Friday, November 16, 2018

Krissy Marsh Insists The Drama On The Real Housewives Of Sydney Was Real And Recalls The Moment She Quit Filming After Heated Fight With Lisa Oldfield!

Krissy Marsh has taken to social media to shut down reports that The Real Housewives of Sydney was fake. The former model revealed via Instagram that she and co-star Victoria Rees were asked if the Foxtel hit reality series was real or not.

"Ok so I went furniture shopping with my interior designer @iamvictoriarees and we were confronted with the strangest of situations. Firstly the shop assistant recognised us and then questioned us about how the show was scripted and the producers make up the story lines. I could not believe that people believe this. You could not make up what happened on #RHOS I do not even believe the producers of the show knew what they were getting with this bunch of women," she wrote.




Ok so I went furniture shopping with my interior designer @iamvictoriarees and we were confronted with the strangest of situations. Firstly the shop assistant recognised us and then questioned us about how the show was scripted and the producers make up the story lines. I could not believe that people believe this. You could not make up what happened on #RHOS I do not even believe the producers of the show knew what they were getting with this bunch of women. I actually quit after filming for only a month because of the incident that happened at The Olsen gallery. I was happy to walk away from my 15 minutes of fame due to anything that may jeopardise the amazing family that had taken us over thirteen years to create. For all the non believers this @rhosydney is real and the dramas and fights are still continuing even though the cameras are not rolling #meatinthemiddleofasadwich #realitytvfights #realitytv #rhos
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"I actually quit after filming for only a month because of the incident that happened at The Olsen gallery. I was happy to walk away from my 15 minutes of fame due to anything that may jeopardise the amazing family that had taken us over thirteen years to create. For all the non believers this @rhosydney is real and the dramas and fights are still continuing even though the cameras are not rolling #meatinthemiddleofasadwich #realitytvfights #realitytv #rhos"

In September, Woman's Day Magazine revealed that the controversial reality show had been axed. Similar reports have been swirling in the media for well over a year.

As previously reported, the controversial show was rejected by U.S. network Bravo for being too extreme - this was the first time a Real Housewives franchise was not immediately picked up for syndication.

If you recall, the fate of the show was in question after Bravo decided not to commission the show for being "too extreme" for American viewers, in which Foxtel's head of television Brian Walsh revealed that he was concerned about the cast, hinting changes would have be made to the housewives line up.

"A lot of the women in this show were nasty for nasty’s sake and have no redeeming features," he said. "I particularly felt Lisa Oldfield and AthenaX Levendi were driving their own agendas."

Brian said he would be steering changes in the second series to make sure the women were better behaved and more friendly towards each other.

"I’ve raised my concerns with the production team from this season. I felt the bad language and behavior throughout the series did go too far," he told The Daily Telegraph.

While there was many hints that Lisa Oldfield and Athena X Levendi were being cut from the show, is understood a revolt from fans of the show have forced producers to reconsider.

“Lisa and Athena may be confrontational on screen, but fans love them,” the source told The Herald Sun back in July. “When rumors came out that bosses were keen to cut them, fans were not impresses, now Foxtel is being forced to reconsider.”

The publication claimed that while all the women are under three season contracts, Matchbox Pictures, who produce the show, can let any cast members go at their discretion.

Lisa Oldifield's husband David hinted that the show was not returning for a second season when the couple where contestants on Ten's reality show, "I'm a Celebrity... Get Me out of Here!" earlier this year.

Particular taking a dig at Lisa's RHOS nemesis Krissy Marsh, David said: "She doesn't understand that the show is over. A couple of them we know are not dealing with the fact that whatever they were... they are not that now."

Dismissing the cast as a bunch of 'fame whores', he added: "They really did have their 15 minutes of fame."

While the series was not picked up by U.S. network Bravo for being "too extreme," but the show found international success in New Zealand and the U.K.

Photo Credit: Foxtel

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