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Aisha Tyler is a very Interesting Personality

Jan 18 2014, 8:13am CST | by , in News | Other Stuff

Aisha Tyler is a very Interesting Personality
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Besides hosting the Critics’ Choice Awards, Aisha Tyler is a very interesting personality in her own right. She is not only a hard worker but a charming lady who knows how to think positively and pro-actively.

She will not allow her childhood days spent in poverty to return. Aisha Tyler is a dedicated soul who performs her job as a thespian to the hilt. Recently, she gave away a bit of information regarding her role as a pregnant woman in a certain show

As for the Critics’ Choice Awards 2014, she was the main attraction of the event. The charisma and charm this fine lady oozed simply brought the house down. Aisha said that she would never let down a topmost actor such as Tom Hanks, who was snubbed at the Oscars. That got her accolades from Tom. And she virtually was the bond that held the event together

Her appearance was absolutely dazzlingly beautiful. The dusky siren was brimming with happiness and excitement as she announced both the nominees and even those who were not nominated. The participatory mystique that she built by co-mingling with the stars got her a standing ovation. Among those seated at their tables were Julia Roberts and Harvey Weinstein. 

Aisha approached them and hobnobbed with them freely and frankly. Her jokes were quite earthy and humorous. Aisha Tyler spoke of how Meryl Streep was currently in the toilet and she was urinating liquid gold. That one got a guffaw or two from the attentive audience. All we can say is that if boldness and beauty were to take on human form it would be none other than Ayesha Tyler.  

Source: HollywoodLife

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