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The second season of premieres Tuesday night, March 20, on Bravo, and not only is Jackie back, but so is Mimi.
The trainer and artist recently talked with After and set the record straight about her volatile relationship with Warner, her new art projects and why Americans need to eat more vegetables. MS: It’s a competition between personal trainers in Los Angeles.
You’re in front of the camera and you’re giving a bunch of exercises, and the audience gets to choose the best trainer.
We don’t know yet for sure, but sometime very soon. AE: Fitness is no longer just a fad, and yet obesity is at an all-time high.
Sources close to Warner claimed to TMZ that she went to lunch earlier in the day and had one martini before taking an Uber home from the restaurant.
They all want to come by and take a peek [beforehand], but I’m not going to let them. AE: Do you think reality TV distorts reality or is it an accurate representation of people’s lives? I think reality TV is a bunch of smoke and mirrors. [There was] the potential for drama, and they just went for it.
I was extremely mad and angry at everybody, including Jackie. actions were provoked to get certain reactions from me. I was pissed to hear someone [who] says they love you for five years speak so horribly about you on national TV. I felt humiliated, and I’ll never forgive Jackie for that.
Mimi Saraiva raised a ruckus on the show’s first season with her bravado, her bitchiness and her biting. MS: There was an audition for a lot of trainers and I just showed up, and everybody was nervous as hell and I was just like, “Hey, what’s up?
The two women, who had been together for four years when the show aired during the summer of 2006, split up at the end of the season — only to reunite a few months afterward. ”AE: Well, I suppose you’re comfortable being around TV cameras since .