One of our girls had the opportunity to interview Catt Sadler this past weekend and here's a recap of her visit to Indiana University.
"For anyone who follows Catt Sadler on Snapchat you probably know where she spent her weekend. For those of you who don’t, she visited her alma mater Indiana University to host Hoosier Hysteria. Along with her little family of four by her side all weekend she also brought along 29 family members from her home town, Martinsville, IN, for most of her adventures during her stay.
Though most of her time in Bloomington was spent catching up with family that she seldom gets to see, she also spent a little time reliving her days as a Hoosier. She visited her old sorority Chi Omega for a tour around the house to see all the renovations that have been made in the almost 20 years since she was an active member. She also spent time at some of her most memorable spots from when she lived on campus: the Blue Bird, Nicks, and Assembly Hall to name a few.
Though her visit to Assembly Hall was nostalgic, her reason for her visit was actually to host the annual kick off to the Hoosiers basketball season, Hoosier Hysteria.
Before the event Catt participated in a short press conference that opened the floor to media. Throughout the press conference Catt was asked to reflect on her time spent as a Hoosier and as expected, she confessed her love for Hoosier basketball and all the fun the campus provided her along with the memories she still holds close to her heart.
Catt told us that her sons, Austin and Arion, have Hoosier blood running through their bodies. This was surprising because the boys have, for the most part, been raised in Los Angeles for the last ten years. It is there dream to play for the Hoosiers some day and though Catt frequently tells them of all her Real Housewives and Kardashian adventures they are far more excited that their mom is friends with the Crean Family.
After spending a short time chatting with Catt after the press conference I was shocked that she was even sweeter and more down to earth than I had expected. She was so relatable and all around awesome, a true Indiana girl at heart. LA has not taken a toll on her pure heart and humble soul. She had mentioned to me that she was “kind of nervous” for the press conference because she had never been the subject of one before. She later joked on her Snapchat captioning a shot of her at the desk “I should have been a basketball coach.”
It was very refreshing to learn that even though Catt is one of the few that “made it big” she did not lose sight of her roots. She doesn’t hold herself above others even though some, like myself, see her as being capable of creating the earth. I am grateful to have had the opportunity to witness her presence off of the television screen."
Written by: Sierra Hignite
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