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The “Canceled Podcast” comes to Washington DC

Photo by Kendyl Groisser
Brooke Schofield and Tana Mongeau were seen at the Lincoln Theatre in Washinton DC for their late night live show of the “Canceled Podcast” tour

Popular internet personalities have been growing exponentially since COVID-19. Seeking comfort in watching people on a screen, many have grown to love watching YouTube podcasts. One specifically, the “Cancelled Podcast” with YouTube star Tana Mongeau and her friend Brooke Schofield who have recently begun a podcast tour and meeting their beloved fans.

Starting in Louisiana and ending in California, the “Cancelled Tour” made a stop at Washington DC’s Lincoln Theatre on March 9. With a show at seven PM and 10 PM, fans line up to meet their favorite internet personalities.

The Canceled Podcast was created by internet personality, Tana Mongeau. She invited another internet personality and one of her best friends, Brooke Schofield onto the show and they have been cohosting the podcast ever since. On their podcasts they sit and talk with guests, tell stories, and include their audience in their normal conversations. Fans located in the DMV were ecstatic to hear that the “Canceled Podcast” tour was coming to the Lincoln Theatre.

The energy in the Lincoln Theatre was palpable as fans eagerly awaited the arrival of Tana Mongeau and Brooke Schofield for their live podcast recording. The duo, known for their candid discussions and outrageous stories, had promised an unforgettable evening filled with laughter and insight.

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As the lights dimmed and the crowd erupted into cheers, Tana and Brooke took the stage, greeted by thunderous applause. They wasted no time diving into their usual banter, sharing anecdotes from their lives and riffing off each other’s humor.

One topic that had fans buzzing was Brooke’s mention of comedian Matt Rife, her former “ex-situationship. The audience leaned in eagerly as Brooke recounted hilarious and sometimes cringe-worthy tales of her time with Matt, providing a glimpse into her life that fans rarely saw.

As the show drew to a close, the impact of Tana and Brooke’s performance had laughter echoing through the theater, with smiles on fans’ faces. Exiting the venue, Tana and Brooke’s comedic timing and heartfelt interactions left a lasting impression, evoking a shared attitude of content for the memorable experience.

The “Canceled Podcast” tour was more than just entertainment—it was an unforgettable experience for fans as they listened and laughed with Tana Mongeau and Brooke Schofield.

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Kendyl Groisser
Kendyl Groisser, Online Managing Editor
Kendyl Groisser is a senior and the Online Managing Editor for the 2023-2024 school year. This is her third year taking journalism at Churchill. She first started writing articles at her summer camp which influenced her to take it at school as well. During her free time, she enjoys playing on the Churchill Lacrosse team and hanging out with her friends.

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