About Bruce‘s interview with Diane Sawyer, Kim said, “It was amazing. He got such a great response, such a supportive response, and that means the world to him. This was a big step for him. He can feel the love [and the support]. That makes him so happy.”
“I’m trying to hook him up with designers now,” added Kim. No, Bruce! No! Run!
Kim said she promised Bruce she’d help him every step of the way … as long as he doesn’t try to steal her glam team. “I’m like, ‘That’s not going to work. You gotta find your own team. If you are going to do this, you have to do it right. You have to look amazing, and I’ll help you.'” #priorities
We are now in the third season of The City, and the question every seems to want an answer to is does Olivia Palermo act off camera as she does on the show?
Olivia, who has been on the show since its first season, is portrayed as being arrogant and overly domineering on the MTV hit show.
In a new interview with Zap2it, Olivia’s castmate Roxy Olin reveals that she might be even worse off camera. “Olivia is like that or even worse,” Roxy tells Zap2it. “I don’t know where the entitlement came from. I was raised with no matter what job you have, you treat everyone equal. “
Roxy adds, “My mom (Patricia Wettig of “Brothers & Sisters”) is from Nowheresville and earned every penny, so every penny counts. Olivia acts so privileged. Have you even earned it? I can’t comprehend it, even if you are so rich or so out there.”
“It’s so cutthroat in the fashion world, why take yourself that seriously?” Roxy wonders. “What do you gain from it? It must be really lonely for Olivia. Don’t you want to be involved and have someone to talk to? I guess she makes good TV. Maybe she will look at herself and say, ‘I look like an idiot’.”
Oddly enough, Olivia, who failed to get an important interview with Marc Jacobs on the last episode, faces the threat of being fired on the next episode of The City.
TELL US – WHAT ARE YOUR THOUGHTS ON OLIVIA, SHOULD SHE BE FIRED?