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Cazzie David

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Young Beautiful Successful

It’s the Season 3 PREMIERE of #YoungBeautifulSuccessful and Gabbie is joined by the hosts of Celebrity Memoir Book Club, Claire & Ashley. They discuss Cazzie David’s book “No One Asked For This” in which Cazzie reveals her thoughts on her break up with Pete Davidson & his subsequent relationship with Ariana Grande. I recorded this podcast using SquadCast! Use my affiliate link to try it now: https://squadcast.fm/?ref=gabrielleiorio LISTEN TO CELEBRITY MEMOIR BOOK CLUB: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/celebrity-memoir-book-club/id1533533467 https://www.instagram.com/celebritymemoirbookclub/ https://www.tiktok.com/@celebritymemoirbookclub CLAIRE: https://www.instagram.com/clairethescare/ https://twitter.com/SorryDontClaire ASHLEY: https://www.instagram.com/ashleyhammm/ https://twitter.com/ashleyhammm New Pod Artwork by Niajja https://www.instagram.com/nyja/ https://www.instagram.com/art.by.niajja/ https://www.instagram.com/tragicfanaticshop/ If you aren’t already following Young Beautiful Successful… TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@arianapodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/arianapodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/arianapodcast/ Spotify Playlists: https://open.spotify.com/user/ucfm6zqn3fchhd9bdupscgjpv?si=5TevBeL4SpG8dDs-0kGuLA Email me: youngbeautifulsuccessfulpod@gmail.com About Gabbie: https://www.gabrielleiorio.com/podcast--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/youngbeautifulsuccessful/message

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11 Jan 2021

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Cazzie David Talks 'No One Asked For This' and Pandemic Dating

Bustle - Our Daily Pick

According to Cazzie David, there are five ways to get a quarantine boyfriend. The first is to pursue “someone you've met a few times or someone you meet on an app” — an unattractive option for the 26-year-old comedy writer, who inherited intense germaphobia from her father, Seinfeld co-creator Larry David. Cybersex is sanitary, but she believes “it takes a lot of brainwashing, and you have to be really confident that you’re hot.” Backsliding to an ex-boyfriend is "a really good choice for people who have anxiety about [their ex] being with someone else," David says, slipping into a professorial mode that makes our Zoom interview feel like a mock MasterClass in modern dating. “Then you have the people in your contacts you don’t really like, but they were the closest to you when you settled down for quarantine.” She chose this last technique when it became clear that finding a corona companion was paramount to her pandemic survival.“I was really single before quarantine hit and I had seven guys I was texting — I’m always talking to people because I need male attention to continue on with my life — and I got to choose one to hang out with.” The man she elected to let into her pod was “not who I liked the most,” she explains, but, thanks to his adherence to public health protocols, “he was the safest for me to hook up with.”David has, more or less, avoided being alone ever since she met her first serious boyfriend in high school: the Marlboro Reds-smoking, tender but tortured soul covered in amateur tattoos who appears in David’s new collection of essays, No One Asked for This, as a character sketch that codifies into her “type.” The relationship gave David her passion for lost boys — a “tragedy kink,” in her words — and it made her realize that coupledom is a port in the storm of her perpetually turbulent psyche.Her first boyfriend experience was like “having a human embodiment of Xanax and being able to hug that person and actually feel oxytocin in my veins from it,” she says now. “As someone who needs constant reassurance and is totally [riddled] with anxiety, I need that.” David is momentarily distracted by an ant crawling on the ground of her mother’s house, where she’s now quarantining after what she calls a “near toxic” stint third-wheeling with her dad and his new wife. “My dad wants to be as safe as possible but he's so absent-minded that he isn't doing the precautions that he actually wants to be doing,” she explains of her choice to live and promote her book, out Nov. 17, far away from the newlyweds.The essay collection is already all over the news thanks to David’s detailed recounting of her breakup with Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson. She reveals that she found out Davidson had started dating pop star Ariana Grande one day after their breakup, while en route to her sister’s college graduation in Washington, D.C., via Twitter. “I think I probably left my human body. My dad held me as I shook uncontrollably in his arms for the entire flight,” she writes.The end of their two-and-a-half-year relationship — which she calls a “hyperbolic,” “heightened,” and “catastrophic form of a regular breakup” — is the destabilizing event at the emotional core of David’s debut. But what feels truly revelatory about her telling of the story is that it doesn’t end with a newly enlightened David learning to love herself by being on her own, as the rules of empowering young women's essays dictate. No One is decidedly not the misanthropic millennial’s answer to Eat, Pray, Love; David does not discover that she’s fine going it solo only to have a great guy materialize, enraptured by her new, less needy energy. Instead, it ends with David in an inpatient mental health facility for issues exacerbated by the painfully public breakup, then immediately defaulting to her normal state of being obsessed with texting boys.“Nothing makes me more embarrassed than being single, nothing makes me hate myself more either. This is because when you’re single, no one likes you. It’s pretty much the definition of being single, because if someone liked you, you wouldn’t be single,” she writes in “This Essay Doesn’t Pass the Bechdel Test.” While the idea of finding validation in romantic relationships feels borderline taboo, David’s admission is a salve to women like me: a 20-something suddenly living with my family in suburbia, wasting my most dateable years in a state of pandemic-induced celibacy, and feeling like a bad feminist for feeling so pathetic. (To the extent that David risks irking the happily single crowd, it’s important to know that she also describes being too embarrassed to masturbate. “The shame I have around masturbation is obviously not a religious thing, it’s just my classic 'I hate myself and can’t do anything in front of myself' thing,” she writes. “I sincerely believe it’s worlds more embarrassing to not masturbate out of embarrassment than to masturbate.”)Following her breakup with Davidson, David went on a “very stereotypical rebellion” that involved “seeking out guys who had motorcycles and being very Bella in Twilight: New Moon.” “I may have used men in my life as a means to cope and feel better momentarily along with other things that I turned to,” she says now. She also wrote through it: columns for former Vanity Fair editor-in-chief Graydon Carter’s newsletter Air Mail; think pieces for Vogue; the essays that make up No One. Eventually, she and Davidson were on solid ground again. “We’re good friends,” she tells me. “I will always care about him. We’re super close and I was thankful that he was supportive of [the book]. It helped me a lot mentally.”These days, she’s using new forms to explore her interest in the chaotic endings and manic beginnings of relationships. There’s “R u mad at me?” a DIY quarantine video project in which she unsuccessfully attempts to lock down a pandemic boyfriend, as well as a full-blown script for HBO Max, details about which are scarce. For David, the comedy of dating lies in the gap between our public personas and our private delusions. “We can all put on the front that we are happy to be single and it's fun and we're killing it, but anyone is susceptible to falling into romantic obsession,” she says. Faced with a new romantic prospect, she says, “Nothing else matters. They don't have a family, politics don't exist, nothing else exists except for the fact that this guy is or is not thinking about her and how to psychoanalyze that as much as possible until he does.”David’s work deals with the relationship woes of the Instagram age, but she employs a timeless Seinfeld rule when it comes to their storytelling. “For each episode they were like, ‘No hugging, no learning.’ There was never a happy ending. I would avoid [writing] a happy ending at all costs because the little things that can go wrong when you're dating are what's relatable. You're comparing yourself with people on Instagram and also porn. It's the height of all possible insecurities, [so it’s] funnier.”Where she splits from the Seinfeld ethos is that her cynicism doesn’t extend beyond her own self-loathing. David doesn’t think it’s embarrassing that you’re single; it’s a personal issue. “I believe in happy endings,” she says, “just not for me.”


