All About the Tea recently had a chance to catch up with “Blood Sweat and Heels,” star Chantelle Fraser after the show wrapped in June.
The businesswoman and reality star is focused on her career as the owner of Flawless, a promotions and modeling agency while embarking on new ventures. The British-born beauty is taking the next big step by launching a new lifestyle brand, Flawless Living. Chantelle’s new venture puts her in good company among the numerous Bravolebs that have launched successful businesses outside of reality TV.
On her new lifestyle brand Fraser gushes, “Flawless-living.com is a self-development and life style digital platform I decided to start because I want like-minded people to have a complete resource to help them on their journey to success. The “Flawless Philosophy” as I call It is about being the architect of your own life and setting your life up for optimal success. Flawless-living.com guides the visitors through this journey of self-improvement focusing on health & wellness, fitness, beauty, love, etiquette and style. It’s very interesting and if you are focused on being the best version of yourself then you will love this site!”
Adjusting to having her life documented on reality television was a learning curve. Chantelle recalls how the experience has changed for her since the show aired,
“It’s been a very busy and dynamic time for me. There’s been many new challenges and opportunities. I’m even hosting a Stiletto work out July 25thin Manhattan. It’s going to be a good time. I’m just having fun with life and being open to new possibilities. “
Naturally, reality TV is just the beginning for the talented well-rounded Fraser, who’s taking a leap of faith and stepping on the stage. She’s starring in a new play called “Georgia.” Fraser tells us,
“The play covers the intense topic of rape in relationships and the various perspectives surrounding the topic. I play the victim’s mother who is doting yet unsympathetic to her situation. It’s certainly thought-provoking and controversial. I am really excited for this new chapter in my life though. It’s a completely new opportunity for me, being my first time staring in a play, so it’s a huge challenge for me. This role definitely takes me outside of my comfort zone and the craziest part is that my character has a thick Jamaican accent that’s really tough to master. The play is showing from July 28th to August 6th in New York City. You can get info and tickets at www.georgiatheplay.com. It’s a really good play, and I feel so proud to be part of it.”
Chantelle weighs in on why Bravo did not film a “Blood, Sweat & Heels” season 2 reunion, “I don’t know actually. I wish I knew. We all could do well with some closure on some issues so it would have been good.”