What has the reaction been to the news of your being on MDLNY?
A lot of congrats! I think the most people in the industry understand the power of TV and this network and the business it will bring us.
Why New York real estate and not another big city in the US?
Because New York City is the perfect backdrop for a show like this. The city is fast, and so is the show. I can’t imagine any other real estate market more competitive than the one in New York.
How was it working with a team?
I love my producers. They were tough but tough in a good way. They pushed me to my limits and sometimes beyond and therefore I grew. The interviews are actually the most work. People might think it’s easy to talk about yourself like that, but it is not; you have to let it all go and relax and go with it.
What should we expect this season?
I think I close nine deals over the season, so a lot of negotiations and commissions. The drama comes along too, but most of all some of my usual quirkiness and Swedish goofiness.
What are you most excited about now that the show will be premiering?
To become friends with the other Bravolebrities and Andy Cohen – it’s a fun gang of people.