Alana Blanchard To Be On The Daily Habit

Alana Blanchard.

Alana Blanchard.

Airing Wednesday, February 16 at 11:30 pm ET/PT and telecast several additional times, we sit down with smoking hot pro surfer Alana Blanchard to catch up on bikinis and her upcoming return to the WCT. Plus, we welcome FMX bad boy from VH1’s “The X Life,” Jeremy “Twitch” Stenberg. Twitch reveals why he left the Metal Mulisha and pays tribute to his good friend, Jeremy Lusk, on the second anniversary of his passing. Joining Twitch on panel is Miss California USA 2010, Nicole Johnson and special TDH Correspondent, Amy Paffrath.

The panel talks hard guys with soft tats, children driving motorcycles and fat pageant moms. Also, we sit down with smoking hot pro surfer Alana Blanchard to catch up on bikinis and her upcoming return to the WCT. Plus, today’s chart-topping musical guest Far East Movement hits the Stride Sound Stage with a performance of “Rocketeer.”

“The Daily Habit” is FUEL TV’s first original daily series, telecast weeknights at 11:30pm ET/PT. “The Daily Habit” features the biggest risk-taking athletes and the most influential faces in entertainment and brings them together on one stage to discuss everything from “stuff that matters to guys” to “trends that need to end.” If you ever wondered who the people were that did the things that make you say “holy crap!” … then you should probably watch this show. There’s also a ton of hot chicks, hilarious comedy and the greatest band performances ever.

Amy Paffrath, Alana Blanchard, and Pat Parnell.

Amy Paffrath, Alana Blanchard, and Pat Parnell.

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