Would you miss Kimora’s “Life In The Fab Lane” if it disappeared tomorrow?
During a recent press run in Malaysia, Kimora hinted that may happen sooner than later. It doesn’t mean she’ll be all the way out of the spotlight though.
When asked if there is a fifth season for Life in the Fab Lane as E! is currently repeating the fourth season, Kimora said: “I’m not currently shooting but I think there may be a season five and maybe six.
“I lost count and the network counts differently. I shoot all my life and they lump it together.
“That said, I think the state of reality TV is going down the tubes. I’m not proud of it and I’m not proud of how women are depicted. I’m not proud of how when you turn on the TV, you (the reality stars) are fighting and scratching and cursing at your mum and you are naked.
“My show has none of that and we are No.1. That shows that you can be No.1 with a little dignity and respect and you don’t have to be naked [to do that].”
According to Kimora, it all started years ago when she was doing a docu-drama.
“I was doing this show which documented my life. Then it turned into this crazy thing called reality which to me is so obscene at times.
“So I’m shifting from that and I want to go closer to my heart and my passion which is about empowerment, speaking and connecting our lives.”
Kimora has been talking to TV and cable networks to do a different kind of show and hopes to kick off that series in the Southeast Asian region first.
Isn’t it a little counterproductive to cancel your “positive woman of color reality show” because there’s too much trash on TV for the same young women you target?