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He was playing a part, and to me it was obvious that there wasn't real emotion behind that -- it was him just going through the motions." .
"Where if I was like, 'Hi, I'm a random person off the street, will you hear my idea?
" If the show comes to fruition, do not expect time to have mellowed her.
"I'm not going to be walking on eggshells," she says, "I'm fucking blasting through that shit." , would she still be with Bret?
He later proposed to Kristi Gibson on his reality show, "Bret Michaels: Life As I Know It," but they called it off in 2012.
Appearing on "The Steve Harvey Show" for the series' "Where Are They Now?
She also owns a social media management company called Kinni Creative. Although she often tells people looking for advice on doing reality TV to run in the opposite direction -- "there's no way to emotionally prepare yourself for what you're about to see" -- she doesn't know how she could say no to doing it all over again.
"It was one of the most fun experiences I ever had, and one of the most chaotic, dramatic, exhausting, you name it. " she suspects it was exacerbated by the production company ignoring her special dietary needs).
For three seasons, the reality "romance" contest played out in a land of rock 'n' roll, sex, and alcohol, where fake boobs are referred to by a contestant as the "best birthday present I got from my parents last year" and the runner-up is stuck with "Bret" tattooed on the back of her neck.
"We all have people that we just instantly are like, "Oooh, I wanna be with that guy,' and then there's like, 'Oh, that guy is fucking awesome, I want him to be my best buddy.' And Bret sort of fell in that [friend] category...
Even if I had been romantically interested in him, I knew right away that that was not why he was here...
But what happens after you walk out the door once Bret decides not to ask you to stay and "continue to rock my world"?
We caught up with five former contestants to hear about life after getting stabbed by the rose's thorn.
She supports Trump because "he's kind of like me, he speaks the truth, he doesn't care if it hurts you, he just tells it the way it is." Frenchy says people don't understand what's going on in the world and have been conditioned by the news and the TV.