We’re living in a time when the internet has made everyone into a TV star.
We’re all on YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Snapchat again.
We can be seen on the big screen, and it’s our job to be visible.
And, yes, I am a TV celebrity.
So, why not try my hand at being on TV?
This week, the comedian turned TV host was interviewed by an MTV News crew for the network’s upcoming “Behind the Music” special.
In a conversation that lasted two hours, Yankov discussed his recent feud with “Shark Tank” co-star Kevin Hart, his new album, “Funk.”
He also discussed his new “weird” brand, his upcoming TV show and his upcoming album, called “Naked Instamodel.”
Watch the full interview below.
You’ve been known to get some heat for your public criticism of “shark tank.”
Why do you think that is?
It was something I was really into when I started doing TV.
I always thought it was really cool to do the show and do it on my terms.
I would never have done it if I didn’t like doing it.
I’m a fan of the show.
It’s very much a product of my generation, and so are the artists who are in the show, which is great.
But I always say that the show’s not a product at all.
It just happened to be where I wanted to be.
The people that are in it, I think, are really great at it.
It kind of feels like they have a mission, and I don’t.
I don, either.
I have a little bit of an ego about my own show.
I just feel that I should be in it because I want to do it and I want people to see it.
I really want people seeing it and to feel like, “Oh, that’s me.”
What’s the difference between being on “Shack” and on “TBS” and “AMC”?
I guess it’s that, because “Shackleford” is a little different.
I like the “Shackelford” stuff.
I think it’s really cool.
I feel like it’s a really fun show.
There’s a lot of cool stuff in it.
The other thing that’s great about the show is that it’s not like a typical sitcom.
There are no sitcom characters.
It really does feel like an extended sketch show.
The show does a really good job of showing us a variety of things.
We get to see people doing things, so you can see why people are like, I really like this and I really don’t like that.
It’s interesting because when I’m on the show the only time I get to interact with the people that I’m talking to is when they come up to me on set.
They have their own things that they’re doing and they’re going to do them to me and they just want to get in my face.
I’ve been talking to a lot more people on the set than I ever would have in real life, and they actually really like that I have to interact and interact and talk to them.
I’m just a really nice guy and I have been on the network a long time and it shows.
I think the only difference is that I don and they don’t, and the show doesn’t necessarily mean that.
It doesn’t mean anything to me.
They do their stuff and I’m there and it makes it really cool and interesting to me to be able to hang out with people that like what I do and to do a show with a bunch of them.
And to be honest, that was one of the things that got me on the air, that I was actually able to talk to some people.
It was just a good experience for me to do that and just hang out and do that.
I enjoy it.
It feels weird that you get the most positive response from people for “Shake It Off.”
When did that happen?
I’ve always had a lot respect for what people are saying.
The most people that have been nice to me are people who are really kind.
They’re not like, You’re disgusting, you’re not funny, you should just get out of here.
People who are like this, I don.
I mean, I know they have their reasons for being nice to you.
But, no, you are not funny.
I was surprised to hear that.
When people see me on TV, they’re like, Oh, you must be joking with me, right?
I’m a really funny guy.
I don’t think I’ve ever been a comedian who’s been the butt of a joke.
You know, I’ve made a joke a lot and I think people really appreciate it and they like that when they see me in front of their friends and their family