Emily Austin, at Only 20 Years has Built Quite the Path for her Future

Emily Austin is a rising star, television broadcaster, social media influencer, and model.

At only 18, Emily started her own show called, “Daily Vibes with Emily” where she hosts athletes, mostly NBA players, as her guests.

“During the pandemic, I had a lot of free time and opportunity to think about what I wanted to do in the future” she shared in an interview.

“That’s when I started Daily Vibes with Emily. These athletes were all at home just as I was, and it was a great opportunity to reach out.”

Some of Daily Vibes guests have included; New York Knicks’ Immanuel Quickley, and Mitchell Robinson. Enes Kanter, “Uncle” Jeff Green, Jalen Brunson & many more.”

Expanding her opportunity, she was invited to host a few episodes of “Music Lives On” produced by LiveXLive.

It was no surprise when shortly after Emily was hosting “Social Gloves, Battle of the Platforms” at The Hard Rock Stadium.

She spent the entirety of the night interviewing the top social media icons such as Bryce Hall, Vinnie Hacker, Tayler Holder, Nate Wyatt, & more.

She also racked up quite a social media following for herself. She has half a million followers on Tiktok, and hundreds of thousands of Instagram followers.

She is working closely with many brands including Puma, Boxycharm, People’s Beauty, and more.

Emily often shares what she’s up to on her socials, including her recent involvement with the Long Island Nets, which is the Brooklyn Nets affiliate G-League team

Emily is represented by Wasserman, a prestigious agency that is known to represent many artists and celebrities.

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