But I don’t know if I would do it again, right now I’m glad I’m back in New York, playing with my band and working on my music.The show VH1 has been buzzing about for what seems like forever, Daisy of Love is finally set to premier tonight at 9:oopm Eastern time.Below are excerpts from the interview – How was your time on the show? I couldn’t wait to meet her ’cause there would be fireworks. A., with the change in pressure and the stress and everything.It must have been flattering to being named Fox on account being good-looking. I was drunk the first night, but that kinda kicked in and then it was over for me. It bothered me for the next few days in the house, too. I tend to drink socially and being in the house was one big social experiment.That was my first television show I ever did so I just sorta went with the flow.
My Space was popular at the time and I contacted them. Navarro gave that great blog post announcing his divorce from Carmen back then: “I just want to say thanks for all of your love and support. Daisy De La Hoya from Rock of Love 2 left Crown Bar in Los Angeles last night with Dave Navarro (from more reality shows than you can count). First Tania Goddard, the Rhian Gittins, and of course Carmen Electra, in 2003. So basically it came down to your feelings for Daisy not being strong enough to run the risk of looking like a chump on TV? I didn’t see any of that at the time, but watching it on TV made me sad. The thing about the first episode is I have an ear disease called Ménière’s. It wasn’t that I was homeless, I was just couch surfing because I had a week between getting kicked out of my dad’s house and going on the show. That’s when I said, “This is bulls***, I want to go home.” I’m not going to let someone try to turn me into a chump. What did you think of how destroyed she was by your decision?