On the season finale of Bravoâ€™s â€œTabatha Takes Over," Tabatha headed to a bed-and-breakfast in Los Angeles to revamp it. Itâ€™s a private home that owner Dianne Bennett, a former music columnist for The Hollywood Reporter, converted it into a B&B. And it was pretty gross.
Tabatha found hairs on the guest-pillows, bad fruit left out so long that it attracted fruit flies, dirty dishes and literally, a hole in the wall.
But maybe the saddest part of the situation was Bennett's nostalgia for her Hollywood glory days.
â€œMy average guest has a typical, dull, middle-American life, she explained. â€œI was the No. 1 music columnist ever. We went to show biz restaurants, lots of celebrities and dinners with famous people.â€
Bennettâ€™s former employer, The Hollywood Reporter, spoke to her about the episode, and Bennett explained that sheâ€™s a high-concept person who's just not into the details.
RealityTVmagazine pointed out her less-than-stellar attitude that doesn't seem to jive with the hospitality industry.
But luckily Tabatha took over, and turned the inn into a snazzy spot.
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