With a studio film, headlining tour, and original music under her belt, this multitalented artist is breaking boundaries and leading the merging force between traditional and new media. Megan is committed to using her influence and voice to promote positive global change. In March of 2016, Megan had the absolute honor of traveling to Argentina to interview the former First Lady of The United States, Michelle Obama, as a part of the Let Girls Learn Initiative. Showing no signs of slowing down, she released her original singles “Mascara” and “Play It Cool”, headed back on the road with both a national tour and multiple international performances, and expanded her philanthropic work with one of the most influential women in the world.
What gets you up in the morning?
Food. Actually, usually once the sun is up, I’m up. I’ve liked starting my days with going to the gym as well.
- Your biggest virtue?
- Your biggest vice?
- Do you have a party trick?
I can do a horrible Wookiee impression.
- How would you describe your style?
Classic meets quirky with some glitter.
- What would constitute a perfect day for you?
Sleeping in, going to Disneyland, having pineapple dole whip, come back home and play some video games, and then snuggle on the couch with my husband and dogs and watch a movie while eating sausage and jalapeño pizza with ranch.
- What would your very last meal entail?
Fajitas! Specifically the ones my dad makes, they are the best. Then some homemade salsa and guacamole to go with it.
- Three people—dead or alive, real or fictional—that you’d like to invite to dinner?
Audrey Hepburn, Batman, Leslie Knope.
- Turn ons?
- Turn offs?
Lack of ambition
- Tell us a secret.
My favorite movie snack is popcorn with jalapeños.
- Your favorite quote?
“Think less, thank more.” Basically a little reminder to focus on the positive things in life and don’t get so caught up on the negative.
- An embarrassing moment?
It was spirit week in 6th grade and the day was “inside out” day. What’s that you ask? Well you wear your clothes inside out, but most people just did this with their shirts. I did this with my pants as well. I struggled to get them off to use the restroom, and I think ended up having to ask a friend for help. Oh yeah, and did I mention how ridiculous I looked cause I was pretty much the only person wearing their pants like that. “Inside out” wasn’t a very strong theme anyways, but I killed “80s” day.
- Your proudest moment?
First time I heard a song of mine on the radio. The song was “B-e-a-utiful”.
- Could you tell us more about some of the projects you are working on?
I have a new mini album (EP) coming out in February! It’s called “My Kind of Party”. I can’t wait to release new music.