Davina Potratz wishes her softer side was shown on ‘Selling Sunset’
Don’t judge a real estate agent by a TV show.
“Selling Sunset” star Davina Potratz wishes fans got to see her softer side on the show, but she understands that it may not be juicy enough for viewers craving drama when it returns to Netflix on Aug. 7.
“I actually am the jokester with my friends and I love being really funny and playful and I think that’s not really shown on the show,” the real estate agent recently told Page Six. “I have really close, good girlfriends and I’m the most loyal, sweet friend. And I think that maybe isn’t dramatic enough for the show so they don’t show a lot of that.”
Potratz, 30, added that despite what footage makes it to air, she’s actually close friends with most of the cast including Chrishell Stause, Christine Quinn, Maya Vander, Mary Fitzgerald, Heather Rae Young and Amanza Smith.
“There’s a lot of sides to me that people don’t know and that they don’t see,” she explained. “I mean, the show is about 10 people more or less, right? So there’s only so much airtime.”
Unfortunately for the reality star, that means fans may not be able to develop a well-informed opinion of her.
“You didn’t see much of my perspective in season one and I don’t think it’s necessarily fair,” she added, noting that she was a “last-minute addition” to the series. “So I just think you just can’t judge someone based on a TV show if you’ve never even met them. And most people are so shocked when they meet me. They’re like, ‘Wow! You’re so nice!’ I’m like, ‘Yeah. What did you think? Of course!’”
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