As BuddyTV reported previously, Aubry Fisher is the latest addition to TLC's L.A. Ink. She wasn't exactly a fan favorite during her stint on Rock of Love 2 but, at least, viewers are sure that they're in for a wild ride as this Karaoke DJ graces yet another show. According to Fisher, the fourth season of L.A. Ink, which premiered on TLC tonight, will feature a lot of drama compared to previous seasons.
"The show is a lot different than what I thought it would be. It is going to be a very ridiculously exciting season. There are going to be a lot of journeys and drama rollercoaster's this season," she told RealityWanted.com.
Fisher doesn't exactly fit in easily on L.A. Ink
while other cast members of the reality series have been blunt about how much they detest her presence on the show. On the other hand, Fisher has nothing but kind words to say about her co-stars, especially lead star Kat Von D.
"I am working with a lot of very talented individuals. Kat is very driven and an amazing artist, she really enjoys what she does," she said.
"I definitely have grown as a person because of the show. I learned a lot about myself and sometimes a job that looks easy can be very hard," she added.
In the season opener of L.A. Ink
, Von D returns to L.A. after a months-long book tour to find High Voltage Tattoo busier than ever. Now that veteran artists Kim and Hannah have moved on, her growing business forces her to go against her policy of only hiring people she knows. She then brings in a new tattoo artist named Amy to see if she fits in.
-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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