Celebrity insider, style maven, diva favorite, bestselling author, and America’s top red carpet guru Steven Cojocaru (Cojo) is known for his memorable and intimate sit-downs with today’s biggest and most sought-after stars. Cojo has conducted standout interviews with Oprah Winfrey, Julia Roberts, Gwyneth Paltrow, Demi Moore, Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears, Halle Berry, Jennifer Aniston, and George Clooney, among other A-listers. His unique blend of quick wit, dish, fashion frisson, and humor have made him a must-see presence at major media events, from the Oscars and Emmys to the Golden Globes, MTV Video Music Awards, the Venice Film Festival, and more. Cojo grew up in the suburbs of Montreal as a “glam-obsessed junior fashionista.” At age 16, he cold-called the Montreal Gazette’s legendary fashion editor Iona Monaghan and pitched a men’s fashion column idea. By the early ‘90s, he had joined Canada’s top fashion magazine, Flare, and was writing his own column, “Flare was There.” Covering über galas, celebrity gatherings, fabulous fashion parties, and any event attended by the social set, Cojo took his first steps on the red carpet and was on the path to fashion stardom. He moved to Hollywood, where he nearly starved working as a temp and spritzing “Opium” cologne at Robinson’s May before beginning to write freelance for People Magazine’s “Style Watch” page. Cojo also wrote “Hot Shots,” a syndicated fashion column that ran in more than 100 newspapers across North America. He moved up at People, and soon launched his popular “Behind the Seams” column. Cojo was invited to appear on E!, VH1, MTV, and a host of other television channels to opine on fashion as a representative of People. In 2000, Cojo was asked by the “Today Show” to appear, live, from a Paris runway. An immediate hit, he was weekly style correspondent on the “Today Show” for four years. In 2003, Cojo became a full-time correspondent for “Entertainment Tonight,” and in 2004 expanded his diva duties on the ET spin-off series, “The Insider.” He has been beamed live around the world on the Oscar pre-show, appeared for two consecutive years on “American Idol,” making over the finalists, hosted the VH1 specials for Sex and the City and “Cojo’s Best and Worst Dressed of the Year,” and co-hosted the CBS-TV primetime television special “Red Carpet Confidential.” Cojo is frequently seen as the style expert on “The Dr. Phil Show” and “Rachel Ray.” His first book, RED CARPET DIARIES: Confessions of a Glamour Boy, was published in 2003 and became a national bestseller. In it, Cojo shared the story of his journey from outsider and outcast teen to fashion celebrity. Cojo’s second book, Glamour Interrupted, chronicling his battle and ultimate survival with kidney disease, was a national bestseller in 2008. He received a kidney from his mother Amelia in October 2005. Cojo lives in Los Angeles where he continues to stir things up on the best red carpets for Entertainment Tonight., as well as make starlets shake in their stilettos at the thought of being placed on his notorious Worst Dressed list on ET.