Catching Up With Guests of In Real Life: London

By OFTV Editor

March 8, 2024

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Last year, OFTV’s longest-running original series In Real Life celebrated its 40th episode. This year, host Casey Boonstra is taking the show on the road, giving viewers a chance to get to know some of the UK’s most fascinating OnlyFans creators. From falconry to figure skating, to climbing to the top of the O2 Arena, these creators are as fearless in person as they are on screen. Read on, we’re catching up with the guests of In Real Life: London.

Kerry Katona @kerrykatona7

Aired: February 16, 2024 | Watch on OFTV

For over 25 years, Kerry has been a household name in the UK– first as a founding member of the iconic girl group Atomic Kitten, then as a reality star on programs including I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! and Big Brother, and now as a published author.

As a mainstay of the entertainment industry, Kerry’s decision to share her life on OnlyFans has been a dream come true for many of her loyal fans. She joined Casey for a lovely afternoon of chatting and falconry–which is not a sexual position, by the way– on #IRL.

Most of us would be intimidated handling these birds of prey. But Kerry Katona isn’t most people.

“I had so much fun shooting my episode with Casey! But I would never want to jump out of a plane in a million years.

Although I do like to push myself out of my comfort zone, so never say never.”

Kerry once again proved she can handle anything with ease, except maybe skydiving.

Casey and Kerry immediately took to each other (like birds to a feather) while discussing Kerry’s time in foster care, her financial setbacks and recoveries, and the long, winding road to her current success.

Kerry’s life may seem fantastical, but she’s here to show her fans how down to earth and relatable she really is.

“I just want people to know how normal I am. A lot of people have a presumption of who I am from what they read in the newspapers and see on mainstream media, but the narrative is so wrong.

I want people to know that it doesn’t matter how many times you fall, it’s about how many times you get back up.”

Sarah Jayne Dunn @sarahjaynedunnofficial

Aired: February 23, 2024 | Watch on OFTV

Sarah Jayne Dunn is a woman of many talents—acting, content creation, podcasting, and more recently, pole-dancing. Luckily, she was free to join Casey on #IRL for a day of ice skating with Colin Grafton from ITV’s Dancing on Ice.

Following her sudden exit from the British soap opera Hollyoaks, Sarah stopped waiting for show business opportunities to come to her. Instead, she took control over her image and creativity as an OnlyFans creator.

“What you see online and on my OnlyFans is genuinely me. I hope I can give people an understanding of what my OnlyFans content is, and what the platform is really all about.”

Whether they were trying to keep their balance on the ice, or warming up over a chat about their lives as creators, Sarah and Casey found a lot of common ground.

As the host of her own podcast, Hot and Bothered, Sarah is no stranger to leading conversations with her guests.

But it turns out that Sarah is just as adept at being in the hot seat as she is hosting.

“Casey was awesome. Since we’re both OnlyFans creators, it was great to chat about her path.

She comes across as very warm, genuine, honest and likable. I hope that’s what my guests feel when they are interviewed on my podcast.”

Ebanie Bridges @ebaniebridges

Aired: March 7, 2024 | Watch on OFTV

As a professional boxer and the former IBF bantamweight title holder, there’s not much that scares Ebanie Bridges.

Throughout her career, Ebanie has consistently demonstrated her relentless determination to make a name for herself in the sport.

Unfazed by challenges or criticism, Ebanie faces every obstacle head on. But despite the occasional criticism from online trolls, Ebanie remains committed to authenticity and refuses to let anyone knock her off her path.

“People will love you or hate you. And the people that hate and troll are jealous, because happy people and successful people don’t waste time trolling.”

When Casey invited Ebanie to climb the O2 Arena in London, she accepted without hesitation.

Maybe it’s because Ebanie already appeared on SAS: Australia, a show where celebrities undergo a series of military-grade physical and psychological tests, but she breezed through the 52 meter (170 foot) climb.

“When I was on SAS: Australia, we had to do many things that a soldier would have to do. It’s kind of like Navy Seal training.

For example, I have a big fear of fire and they lit me on fire on SAS. We also did a lot of water challenges where it felt like I was almost drowning.

Yeah, that was pretty scary.”

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