Our Eyes Are Fixed On: Bri Crum
She has a beagle named Nelly, after the rapper; played soccer from age 4 until college; and could live off coffee, Red Bull, and Skittles. And next month Bri Crum makes her Oral Fixation debut in the second show of Season 4, “Train Wreck.”
Bri Crum is a free spirit from California with a passion for family, friendship, romance, and wine. She lives for her 7-year-old daughter and is proud to be her soccer coach. Bri has fulfilled her entrepreneurial dream by founding lifestyle PR firm, Plan B PR, and creating/hosting TV show Inside Entertainment.
What would you name the autobiography of your life? The Ultimate Roller Coaster Ride That Never Ends.
How did you hear about Oral Fixation? I felt a connection with creator Nicole Stewart the second we met about five years ago. We’ve been friends ever since, and I have the utmost respect and admiration for her.
What inspired you to participate in Oral Fixation? Nicole inspired me to submit my story. I’ve been a fan since the first show I attended. I wanted to share my story, but Nicole was the one to really push me into realizing that my story could inspire others.
What has the process been like for you? It’s been eye-opening and therapeutic for me. I’ve had to do some soul searching and really let my guard down. Nicole was determined to have me keep digging deeper and share some of my darkest moments. In the end, I almost feel like I can close this chapter of my life through Oral Fixation and regain positive energy as I start my next roller coaster ride.
If you could meet anyone, living or dead, who would it be and why? Shaq. No words; he just needs to hold me.
What do you want to be when you grow up? I’m living my dream right now
What is your favorite Dallas hangout?
What is your favorite smell? My daughter.
What do you miss most about being a kid? California.
What is the best book you’ve read in the last decade and why would you recommend it? Make Every Man Want You, by Marie Forleo. The title explains it all.
Sneak peek: “I had always dreamed of being a cute little pregnant wife, with a hardworking husband and beautiful, cozy home. Yet I was bedridden from stress during my pregnancy, crying each day over my husband’s choices, and living in a new apartment every six months because we couldn’t figure out our forever home. And, really, in my heart I knew that we weren’t a forever family.”