In response to Whitney Port’s recent interview that Olivia Palermo is just as horrible as she is portrayed on The City, Palermo fired back, saying that the show is, “absolutely not reality,” and it’s a “business decision.” If she’s telling the truth, I’m confused. Shouldn’t her overall “business” goal be a positive portrayal? I certainly would not agree to appear on a reality television show as the bitchy villain. If I were Olivia watching the first season, I would immediately call Mtv and ask to be released from my contract. And that goes for all the reality television villains, including Scott Disick and Spencer Pratt. I wonder what their childhood goals were. “Hi Mommy, when I grow up I want to be on television, and I want to play a douchebag.”
If you watched The Hills or The City on MTV, you might remember the drama-free Whitney Port. She managed to stay classy in crazy town, and she’s riding the success of her MTV career with a new book. She appeared on Chelsea Lately, and after watching the interview below, I have absolutely no idea what the book is about. Chelsea said there is “good advice” in the book, and then asked Whitney how to get rid of terrible party guests. Whitney then said she had no idea, and she usually just “lets it play out.” Wow, I’m going hit Borders tomorrow and pick that up. Nothing like getting advice from someone that has no advice to give. At least she bad-mouthed Olivia Palermo, though. I love a good cat-fight.