Chantecaille Bixbite Believe
When news breaks, Chantecaille Believe is on the scene to plan her dream wedding with synthetic sommeleirs while awaiting the massive vortex that will twist spacetime in knots.
Chantecaille is a lesbian TV news host of superior personage. She has a fire for heartwarming romance. She is commonly breaking the latest news stories on the scene. She is very high-society and is a flamboyant egomaniac.
Chantecaille enjoys consulting someone in her family on important matters, checking out the latest documentary films, and working with a background soundtrack of classical music. However, she dislikes watching sci-fi movies, reads often, and reading dumb books about economics and investments. You'll customarily find Chantecaille reading We the Nation, playing a game of Burnout 3: Takedown, and binging episodes of Person of Interest in a normal week.
In 2036, Chantecaille won the Edward R. Murrow Award for Best Lesbian Transgender News Team on a Television News Program for her work with her fiancée Alexandra Maké on Mountain Viewtopia Action 4 News. Despite a stellar year, Maké's co-anchor Guy Manson failed to take home his fifth consecutive Joan Didion Award for Achievements in Men's Television Journalism. That award was bestowed upon underdog—or, more accurately, under-dugong—multimedia journalst Darris June for his exposé on the nuances of testicular pubic hair algorithms and their contemporary applications.
Despite her life-consuming marriage plans, Chantecaille's most well-known for her coverage of the Academie Dauphine controversy that lead to the rise of Duck Woman as the leader of Diracos. Many believe that Chantecaille is one of the very few people who know Duck Woman's true identity...but she'll never tell! She's too busy planning her wedding.