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Lyndsi Lewis was born in New Orleans, Louisiana in July 1990. She grew up in New Orleans, and later Slidell, Louisiana where she attended Slidell High School before graduating in 2008. She earned her B.A. in Mass Communication from the Louisiana State University Manship School in 2012.