Blois-Sharpe Vows to Return to 'Jerseylicious'
She says she'll be back in season 5, but not at the salons viewers have come to associate her with.
The second part of the "Jerseylicious" cast reunion ended with Montville High School graduate Olivia Blois-Sharpe discussing her plans for the future.
As fans will remember, Blois-Sharpe announced at the end of season 4 that she would be leaving the Gatsby Salon and the Anthony Roberts Salon to launch her own business.
Vivica Fox, hostess of the reunion show, asked if that meant she wouldn't be returning to "Jerseylicious," but Blois-Sharpe assured her that season 5 would not be without Ooh Lalaa Livia.
But past that, Blois-Sharpe can't provide too much detail.
"I hope for the best, but I don't know where it's going to take me," she said. "I'm almost 25 years old and never once had a plan, and it's turned out pretty well."
As for others' predictions for next year, the cast was in agreement that big changes are afoot.
"I think we're all going to go in our own directions," Tracy DiMarco said. "There's big things happening and we're splitting off."
"Glam Fairy" Alexa Prisco added that she thought there would still be drama as everyone entered new phases of their lives.
Some of that drama is sure to revolve around Anthony Roberts Salon stylists Fashion and DiMarco, who butted heads from the moment thay met in season 4.
"Bitch came with claws out," DiMarco said.
Gatsby Salon owner Gayle Giacomo, of Bridgewater, said she'll be working on making the Gatsby Salon "bigger and better," and Anthony Lombardi, owner of Verona's Anthony Roberts Salon said he didn't know where the future would take him, after the many successes of his salon's first year.
"For years, I said if I got a salon, I'd fill it with the things people are looking for," he said, such as a master barber and a make-up artist.
Now that he's done that, fan will have to wait for the return of "Jerseylicious" to find out what's in store.
"Jerseylicious" airs at 8 p.m. on Style Network. The current season has ended.