The woman behind reality TV. It didn’t occur to Selling the OCstar Alexandra “Alex” HallShe would be the villain in the new Netflix series.
“It’s interesting, because [the cast was] able to watch the show a couple of weeks ago,” Hall, 33, told Entertainment TonightFriday, August 26, 2006. “There was never a debate on whether or not I’m the villain, or [someone else is] the villain because we all know the backstory and our reasonings and our intentions.”
She continued, “And so, to see it unfold that way, with the viewers who just don’t know, and they’re just seeing it for the first time and they don’t know any of the behind the scenes like we did or we do. … It’s shocking. It’s honestly just shocking.”
The drama-filled season 1 premiered August 24 and saw the Oppenheim Group realtor find herself at center of drama. One, costar Alexandra RoseShe was accused of promoting a rumor that she sleeps in a hotel with developers to help her career. Interview with Women’s HealthHall claimed that Rose was alerted to the rumor earlier in the month.
“I said, ‘You better be careful because it is a very small town and there is a rumor going around that your moral compass is off, and you sleep with or do things with developers to get listings,’” she told the outlet.
Although Rose laughed off Hall’s warnings and denied the rumor, the conversation led to several episodes of drama. Interview with Newsweek Rose and her fellow Californians were contacted earlier this month by Rose. Selling the OCstar Alexandra Jarvisfor being a part of the filming process behind her back.
“With, like, Jarvis and Rose, I feel like every single time they’re in a frame they’re saying my name! Which is hilarious because I hardly … I don’t think I actually had any interaction with them the entire time we were filming. Except for the season finale,” Hall told the outlet.
She continued, “For them to be talking about me the entire time was crazy to me. And to have had no personal experience with me at all. Literally, whatsoever.”
Talk to Entertainment Tonight, the Netflix personality called her fellow realtors “opportunistic.”
“Jarvis and Rose weren’t even original cast on the show. And so, a lot of me saying, ‘Why are you here?’ [during filming] is not to be rude — and not that they don’t deserve to be there. They are entitled to be in the office. They are top performers. There is no disrespect. It’s like, ‘We’re filming. Why are you here?’ Because production has … reassured us, ‘They’re not cast. Don’t worry…’ And so, I’m like, ‘Why are you here? All you’re doing is trying to start drama,’” she explained.
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