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I think I liked Bret after watching his first show and I am a huge Poison fan.We have a lot in common, he has Diabetes and I have Crohn’s Disease. Also with the lack of food, sleep and everyone basically challenging eachother day to day, it became harder to get along with some of the girls in the house.
Even if I had been romantically interested in him, I knew right away that that was not why he was here...
It was a whirlwind." Not only did it launch her on-camera career, but "It's given me a really strong sense of self and knowing what I do like and what I don't like, because you're thrown into something that is so volatile and crazy that you quickly figure out what your boundaries are and figure out what works for you." What she thinks about reality TV in 2007 vs. I think that's why people really gravitated to it, because it was just so much fun, like: What fresh hell are we walking into? Now, after six years in and out of the hospital, she writes an "Ask Aubry" column on the website Give Crohn's A Slap For Me, works a bit on freelance graphic design, and DJs in the virtual reality world If she had stayed and won, would she still be with Bret?
" Memorable for: After she voluntarily left the show early to let her close friend Kristy Joe stay to have a chance with Bret, the producers deviously edited a montage for the reunion show that painted the two friends as lesbians. "I don't think that Bret and I had the chemistry for me to have won, and I'm very OK with the fact that I didn't. I just was never into Bret." Would she do the show again? "It comes down to a moralistic humane situation." She claims that the production company, 51 Minds, had such an intense schedule that they wouldn't let women break to use the bathroom.
She also owns a social media management company called Kinni Creative. Although she often tells people looking for advice on doing reality TV to run in the opposite direction -- "there's no way to emotionally prepare yourself for what you're about to see" -- she doesn't know how she could say no to doing it all over again.
"It was one of the most fun experiences I ever had, and one of the most chaotic, dramatic, exhausting, you name it. " she suspects it was exacerbated by the production company ignoring her special dietary needs).
She supports Trump because "he's kind of like me, he speaks the truth, he doesn't care if it hurts you, he just tells it the way it is." Frenchy says people don't understand what's going on in the world and have been conditioned by the news and the TV.
"You know, most people just don't want to hear what's going on because they are all asleep, and I'm wide awake." Her one lingering regret from the show "I would say I regret trusting too many bitches, because, you know, I'm very honest and direct, and sometimes I keep forgetting bitches just go behind your back." Memorable for: Having her shit together.oh, and that time she put Lacey in a wrestling hold and dragged her up the stairs to stop a fight."Lacey and I, we're cool, she's good, it's OK, it was just, I had to handle that situation at that moment." and then eventually moved home to Georgia, where she started the foundation Imagine No Bullying Now and "built an empire," launching several luxury lifestyle companies dealing with exotic cars, fashion, and even yachts. "I would love to do a show to help other people find love.She's also planning a Rockstar Women's Business Conference, during which she'll auction off the cowboy hat Bret gave her when he eliminated her in the fourth episode of Season 1, sending her home to be with her son. The proceeds from the auction will raise money for diabetes, in honor of Bret, who suffers from it. Maybe [Bret] and I could team up and help people do it." But she's grateful to the show and all that came from it. It helped me continue my career, it helped me worldwide -- there are people who have flown from all over the world to come see me and meet me and see what I've built." But, she adds, "That stuff can be taken away in a heartbeat, in a flash.Along with the hat is a letter Bret wrote her at the time, which she says has never been read by anyone but her. I don't take anything for granted." Memorable for: Getting naked. Frenchy, a self-identified "streeper," was called a "trailblazer" by Bret for being the first woman on the show to take off her shirt, and subsequently got in trouble for getting completely nude at a burlesque club.He was playing a part, and to me it was obvious that there wasn't real emotion behind that -- it was him just going through the motions." .