New ‘Round Here: Annie Andersen, “Not That Bad”

Annie Andersen shares her story at the first All Y'all Live event, "New 'Round Here."
Annie Andersen shares her story at the first All Y’all Live event, “New ‘Round Here.” Photo by Debbie Lynn Hollis.

Annie Andersen thought that she was pretty bad, but when she was cast in the Oxygen Network’s hit reality television series Bad Girls Club, she realized that there’s bad — and then there’s really bad. Annie shared a few of her experiences as a member of the Bad Girls Club – which included getting punched, hanging out at Suge Knight’s house and being fed fiberglass-laced cookies – onstage during the first All Y’all Live event, “New ‘Round Here.” Here’s Annie’s story:

At the time that we recorded Annie’s story, she was a reporter for KMSS Fox 33, a television station based in Shreveport. Annie’s story fascinated us because so much of her life has been broadcast on, and shaped by, television.

Here’s Annie’s KMSS report on Mudbug Madness, an annual crawfish festival held in Shreveport:

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All Y’all Live: Ladies Night will be held on Saturday, March 14!
Our next live storytelling event, All Y’all Live: Ladies Night, will be held at 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 14 at the Women’s Department Club in Shreveport. The evening will feature six (or seven) true stories told live without notes by amazing women. Tickets are $10 each and can be purchased online here. Advance ticket purchase is recommended, as past All Y’all Live events have sold out in advance.

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