If entrepreneur Sinéad Burke hasn't been on your radar just yet, then it's time to remedy that very quickly. The Dublin writer, blogger, activist, and general all-round hero has been making appearances at a number of high-brow events and chat shows of late.

In the very beginning, Sinéad Burke began her own blog as a teacher, which led to her own TED talk, which led to her attending the MET Gala, and eventually being on the cover of Vogue Magazine. She famously gave a cracking interview on 'Late Night with Seth Myers' just last year too.

She is also the host of her own podcast, called 'As Me with Sinéad' where she has been joined by the likes of Jamie-Lee Curtis, Hozier, and Victoria Beckham - so she is fast becoming an important name in terms of fashion, Irishness, and flying the flag for those of us who may be a little bit different.

Sinéad's latest chat-show appearance was on 'The Kelly Clarkson Show', hosted by the superstar. Joined on the sofa by 'The Vampire Diaries' star Paul Wesley and comedian Lilly Singh, Sinéad tells of her struggle as a little person while having a passion for fashion, with her physical limitations. She speaks of growing up in Ireland, going shopping with her younger sisters, and not being able to wear "normal" clothing.

Sinéad tells Kelly: "Why do we not all get to participate? Because it's part of our identity, it touches our skin. [...] We all struggle. We all feel alone. We all feel like we can't do things, or are not represented. And what happens when we realise that - so does Kelly Clarkson?"

Here's the full interview for you.