“I wanted to create a platform that made it easier for talent to get gigs, to get paid to do what they love,” Wayans told Hello Giggles.“I think this is kind of a throwback — there’s nothing quite like live entertainment.”and features celebrity entrepreneurs, such as Jessica Alba and Will.i.am, who act as “mentors,” taking on startups like Special Guest and helping them through the process of creating their pitch and eventually appearing before big-money venture capitalists. A.] I’m working on my jokes; usually you work on your jokes in these places called open mics.Best viewed in widescreen resolution with IE 6.0 or above. is also an entrepreneur, and his new app could very well change the way entertainers find jobs and get paid.I was just sitting there watching her and thinking, it really sucks that a lot of these people, who are so talented, will never really have the opportunity to make money off of what they love to do.They’re ultimately going to have to put their passion to the side and get a regular job.You fell in love with him on @American Idol - Now book William Hung (She Bangs) on Special Guest - Download the app - https://t.co/89r EYC2kba pic.twitter.com/5W3ju3zx Wt— Special Guest App (@specialguest) July 21, 2017He’s a motivational speaker, actually, though I’m sure you could hire him within the app to come and serenade you, which would be totally kickass, but he’s really in the app to be a motivational speaker.
[Special Guest and these other apps] remove some of the risk — the Craigslist risk, if you will — of having to guess whether or not the person that shows up at your place is going to be qualified.
Before this app, if I wanted to come see a comedian I like, I’d have to go to the comedy [club] and wait three or four comics I didn’t even want to see just to see the guy I wanted to see.
Whereas with my app, as it gets bigger, I could actually hire that exact person to come perform for me and my friends at an office party or in my backyard. I love the fun and the wildness that he brings to the group.
If he knows he’s wrong, he’ll admit it and his wall will come down. DW: I never really got to do too many episodes with Lamorne [Morris’s] character, Winston.
And I think it was actually our first time that we had a storyline together, we’re baking cakes.