Monday, October 3, 2011

Russian Dolls: Marina Issues Press Release





Marina plans a spin off show and cookbook, so she says, in a press release SHE issued. Well she better find herself a production company and publisher and finance it herself. No one in their right mind is going to invest money in her with that abrasive personality and high pitched voice, when there are so many other talented and personable people available for work. The offers are not pouring in as Michael and Marina would like us to believe or there would be no need for a press release, she would be in negotiations.

The only reason Marina appeared in so many newspapers is because of the controversy the show stirred up in the Russian community of Brighton Beach. That is the real reason the show made the news. The very people who were offended by the show brought much attention to it. However, it did not take many episodes to figure out the show was not going to last very long. The cast members and storylines were uninteresting to boring and there was too much not real about a show that is supposed to be a reality show.

In her press release, Marina makes sure to do plenty of name dropping as though it is going to impress us that she has a Hermes bag or a be diamonded watch. Who cares? Her full bodied figure is far from flattering when she insists on wearing tight fitting clothing. Even the greatest designer in the world cannot make her look stunningly beautiful, as she appears in her own mind’s eye.

Eva’s audition did not make it to air on the show X Factor, but Marina claims Simon Cowell promised to eat at Rasputin! If he did in fact say that, he was being polite at best. Why would he eat there when NYC is home to a couple of Gordon Ramsey restaurants, where the food is bound to be delicious and impeccably made from the finest ingredients. As you recall, on the show, they served pigs in a blanket at Sveta’s jewelry show. That is food for peasants not socialites.

This whole press release is the biggest joke of all that has come out of Russian Dolls. Read it if you can and please share your opinion.



Link To Press Release:
http://www.marketwatch.com/story/star-of-russian-dolls-marina-levitis-plans-tv-spinoff-and-cookbook-2011-10-03

What do you think of this new development? Is there anything here that rings true for you?

6 comments:

  1. I can't believe that this tasteless bimbo vegetable Marina Levitis is so self-assured. Why can't she just play rich girl and stop playing Hollywood celebrity:-) Although some of it may be out of desperation. The Levitises are showing off their ill-gotten wealth while allegedely having financial problems, at least according to people in the community.

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  2. I think most people who drop $20,000 on unnecessary jewelry and furs would soon go bankrupt. I do not think her appearance on the show has helped Rasputin business either. It sure makes me want to avoid the place not make reservations!

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  3. As someone that knows the Levitis family and worked as an ex-client with them for the Resputin business I can say that, this is 100% true.

    "I can't believe that this tasteless bimbo vegetable Marina Levitis is so self-assured. Why can't she just play rich girl and stop playing Hollywood celebrity:-) Although some of it may be out of desperation. The Levitises are showing off their ill-gotten wealth while allegedely having financial problems, at least according to people in the community. "

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  4. I've been watching the show from the beginning....and I love it...why not think big....people need to know more about Russians and this is the way to get the word out....What I like most about the show is that these women prove that they are comfortable with how they look and what they wear.

    I'M FOR A TALK SHOW...GO FOR IT....DON'T LET THE ACCENT GET IN THE WAY. IT WILL BE YOR TRADEMARK!!!!!

    If you need a good writer contact me Nina seowriter365@gmail.com ---- Russian blood running through my veins too...just not 100% LOL

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  5. Oy vey (declared with no hint of a Russian/Hungarian accent circa 1915)

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  6. this show is a joke and so are these people.

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