Here’s how Courtney described the show, in her own words:“I would describe it as a 31-year-old single gal, who loves Dallas, who’s just kind of navigating her way through the city that is filled with 30,000 millionaires.
And I think it’s tough being my age and being single, because if you meet a single guy, you’re like, “Okay, you’ve dated a friend who’s dated a friend, and I know everything already about you and I’ve never shook your hand.” So it’s tough. People that like me, that were fans of me on And regarding Matt Nordgren’s appearance:“Matt does make an appearance, and I think people will be shocked — I think people are expecting one thing when it comes Matt and I’s relationship, but I think, um, I think people in Dallas are going to be high-fiving me the next day after they see Matt Nordgren’s appearance.”Oooh that sounds juicy!
) Love life aside, Courtney is also faced with shocking news that her mother may have cancer, which only strengthens her bonds with her family and best friend, Tori.
However, as Courtney’s career rides high, she neglects important friends and proves that having it all sure isn’t easy.
) hoping to make her mark on the industry she’s obsessed with.
After having her heart broken by best friend, Matt Nordgren, Courtney continues to try to find the love of her life (and he must be a perfect Southern gentleman of course!
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When it comes to the ladies, Matt definitely plays the field, but isn’t a player. Her style blog, What Courtney Wore, boasts about 500,000 readers a month and her Instagram account has more than 52,000 followers. To tide you over, I picked up the phone to chat with (full disclosure) my friend Courtney Kerr about dealing with haters, life on camera, and making her second debut on a TV series even though she doesn’t own a television set.Plus she can still be found most mornings on KTXD’s , finally makes its premiere tonight, Dec. ended, and I had gone back to work and started the blog.So I was staying busy going back to the normal shopgirl grind.I happened to get a random phone call out of the blue on a Wednesday afternoon—I will never forget it—from the production company, and they had the director of development from Bravo on the phone and said, “Here’s what we want to do.” I couldn’t believe that a network found me interesting enough to carry a show.Trust me, for every 10 people that love you, there’s one person that really, really hates you.But I like to think that haters are just admirers who are just confused or jealous., people saw me as this entitled, snarky, bitchy girl who was super-vain, super-obsessed with herself, super-obsessed with her best friend, who picks on other girls, and who is really honest.I think some of those things are true about myself [laughs] and you’ll see an extension of some of those things, but on .I think in this show they’re going to say, “Wow, Courtney has really strong work ethic.” “Wow, Courtney’s friendships are really, really important to her.” “Wow, Courtney is someone, that yeah, is honest and speaks her mind and she’s pretty blunt,” but once they see the way I was raised and see my relationship with my mother and they understand that, they’ll understand why I am the way I am.[Laughs.] There are days that it’s weird, but I try not to get wrapped up in it.