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REALITY ROYALTY: A JUBILEE WEEKEND SPECIAL

To celebrate the near inescapable furor of this weekend’s Jubilee celebrations, we decided to delve vajazzle first into Wonderland‘s April 2011 Reality Issue – where we spoke to a gaggle of reality TV’s then-freshest exports. First up is diamond toting TOWIE Amy Childs…

AMY CHILDS

“I don’t regret nothing. I’ve come across as the fun character, the nice person. The only thing is my make-up. Sometimes I think, ‘My god Amy, why do you wear that much make-up?’ And sometimes I think, “Amy, you’ve got to think before you speak”, but at the end of the day that’s me and I let it all out.”

CHER LLOYD

“I want to go for something completely different. You know what, I’m sick of being compared. I’m completely different, I’ve got a different voice, a different image. I’d just like people to see me as me. What’s the point in comparing? Ooh look here’s a picture of Cher, she’s standing the same way as so-and-so, I’ll say she wants to be like so-and-so.”

NICOLE RITCHIE

“I like to control everything. I am there when it comes to picking fabrics, selecting prints, shipping, everything… I’m very flattered and feel extremely blessed that I even have this opportunity to do what I want and have people enjoy my work.”

BRAD GORESKI

“I’ve been working between New York and LA constantly. There’re so many question marks in my life right now. The only thing that’s absolutely constant in my life is the rack of clothes. In my hotel room, in my house, wherever it is, there’s always lots of clothes, be it mine or be it women’s. My closet is expanding.”

AUDRINA PATRIDGE

“I do have an opinion, and I do have my head on straight, and that I am very driven and optimistic and I have more to me than just gossip and drama. I really want everyone to see the other side of me, and what I’m passionate about and what I absolutely love and will do anything for. And they will see.”

REALITY ROYALTY: A JUBILEE WEEKEND SPECIAL

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