Before sitting down with reality TV star
I don’t love being on camera, but I agreed anyway. I knew it couldn’t be any more uncomfortable than the time I was filmed sitting on a hotel bed interviewing the bikini-wearing stars of
Unlike me, Wilkinson knows what she’s doing in front of a camera. She filmed five seasons of “The Girls Next Door” with
"I want to go as long as 'Girls Next Door' did," Wilkinson said as her crew filmed us in a Macy's conference room. "And if I beat that, trust me, whew, I would celebrate. … 'Girls Next Door' was the three of us. It was more of a group thing. This time around, I could say I held my own show for over five seasons. That's a huge accomplishment."
While some might question how much talent it takes to carry a reality TV series, it should be noted that most celeb-starring reality shows don’t last as long as “Kendra” has.
In her new book, the 26-year-old Wilkinson admits to planning out storylines with E! before each season. She claims those plans, however, always go out the window once it comes time to film.
“We never ever stick with a plan,” Wilkinson said. “How do you plan for a baby? How do you plan for (a pro football roster move)? We weren’t planning on the (Philadelphia)
“Hank” is Wilkinson’s husband: Former
Wilkinson said the lines for "Being Kendra" book signings have been longer than they were for her 2010 book "Sliding into Home." Macy's said about 150 people lined up for Tuesday's signing.