Do you have any regrets about participating on reality TV?I don’t because I think that I was very lucky to be a part of something that was a big deal and a show that you know was successful at that time.You ended up getting your own solo show Daisy of Love, what was that experience like?I felt very grateful and extremely lucky and really excited and just on top of the world.What’s your favorite behind the scenes moment, something we didn’t see play out on camera? I think that was really cool as a musician and all that so I think that’s great.
That was my first television show I ever did so I just sorta went with the flow.
The musicians opens up her substance abuse and her journey to reconnecting with her estanged mother after 13 years. I would really like to go to Australia but we’ll see uh what happens and where I can go. Were you pursuing music and acting before you found reality TV?
It’s been a while since we’ve heard from the Daisy de la Hoya. Daisy de la Hoya: I’ve been doing a lot of traveling around the world and working on music and getting involved in activism and animals rights. I had been pursing the arts for pretty much all my life and I found the [Rock of Love] casting director on My Space.
[Laughs] Sometimes you get lost in the moment and you really never savor the moment.
Have you maintained any relationships on from any of the reality shows you participated on?
To know that people were that interested in me and that the producers and everyone at VH1 thought I was you know “something.” They saw something in me and I thought that was just magical. It’s hard to, you know, you gotta be interesting and funny, and beautiful or whatever and hopefully people love you and they watch you and your career flourishes and you go on [Laughs] Did the show feel real? For me as an aspiring actress and someone who aspires to be in the entertainment business I have been lucky enough to have a taste of it. There’s Daisy and then Daisy on the show and those lines don’t blend.