Singer-songwriter Megan Trainor came to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta to visit patients and appear on-air at Seacrest Studios. Meghan and one of her back-up dancers spent over 45 minutes chatting with the patients … taking photos and selfies … and autographing items for everybody who asked. During her interview with DJ Dan Blankowski and a Q & A session with the in-studio audience, Meghan admitted that she’s a “tomboy,” and actually played organized football in grade school … playing center on the offensive line of the same team with her two brothers!
Meghan also said she’s single and unattached, and “desperate” (her word) for a great boyfriend! She’s VERY active on Instagram and posts photos several times a day. She asked her fans to follow her on Instagram, where she promised to release future songs and videos to her fans before being available to the public, along with her personal photos and videos. Meghan also RAVED about the facilities of Seacrest Studios in Atlanta. She told Dano, “Usually my radio interviews are in little, dark crammed rooms, but this is GORGEOUS … and so big,” as she looked around the studio and the surroundings of Children’s! "All About That Bass" is the debut single by Meghan Trainor. Meghan explains, "I wrote this song because I myself struggle with this concept of self-acceptance. It was written from a real place so I’m glad that other people can relate to it." We hope Meghan returns to Children’s the next time she’s in Atlanta!