Hosted by Saski and Char Bailey, The DIVA Interviews will link up with LGBTQI legends weekly
BY SOPHIE GRIFFITHS
Following the success of The Riley Interviews during lockdown, DIVA has now launched The DIVA Interviews – a space for weekly exclusive chats with some our lovely friends and supporters.
Join us in the Facebook DIVA Community every Tuesday at 8pm for LGBTQI life chats with your favourite celebs and the chance to fire your questions at our iconic interviewees. Grab a cup of tea and settle in for exciting chats and plenty of laughs.
Launched as a way of bringing the lez/bi community closer together with everything that’s happening in the world right now, the Facebook-based, digital hangout DIVA Community has grown to a membership of almost 8,000 women and allies, hailing from all around the globe. Pretty impressive, eh? So we thought it’s time to give back to you wonderful lot.
Wondering which lovely ladies will be hosting The DIVA Interviews and who will be the first to join us? Find out more below…
Char is a life coach, host and educator who is passionate about building genuine connections and helping people beIng their best selves. She identifies as a proud Black Indian, Autistic lesbian, and is most proud of her work in the community as Education Officer for UK Black Pride and her Apple award winning podcast, Qmmunity.
Saski is an LGBTQI Inclusion Consultant and Trainer, Life Coach, Official PRIDE Host, Interviewer, Radio host, Panel Moderator, PRIDE365 Champion. Saski has appeared on BBC TV and Radio shows and panels, promoting inclusion.
Tuesday 1 December 8pm – Melanie Rickey joins Char Bailey for the first instalment of The DIVA Interviews
Our first interview taking place this Tuesday (1 December) will be with Melanie Rickey – who will also turn her hand to hosting when we have fashion specific guests joining The DIVA Interviews.
Melanie Rickey is a fashion writer and author with 20 years’ experience. One of Grazia’s founding editors, and a regular writer for titles including Vogue, The Times and Daily Telegraph, Melanie now mainly works as a Fashion Editor.
Expect chats all about Melanie’s background in fashion as a gay woman and how the industry has changed since she came out in 1990. She’s had an incredible journey and we can’t wait to find out more.
What are you waiting for? Join our DIVA Community here for access to exclusive interviews every Tuesday at 8pm.
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