NZ Herald Continues Eating Out The Ridge Woman Vaginas For Some Reason.
So, cover stars one week, and now this shocking puff piece in ‘SPY’, where, seemingly, the journalist just cleans their vaginas over dinner and lets them spout ten different kinds of shit. Shame the most obvious questions were not asked liked ‘Why are you famous’? ‘What are your talents’? ‘What possible reason is there to watch your TV show?’ The Granny Heralds’ obsession with these 2 is getting bizarre. Some highlights of the shit…..
Spy: Sally, what do you say to people who call you a “momager”, or criticise you for pushing Jaime to do the fight?
Sally: Oh, my gosh. I would never push Jaime! Jaime will do exactly what she wants to do, when she wants and how she wants. She asks me for my advice and we discuss things, but she is a young adult who makes her own decisions. I didn’t want her to do the fight. Sara (Sara Tetro is the Ridge’s agent) didn’t want her to do the fight. But Jaime is her own woman.
At this point, as the first course of dinner was served, Ricardo, Sally and Jaime remembered that the three of them had appeared together (with 10 other celebrities) on a Metro celebrity cover shoot in 2011.
Sally: Drama! There were some nasty people on that shoot. Rachel Glucina and Denise L’Estrange-Corbet. I shouldn’t say Denise is nasty, because I don’t know her, but …..
Spy: Denise is lovely once you do get to know her. Though she isn’t afraid to speak her mind, it’s true. Do you know Denise’s daughter Pebbles?
Jaime: I haven’t met her, but she has tweeted some horrible things about me. She won’t tweet me directly but makes jokes about me. If you’re going to say that stuff, why not include me in the tweet?
Spy: Pebbles has a potty mouth on Twitter, yes. She talks shit to get attention. But like her mother Denise, Pebbles is a cool chick and great fun in person.
Jaime: See, I don’t get that, why talk shit about someone you don’t know? I would never say something bad about someone I don’t know, especially not on Twitter.
Spy: If you have a high public profile, social media can be a double-edged sword. Do you get a lot of haters on Twitter?
Sally: We get a lot of support, but people can be so mean as well. They just go to town on you. I didn’t even know what trending was until #ridgeepisodedescriptions started trending.
The full story is on the Granny site. not linking, I feel dirty already.