OK!: What did you think of last night's episode?
Joanna Krupa: It was a great episode because of the Lea Black gala. I'm very into charities, so I'm very happy that they focused a lot on the charity. Lea is such a successful woman; she can sit at home and paint her nails, and instead she dedicates her time and energy into her charity. She's such an inspiration to me, because I have a rescue that I recently started, Angels 4 Animals, and I hope and pray that one day it will as success as hers. It was the mean girls' club against the good girls' club last night. Attend the gala out of respect to the kids!
OK!: How do you think Alexia handled it?
JK: I feel like she's scared. She's not a little kid, she shouldn't have to be pressured about what she can and can't do. If she really wanted to go, if her heart was there, I think she would have went. She seems like a confident woman, and she usually makes her own decisions. She's not even friends with Adriana! She's closer to Lea. Does she really support Lea? I didn't like that at all.
OK!: There wasn't enough of you in this episode!
JK: I just think they left the best for last. I really think they focused a lot on the charity, which is great. The polo thing, I didn't understand that. what was the point of it? Was there charity? It seemed like a nonsense trip for the girls. Romain and I showed up, and they saved the best for last.
OK!: How was the gala?
JK: It was wonderful. We had such a great time. Right off the bat you felt at ease knowing your enemy wasn't going to be there. Obviously last year was really tough; when I saw the episode from last year and saw what terrible things Adriana was saying about me at the table, it was just horrible. I have no skeletons in my closet, so it's pretty funny that the person who was saying, "Oh yeah, her dirty little secrets are going to come to out" is now—hellooo, Adriana! It's interesting how karma works itself.
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