's hit reality show alongside Holly Madison and Bridget Marquardt that first aired back in 2005. All these years later, Hank Baskett's wife is opening up about all of her favorite (and not so favorite) experiences from living the life of luxury in the Playboy Mansion — from fancy parties, private jets, and yes, meeting Jennifer Lopez's ass!
Related: Kendra Goes OFF On Dani Mathers' 'Stupid F*cking Choice' To Body Shame The TV personality shared to "My favorite thing, at one point, living in the mansion was obviously the parties and the first-class traveling.
“I want to get into my experiences dating after the mansion and things like that,” she told Us.
“I love writing.” Tell Us: Are you excited for Holly’s second book?
And it appears as though Hugh Hefner has made this fact abundantly clear as the This will probably move Hef more than a hot tub full of Playboy bunnies! It was Hugh Hefner's 91st birthday Sunday and former girlfriend Kendra Wilkinson wished him a happy one with a heartfelt post.
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“We kept it out of the public spotlight because we had no reason to flaunt it and get caught up in a media circus.” Holly and pop punk rocker Jack Barakat posed together at Lavo in the Palazzo and Tao in The Venetian when the platinum blond reality TV star had her first advance celebration last week of her 31st birthday, which is Dec. Vegas De had hinted about the romance when Jack, who is the vocalist and guitarist for All Time Low, joined Holly on her Florida vacation in September.
Barely a week after her former bed/house mate Kendra Wilkinson tied the knot, Holly Madison has also gotten married.
But while the buxom blonde with the terrible laugh did it for love, the buxom blonde with the drive to succeed did it for attention.
and they'd come up to me and say things like, "Don't you miss the mansion?
" Or, "Oh, Hef should have married you." As if I had missed out on something, when I was independent, free, and making tons of money on my own and doing really well in my career.All the while, Madison writes, the women around him would "[go] through the motions as if they were getting it on or making out with each other, but no one really was." She adds, "No one was actually in the mood (besides Hef, I assumed) or turned on in the slightest." Madison discussed that and much more from her book on a call with And I wasn't interested at first, so I was like, "No, I don't just want to do a tell-all where I talk about someone else." If I do ever write a book I want it to be my story and my journey and what I learned.