27 Nov 2020

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Cazzie David, Harry Styles Rockin a Dress, and International Men's Day

KFC Radio

Subscribe, Rate, and Leave a Review! -Things are looking...good(?) for KFC's sports teams -Feits is mad no one believes he could beat Vladimir Putin in a fight -Ben Shapiro (the man afraid of WAP) is big mad Harry Styles wore a dress on the cover of vogue -It's International Men's day and we're givin each other compliments -Spoilers of Ryan Phillippe's new show Big Sky -Skip to 37:00 to avoid spoilers -AITA Thursday: Peein on neighbors, Anime body pillows, and Sexy Haircuts -Voicemails include dating a cop and appearing strong or being strong (01:29:30) Cazzie David joins the show! We talk about how KFC and Feits heavily related to her book "No One Asked for This" (Link Below), anxiety, Call Her Daddy, the problem with twitter, and much more. Pick up a copy of Cazzie's book here: https://read.amazon.com/kp/embed?asin=B081TVMHVD&preview=newtab&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_lnGTFbK39HD6W Let us know what you think on twitter: @KFCRadio @KFCBarstool @FeitsBarstool @CazzieDavid <- IG only Subscribe to our youtube for daily videos: www.youtube.com/c/kfcradioYou can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/kfcr

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19 Nov 2020

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Being An Anxious Weirdo with Cazzie David and Zoe Lister-Jones

The Cut

These days, it's easy to forget how to be with other people. And it's hard not to feel like a solipsistic weirdo all the time. But writer Cazzie David and filmmaker Zoe Lister-Jones are embracing that uncomfortable feeling. Cazzie is publishing a new book of essays about her anxiety, her family, and heartbreak. And Zoe has made a teen horror film about the collective female trauma of high school. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices


18 Nov 2020

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Cazzie David | Trump Tweets That Biden "Won," Then Tweets "I Concede Nothing": A Closer Look

Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

Seth takes a closer look at Trump irreversibly lighting American democracy on fire as his allies and lawyers pursue one deranged conspiracy theory after another while also letting a deadly plague ravage the country uncontrolled.Then, Seth talks to author Cazzie David.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.


