Lauryn Snapp is known by her listeners as the "queen of a good time." Lauryn is a contributing writer to PopCrush.com and is versed in all things pop culture, from celebrity news to viral trends. She is also the host of PopCrush Nights radio show and previously worked for CMT Paramout, iHeart Radio and Warner Bros. Lauryn likes to pack a punch on the radio with fast music facts, daily life overshares and mediocre dad jokes. When not chasing down the latest in trending pop culture news, listening to new music, or keeping her finger on the pulse of the latest social media crazes, Lauryn can be found sing-speaking to her dog, Sullivan, chasing waterfalls and attempting makeup or fashion tutorials. Follow Lauryn on Instagram here.
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"I don't think that his crimes against me are worthy of incarceration."
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She's making big money helping others find "telephone confidence."
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"I was itching to ditch the corporate shackles and do my own thing."
Mom’s Excuse to Skip Elf on the Shelf Hilariously Backfires
Elf on the Shelf isn't just causing mischief for kids.
Ex-CIA Agent Reveals Unsettling Truth About Area 51 on His Deathbed
He said he saw real aliens during his time with the CIA.
Man Wielding Gun Arrested After Family Monopoly Game Turns Violent
Unfortunately, he won't be able to use his "get out of jail free" card.
This Fast Food Restaurant Moved to a 3-Day Work Schedule and Got Over 400 Job Applications in a Week
The location is on pace to generate about $17 million in sales this year.