Bravotv.com: How did you feel about the end of your conversation with Katie about race? Did things feel settled?
Gizelle Bryant: Everything that I need to say about the conversation of race has been said. For the record, I never brought up Katie's children or asked her about her children, that was a question that Robyn asked. My background and Katie's are clearly different so we have a different perspective on most things.
Bravotv.com: Tell us about your confrontation with Charrisse about Eddie and her (and Katie’s) comments about your promiscuity. Do you agree with Charrisse’s comment about being narcissistic?
GB: Charrisse doesn't remember the things she texts or the tone in which they are written. I guess I can't be mad at someone who has convenient amnesia. Now, there is not a man under the sun that can say that Gizelle is promiscuous...and truth be told Charrisse wishes she could talk about dates that she has had recently. But she CAN’T. When it comes to being narcissistic...well, after I think about my children, yep I think about ME, ME, ME. If I don't think and take care of me than who will? Where's my mirror so I can start looking at myself?
Bravotv.com: Tell us about confronting Katie about her behavior this season on the show and the peeing incident.
GB: I was tired of being frustrated with Katie's behavior. Whatever you want to do recreationally on your time is your business. Go for it, have fun, let this be Woodstock all over again. However, when the cameras are rolling be in a mind frame that you can have an adult conversation. Is that too much to ask?!?!
Bravotv.com: If there’s anything you can go back and do differently, what would it be and why?
GB: I really enjoyed filming Season 1. It was a new and different experience. I'm so grateful to the viewers for watching and resonating with my life and my story. Potomac is officially on the map!