UBBLY blonde Brynne Edelsten has promised her new fly-on-the-wall reality show Brynne: My Bedazzled Life will be free of artificial colouring and flavouring.
The Channel 7 series, about her day-to-day life, has been 12 months in the making and she says everything captured on film is exactly what would have occurred in her life even if a camera had not been looking over her shoulder.
Edelsten says that unlike other reality shows such as the long-running pay-TV series Keeping Up With The Kardashians, there is nothing contrived for the camera.
She admits she is a little apprehensive about how she will be portrayed and slightly regrets not having an editing clause in her contract to override any scenes she may not approve of.
‘‘There’s a big difference between the Kardashians and mine,’’ she says. ‘‘They have set-ups, where there are lots of cameras, and this is a onecamera, one-person show.
‘‘I am not good at reading scripts and making things up, I’m good at being me, when I am most comfortable and natural.’’
Edelsten was born in Oklahoma and moved to Arizona when she was an infant.
By the time the fitness instructor hit her 20s she ventured to Los Angeles where she met colourful entrepreneur and former prisoner Dr Geoffrey Edelsten, 40 years her senior, through a mutual friend at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in 2008.
Some six months later they had their first date in Las Vegas and in 2009 they were married at Melbourne’s Crown Casino, where they hired Seinfeld star Jason Alexander and Nanny star Fran Drescher as MCs.
‘‘He says it was love at first sight, but I