David Foster was in British Columbia early this month for yet another fundraiser. That man does a lot of fundraising! While he was there he gave an interview that revealed why someone as rich as Yolanda agreed to do the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in the first place.
It really was obvious if you were paying attention. The lemons, the cleanses, the refrigerator to die for, Suzanne Somers dropping by to discuss bioidentical hormone therapy, the exercising scenes. It truly does all make sense now.
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In addition to his newly minted executive job, the past few years have brought new developments in Foster’s personal life — in November 2011 he married his fourth wife, Dutch model and TV personality Yolanda Hadid Foster.
The 49-year-old has since become a cast member on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” the reality franchise known for glitz-framed boozing and backstabbing. But the show has little impact on Foster’s life, he said.”It doesn’t affect me at all. She’s doing it for a specific reason, and her reason is that she wants to have a … lifestyle and fitness show. She’s very good at it and she’s very good at giving advice,” he adds of his wife, who has hosted a similar program in her native Netherlands.
“She’s also been sick with Lyme disease for going on two years now, so she’s battling that, and she wants to tell her story. So she thinks — and she’s right — that (the) Beverly Hills housewives show is a platform for her to tell her Lyme story and to get her point across and then to catapult her to the show that she ultimately wants to do.
“The Beverly Hills show, like she says, is just a bunch of clowns trying to make a living,” he adds. “It’s a show about nothing basically but people seem to like it. Yolanda seems to enjoy it and I think she comes across very classy on the show and doesn’t really engage much in all the banter that goes on.”