VH1's Wicked Singles' Rachel Talks about her Relationship with PJ on Maria Menounos' AfterBuzz TV Network

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Star of VH1's Wicked Single, Rachel, talks about her relationship with PJ and gives the exclusive that the couple is moving in together on Maria Menounos' AfterBuzz TV network.

Star of VH1's Wicked Single, Rachel, talks about her relationship with PJ and gives the exclusive that the couple is moving in together on Maria Menounos' AfterBuzz TV network.

On her relationship with PJ:
“You know what, you guys, I have to say I have never been so happy and so in love in my life. It’s great. And the best part about it is... I’m so bad at taking pictures and documenting everything, but we had a great documentary [on the show], I mean obviously there’s more to it, but of our love story and our dating and everything like that. Our story, who can top that?

On meeting PJ:
“We met through mutual friends and we always liked each other years ago, and every time he would come around, we’d always talk, but nothing would ever happen. And I didn’t know him well enough you know that we would hang out one on one, but somehow, someway, we ended up reconnecting and it was during the time that I was doing the show.”

On moving in with PJ:
“I kind of think it’s fate. The way that it happened and the way that everything came together, I absolutely do think it’s fate, and I will let you guys know, we are very serious and we are still dating and actually we’re moving in together in a couple of months.”

On wanting to be engaged to PJ:
“My hope would be yes because obviously Rachel does not want to waste her time on a relationship.”

On moving in with PJ:
“They don’t actually know we’re moving in together, but I’m sure after this, they will.”

On fighting with Chelsea:
“I thought everything was good and dandy when we went into filming, but it was like as soon as those cameras went up, it was kind of like, like, let’s get on this girl. Let’s…you know, she doesn’t belong here type of thing. And I was shocked by it because I thought we were on good terms.”

On Reality TV and the show:
“There are components of it that are definitely dramatized, but there are a lot of components that are very raw and very real that you see on camera, and I think… one thing that a producer said to me and I believe it to this day, like here I am, I’ve never done anything like this before and all I know going into this experience is that I want people to love me or hate me, but I’ve succeeded as long as I’ve been myself. One thing that a producer said to me and that I won’t forget is that “Be who you are, because eventually everyone’s true colors will come out. So just be you, and it will be OK.”

On Joe and PJ:
“I think that Joe is a little more wise than to say a smart remark to PJ, I mean, let’s be serious, at the end of the day, can anyone picture Joe in a fist fight?” … “PJ isn’t a violet kid, but he is going to defend his woman, and if Joe has something to say that would be inappropriate, which often times, as we’ve seen, Joe does, and I think that PJ would have no problem stepping up to the plate and saying something to him, and I think Joe knows better than to open up his mouth and say something that would embark on a temper or fight. Something like that.”

On her relationship with Chrissy:
“I’ll be honest with you guys, I haven’t actually talked to Chrissy since last episode because I feel that some of the things that she said on the last episode, quite frankly, I think I’ve mentioned this to you before, maybe Joe or Nikki or something, but we watch it with you guys, we find out what is happening with you guys.” … “I was surprised in the sense that Chrissy has some things that were not so positive to say about me in this past episode, so I haven’t actually talked to her.”

On a second season:
“You know, Jeff Masters, you might be breaking some news to me because I didn’t know that they’d announced there wasn’t going to be a second season…however, what’s next for me is that I’m focusing, what really came out of the show for me was relationships. I will never, like I’ve said this before, but I live my life with no regrets, and I became even more closer to Nikki. As you get older, you realize how important real friendships are to you.

On her future:
“Oh honey, let me tell you, I am a boat full of knowledge and writing a book is at the top of my list. As a matter of fact, I’ve already started. Definitely got lots to say. You never know what’s next for me or even Nikki, I think that there’s definitely opportunities ahead.”

Links to Rachel's full interview can be found at -

YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-stvD-9_ZM

iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/wicked-single-afterbuzz-tv/id626682741?mt=2

AfterBuzz TV's Wicked Single aftershow, is hosted by Jeffrey Masters, Phil Svitek, Gabrielle Loren, and Naz Perez. The AfterBuzz TV Wicked Single aftershows are weekly wrap up shows that broadcast worldwide from Los Angeles, CA as part of Extra's Maria Menounos and filmmaker Keven Undergaro's online broadcast network, AfterBuzz TV. AfterBuzz TV is dedicated to producing daily post-game wrap-up shows for fans' favorite TV shows, covering shows like Game of Thrones, Mad Men, Dancing with the Stars, Doctor Who and countless others. Currently AfterBuzz TV receives over 20 million weekly downloads on iTunes from over 75 countries. For further information about the network, visit afterbuzztv.com

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