Dorinda Medley Shows Fans How To 'Make It Nice' In New Memoir | Celebrity Page

Dorinda Medley isn't holding back!



Make It Nice, named after one of Medley's iconic catchphrases, is giving fans a fresh perspective on the star's life.

"It truly is like giving birth. I mean, it's such like buildup and it finally happens and boom. I thought the book was sort of a great opportunity to connect the dots and follow the breadcrumbs and kind of understand how I got there, because there was many different ingredients to each stage that kind of made me the woman I am today. People only know me as Dorinda Medley from The Real Housewives that lives in Bluestone Manor, which is basically to them like a film set. It's not a real home. Remember, this was my home with my family for years."

Dorinda starred on The Real Housewives of New York City from 2015 to 2020. Despite no longer being on RHONY, Medley is still feeling the love from the show's fans.

"The fans have been so loyal, and they have never stopped. I feel like my relationship is maybe even stronger in a way. Especially this last year... there's a lot of out of sight, out of mind and you never know how that is going to work," Medley said.

With multiple outlets announcing Dorinda as one of the stars of an upcoming Real Housewives spin-off, along with many other business ventures in the works, the reality star is keeping herself busy.

"I've got a lot of stuff going on right now, and I'm very pleased, and they're very good solid partnerships. It couldn't of come at a better time, and I love the fact that [the book is] officially out. I'm really proud of it."

Make It Nice is available everywhere now.

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