Bravo’s ‘Work Out’: Jackie Warner Says ‘Bravo Is an Ugly Cesspool of Women Behaving Badly’

by Jeremy Spirogis
Craig Ramsay, clients: Bryan Donovan, Joe Moller, Stacy Citron, Kim Smith, (front row l-r) clients: Jeana Keough, Mandy Ellen, trainer Jackie Warner, clients Nikki Wood, Shannon "Shay" Smith

Jackie Warner, identified for Work Out and Thintervention on Bravo shared that she believes the community has grow to be an “ugly cesspool of women behaving like children and behaving badly.”

Craig Ramsay, clients: Bryan Donovan, Joe Moller, Stacy Citron, Kim Smith, (front row l-r) clients: Jeana Keough, Mandy Ellen, trainer Jackie Warner, clients Nikki Wood, Shannon "Shay" Smith
Craig Ramsay, purchasers: Bryan Donovan, Joe Moller, Stacy Citron, Kim Smith, (entrance row l-r) purchasers: Jeana Keough, Mandy Ellen, coach Jackie Warner, purchasers Nikki Wood, Shannon “Shay” Smith |Isabella Vosmikova/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank

Warner dished on the Hot Takes & Deep Dives podcast about her expertise with Bravo and the trajectory of the programming on the community. She mentioned she was depressing whereas filming Work Out as a result of producers pressured her to manufacture many of the drama. Warner provides that the featured trainers on her present weren’t trainers, however actors.

Andy Cohen was a producer on her present till he scored Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen. “Andy was actually into the Housewives,” she says. “So Andy’s child was principally the Housewives. And then Andy wished to be a star and he received his present. So he just about stepped down from all govt producing roles.”

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Warner recollects a special sort of Bravo when Work Out premiered. “Project Runway was their child,” she recounts. “Do you remember when Bravo used to do uplifting and wonderful shows? And now Bravo is just an ugly cesspool of women behaving like children and behaving badly.”

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“I don’t even watch that junk anymore,” she insists. “But keep in mind when it was Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, which was a really loving, inspirational present that individuals cherished. Do you keep in mind when it was Project Runway the place these youngsters have been discovering their dream and making their lives occur?”

She says the golden period of Bravo was once they featured uplifting programming. “Then they introduced on the Housewives,” she says. “And additionally Blow Out. And then Work Out! Work Out was a bit of uglier than Blow Out. But that’s when it began going downhill was once they began actually eager to ratchet it up.”

She says her present was pretend

Warner knew lots of the Housewives. “I knew all the New York gals, I knew all the Beverly Hills gals. I knew I’d say half of the Orange County girls. And that’s because we all used to have to do press together.” She provides that she and Patti Stanger from The Millionaire Matchmaker had a robust connection too. She was additionally buddies with Tabatha Coffey from Tabatha Takes Over.

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“And also Bravo requires you to do a lot of parties,” she provides. “You gotta go to a lot of parties and work red carpets. And they get you the limo and they get your hair and makeup. And you look beautiful and you’ve got your outfits. So it was fun, I enjoyed all of that.”

But she wasn’t blissful doing the present. “I was miserable from beginning to end,” she says. “I was asked to do a lot of things that were completely against my moral fabric. That were completely out of my comfort zone because I’m a very self-protected person. I was bullied and pressured and pulled. If I didn’t have a girlfriend this season, if I didn’t have something going on, they were going to cancel me. It was horrible. It was the worst experience of my life.”

Warner provides that as a result of she doesn’t usually have a dramatic private life, the present grew to become laborious to do. “So guess what we did? We made up 90% of that drama. The cast. They weren’t even trainers. They were actors. The only trainer that made the actual show was Erika [Jacobson]. She worked for me at Sky Sport. None of them were trainers. Especially Brian Peeler. He was a total moron. All he did was take steroids. Bottom line is I hated the trainers.”

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