On the radio show, she talks about the second season of RHOD; how the series came to be part of the Housewives franchise; why president-elect Donald Trump's win brought tears to her eyes; and why "oooh, ick" Andrew Dice Clay was the celebrity she least enjoyed meeting.
She also kinda, sorta, maybe confirms that she'll be in this as-yet-unannounced RHOD cast.
"I can't disclose a lot, but you'll see me from time to time," she says.
There's one cast she won't be around, though; she says her least favorite housewife is the entire cast of New Jersey, but when pressed to pick one, it's "the O.G." Vicki Gunvalson of The Real Housewives of Orange County.
In answer to a question about television ratings, she thinks that "everyone who is a true Housewives fan is gonna be really happy about season two."
Nati wasted no time asking her to reveal all. We've pulled some key points for you, dear reader:
0:08: Would she take those roles that were mistaken for porn again?
"I don't regret it," she says. "I had worked my ass off in acting class." She says she had worked with someone who worked with Halle Berry for her Oscar-winning role opposite Billy Bob Thornton in Monster's Ball, which she says was "basically porn. That looked real to me."
She says she was a free spirit back then.
1:17: Can you tell us exactly what happened to you and who abused you?
She goes into detail, at the host's prompting, about being sexually abused as a teenager by someone she knew, though she didn't know the person well. She says she was slut-shamed at school the next day. She says she didn't talk about it until she was 31 years old. And then the perpetrator "tried to friend me on Facebook."
6:42: Are you gonna be on Season 2?
"You will see me periodically," she says. "They have added some new characters that I think really represent a part of Dallas that you may not have gotten to see in season one."
9:58: Why do you think they cut out [Marie Reyes'] scenes?
"She was boring," she says quickly, after noting that Marie Reyes filmed with the cast a lot more than was shown. "She's got too much of a filter. On paper, she seemed like she'd be a great housewife."
This came right after she said, "Marie who? I'm kidding..."
We hope. (Not really.)
14:29: Do you think we have a problem with illegal immigrants in this country and it's good that Donald Trump is trying to fix it?
"Yes," she says. "Women are being raped here in Texas and these women in random places from these immigrants. So, that is what scares me."
She continues speaking -- oh, yes, she does: "They're coming in, and that's what's happening, with just stealing, rape and the drug problem."
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