JACKIE WARNER DISHES ON BRAVO'S "WORK OUT" REUNION SPECIAL, TUESDAY, MAY 15 AT 10PM
JACKIE WARNER AND HER TRAINERS DISH ON BRAVO'S "WORK OUT REUNION: WATCH WHAT HAPPENS SPECIAL," TUESDAY, MAY 15 AT 10PM ET/PT
May 10, 2007 � Jackie Warner and her trainers are in the hot seat and sweating it out on Bravo's "Work Out Reunion: Watch What Happens Special," premiering Tuesday, May 15 at 10PM ET/PT. Hosted by Bravo's Senior Vice President of Programming Production, Andy Cohen, who also hosts www.bravoTV.com's weekly broadband series "Watch What Happens," Warner and her trainers get together to dish on the second season filled with emotional highs and lows, romantic drama and the launch of Warner's new business ventures.
"Most trainers get into their industry because they have severe body dismorphia," says a candid Warner when asked about the body issues that trainers face, which in turn, bonds them to their clients. "Our bodies might be different on the outside but the issues are exactly the same." Later those sentiments are shared when one of the Skylab clients drops by to show off her curves and talk about the life-changing experience. Then it's onto Warner and her rocky relationships. From Mimi to Tiffany to trainer Rebecca (Cardon), find out whom she might be locking lips with and who is out of the picture for good.
And finally, it gets tough when the subject turns to friend and trainer Doug Blasdell who passed away during the season. "I hope that everybody out there in the world can meet somebody like that, whether it be 30 seconds, or 30 years," says Brian Peeler who along with the rest of the trainers is still emotionally raw over their loss. Each takes a moment to reflect on experiences shared with Blasdell for whom a foundation has been established. For more information on the Doug Blasdell Foundation, go to www.BravoTV.com.
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