This winter, Oxygen TV’s ‘Bad Girls Club’ was the show we loved to hate and hated to love. Every week millions of people tuned in to watch a small group of women make big noise in LA. Seven women, from all over the country, none knowing the other, lived together, drinking, fighting, loving, sexing, scheming, lying, backstabbing, bragging, and running their city.
But no other castmate stood out more this season than Natalie Nunn: big ego, big attitude, and one hell of an instigator.
Power 107.5 and FlyPaper Online Magazine were able to get an exclusive interview with Natalie when she came to Columbus to rock Martini Park restaurant and nightclub. Here’s what she told FlyPaper’s own Doug Williams about her personality and her future.
Q: “The Bad Girls Club” highlighted a lot of bad qualities of the women that were on the show. We know you have good qualities; so what would you say are three good qualities that people watching wouldn’t know?
A: “I really want to work with and help juvenile delinquents.” (FYI: Natalie values the education she has attained over the years. She graduated from the University of Southern California with a double-major in Communication and Sociology, along with a minor in Business.)
The “bad girl” says she has a great amount of self-respect. She is pleased with the fact that she didn’t have sex in order to make her way to the top. Even though she slept with one person in the industry, she is not for having a sexual reputation.
Lastly, she is extremely family-oriented. “I take care of my grandmother and I just bought a house for my family out in Cali.”
Q: Really? Were you raised to be close to your family? I realize that Latin-based families stick together well like you are doing. What is your nationality?
A: “Yes. I am Puerto Rican and Brazilian.
Q: What’s next for the infamous Nunn?
A: I’m going to have my own TV show.
Q: For sure? Is this a rumor, brand new information, or what?
A: Well I just signed the contract, so I am sure it’s gonna happen.
Q: What’s the name of the show?
A: It’s called ‘I Run L.A.’
Q: Everyone knows you Run L.A. What city will you run next?
A: Houston, NY, Miami….The globe!
Q: We all grow up having different dreams in life, and everyone takes different paths. Ten years ago, at age 15, where did you think you’d be today?
A: I knew I was gonna be a personality!
Q: This was your dream?
A: Yep, I wanted to be famous.
See some of Natalie’s best moments below: