Olivia Munn Explains Dog Walking App Wag To Trevor Noah on 'The Daily Show' - Watch Here!

Olivia Munn Explains Dog Walking App Wag To Trevor Noah on 'The Daily Show' - Watch Here!

Olivia Munn is chic and sophisticated in a suit while making her way inside The Daily Show with Trevor Noah on Tuesday (September 19) in New York City.

The 37-year-old actress talked all about voicing a character in the upcoming LEGO Ninjago Movie and also discussed her investments in apps like Uber and the dog-walking service Wag.

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“SO excited to announce that I’ve joined the #1 Dog Walking App @wag as Creative Strategist and proud investor,” Olivia announced on her Instagram post. “I’m incredibly passionate about making dog ownership easier and more accessible for everyone. I want everyone to be able to experience the joy I’ve had with Chance & Frankie and Wag! helps make that possible. I had a blast co-producing this commercial with the founders!”


Olivia Munn – ‘The Daily Show with Trevor Noah’

FYI: Olivia is wearing a Styland suit and Chloe Gosselin shoes.

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  • William Lawson

    It’s unbelievable that this woman is willing to sacrifice any commitment she has to animal welfare by investing in and working for a company like Wag. They have very limited oversight of their walkers and, according to the Facebook page “Find Buddy,” started by a dog owner whose dog was lost by a Wag sitter, they even tried to offer her thousands of dollars to keep quiet about it. Pet care is NOT a suitable candidate for million dollar investment and corporate management. Wag calls itself an “Uber for dog walkers.” Do you really want to be using an Uber for dog walkers to order care for your loved ones. They have sacrificed animal welfare for profit and have flooded the market with amateur dog walkers who receive no training and do not work to a strict set of safety guidelines. Give them a miss.