We all know and love Jenni Pulos as Jeff Lewis' longtime executive assistant, but that's not her only gig. When Jenni isn't helping Jeff revamp homes all over California, she's making a name for herself in show biz.
We saw Jenni working on her entertainment career in Thursday night's episode of Flipping Out as she filmed a spot for Niagara Conservation. After getting a front-row seat to the filming of Jenni's music video for "Poo in the Potty" last season, she is well aware that she is perfecting the art of commode comedy. "Yes, my life seems to be in the toilet — in a great way!" Jenni told The Daily Dish. "We talked about 'Poo in the Potty' last year, and I know a lot of haters didn't want to see the potty video, and they probably don't want to see me selling toilets, but you know what I say? What the flush? What the flush to what you think, because I'm loving my time on the toilet."
Jenni has even more exciting, new projects in the pipeline (pun most definitely intended). "Yes, I have a few other projects in the can, if you will," the Flipping Out star joked. "I'm working on a kids' show and a couple scripted series, so very excited. Stay tuned."
Jenni will also be stepping back up to the mic with more kids' rap on the way. However, she has her sights set on something even more major. "A dream project would be to have a great role in a comedic film like Ghostbusters or Bridesmaids," she said. "I'm an entertainer and an actor and that's where I started, so I would love to get back to that in some way, in some form in the near future. So I'm not picky about what. I just love comedy. You know, that's one of my favorites, so we shall see."
Even though Jenni is always thinking about her next career move, she admitted that there's value in making the most out of your current gig. "Don't give up on it and do the best at where you're at and it will teach you so much. Rather than say, 'Why am I here?' Learn about it, understand it, appreciate it. I didn't do that enough in my time with Jeff — I was always pursuing something else — but I think had I stopped and just enjoyed where I was at, and truly, truly enjoyed that, then you'll really flourish and appreciate things more and doors will open," she said. "I think we have to teach this next generation that it's about working hard and it's about running your own race and just trying to be the best at what you do."
We can't wait to see what Jenni does next. In the meantime, watch her comedic genius at work, below.