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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

My chat with Flipping Out's Jeff Lewis


Are you ready for tonight's season premiere of Bravo's Flipping Out
Head on over to Curbed National to check out my interview with Jeff Lewis!

13 comments:

La Boheme said...

Haha "you have to learn to deal with difficult people" nice! Great interview Raina!

Alexis L. said...

I am semi-paralyzed imagining your face during this entire exchange.

christine {bijouandboheme} said...

Holy crapsticks...I can't wait to read this!!!

Kim@Chattafabulous said...

Great interview Raina. I think JL is just a big ol' mushpot with a teeny tiny little fuse! Can't wait for tonight - got the popcorn maker on standby!!!

David said...

He makes my head hurt.

Sharon @ Real Estate Resuscitation said...

Looks like I've got another Bravo TV show to download from iTunes. You have the coolest "gig" I know and you do a great job.

Erin said...

I am probably more excited to read this interview than any other one you've done so far... what does that say about me?

Never mind. I don't want to know.

Mr. Goodwill Hunting said...

Did you give you some free wall paper? That would be like so amazing!



Rashon
www.ilovethrifting.com

Raina Cox said...

Mr. GWH - Ha! He did not. But he was an absolute delight to talk to, very funny and warm.

Lausi said...

Uhm.... how you managed to formulate coherent sentences in the presence of this GORGEOUS man... beats me!

*mind boggles*

But then...unlike me, you're a true professional... right? ;)

Anonymous said...

I have to wonder if these people fawning over your interview actually read the same one I did, as I found you and Jeff to be both vapid and offensive in your depiction of the homeless person living in his house. "He/she?" Really, laying claim to being snarky does not make you a proper interviewer. And if you think I'm alone in my criticism, please see the comments on Curbed.

Raina Cox said...

Anon - Mr. Lewis' comments are his own. I personally made no reference to the homeless person you describe.

I'm not sure what your definition of a "proper interviewer" is. My qualifications for discussing interiors, art and architecture are a B.S. in Interior Design, a B.A. in History of Art and a 20-year career immersed in those topics.

Comments on Curbed are reviewed by my editor and myself. We respond only for purposes of clarification.

SGM said...

YAHOOOO! So glad to hear he was nice.