Ramble Launches “Crazy Stupid Fangirls” Podcast with YouTube Star Elle Mills
On weekly show, Mills and co-host Michelle Platti take a deep dive into pop culture faves
New York, NY (April 1, 2021)—Ramble, the innovative network that amplifies the voices of established and influential tastemakers through their podcasts and beyond, today announced the launch of Crazy Stupid Fangirls, a new weekly podcast hosted by YouTube star Elle Mills—who has over two million followers across social platforms—and creator Michelle Platti. Ramble is a studio division of Cadence13, an Audacy company.
On Crazy Stupid Fangirls, Elle and Michelle—longtime friends and fellow fangirls—will dive into pop culture spanning decades from all angles, debating and dissecting their favorite movies, music, streaming shows, television, artists, creators, iconic moments and more. In addition to sharing their own fangirl picks and stories on the show, Elle and Michelle will be joined by a wide range of guests who will share their favorites.
Crazy Stupid Fangirls will launch on April 7, 2021 on Apple Podcasts, Audacy.com, Spotify and everywhere podcasts are available. New episodes will be available on Wednesdays. Listen to the trailer and subscribe to the series here: Crazy Stupid Fangirls.
"Michelle and I are so excited for this launch! We've been huge fangirls for years and wanted to create a space for people like us to embrace their love for pop culture and fangirl out with us,” said Elle Mills. “As my videos are heavily edited and produced, it's going to be fun to show a different side of myself than people are used to seeing. Definitely the beginning of a new chapter, and I’m excited to start it with Ramble.”
“Elle and Michelle’s weekly dose of nostalgia and pop culture will be great fun for listeners, and we are thrilled to welcome them to the Cadence13 and Ramble family,” said Chris Corcoran, Chief Content Officer, Cadence13 and Ramble.
“As a premier platform for established digital creators, Ramble is the perfect home for Elle’s debut project in the audio space,” said Shelby Schenkman of UTA Emerging Platforms. “We're thrilled that her fans will be able to connect with her through a new medium and are confident that this partnership will provide listeners with a fun and engaging experience.”
See Elle’s YouTube announcement about Crazy Stupid Fangirls here.
Elle Mills is represented by Six Seven Media and UTA.
Ramble, a joint venture between Cadence13 and United Talent Agency (UTA), is a podcast network that amplifies the voices of established and influential tastemakers through their podcasts and beyond. Ramble features a wide range of tastemakers, trendsetters, creators and original programming, including Charli and Dixie: TWO CHIX, Marc and Heidi: The Other D’Amelios, Anything Goes with Emma Chamberlain, Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz, The TryPod with The Try Guys, Ear Biscuits with Rhett & Link, Smoshcast with Ian Hecox, You Can Sit With Us, and A Hotdog is a Sandwich.
Download the Crazy Stupid Fangirls cover art here: https://we.tl/t-QoFFuhg4N0.
For more information, visit www.rambleofficial.com.
Cadence13, an Audacy company, is a leading premium podcast studio dedicated to premium storytelling and production and was named one of Fast Company’s “World’s Most Innovative Companies for 2019.” Our roster of critically-acclaimed shows and personalities reflects the diverse conversations and interests happening in the world, led by a collection of voices that include, Lili Anolik, Rachel Brathen, Dean Budnick, Alejandra Campoverdi, Emma Chamberlain, Lauren Conrad, Remi Cruz, Charli D’Amelio, Dixie D’Amelio, Heidi D’Amelio, Marc D’Amelio, Ethan Dolan, Grayson Dolan, Kevin Durant, Elle Fanning, Jon Favreau, Emily Jane Fox, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Demi Lovato, Joe Hagan, Andrew Jenks, Sarah Knight, Tony Kornheiser, Payne Lindsey, Michael Lombardi, Karina Longworth, Jon Lovett, Alisha Marie, Johanna Maska, CJ McCollum, Jon Meacham, James Andrew Miller, Elle Mills, Mike Murphy, Leon Neyfakh, Michaela Okland, Darienne Page, Anna Palmer, Gwyneth Paltrow, David Plouffe, Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt, JJ Redick, Davis Reid, Ben Reiter, Duncan Robinson, Rhett and Link, Jake Sherman, Tommy Vietor, Adnan Virk, Jessica Wapner, Tim Weiner, Ashley West, iO Tillett Wright, Andrew Yang, and many more. These storytellers represent both established and emerging personalities across sports, business, tech, politics, entertainment and news. Cadence13 is the home of C13Features, the pioneering podcast studio focused on creating a wide-ranging slate of feature-length fictionalized audio “movies for your ears,” and the Peabody Award-nominated C13Originals documentary studio, and has a broad range of programming partners including: Comments by Celebs, Crooked Media, Entertainment Weekly, goop, Granity Studios, Headspace, HISTORY, Meredith, Mythical Entertainment, Punchbowl News, Ramble, Seven Bucks Productions, Smosh, Sports Illustrated, Tenderfoot TV, theSkimm, The Try Guys, ThreeFourTwo Productions, TNT, Unsolved Mysteries, Up and Vanished, Vanity Fair, Who? Weekly and Yoga Girl, among others. Cadence13 is headquartered in New York, with offices in Los Angeles and San Francisco.
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