After appearing on "Flavor of Life," "I Love New York" and "Botched," Tiffany "New York" Pollard knows a thing or two about reality TV.
The 33-year-old and good friend/fellow reality TV vet Omarosa Manigault appear on Thursday's episode of "Steve Harvey," where they get incredibly candid about what goes on behind the scenes of your favorite guilty pleasure shows, what they think of some of their famous costars and explain the upside of getting physical.
Were there any precautions that you made so that people didn't catch wind of your cohabitation? We did things sometimes, like we would drive somewhere and someone would come pick me up and we'd meet up at the same time and the same place. There were so many different things like disguises.
He would call the restaurant and see how many people were there and we would wait for the last people to eat then we would go eat.
I know you don't read about yourself very much, but there's been this rumor going around the Internet suggesting that you're pregnant...
We just grew so strong and it so important for people to know how real this relationship is that we couldn't even wait. Now we can laugh at it because it's over but we could've really been in serious trouble.She was basically there to help me heal from the Tango situation and she assisted me in finding the right guy. Yes, I'm a little bit heavier, but I did it before and no one said I was pregnant then. So now, her work is done, I found someone and everything is really good, but she did help me a lot. "I got into a room with Piers Morgan, and I completely dislike Piers Morgan. And ironically, the producers kept making sure that we had to negotiate deals together and that didn’t go over so well for Piers." Luckily for Omarosa, those heated moments never escalated. " For Steve, the sometimes brutal beatdowns are what really bothers him about the genre."The real problem I have is specifically for young girls of color.That man completes me so perfectly and I do the same for him. I have to say this about Tailor Made: he is such a unique man, and even the way he makes love is very unique. He's very passionate and he actually does not need the penis implant. I don't know where that came from, but there is no way in the world. With I Love New York 2 off the air, VH1 finds itself without a queen. You know, get myself together, travel a little bit, have some extra, extra, extra extraordinary fun and then, in some capacity I know I'll be back. To rule the airwaves, to rule the network if you will.