Tonight we get to watch an increasingly bloat-y Julie once again try to figure out what her true “authentic self” is. But, of course, even the preview to the finale is edited to make her look like a narcissistic loon, Julie felt compelled to tell the people shitting on her on the Miss Advised Facebook page:
Julia Allison: Hi all .. I didn’t cry in front of Andrew after a few dates. It was three months!! And that preview, above, was from a conversation right after my beloved Grandmother died. I was inconsolable. But it looks like I’m only upset about my love life. Just remember this is an edited story. If you’d like more details, please read my behind the scenes blogs on Bravo. Thank you. 🙂
UPDATE: Is that so, Donk? Because as a wily commenter has just pointed out, you Tweeted “THAT’S A WRAP!!” on May 3rd. And then Tweeted that your grandmother had passed away in her sleep on May 9th. Interesting.
Oh never mind those piffling facts. The entire Andrew segment, in fact, was very FRUSTRATING to her! They tried to make her look crazy, and as Pancakes McCain and all the other dudes who fled for the hills because she was crazy can surely attest, she is NOT crazy! I am sure the show’s producers appreciate her setting the record straight, and it can’t be too much longer before a second season is announced, amirite??
Julia Allison: I was very frustrated to see that it looked on screen like three dates. We spent weekends together, new years together, I had been to his house for visits, he had stayed at mine multiple times. I would never have the conversation with a guy I went on TWO dates with … That’s INSANE.
The editors also pressured her into confessing she’d given him a blow job, she claims.
And as we already know from an earlier Facebook post from Julie on the Miss Advised page, Julie is a NEW PERSON since the show stopped filming many many many days ago. She is happy and at peace and living a life filled with unforced kisses!
Hi all Miss Advised fans! It’s your #1 Desperate Non-Housewife. Or any kind of wife, really. I’ll be checking in here over the next few days before the season finale this Monday, so if you have questions for me, please ask away & I’ll answer them as soon as I can! (PS, yes, I know I look clingy & crazy with my dates. Working on fixing that! I think I’ve made some progress you’d all be proud.) x, Julia
Julia Allison: I have to admit – you know how all those reality stars say that “you forget the cameras” and “it’s so easy” – well, that’s bulls–t. I was nervous and self-conscious and that certainly contributed to my sense of NEEDING TO GET THAT KISS and other behaviors. But of course, tv can only magnify what traits we need to work on in our real life, so I’ve done much thinking about that since we wrapped. I am happy to report that since I gave up (on trying to strong arm Prince Charming) life has gotten better! And filled with many kisses I don’t have to beg for …
And as she said in a TV Guide interview, she can hardly be blamed for having a false ideal for a relationship!
Julia: I was completely delusional. I thought the problem was I couldn’t find the right guy but … I had created an idea of what marriage should be based on my parents involving the suburbs, monogamy and daily routines I’m not interested in. I was setting up a situation where I’d fail. By the end of the show, I realized I can make my own rules and I don’t have to have the relationship my parents had. I’m starting to believe people who have chronic problems need to have a camera crew follow them. It was massively effective.
Do you understand, haters? IT WAS HER PARENTS’ FAULT that she couldn’t land a man! And it was THE CAMERAS’ FAULT THAT SHE BEHAVED LIKE AN IDIOT ON MISS ADVISED! The editors FORCED HER to confess she’d given a guy a hummer on the second date! It’s just like when the Internet ruined her life, not the fact that she chose to post her every fart to the Internet! Don’t shoot the messenger, assholes. Shoot the technology and the editors that revealed her to be an asshole, and her parents for fucking her up to begin with! Oh, and also? She has a BOYFRIEND! And does anything matter more than that? See, she’s NOT unlovable! So suck it, Miss Advised haters!
I’d kill to hear from some Bravo people on this “reality star” gone rogue. What a sadly predictable tool — did anyone doubt that if the show didn’t make her look like the new millennium’s Mary Richards, she was going to go completely snake?
Hope she violated her contract in some way.