Poppy and Bruce took flight in 2012 during a performance by Bruce's experimental theatre company. It was during this performance, guided by rhythm equal and guru extraordinaire Bruce Canard, that Poppy experienced a rebirth that enabled her to forever connect deeper to the rainbow that exists within all of us. Poppy and Bruce believe that by allowing the rhythms of the Wah-Wah to flow freely in your life, you can truly live within the realm of joy. If you feel like you just dropped ayahuasca, you're on the right track with these two.
Does Mark love what he does? No. Helusts what he does. Why? Because he loves money. Inspired by all the classic hedge-fund managers before him, he seemingly has it all figured out. You know, "Yolo" and all that stuff. Pound a couple monsters, hit up David Barton, hit the market for opening bell, trade, get another gym in...relax with a glass of Gruner Veltliner and record a cover of a 90's love song for his long distance girlfriend. Repeat. Wait...what was that last part? You'll have to wait and see what really is behind that money lovin', bros before hoes, bottle poppin' smirk.
Bridget is Irish. No but really Irish. Despite the fact that she's been living in America for nearly half a decade now, Bridget remains connected to the hopes and dreams she's always had as the Irish Gypsy girl she is; get married and live the happy life of a soccer mom in the great suburbs of America. When you're living in the Irish community of Woodlawn and bar tending six nights a week at the pub, fit American suitors are few and far between. But there's no time like the present. With her infamous Wonder Bra strapped on and an aura of eau d'Jameson, Bridget will find a husband.
Drew and Jo are happy-go-lucky blonde transplants from the island of Sweden. They have the kind of life that everyone in New York wants but only few have figured out a way to have, including a garden apartment. They are so enamoured with each other and the life they share with each other that it makes some New Yorkers knit their eyebrows in disgust. The "glod" (happy in swedish) life is simple really. Like the life of a cat. "They live life, they scratch things and then they go on." Glod!
Though she can't actually say the word "entrepreneur", it's ok because she knows in her heart that she is one and that's most important. The last time Tiffany didn't believe in herself was when she was seven and came up with Facebook. If only she had believed in that idea, maybe they would have made a "The Social Network" movie about her. Tiffany came to New York four years ago to audition for “The Apprentice” and hasn’t left since. Creating businesses and stuff is what she is on this earth to do. Like Jessica Simpson. That is the definition of success...so is not eating bacon in the morning. Success.
After recently graduating from med school, Tommy has decided to move to the city that never sleeps and commit to pursuing his deepest passion in life: K-Pop. He works at K-town's hottest karaoke bar, despite his Chinese family's disapproval. Yea, not a drop of Korean blood in his body. But that never stopped anyone! The chaotic party atmosphere that exists in K-town is hard on Tommy's nerves but he always feels rewarded with the opportunity to practice belting out a Taeyang ballad or two after hours. He isn’t very good but he’s going to give “K-POP: The Next Generation” all he’s got.
Alright, alright it’s not her real name. This is show biz, she changed her name decades ago. No one really knows how old Judy is but we do know that she is definitely too old to be auditioning for Velma Kelly (over the years she's auditioned for the role 21 times in Broadway, off-Broadway and regional productions). But age won’t stop Judy ("Don't tell me not to live...") as she believes that an actor’s job is to transform and she will do just that. Gender, race, type nor age will limit her from going to an audition. Her can do "everything's coming up roses" attitude makes it hard for any audition monitor to turn her down, because it literally scares them. But is life really "like a bowl of cherries" for Judy?
Lashawn is an ex-model who made the choice, may I repeat, made the CHOICE, to abandon his modelling career and dedicate his life to transforming lives and people's appearances (because that's really important) with his organization, "ManGLAM". With his young, fresh and jovial aura, Lashwan is inspiring the masses alongside obvious gal pals, Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Bynes and Tyra Banks. They're all really good friends...really good. With "smeyes" that don't quit and a sample size waist, Lashawn is one of the happiest people in New York.
Though Jeffery often gets carded in drinking establishments due to the fact that it is difficult for him to achieve facial hair, he believes he possesses a timeless quality similar to that of George Clooney. Jeffery is on a journey forever exploring the depth of human experience through his blog called “Sorrows of New York”. Being the "truth driller" that he is, Jeffery loves (even though love is a word made up from Hallmark or something) the fact that he physically can't smile so that he can embrace the crap and the muck that the majority of society "loves" to ignore.
Inspired by women on the same plain, such as the revolutionary Bethany Frankel, best friends Kim and Karen are about to launch their very own business and rock it! After finding women's magazines becoming so repetitive, they have decided to create a podcast in which they provide the "hottest, sexy, shabby, chic, indie, crazy, cool tips and tidbits from your favorite women's magazines!" They read the best of the best, so you don't have to! Because who has time to read anymore?! Kim is deeply connected to making an impact on women living in nations across the world. Because what woman in a burka doesn't need to know what the best self tanner of the season is?! Karen has looked up to Kim since moving to New York City from Down Under and trusts Kim will always steer her clear of making any major mistake in her life. Like cutting her hair short. Never again.