This well-endowed blonde knows how to swim through the fishpond of show business quite quickly. Which she has gradually learned to wave off the title of “gold-digger”, she still avoids interviews for the media on the topic of “love”. However, she told us which men are currently the most influential in her life and finally spoke out about her “Mr Right”.
I am happy. I have no issues, nothing is bothering me. My family is healthy, I have a job I like and I’m enjoying my free time. I have time for myself and I am grateful for it.
I never even had acting ambitions, but when the opportunity arose, I liked to act. But I’ve never really told myself that I want to be in a film. However, given that I’m currently filming Ohnivý kuře (TV show), there is some acting involved. I enjoy it, but it’s more of a hobby rather than me thinking I’m an actress.
I am the host. I have a television show and I act alongside Mrs Janžurová. When I found out that I would be arguing in front of the camera with Mrs Janžurová, my stomach flipped over and I thought it would be a disaster. My first filming day was straight with her. I was afraid I would look like a silly girl that is trying for something, but I have to say that it turned out to be very pleasant and she is very nice and easy-going. But what I really enjoy is the hosting. I like communicating with people, I’m extroverted, I have a great collective around me and I can always talk to somebody. It fulfils me.
I do. When I look back at the beginnings, I’m not really surprised. Back then I was still looking for how to improve myself and I didn’t understand what was going on, what they want from me. Yet all it needed was to be natural. At first I was trying to be something I’m not, and as soon as I started acting spontaneous, the positive responses came.
I host either alone or with colleagues. It’s completely different with everybody. At first, Petr pulled me along a lot and I think we’re on the same wavelength. We like to experiment, improvise and sometimes they need to calm us down and remind us to stick to the script. With Mirek it’s entirely different. He sticks to what is given and I know exactly what is in store.
As far as work is concerned, I allowed myself to be influenced initially, because I was afraid to express myself or stick out my horns, and I left it to the colleague. But now we sit down and I say: look, I don’t like this, let’s do this and we agree. With both.
No, not at all. I would say I’m the dominant type.
It happened that I had a boyfriend with whom I was very quiet, but that’s not really who I am. It weighed down on me a lot. I was lost in the relationship for a long time and didn’t know whether or not to be with him. In the end I ended it and now I’m enjoying my free time. I’m the kind that always goes in head first and tends to dictate things.
I am an Aries, so I am completely stubborn. Even without using my brain or thinking, but I go for it. Even over dead bodies! (laughs)
I do go over dead bodies and I think that in this line of work, you have to be able to.
It’s never happened to me yet, but everybody says that there are not friends in show business and there can’t be. But I imagine it was happen the other way around too. They can come to work and tell me they’ve found a replacement for me. It happens to everybody at some point. I can even be replaced with an older host. I am resigned to this. It happens in every job.
If I were to compare with the situation in the Czech Republic, I would say I live a better life. But this is also because of my job. I know the media, people, I have opportunities, many open doors in various places. I definitely have a better life thanks to Prima (TV).
That is a wide term. Somebody sees luxury in being able to spend four days in Croatia, somebody in spending a month in the Maldives. But for me luxury means living a comfortable life without any thoughts about being able to afford it, and being the master of my time. If I can decide to go to Thailand for a month to suntan, then I think it’s a luxurious life.
If I go with my family, then yes. I also pay for my mother. But when I go with a partner, then I am of course grateful if we can go on vacation and he pays for it.
I’m quite sure they wouldn’t (laughs). But I’ve got used to the fact that my media image is what it is, and I’ve learned to live with it. When somebody enters my name on the internet, they must think I’m a walking train wreck. Ninety percent of the articles published about me are negative, with a few little positive ones.
I think they do because of my media image. I had a boyfriend that wasn’t rich and nobody wondered about it. I lived in a completely normal relationship, didn’t expect any gifts or vacations. So I don’t know why I should have such an awful reputation if I’m capable of living with somebody that I don’t expect those things from. I am capable of having a partner who is not entirely financial secure. I would of course expect his support, but that doesn’t mean he has to have gold mines.
It used to, and it does, but I’ve been facing it for so long that I try not to notice.
I don’t talk about it, but I do respond to the photos that were published. People can see me anytime anywhere having a coffee with anybody, and it can be a friend, boyfriend or colleague. I can have a coffee with anybody and it doesn’t have to be my boyfriend or lover or future husband.
That’s one of the reasons. But I find it incredibly comical when somebody has a relationship and starts talking about the person as “Mr Right” without thinking that there could be ten more boyfriends to follow. So even if I did have a partner now and spoke about him as the love of my life, it could happen that somebody new comes around in six months, and I would again be talking about him as Mr Right. This is precisely why I don’t discuss relationships, because anything can happen at any time. When one day I know for sure that “he” is the one”… (laughs). And now I’m talking nonsense!
For instance before a wedding (laughs). When I know that it’s right to tell the media that we are together, I will. But until I feel that, I won’t do it.