Last week you saw us auditioning dancers for my new music video "XXPENSIVE." This week you see the final four dancers that were selected, and now it’s non-stop from here. Between three big performances coming up (one being in Greece), and a new music video to shoot, team Erika Jayne has a lot to do—and we never do anything half-assed. It’s a lot of work but incredibly exciting.
My heart really goes out to Eileen after the loss of her mother to dementia. Having lost my grandmother to Alzheimer’s, I understand the pain of this journey. Watching someone you love face such a cruel disease is the hardest thing in the world. On top of that, she’s lost six other people in her family back-to-back. Eileen has this incredible quiet strength that I don’t think people often see. Even through all of the heartbreak, she manages to be kind and sweet and never bitter.
It’s great to see Lisa R. and Kyle together with their daughters in NYC. I love how excited Lisa is to help her daughter Delilah build her modeling career. What an exciting time. I also love how Lisa casually drops the word “vaginally” during Delilah’s meeting with CR Fashion Book. God love her. Delilah is a very smart and beautiful girl. I’m sure she’s going to do big things.
Kyle has her hands full with four beautiful girls, so I love that she and her daughter Sophia are on a trip together just the two of them. It’s important to have that quality time. Raising a son is so different than raising girls, so I enjoy watching Kyle and Lisa R. with their daughters.
Lisa Vanderpump is talking about British humor again at the pre-White Party get-together. She often defends her snarky remarks as being “British humor,” but she also describes this humor as being “way more aggressive.” So, are you trying to be funny or aggressive? I love a good joke just as much as the next person, but this “humor” often feels like thinly veiled insults.
I’m not really sure what motivated LVP to stick her hand up my dress. I found it invasive, and I did not appreciate it.
Watching Dorit and PK talk about my “hoo-ha” like they were devastated is strange to me. What, suddenly you’re conservative now? PK represents one of the most forward-thinking, gender-bending artists in music and Dorit herself says, “These things happen.” So why is this such a topic of shock for them? On one hand you’re offended, and on the other hand you understand "these things happen"? Which is it? I can’t help but wonder what the motive behind this drama-driven topic is really about.
The facts are these: My knees were closed together from the moment I sat down, and my legs were covered with either my purse or a black napkin. I did not sit there on display, and I do not appreciate what was said about me.It’s interesting to me that a woman who's so busy "doing it all," has two beautiful babies, a gorgeous home, and an obviously adoring husband is finding the time to dissect me and call me names. She doesn’t even know me. In my opinion, this says more about Dorit than it does about me.
See you next Tuesday…Erika