Missguided Discovered x The Beat London: Miss P
Exclusive interview with co-host of Xcuse Me Miss
We have teamed up with The Beat London radio station to bring you Babes of The Beat. This iconic partnership includes exclusive interviews from the radio hosts, as well as a discount for The Beat London listeners.
We chatted with Miss Pauline, a.k.a Miss P, to find out about life in lockdown, her fave tunes and the scoop on her cohost.
If you don’t already know, get to know. Miss P hosts Xcuse Me Miss on The Beat London with her friend and co-presenter Cindy Temi. With a mixture of chat, good music and laughs, the pair focus on lifestyle, business, fashion and more.
Each week they will be placing the spotlight on these women with music and interviews from some of the finest female artists and leading ladies in their respective fields. Thursday is the new Friday! and Thursdays on The Beat is Ladies Night! So make sure to tune in for the freshest music, current news and hottest trends!
Interview with Miss P
How long have you been at The Beat London?
3 years now. I have been on 3 shows during my time there. I met my co-host of the first show at a club. He was working the door and I desperately need to charge my phone to continue to take selfies in the club. We got talking at it turned out he was looking for a new cohost. I trialled out and the rest is history. I then had my own show. I then took a little break from radio, but I wanted to come back and wanted to come back strong – Cindy was the first person that came to mind!
What has been your most surreal career moment so far?
Being sent to major events to cover on behalf of the Beat and having my own solo RnB show.
Three words to describe your show for someone who has never listened before?
Fresh, Fun and Fabulous
Favourite teenage album growing up?
Destiny Child – The Writing’s on the Wall
Do you think enough is being done for women in the radio and music industry?
I love how women are really taking up space across all the different genres, it is great to see. Growing up we had more females just doing RnB, slow songs or as features. But now you have the likes of City Girls, Ms Banks and Ivorian Doll in Rap/Hip Hop genre. Tiwa Savage and Teni blowing up the Afrobeats genre also. I think I would love to see more female DJs brought to the forefront.
“I love how women are really taking up space across all the different genres, it is great to see.”Miss P – The Beat London
What do you like best about working with Cindy?
Her energy, bants and the fact she loves pictures as much as I do.
How have you had to adapt your work during the pandemic?
We are currently recording from home. I have invested in some equipment, to ensure we maintain the standards. Although I can’t give you the weekly snapchat videos of me singing and dancing in the studio, the energy is STILL there.
“Although I can’t give you the weekly snapchat videos of me singing and dancing in the studio, the energy is STILL there.”Miss P- The Beat London
What does a typical day in lockdown look like for you?
Morning devotional, then shower, get ready and log onto the laptop for my corporate role. Moved house the middle of last year and currently decorating, so a lot time watching Youtube or scrolling through Instagram for interior ideas – during my break of course…
What can we expect from the show in 2021?
Hopefully some more visual content at shows/concerts, giveaways and a the Mister of the week on occasion
Quickfire questions with Miss P 🔥
Last show you bingewatched?
Emily in Paris
Most worn item of clothing?
Black skinny jeans
No.1 comfort food?
Banana cake and custard!
1 book that EVERYONE should read?
The Art of Communication by Thich Nhat Hanh
What is your cohost’s worst habit?
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