Contributing Monkie Sarah Backhouse
Published on August 19, 2008
Who? Sure, it’s not a story about Madonna and her appearance on the cover of Vanity Fair’s Green Issue or Trudie Styler saving Ecuadorean tribes or Leonardo DiCaprio kitting his house out with solar panels. So, why are we writing about this former Dallas cheerleader/American Idol semi-finalist? Because she’s a TV host and we all know that’s the most important job in the world. (At least that’s what I tell myself every morning on my way to work.)
It appears that Ms. Holt, who teaches people the noble art of cheating at video games on G4, has the good sense to include G Living on her list of favorite sites. And we’re chuffed about it. “I love that G Living takes going green to another level,” Kristin tells us. “It’s my go-to site for staying up to speed on living G.” Well said.
Video game revenues overtook music sales in the both the U.S. and UK and now have their eye firmly fixed on the DVD market. While I’m not sure what this says about our society, one thing is for certain — video games are a force to be reckoned with. So, any encouragement from an easy-on-the-eye TV host to lure dollars/interest from gaming to the environment scores high points with us.
Weirdly enough, I also did a stint at G4 — but singing and cheerleading not so much. I don’t think I could cope with the non-organic poms poms, let alone the splits.
Find out more about Kristin Holt on G4tv.com