'Jerseylicious' Drama Mars Photos Shoots
Photo shoots were completed as work on the book continued.
With the show's move to Sunday, this week's episode of "Jerseylicious" focused on the photo shoots arranged for Anthony Lombardi's planned book on New Jersey's history told through style.
Lombardi brought all the stylists from his salon, Gatsby owner and Bridgewater resident Gayle Giacomo's salon and Glam Fairy Alexa Prisco together to pose in different photos for the shoot.
"My main worry about the shoot was the fact that we had so many shots and scenes to get with only two days to get them," Montville High School graduate Olivia Blois Sharpe said of the process in the "Jerseylicious" blogs. "I'm a perfectionist, so I wasn't cool with allowing any of the shots to be half-assed—especially since my name was attached to the book."
Giacomo herself made an appearance as the NJ Devil, and her daughter, and Gatsby manager, Christy Pereira, also posed for a photo with her two children.
And of course the drama between Gigi Liscio, Tracey DiMarco and Sharpe continued as they tried to avoid each other at the photo shoot, while also airing their dirty laundry with those who hadn't heard the details of their ending friendship, including Prisco.
Prisco and Pereira had a moment of friendship after a previously tumultous relationship that included jabs at the latter following and during her pregnancy. But it seems Prisco has recently seen the light, as she is pregnant now herself.
"I don't want negative energy in my life or negativity around a pregnant person, so I wanted to make sure that we really went forward on a different foot and put all of our old drama behind us," Pereira said in the "Jerseylicious" style blogs. "I don't think it's fair or good for anybody to be so negative. She did that to me when I was pregnant, and I'd never want to do that to her or have our kids be around such negativity."
"Jerseylicious" airs Sundays at 8 p.m. on the Style Network.