The show has 2020 described for you? I hate to say that, you know what, but I feel like it was Selling Sunset! Everyone thought about it, everybody watched it.
It was nuts.
It was sort of 2020 to sell Sunset. During the lockdown, what show kept you on your toes? There are a lot of reality shows I watch.
I, frankly, love the Kardashians.
And I love 90 Day Fiancé: I watch all those shows on TLC before the 90 Days and Happily Ever After. The best show that I discovered during the lockdown was 90 Day Fiancé.
I’d never seen it before, and I just got so hooked.
It was the first time that I’d ever seen such a display. About the reunion? Oh, my gosh girl, I am alive! I only love Colt and Larissa [from 90 Day Fiancé].
All I want is to see more of them, and they’re my favorites.
Just about them, I want a movie. What series did this year surprise you? The Tiger King shocked me so much.
I didn’t know what it was about at first and I was like, “Oh, Tiger? I like tigers, cool.” And then I was like, “Wait, murder? Girl!” Then I started watching it with Davina [Selling Sunset actress], and suddenly it took some dark turns. Who was your year’s TV villain? [from Tiger King]Carole Baskin.
Me and Carole Baskin. After Selling Sunset became a success, how has life been? After the first season, you first joined Instagram – how did you find social media? Honestly, that was nuts.
I come from an acting background, I’m classically educated, and I’m funny as hell.
And I thought people would know that this is a show, and I’m offering a show to them! It would cut the scenes and say to the actors, “Hey, girl, are you good? That was funny. That was a good one!” It was like I was the only one who got the joke for me.
It was really rough at first, I’m not going to lie.
Social media has become a curious reality check about how bored and dissatisfied people are. You just have to give them attention. That’s what I started doing – I just keep doing my thing and realize it’s getting better and better.How will you wow fans with your wardrobe next year? It’s like Lady Gaga and the meat dress, because I don’t know what the hell I’m going to do next – I feel like I’ve set the bar so high! I want to keep styling myself – I have so many people saying, “I want to style you,” but I’m like, “No, that’s not me.
I’ve been playing around with designers a lot this past season, but I’ve discovered new designers that I love that aren’t as popular.
I want to support designers who are doing cool shit and need to be recognized. That’s my goal for next season. – Selling Sunset is on Netflix