Ever ponder what happens to reality show contestants once the stint on prime time ends? Some of them go on to spin-off or cable shows. Some return to the stage at the local nightclub. And others — such as “Bachelorette” contestants Jeremy Anderson, a real estate attorney from Dallas, and Brian Westendorf a high school football coach from Fort Worth — stretch their popularity by making special appearances at places where women gather. 

Thursday night the two season-four finalists from ABC’s decadently dramatic show, “The Bachelorette”, will be at Serena MedSpa at Preston and Northwest Highway signing autographs, promoting specials on Restylane (a collagen-type wrinkle filler) and Dysport (the latest Botox alternative), and, if we’re lucky, dishing about what really happens off camera and behind closed doors on the show.

I visited Serena on a gift certificate for a “rejuvenating facial” last Christmastime and found the place to be quite laid back and comfortable. The owner, neighborhood resident Karim Halani is super friendly and he, along with the rest of the staff, are professional without taking themselves too seriously (over-seriousness at stuffy spas and salons causes me pain). RSVP at 214-361-8305 or via e-mail here.

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