17 Nov 2020

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'Matrix' cast finds a way to party, plus Megyn Kelly's done with mainstream media and Cazzie David tells all

We Hear: Quick Fix

Parties are strictly banned under Germany’s current lockdown, but Keanu Reeves and the rest of the cast of “The Matrix 4” managed to stage a bash near Berlin. Megyn Kelly says she has no plans to ever return to mainstream media. And Cazzie David is finally sharing her side of the story about her breakup with Pete Davidson. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


13 Nov 2020

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Larsa Pippen Tell-All, Cazzie David/Pete Davidson Details + Potential Tayshia Spoiler

Chicks in the Office

Larsa Pippen's Kardashian tell-all (19:52-27:54). Cazzie David opens up about Pete Davidson breakup (29:41-36:40). Britney Spears conservatorship news (37:08-44:11). Carl Lentz scandal update (47:04-51:48). TikTok exposes potential spoiler on Tayshia's season (52:55-58:05). The Weeknd announced as Super Bowl halftime performer (58:42-1:02:15). CITO merch > http://bit.ly/citomerch. Follow us on Instagram @chicksintheoffice and on Twitter @chicksintheoff + subscribe to our Snapchat show > http://bit.ly/thegroupchat & our YouTube > http://bit.ly/CITOYOUTUBE.You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/ChicksInTheOffice

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13 Nov 2020

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E95 Bachelor Recap- Ep 8: Hometowns with Cazzie David

The Viall Files

The talented Cazzie David recaps this season's Hometowns episode. We talk about Hannah Ann’s hilarious conversation with her sister, Madison’s parents’ involvement in her virginity, and Kelsey’s sad departure. Plus, you have to hear Cazzie’s impression of Victoria F.  What does Nick think about the final three living together during Fantasy Suites? You’ll have to listen to find out! THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS: UNDERCOVER TOURIST: http://undercovertourist.com/viall GRAVITY BLANKETS: http://gravityblankets.com/viall See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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18 Feb 2020

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Episode 65 - Cazzie David & Elisa Kalani

Little Known Facts with Ilana Levine

Cazzie David, daughter of "Seinfeld" and "Curb Your Enthusiasm" creator Larry David, was followed by TMZ the day she moved into her college dorm.  Any hopes for an anonymous matriculation were blown immediately -- and most of the students Cazzie encountered on campus weren't quite sure how to interact with the child of a major Hollywood star.  The one person who didn't seem to be nonplussed by it all was Elisa Kalani. In her refreshingly straight forward manner, Elisa acknowledged how wonderful -- and strange -- it was to have Cazzie at the school. The two freshmen became fast friends and have remained the best of friends ever since those first surreal days. Cazzie and Elisa, co-creators of the critically acclaimed web series "Eighty-Sixed," chat with Ilana about their work and what it means to be "millennials."  Elisa and Cazzie describe their relationship to technology as second nature -- but as millennials they are actually on the cusp; they lived a life before having all of these technological advances and social media so they know life before and after Snapchat. "Eighty-Sixed," as described by Cazzie, is simultaneously critical of her generation and sympathetic.  In other words, it's honest, real and of course hilarious. These two young, smart writers go in depth with Ilana about what it was like doing a project that shot in Larry David’s home -- but didn’t involve Larry David! Cazzie shares what it feels like being the child of a famous father -- and they both discuss what’s next for them. These brilliant young women are  taking Hollywood by storm on their own terms with their unique take on what it’s like to be in your 20’s in America today.The two met their first week at Emerson College and forged a friendship that has turned into a prolific creative partnership since graduating.Here is what critics had to say about this spotlight  into the world of millennial break ups."(DAVID’S) BRITTLE, DEADPAN CHARISMA IS INNATELY WATCHABLE, AND THERE ARE FEW FULL-LENGTH SHOWS SUCCESSFULLY MINING THE COMPLEX NORMS AND PRESSURES OF SOCIAL-MEDIA ETIQUETTE THROUGH A COMEDIC LENS." — NY MAGA"CAZZIE DAVID MIGHT BE THE NEXT VOICE OF A GENERATION...SHE [REMI] IS NOT HERE TO IMPRESS YOU. AND WE'RE SERIOUSLY IMPRESSED." — REFINERY29"WHAT’S SO GREAT ABOUT EIGHTY-SIXED IS THAT IT NEVER FEELS LIKE IT’S TRYING TOO HARD. THE INTERNET IS FULL OF OVERLY AMBITIOUS WEB SERIES, BUT THIS ONE IS FULLY SELF-AWARE AND DELIGHTFULLY WRY." — DECIDER Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices


17 Oct 2017