“I was a little nervous at the time,” admits the author now.
They may have played “Blow Out” in the afternoon, but it appears Monday in “Bravo’s Blasts from the Past” “Look at What Happens Immediately,” Jonathan Antin remembered what hurt him the most UPS.
The famous hair stylist led the real Bravo show from 2004-2006, a show that lasted for three seasons and lasted a few months since the first “Real Housewives” license was launched.
Antin, like the real real stars of that era, is known to have been – as Andy Cohen put them – “hot head” on “Blow Out.” Fifteen years after the demonstration, he said it had not changed much.
“I don’t think I’m going to be a hot head. I think you can prove this,” Antin said. “Those were good old days.”
He went on to respond to minor disagreements with Cohen all the time – claiming that “there was a serious” cause. exhaustion camera, telling Andy, “as you know.”
Asked if he had any regrets, Cohen realized that he could not wait to hear Antin’s answer, perhaps realizing that what he had already done was coming back.
“Maybe fighting you for what you said was real is starting to move forward on the family road,” Antin recalled. I said, “I’m not living with my family and that’s it” and you said, “Well, that’s fine, then the show is over and that’s it. I’m sorry.” “
“And how did it go?” asked Cohen. “That’s how it went, so I’m sorry about this, Andy,” added Antin
When Andy said, “I feel like there’s more to this than that,” Antin admitted that there was “maybe a little bit more” and added, “I was a little bit nervous at the time.”
He was also asked what he missed most during his stay in Bravo.
“Except to fight you?” asked Antin, before saying he was “very popular every day” and lacked the feeling of being a real “pioneer” of TV at the time.
Today, she is still married to Sescie Karabuykov, who just celebrated her 15th wedding anniversary. The two children of the couple – Asher and Jocie – are now 15 and 13 years old, respectively. He also revealed that he sold his DIRT sales line, but he has something on the way that is “10 times better.”
After the story, Cohen took to Twitter and responded to another viewer’s tweet for Antin to return to take over his entire WWHL stake to “fulfill his grievances” with Andy. “It can take more than half an hour,” he laughed.