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Justine Harman from ELLE.com got the chance to interview Kellan in New York. You can read part of the interview below. Make sure you read the rest at the source.
I watched a little bit of the promotional material on Fox and was impressed by how comfortable you seem shooting the shit with the camera. Has hosting made you better at that?
Better at being personable? [Laughs] No, but thank god they let me be me. I have a lot of freedom on the show especially with my co-host, Godfrey, who is a comedian. He’s just…half the stuff we can’t even use because he’s either cursing or being vulgar, and I love it. It’s fun just being able to be me.
Do you ever wish you could reframe the perception that audiences might have of you?
Honestly, I don’t care. I’m not on social media, really. I mean, I have a secret Instagram that’s like my travel diary that nobody really knows about. I have it for my friends and family so they know where in the world I am. People just have this perception of what I’m like because of the roles that I play. If I get people to believe that I’m this air-headed, unintelligent beefcake, I must be doing a good job. But I know myself: I’m intellectual. I’m intelligent. I have a massive passion for science, mathematics, and writing. But in doing a show like Bullseye, I get to be the real me. I get to talk a lot about physics and when contestants ask me about, you know, ‘When do I jump?’ I can whip out all the variables of trajectory and velocity of speed…And then, with my inventions…I have five patents right now. My latest product is the Blackout Bands, which I use for traveling.