Tuesday, November 7, 2017

RHOMelbourne Newbies Sally Bloomfield And Venus Behbahani-Clark Spill The Tea On Season 4!

Real Housewives of Melbourne newcomers Sally Bloomfield and Venus Behbahani-Clark tease what viewers can expect from them in Season 4 and reveal why they decided to join the Foxtel hit reality series.

Behbahani-Clark admits that the whole experience has been “an emotional rollercoaster.”

Venus, who decided to put her legal career on hold to raise her two children and to launch her cosmetics line, says the chance to jump into RHOMelbourne was too good to resist.

“I decided that it would be a good platform for me to launch my product while getting to know some of the ladies and have some fun,” she told Foxtel Insider.

Venus happens to be a long-time pal of Gina Liano, she admits that Liano was there to guide her when the going got tough.

“When we were overseas together [for the series], she said, ‘Did you ever think we’d be here together?’ I said, ‘No’ and she said, ‘See, I’ve brought you into my life.’”

Meanwhile, Sally Bloomfield saw that being part of the show could have some advantages. “I thought I’d always regret it if I said no. I have a hotel to promote and my accessories business, and I raise my children by myself these days, so I just kind of went, ‘Yeah.’ Call me crazy.”

And while Liano encouraged Behbahani-Clark to sign on, it was former cast member Chyka Keebaugh who encouraged Bloomfield to join the Foxtel hit reality series.

“Chyka was one of the first people I rang. Then I went and caught up with her and Bruce and she said, ‘Of all the people who have been put forward, when we heard your name, both Bruce and I said it couldn’t be more perfect,’” she told Foxtel Insider.

The two newcomers promise lots of on-screen fireworks, however Bloomfield reveals she has her town tactic to tackle the drama that comes her way.

“I’m really comfortable with who I am so it just goes in one ear and out the other,” she explains. “If someone throws something at me I just go, ‘Whatever.’ I honestly just don’t care and I don’t let it get to me, because I know where it’s coming from and I know why they’re doing it and I’m smart enough to figure out exactly what’s going down and why.”

However, Behbahani-Clark hints there are some big emotional moments which were hard to get her head around: “There’s been a bit of pointing the finger at someone for doing something. I don’t think I was prepared for that. It’s different when you’re actually in the moment – you don’t expect it when it happens, it’s just something you have to adjust to. It’s all real and it’s actually quite emotional.”

Source/Photo Credit: Foxtel

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