The BRT Belles Share Their Best and Worst of the Season
Style's women of Woodhaven went through a lot of punch-throwing, champagne-flinging, secret-revealing drama this spring, and now they're dishing on the season's highs and lows...
Kalyn: My best moment of the season was gaining a better connection with Leslie. We had our ups and downs, but I realized that she really wants to be a mother figure in my life. She's the real deal, and she's not doing these things for me just to make herself look good. She cares about me and about being a positive force in my life.
I don't want to call this my worst moment, but I just wish it wouldn't have happened. In retrospect, there are different ways my fight with Whitney in the beginning of the season could have been handled. I still don't think it was my fault since I was very polite when I asked her leave, and then she escalated the situation. Nevertheless, it caused a lot of drama for me,Whitney, Leslie and Bonnie, especially after Whitney almost couldn't go to Bonnie's wedding. If it had just stayed between her and me I wouldn't have had a problem with it, but it caused problems for other people as well. I hate it when the issue starts to go beyond the people involved and hurts others. I definitely learned from it.
It's been a crazy and amazing experience to have done all the things I've done this season. I love Leslie, Tyler and Maddie and am thankful to have them in my life.
Leslie: My biggest moment this season was having an 18-year-old girl teach me what's really important in life...
What hurt me the most was when Bonnie temporarily believed Pam. I know we've reconciled, but that experience was very painful to me since she knows Pam and what Pam has done to me in the past. For her to know that and still believe Pam over me, even momentarily, hurt a lot. But all is forgiven, and I absolutely adore Bonnie.
Melissa: I love how I was able to get Kalyn to a point in her life where so much of her self-esteem isn't invested with winning pageants. She needed to follow her own direction and cut a path. She's always wanted to be a chef, and I helped her realize that dream is important. She needs to live her own life and not live for others.
I really don't like to be the drama girl. But this season, I somehow became the drama girl, and I'm not proud of that. In the beginning, I felt all the women in the country club got along for the most part, but then this poison came into our group, and now there's just so much bickering, fighting and backstabbing. It makes me sad. I'm willing to say I was wrong in some of my actions, but I really just want everyone to get along. I hope Pam will let go of her anger. We don't always have to be the ones to create drama; I never understood why it had to be that way. If you don't like somebody, just keep your mouth shut or leave the room. I'm tired of the fighting. It's like everybody started taking crazy pills.
Connie: My standout moment was my store reopening. It was a goal we've been working towards for some time and to see it finally happen was amazing. I'm still hurt that Heidi did her trunk show with my competitor. We're supposed to be friends, and I was upset she did that.
Whitney: I loved getting to work with Dr. A this season. It's getting me closer to my dreams of practicing surgery one day. Looking back, I shouldn't have wasted a second of my time fighting with Kalyn over Tyler. Neither of them is worth it.