Bravo’s new show, Blood, Sweat, and Heels, features a cast of movers and shakers in the New York City scene including fashion-forward humanitarian Brie Bythewood. The third generation New Yorker is widely known for her philanthropy, journalism, and sense of style, and with this new show, we’ll get an inside look at her life.
Wetpaint Entertainment caught up with the real estate agent at the Blood, Sweat, and Heels premiere party on December 10, where we got her to dish about her experience filming a reality show and who she thought was the biggest troublemaker of the bunch!
Wetpaint Entertainment: What has the experience of filming a reality show been for you so far? Has your life completely changed?
Brie Bythewood: The experience so far is new, I’ve never had cameras follow me or have my life on video. In terms of the photographers, when I go to events I’m photographed often, but never quite this much.
Is there anything caught on camera that you’ll regret showing to the public?
No, I think my life is a pretty open book. I don’t think that I have any regrets. Whatever I’ve done and said, or whoever I am, I have to stand by it.
You’ve also raised awareness for many causes such as cancer research and fighting homelessness. What’s been your inspiration behind that?
You know, I grew up in a very philanthropic household. It’s very much a part of who I am and part of me, and a huge part of me family.
There’s so much drama going on in the show’s trailer. Which cast member would you say is the biggest trouble maker?
Oh my goodness, it depends on the day. I would say we all have our roles and we all play our parts. We all are big personalities, some bigger than others. But in terms of the biggest trouble maker…I would say Mica has the biggest personality. So I’m gonna go with her and say she has the biggest personality.
Are there any other upcoming projects that you want us to know about?
Actually, I have a couple of charitable events that are coming up. I have one at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago with the Children’s Unicorn Foundation.
Blood, Sweat, and Heels premieres January 5, 2014 at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo. Will you watch?