Brandi Redmond and Stephanie Hollman appeared on the podcast of Savannah Chrisley, the place they opened up about their time on The Actual Housewives of Dallas.
After showing on the entire indefinitely canceled Bravo actuality sequence’ 5 seasons, Brandi and Stephanie shared some behind-the-scenes secrets and techniques earlier than admitting they’re a lot totally different in terms of how they deal with their funds and revealing what they felt was the “hardest half” of being on the present.
“What’s loopy is, I felt like I used to be all of the drama a bit bit, however it’s since you’d be sitting at a dinner desk and be like, ‘Okay, we’re not gonna get to depart till one thing occurs.’ And I’m like, ‘I’ll do it. Nice,’” Brandi admitted of the pressures to “carry out” on RHOD on the January 10 episode of Unlocked With Savannah Chrisley.
Even Stephanie appeared again on moments during which she watched Brandi take solutions from producers.
“The producers… they’d have their cellular phone like textual content message [us] what they’d need us to say. And poor Brandi, she would all the time take the bait,” Stephanie famous. “She’d be like, studying what they stated, after which a complete combat would begin. I’m all the time like, ’Nope, not gonna do it.’ Individuals get mad on the people who find themselves most dramatic, however you may’t go away. So that you’ll be there until like 3 am till one thing fascinating occurs.”
Whereas Brandi usually did what she felt she needed to so as to maintain the present shifting, she reached a breaking level after welcoming her fourth little one, daughter Brilynn Mari Redmond, with husband Bryan Redmond.
“Even after manufacturing wrapped the final season and I simply had the child, they wished to come back in and get some traces, and I used to be like, ‘I simply don’t really feel proper with this,’” Brandi recalled.
Though Brandi wasn’t on board with the thought of filming, particularly as a result of sophisticated beginning of Brilynn, throughout which she had numerous blood transfusions, the producers confirmed up anyway.
“They present up, and so they need these traces, and I’m so out of it, I learn the traces, and all it did was make me look extra of a horrible individual. I used to be like, ‘I’d’ve by no means stated that,’” Brandi shared.
Because the RHOD solid members spoke to Savannah, whose dad and mom, Todd and Julie Chrisley, had been not too long ago sentenced to 12 and seven years behind bars, respectively, for wire fraud and tax evasion, they couldn’t assist however gush over the Chrisley household.
“Going by my deepest, darkest hours, your dad and mom had been there for me and reached out. You’re simply an incredible, stunning household,” Brandi advised Savannah as Stephanie added, “Your entire household is so good.”
Though Brandi and Stephanie have so much in widespread, the women made it clear that their spending habits are very totally different.
“I didn’t develop up with the finer issues in life. Bryan can be like, ‘Why don’t you splurge and go do that?’ However I’ve all the time been very conservative with my cash though we’re wonderful,” Brandi defined.
In the meantime, Stephanie stated, with amusing, “I’m not [conservative].”
When Stephanie was then requested concerning the greatest false impression individuals have of her and Brandi, she stated it was their bathroom-forward banter.
“Everybody all the time thinks we love to speak about poops and farts, and so they’ll come up and inform us that they should go poop proper now. It’s actually humorous. We all the time snigger at that. Individuals all the time inform us when they should toot. It’s so humorous and so random,” she shared.
Individuals additionally falsely assume that Stephanie is “depressed on a regular basis.”
“I speak about melancholy on the present, and I’ve handled it my entire life, however I’m not all the time depressed,” she clarified. “I’d like for individuals to know that I’m doing wonderful, however… Individuals fear about me so much, and so they’ll all the time message me. If I don’t publish for a couple of days, they’re like, ‘Are you okay?’ I’ve ups and downs, however I do have my ups, and I don’t suppose individuals actually perceive that. Individuals all the time suppose I’m like in my room crying.“
As for the scariest a part of RHOD, Stephanie stated the women of the present are usually “faux good” to 1 one other.
“It’s like highschool. Everyone seems to be operating for promenade queen, everybody needs a middle diamond. And a few individuals will do something to get it, and that’s the scary half — when any person has nothing to lose, and you’ve got a household and kids,” Stephanie acknowledged. “I by no means wished to really feel like I had a remorse of fully destroying any person, however I really feel like a number of the individuals didn’t care.”
The Actual Housewives of Dallas started airing in April 2016 and concluded in Might 2021.