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“The Private Lives of Nashville Wives” is quickly gaining quite a fan base. The show centers around six ladies living in Nashville. Erika Page White is married to Bryan White. Fans will remember White from her work on several soap operas, most notably Roseanne Delgado on “One Life to Live.” On March 3, Erika Page White granted the Chicago Television Examiner an interview via email. She shed light on family life and why she and her husband, Bryan White decided to do the show.
Family is so important to Erika Page White. When she was asked why she decided to allow her family to be in the public eye, she responded; “My husband and I have been in the public eye for the past 20 years and I have been a stay at home mom for the past 10 years ,and I have wondered what else I might do to be creative. I felt like this might be a fun way to explore some new things.”
In the premiere episode of “The Private Lives of Nashville Wives,” Erika Page White talked about possibly returning to work in acting. When asked about whether or not she feels like returning to television would affect the family dynamic and how, she replied; “I have focused on my marriage for the past 10 years and if I have an opportunity to work in TV again my husband and I would pray and talk about it to make sure it was the right thing for our family.”
Because this is reality television, many of the scenes are edited to look one way or another. Erika Page White is portrayed as a loving wife who takes care of her family without much focus on herself. When asked about one misconception she thinks fans may have of her, she said; “The one misconception is that they may think I'm a party pooper! I love to dance and have fun with my girlfriends!”
All new episodes of “The Private Lives of Nashville Wives” will air Monday nights at 9 p.m. CST on TNT. If you missed the series premiere, you can catch it online or on demand with Comcast.
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