Yesterday, I happened to catch Cynthia Decker and Molly Hopkins, owners of Kennesaw’s LiviRae Lingerie and stars of Lifetime’s “Double Divas,” which was recently canceled after two seasons.
But business is going great and they were at a job fair seeking more employees.
The job fair was created by Cumulus Radio, which owns Q100, where the couple recently ran amusing ads about their store. Their focus: helping women find comfortable, correctly sized bras.
The show’s ratings weren’t nearly as good as Lifetime’s bigger hits such as “Dance Moms.” Decker said she and Hopkins clashed with the production company and network over the direction of the show. She said the network wanted them to push it more salacious and sought more drama. But they resisted. The low point: when they had a guy come in wanting to get a proper bra size… for his sex toy.
Decker said the second season wasn’t nearly as good as the first. They are hoping another network will pick them up. They do travel to different cities to do private fittings (such as upcoming events in Birmingham and Hopkinsville, Ky.). (They have info on their Facebook page.)
On the bright side, the show is doing really well in Latin America, Decker said.
Lifetime did give the show a good ride and even taped this video for season two: