'Survivor': Trish unloads on 'unbearable... vicious... no class' Kass
Trish Hegarty tried to let bygones by bygones after she was voted off of Survivor: Cagayan, wishing everyone luck as her torch was snuffed. So how did arch nemesis Kass respond? By giving her the finger on the way out.
So it’s little wonder that after watching that one finger salute on TV last night that Trish did not hold back when she called into Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM channel 105) this morning. Here are just a few of the words she used to describe Kass during the course of our discussion: unbearable, cruel, vicious, no class, and delusional. Oh, yeah, she also said that Kass “literally made my skin crawl.” So there’s that.
And there’s much more. Hear how Trish feels about being betrayed by Tony, how she thinks she would have done in the finals, her thoughts on pre-merge enemy Lindsey, and what has surprised her the most watching the season play back on TV. It’s all ready and waiting for you on the latest edition of the InsideTV Podcast and you can listen to it right here and right now by clicking on the audio player below. (The Trish interview begins at the 36:40 mark.)
But first, director Ryan Murphy stops by to talk all about his heartbreaking new HBO movie The Normal Heart, which is an adaptation of Larry Kramer’s landmark play and tells the story of the early days of the AIDS outbreak in New York City. Murphy talks all about putting up his own money to acquire the film rights, the biggest hurdles in adapting it, butting heads with Larry Kramer, and shutting down production so Matt Bomer could lose 40 pounds to play his character after contracting the disease. He also gives us a little scoop on American Horror Story: Freak Show. It’s an emotional chat you will not want to miss.
Up next, we talk with Orphan Black star Jordan Gavaris, who plays flamboyant Felix on the show. He chats with us all about Felix’s big episode recently where he finally told off foster sister Sarah. It was an emotional scene — so emotional that Gavaris starts to tear up just talking about it. Get your hankies ready and check it out. (The Jordan Gavaris interview starts at 24:30.)
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