Oh wow… Guess those extra 20 TV-pounds really motivated Laura to get back to her pre-mommy shape.
Over the weekend, Laura did a new photo shoot with photographer Jon Divad to commemorate her weight loss. You like?
During wardrobe changes, she talked to NecoleBitchie.com about the “Angry Birds of L.A.” criticism she and the other girls get.
Thus far I think it just gives a portrayal of the drama, the entertainment that people really want to see but it’s really not our characters in real life and who we are. Just from the beginning it hasn’t given a range of who we are. It just shows the hoopla and the drama. For us, our interest wasn’t so much about Draya. That was not the focal point of the entire show from what it comes off to be. The moments and snippets that we did talk about her was just pushed, pushed, and pushed. It was like okay, out of the two hours that we filmed we talked about her maybe 30 seconds and that’s what you guys showed and you showed and you keep showing. It’s like “Okay, what is this about?”
It was completely exaggerated. We talked about so much more. She was not a factor in what we were doing or what we were talking about [all of the time]. I would say that the show made it [seem] like that and why I don’t know.
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