'Tabatha Takes Over': Tabatha Coffey goes from bullied kid to tough taskmaster

On Thursday (June 27), Bravo's reality show "Tabatha Takes Over" concludes its current season with a look back at some of the hair salons, restaurants and other businesses that Australian hairdresser and businesswoman Tabatha Coffey has attempted to rescue from themselves.Fans of the show know that the platinum-tressed Coffey is a no-nonsense truth-teller, waking up owners of failing establishments to the realities of running a business, making a profit and managing staff, all without losing their creative zeal."It's driven by passion," Coffey says over lunch with Zap2it in Hollywood, during editing on the show. "People get incredibly emotional about that, because they're giving you their art. So, it doesn't matter what it is, if it's cooking a meal, doing a haircut, doing your color, they're giving you a piece of themselves, which is how artists think."They're absolutely correct in feeling that way, but then you have to learn how to disassociate and realize that you...



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