>>832 All I know about Bustle is from an article about its slightly controversial startup. It does have a staff of permanent writers/editors, but no editor-in-chief. Also, a number of its contributions come from freelance 'authors' - think, underpaid interns. These 'authors' are the ones who tend to write the laughable (TH) articles. Some are little more than a series of tumblr gifs with captions. I would imagine, therefore, that this is a permanent writer who has enough pull to get a quick sit-down with EO. Bustle does get a lot of hits and has established itself as a 'feminist' online mag, so getting a quick sit-down wouldn't be too hard.
Why did she need to put her jacket on for an indoor interview?