TDQ: Tell us about Getcha Weight Up
Blue: It’s a little group that my friends made up. Who knows, it might turn into something big. “Getcha Weight Up” is a term that means do better or get better.
TDQ: You graduated from the same high school as Megan Fox. Surely that fact has opened some doors for you in the entertainment industry, right?
Blue: Not yet but I’m sure it will in the future! PSL is a small area and I just might have to move down to Miami to be around all the action.
TDQ: What’s the comedy scene like right now where you live, in South Florida?
Blue: Comedy is pretty good! I perform now at Shindig Pub and different spots in S. FL during the week. I try to perform at least four times a week. It’s tough but it will pay off. I also have a show April 19th in Kissimmee for Orlando, Jacksonville and Tampa colleges.
This week’s TDQ Q&A features comedian Martel Blue, in his first interview. Clearly, his career can only go up. Martel talks to us about starting out as a comedian, his hope for Ashton and Demi and the phone call he expects to get after this interview runs. Here is this week’s TDQ Q&A with Martel Blue:
The Daily Quarterly: How did you hear about thedailyquarterly.com?
Martel Blue: Well I got a message on Facebook and a mention from twitter. I checked the page out. Pretty nice stuff.
TDQ: How excited are you that The Daily Quarterly asked you for an interview?
Blue: I’m really excited! I never had an interview before so if I ever get famous you might want to save this. ;).
TDQ: Would you describe the hilarity that The Daily Quarterly brings every day as “epic” or “awe-inspiring?”
Blue: My favorite article so far is the one about “hand squeezed orange juice.” I don’t know why, but sarcastic humor has always been funny to me.