People often think that becoming famous overnight will fill that big gaping hole inside them. You know, that hole that’s normally filled with delicious cupcakes, booze and cocks.
Many folks dream of being on Reality TV, unaware that they may already be living their dream life, and forgotten to celebrate the fabulous things they already have.
Would being on reality TV really make things better for you, or is it just putting your soul on lay-a-way for the devil?
Today, Chef Jamie Laurita and his partner Rich Lane, who most recently got married on the Real Housewives of New Jersey join us to talk about the ins and outs of being a reality TV star.
Besides their family connections, Jamie’s developed friendships with reality TV divas, like Michelle Visage from RuPaul’s Drag Race, and the differently beautiful voluptuous “Big Ang” from Mob Wives, who really isn’t really married to the mob.
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