Would you two ever do a reality show together?
No, we would never. [Laughs] Just doing Skin Wars
-- you know, hosting a reality competition series was not something that I was
seeking out by any means. I am used to working in scripted [television]. But
when this came my way, it seemed interesting. I love watching reality shows. I
always get invested on my own sofa, so I thought: Well, if I have a front row
seat to a reality competition show with subject matter that I feel close to, I
wonder if I will be just as invested? And I am. I feel for these painters and
get very involved. I am just a host, not a judge, but of course I’ve got my own
opinions -- which I can’t always keep to myself. And it’s really fun. So that
is the closest to a reality show I would ever get. Jerry and I would never put
our private life out there like that.