2015

What year did worth it come out?

2015

Is Andrew from BuzzFeed married?

Andrew Ilnyckyj is not yet married but he has a girlfriend whose identity is not known. The fans who shipped him and Ashley were dangerously pissed when it was alleged that he left Ashdrew because of his girlfriend who was no longer comfortable with comments from fans as well as their shipping.

Why did Kristin divorce Jay?

Jay and Kristin initially said they made a “loving conclusion” to split and have “nothing but love and respect” for each other, but the days right after were full of cheating rumors, allegations of “inappropriate marital conduct,” custody battles (they have three kids!), and the world’s most tense living situation.

What nationality is Steven Lim?

Steven is of Chinese and Malaysian descent; but is originally from Ohio.

How do you pitch a Wired story?

How do you write a wire?

If you’re interested in applying, please send your CV with a cover letter to pawanjot@thewire.in, cc: arfa@thewire.in and mention “Multimedia Producer” in the email subject. Dalit, Adivasi, OBC and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. The Wire is the most exciting News start-up in the digital space in India.

Does Steven still work at BuzzFeed?

In late 2019, Bergara and Madej started their own digital production company, Watcher Entertainment, with Worth It’s Steven Lim. However, the two are still employed at BuzzFeed as freelance producers, and continued BuzzFeed Unsolved with a 12th season in March 2020.

Does ladylike still exist?

It’s our new style and beauty brand that’s all about confidence, inclusiveness, and body positivity.

What happened to the original worth it guy?

Worth It, launched in September of 2016, is BuzzFeed’s “flagship food show”, starring BuzzFeed video producers Steven Lim and Andrew Ilnyckyj (Keith Habersberger of The Try Guys originally co-hosted the program with Steven, but was replaced by Andrew after two episodes due to scheduling conflicts).

How do you get published in Wired?

Send pitches with complete drafts to opinion@wired.com. Include the phrase “Op-Ed Pitch” in the subject line of your email message, along with a sentence that sums up your thesis or idea. Tell us about yourself and your relevant experience.