My Big Fat Fabulous Life: Whitney Thore Says There’s No Script

My Big Fat Fabulous Life: Whitney Thore Says There’s No Script

My Big Fat Fabulous Life’s Whitney Thore doesn’t want to admit that the show has a script. In fact, she says the show is something other than a script. And that she would write herself much sharper and more beautiful in any scene.

Recently, TLC’s Whitney said she would answer some fan questions. But she warned that she couldn’t tell how much money she was making. And she said she couldn’t give all the details about what happened to Chase Severino. Whitney is bound by a non-disclosure agreement that prevents her from talking about certain topics.

The breaking up of Chase Severino and Whitney is the biggest question for the fans. But Whitney Thore said fans will have to wait until the latest season comes. And she said My Big Fat Fabulous Life fans would get to see what she did with the engagement ring. She also said she’s happy for Hunt.

After the last season, there was a lot of slack saying the show gets scripted. The hunt that makes someone else pregnant came out just after he told Whitney that he didn’t want a baby. And the fans think the whole relationship was a complete lie.

My Big Fat Fabulous Life: Whitney Thore Says There’s No Script

Right out of the gate, one of the My Big Fat Fabulous Life fan questions was, “Is the show scripted or not? And Whitney Thore laughed and said, “If the show was scripted—I would always be much witter and much prettier in every scene.”

Despite the fact that Whitney denies the script, some MAFS fans don’t buy it. Whitney did say they should make plans when they go to some places. For example, she said they might need to get permission from the establishment to come. But beyond that, Whitney said the production crew is just following her.

Whitney said the My Big Fat Fabulous Life camera crew is catching her. And Whitney said she doesn’t get to choose what goes on television and what doesn’t. Even when it’s a difficult time, she has to deal with it and let the production do their thing.

Written by Sarah Milner

Sarah Milner is a freelance writer for over 5 years.


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