Any way, this six-part documentary (to be aired sometime in Spring 2011) follows the embarrassing saga of Sarah, Duchess of York and her ambition to change her pathetic life around. The idea for the documentary can about after Miss Winfrey interviewed Sarah regarding her shady life and her attempt to receive “… £500,000 [for access to Prince Andrew]” from some dude.
I remember the last thing I said to her when I left the interview: ‘Don’t let me see you on Dancing with the Stars.’ [Then] She started emailing me and at one point asked what did I think of her doing a celebrity chef show. And I said, ‘That’s not going to help you. How are you going to rehabilitate yourself?’
Miss Winfrey goes on to discuss her idea of documenting Sarah in hopes that if she sees herself the way others do it might help her change her ways. Sarah was apparently reluctant at first. According to Miss Winfrey, Sarah said:
‘Let me think about it…’ She sent me an email about how it’s so difficult to give up going to Spain this year, And I said, ‘You have no money. People who don’t have money don’t go to Spain on holiday. HELLO!!!’
Ugh. I have no respect for Sarah Ferguson and I highly doubt I will watch that crap-fest documentary. But, if you do, let me know what you think of it.
Source: Los Angeles Times, Parade Magazine (December 26, 2010) Photo courtesy of TRF