What obsession with knives?
“It's made me a lot more humble. I'm not much of a huge people person, and I've noticed now I'm much more nice to people,” Golnesa 'GG' Gharachedaghi confides to Zap2it about her time spent in the Shahs of Sunset spotlight so far.
Despite seeing a shove match here and there this season (Hey, Asa!), the newly engaged California girl adds, “I take my time out to smile. It's made me more humble. You hope people wouldn't judge. The best thing about reality TV is [the audience gets] to watch you grow, as a process. You begin with a persona, and they see you come out of it.”
Emerging from that fight-first-think-later phase? Somewhere in L.A., GG’s sister is smiling. Then again, a flair for drama runs in this Persian family. “In Iran, my mom's uncle is one of the most famous poets and artists, and my uncle, my aunt's husband, is one of the most famous actors, so that fame thing was always around,” explains the fiery 29-year-old, who visits the motherland every year. “It's an amazing culture. I'm not 100 percent with the government, but it's a beautiful culture.”
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G.G. So proud of you girl!!! Until your sister told you what a good job you did I don't think many saw how important it was to you to get her approval. I wish you the best.......and can we get a updated blog? Like this year at least? I could careless about Nene so I won't comment.
Greg is making a hugeHUGE mistake!!! Why marry someone whose head is even bigger than it was when you divorced her? Must be in it for the money. Sorry Nene fans but this woman is fake, and using quite it well, for now. Her 15 minutes are almost up, then what???? She can not stand if anyone does anythig better than her, if they do, she makes up lies. GG, you go girl~!!!!
Please GG you are one of the reasons I started to watch this show and now to see you spin out of control is sad. Please get clean and sober you are a beautiful girl and with much to offer dont throw it all away and make yourself look bad on national t.v.
You can do better and I believe you will.