The host of the podcast Cancelled with Tana Mongeau is no stranger to cancel culture. Tana Mongeau spent most of her young adulthood making a name for herself on YouTube. During that time, she was close to getting canceled on several occasions. For example, there was one time that she got caught at a party during the COVID-19 lockdowns. Another example was when a fellow creator accused her of racial microaggressions and using the N-word. There have been multiple apology videos in Mongeau's past. She always does her best to take accountability, learn, and grow as a person.
So when Mongeau got a chance to start a podcast, Cancelled with Tana Mongeau seemed like the obvious title choice. After all, speaking for an hour straight was a sure way to say something she'll regret. But Mongeau was willing to take that chance, having learned from past mistakes. Not only that, she wanted to talk to other creators and influencers in the same position.
On Cancelled, the host shares the stage with her good friend Brooke Schofield. The influencer is famous on TikTok thanks to her past as a restaurant hostess to celebrities. Together, the pair discuss everything related to influencer culture. They talk about the pressures of having to do no wrong in the public eye. The duo explores feuds between creators or ones that they have with their peers. They speak about their personal lives and are not shy about mentioning sex. In fact, there is a lot of sex talk.
Guests who come on Cancelled with Tana Mongeau run the risk of getting into trouble. This is because there is not a lot of censorship when it comes to the conversation. But that doesn't seem to bother celebrities like Whitney Cummings or Matt Rife. They are all there to provide their opinion on cancel culture and also have some fun in the process.