Australian reality star, Serena DC, is making a huge splash in the television world by starring in her own reality show that isn’t based on toxic personalities and negativity — but uplifting stories about Hollywood celebrities.
Serena DC is an entrepreneur, author, matchmaker, and star of the new hit reality show, ‘Dream Life’ where she is attempting to inspire the audience in an uplifting way — and highlighting some bright spots of Hollywood.
The show follows this Australian star in her attempt to make her own dream come true of hosting a talk show, ‘Hollywood Disclosure,’ where she talks to stars about their extreme personal life hardships and how they bounced back!
Not your normal Hollywood reality show, right?!
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In the show, Serena and her crew is made up of controversial former reality stars like Eden Sassoon (RHWOBH)n and Amber Renae (Project Runway). The team works together to film the talk show, interviewing A-listers like Caitlyn Jenner, Tara Ried and Corey Feldman.
They also worked together launching the world’s first online dating school, ‘The Love Academy.’
As you can see, Serena is one of Australia’s hottest imports and is smoking hot in new pictures released for the show. If you haven’t heard the name, she rose to fame after starring in hit Netflix reality show “Instant Hotel” and by being the go-to girl for all things dating, sex and love!
“You can have a ton of drama and controversy without having to be a total b—h!” Serena said on IG live about her new reality show.
According to the reality star, the source of her strength, optimism, and drive comes from her past. In Australia, when Serena became famous on television — she was the subject of trolling and online bullying about her appearance.
The trolling led to Serena fighting depression and having to face the ugly side of social media every day. Now that she is on top of her game, she wants to help people going through the same thing with her talk show and with “The Love Academy”.
With the U.S. facing a massive pandemic, and unemployment numbers skyrocketing, we could use the help!
‘Dream Life’ airs Sunday’s on FYI Network and Hulu Live.