: Katy Perry, J'Lo (channeling Angelina Jolie with that leg), and our girl Kelly Rowland, who was rocking cut-outs in all the right places. Happy Birthday to you sweetie!!
What did you think of the Grammys last night? Did you watch? Favorite moment? Comment below!