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Flavor of Love came around before reality TV was a business platform, what was it like living in that house with the other girls? Nicole “Hoopz” Alexander: It was so new, like reality everything, especially the type of show that we were doing and it was new for us.It was my first time stepping out in the public and not really knowing what was going to happen. I didn’t even know all the other women because they kept everybody separate.I been with my family and the kids for a long time so I brought them along with me and it’s nothing that they’re aren’t used to. The hardest part was that their days had to be a little structured. We have a call in a couple of weeks to find out if and when but it’s looking very good, I think. That’s where their attitudes came in and they were like, “Oh my gosh,” because normally they are sleeping in. I am not going to do like everything and take care of you guys so that was the realest part for them. I will say [the producers] were so good at keeping so many things from you.I think that they were geniuses on capturing the reality of the situation and I think that has changed because now so many people are involved in what’s going on [on reality shows] and, do things because they’re like, “this is what [the show] needs” versus putting people together and just letting them react.How she started stabbing people in the back, even me. It Takes A Sister took two years to produce and pitch and we did all of the dirty work and that’s how all that came about.
I feel like it completely switched half way through and then she became this character and that character she had, she has had to keep all this time because that is what people know her from. And what happened to Pumkin after the you guys had your falling out? I always had to chose the best things for me and make the right decisions and it will keep just going on and on and a lot of people get on reality TV and think like, “Oh wow I’m a star now” and I always think way beyond that.
To really open yourself up and be like, man there are so many layers to me.
Was it hard for your family to adjust to the camera living their day-to-day lives? Some of the crew was worried like maybe they weren’t ready and I was like, no, we are going to be who we are regardless and they were so shocked.
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