The Circle: Everything You Need to Know About Courtney And His Pop Culture Show

The Circle: Everything You Need to Know About Courtney And His Pop Culture Show

The second season of The Circle has been out on Netflix for only a minute and Courtney Revolution is already a fan favorite. With a last name like Revolution, how could he not be? He was basically made for this. A 28-year-old creative from Los Angeles, CA, Courtney describes himself as a “sweet little sunflower,” even though he says the biggest misconception he gets is that he “looks like a b*tch.” After binging the first four episodes in one sitting (yes, we did that), it’s so obvious Courtney is anything but that!

On The Circle, Courtney is a “coffee slinging hero,” who loves “to laugh” and “live [his] life out and proud.” While the latter of that is true, back in California he’s actually the host of a pop culture internet show and podcast not a barista. Anxious the other The Circle contestants would catch on to his journalistic skills and “nosy” questions, Courtney altered his job title for the sake of possibly winning a $100,000 prize.

Pre-pandemic, Courtney was one half of Hollyscoop’s The Morning Tea, a show dedicated to celebrity news. Nowadays, he’s the voice and digital creator behind his very own pop culture show called Green Chair Chats, which he’s been hosting for over a year on his YouTube channel CourtneyRevolution. The one-hour internet show explores breaking entertainment news and reality TV while dishing out a piping cup of Hollywood tea. A pop culture enthusiast through-and-through, the west coast native also hosts the celebrity culture podcast Overheard in the Pantry with his friend and fellow celebrity fan Phylesha.

Keep up on all things Courtney (@courtneyrevolution) by following him on Instagram and if you find yourself becoming a real Courtney stan, he’s got CourtneyRevolution merch available too! Be sure to tune into The Circle on Netflix, where new episodes drop weekly.

Lydia Livingston

Lydia is the newest member of the Genesis Brand family and has fit into the culture seamlessly. After graduating college, three years ago, Lydia made the transition to west coast life after her early years in NYC. She's an avid tennis player, animal rights activist and aspiring vegan chef.

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