However, as soon as the cameras stopped rolling and filming wrapped, according to another source close to the socialite, Jacenko was "perfectly pleasant" and "back to normal".
"She knows how to put on a show and create good content. While she was hamming it up for the cameras, she's much nicer in reality."
Yesterday, Channel Ten announced that Jacenko's Keeping Up With The Kardashians-style reality series is one of many coming to Pilot Week.
According to the press release, the series promises to "delve headfirst into the daily madness of PR guru, publicist, talent manager, reality star, author and mum-of-two. This entertaining and comedic access-all-areas pilot pries into Roxy’s everyday life behind her world of high glamour and outrageous excess.”
Produced by her close friend Micahel Wipfli— who you may know as Wippa of Fitzy & Wippa— the show will also provide an inside look into the Sydney socialite's life with her husband Oliver Curtis and their two young children, Pixie and Hunter.
Along with I am... Roxy, a handful of other shows will be heading to our screens for Pilot Week. Here's what's to come:
- Sydney’s Crazy Rich Asians, which is set to follow “the opulent lives of six very ‘extra’ characters and their local fixer who waits on their every want and need.”
- Catfish Australia, which will be hosted by Casey Donovan and Walkley-nominated documentarian Patrick Abboud. Like the US MTV version, the show will expose the harsh reality of online dating, catfishing, and if there is a method to spotting the sketchy profiles which look too good to be true.
- My 80 Year Old Flatmate is another reality show in which millennials are given cheap rent from older Aussies in "exchange for company and help around the house.”
- Part Time Privates follows two curious primary school mums (Heidi Arena and Nicola Parry) who decide to start a private investigations business.
Pilot Week 2019 is coming soon to Network 10.