Four year old children are rarely compared to Barbara Walters, but that is exactly who Joslyn Davis’ pediatrician likened her to. While at her “four year old check-up” Joslyn’s doctor was testing her motor skills and asking her what he thought to be somewhat tricky questions: “What’s your name? How old are you? What color is my watch?” He got the answers that he expected but what he did not expect was for his little patient to interrogate him right back! She asked him, “Well, what’s YOUR name?” and “How old are YOU?” He looked to Joslyn’s mom and said, “I think we’ve got the next Barbara Walters on our hands!”
It appears as though Joslyn’s pediatrician was on to something. While attending the University of California, Irvine, Joslyn completed various internships in the media world and spent a semester studying at Carlos III University in Madrid, Spain before graduating with a bachelor’s degree in English and a minor in Spanish.
Joslyn Davis currently hosts and executive produces the number-one most-viewed entertainment news show for young Hollywood news online, ClevverTV, where she’s interviewed stars like Robert Pattinson, Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber, Ian Somerhalder, the cast of “Pretty Little Liars,” bands like the All American Rejects, and many others! ClevverTV recently joined YouTube’s 1-Billion views club, a substantial marker for success in the new media world. Joslyn currently serves as an executive producer at Clevver Media, which was recently acquired by Alloy Digital, and is the number-one most-viewed entertainment network on YouTube. Joslyn has also been seen recently hosting and reporting for ProjectRunway.com, Designing Spaces: Think Green on HGTV, Teen.com, California Adventure TV (KCAL), and on Australia’s Top National morning show, “Sunrise” to name a few. When Joslyn isn’t busy hunting down a story or conducting an interview, she spends time writing her own blog, shooting vlogs, obsessing over social media, globe-trotting, spending time with her family, eating popcorn, high-fiving random people, going to concerts and volunteering with her favorite non-profit Music Saves Lives.