Tracy: Jerseylicious Friendship Tested & Forgiveness
I felt very uncomfortable with the position Anthony and Carla put me in over that dinner, and I was heartbroken over the drama with Gigi. She's literally like a sister to me. I felt very pressured, and I really didn't want to go. But I felt bad for what Carla was going through, and Anthony didn't help by adding his two cents!
Next time I'll say NO! Frankie knows how I feel about him, so I feel like Carla should never have put me in that position.
I think Gigi had her guard up when she was told about it, and I get that—but she should have listened to my side of the story and realized I was not coming from a malicious place at all. I love her and I would never want to hurt her.
I felt better after we worked it out. Like sisters, we have blowout fights and scream, but then you get over it and go shopping. Sisters fight. But we always end up realizing we'd rather have each other at our worst than not to have each other at our best. I love my Gianelle.
As for me and Olivia, we do great work together, but the ride along the way is never smooth. At the end of the day, is the result worth the hassle? I try to work with her and I try to get along, but it's impossible! I don't know why she can't just be nice and learn to get along with me when it comes to work.
Our client Ellen was a sweetheart, and she's beautiful. I just wanted for her to feel beautiful and enjoy her makeover—but let's be honest: When you're in someone else's hands, you get nervous. It's natural.
Of course, Olivia would try to throw me under the bus and critique my work in front of clients. She knows I'm a kick-ass hairdresser and shouldn't have doubted me, because I know when it comes makeup she will always rock it. It's called Trust in my work!
Gayle and Christy know the deal. They can be Debbie Downers, like when we first pitched them the image consulting idea, but I know they trust us deep down.