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Continued: Q&A with C.J.: Ross Mathews, a kinder, gentler celebrity watcher

  • Article by: C.J. , Star Tribune
  • Last update: July 6, 2013 - 5:22 PM

A [Sustained laughter] I have no idea. I don’t think they’d book me. It’s going to be something when he signs off for real this time.

 

Q Would you rather not have Howard Stern ask such personal questions?

A I don’t care. I’ll talk to Howard Stern about anything. I listen to him every day. I love him. When you go on his show, you kind of have to be an open book.

 

Q In your book “Man Up,” you said you learned how to swear like a trucker. String together a few for me. I want to judge how convincing you sound, because I don’t believe you talk like that.

A I do talk like that. I’ve earned the right to talk like that. I learned from my father how to swear RIGHT and how to string it together for optimum effect/affect. I use it like karate. I bring it out when it’s needed.

 

Q What makes you swear like a trucker?

A A good joke.

 

Q ‘Hello, Ross’ is what fans say to you, but what do you say when you meet Diana Ross?

A Oh my God, I would love to meet Diana Ross. I’d say, ‘Hello, Miss Ross if you’re nasty.’ It’s a Janet Jackson [reference].

 

Interviews are edited. C.J. can be contacted at cj@startribune.com and seen on Fox 9’s “Buzz.”



 

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