Nadia Bjorlin: I Want to Be Crystal Chappell’s Special Lady (on ‘Venice’)

If Nadia Bjorlin‘s behavior on BlogTalkRadio is any indication of how Venice the Series will play out this season, you’d be well-advised to ready a cold shower.

Chatting on the companion podcast to the online drama—which TV Guide has called “2009’s Best Web Soap”—the sultry bombshell gets frisky with co-star Crystal Chappell.

CAPTION: "It's my favorite thing in the world," Nadia (above) says of hanging out at gay bars.

"It's my favorite thing in the world," Nadia (above) says of hanging out at gay bars.

“I think it’s going to be Gina yearning for a very special love, and I think that the audience will be very happy with what happens,” says Crystal of her own character while previewing the series’ upcoming second season, which wrapped Sunday.

That’s when Nadia, who plays children’s book author Lara, bursts in with, “I’ll show you some special love baby. Can I please! I know it doesn’t make sense in the story, but let me show you some special love.”

Later in the show, Nadia reveals that she’s been busy prepping for her role of the girl who comes between Gina and Ani—played by Jessica Leccia—in a way that would make the late Lee Strasberg proud.

“I spent Valentines Day at a gay bar. They are the best places on earth,” Nadia tells host Mimi Torchin. “I had the best time ever, I will join Crystal any time that she wants and any gay bar she wants.”

Later still, Nadia says of  how she’d like to see the love triangle play out:

“If it were up to me, we’d all configure together—if you could call it that.”

Finally, when asked if Venice stars will be baring any skin this season, Crystal pops in with, “Oh God, yes.”

To hear the Venice ladies’ full interview, click here.

To read more about Season 2 of Venice The Series, click here.

To check out the official Venice website, click here.

One thought on “Nadia Bjorlin: I Want to Be Crystal Chappell’s Special Lady (on ‘Venice’)

  1. Imane Assi

    I love that woman.She’s funny,smart,gorgeous and so talented.And such a tease.We all know she’s not Lesbian yet she ‘s so credible in that character in Venice.Great actress.

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