“Reality television has really changed — we’re no longer pulling each others’ hair out,” Dorothy Toran said. Toran, who is executive in charge of production at Bravo TV and “The Real Housewives of New Jersey,” has worked in the industry for years and told Bold Life that reality TV stars still have disagreements, but are now having “controlled conversation[s]” where they voice their different opinions without fighting.
She also praised the women on Bravo shows for being “masterful in business” and using their platforms to catapult their brands in a way Toran called “incredibly smart.”
Additionally, we discussed Toran’s lupus advocacy work, inspired by her younger sister, Weade Williams-Bridges, who passed away suddenly from lupus two years ago.
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