Real Housewives of Melbourne newbie Pettifleur Berenger is promoting her first book, “Switch the Bitch: My Formula to Being the Champion of your Life, not the Victim.” In the introduction to the book Berenger says her formula is “a completely alternative route you never before considered.” The anecdotes address “vital miss-steps a woman commonly makes in relationships.”
If the phrase “Switch the Bitch” sounds familiar to you, you know your reality TV! The Apprentice and Celebrity Apprentice: All Stars star Omarosa wrote “The Bitch Switch: Knowing How to Turn It on and Off” in 2008. A lot has happened to Omarosa since releasing that book. Her fiance, actor Michael Clarke Duncan, died of a heart attack. La Toya Jackson accused Omarosa on national TV of murdering Duncan. Omarosa got married to another man, and five years later divorced. After putting reality TV on hold, Omarosa became an ordained Baptist minister.