A reality TV show featuring the ex-mistresses of celebrities is in the works, RadarOnline.com has learned.
And the ex-mistress who’s heading it is hoping Jamie Jungers, one of Tiger Woods’ ex lovers will be part of it.
Sarah Symonds, who claims she was celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey’s mistress for seven years, is behind the idea for The Ex-Mistresses Club.
And while it may be the most bizarre idea yet in a TV genre that is filled with head-shaking concepts, Symonds tells RadarOnline.com that it’s an outgrowth of her online support group for mistresses.
She has appeared on Oprah Winfrey’s show, is writing a book and even hosted a sex advice radio show in Los Angeles, so Symonds is proficient at turning scandal into cash. (She also claims to have had a brief fling with married British ex-politician turned author Lord Jeffrey Archer.)
Now the 38-year-old is looking to ratchet things up a notch, hoping to turn her support group into a reality TV show, and she wants Jungers to be part of it.
After seeing Tiger’s mistress on the Today Show, Symonds related to her. She told RadarOnline.com: “I saw a young girl that reminded me of myself in many ways. She was very vulnerable and then I spoke to her on the plane going home, she was very upset by the way people were thinking of her.
"The idea is to get woman out of these dead end relationships because I never hear from women who are having a good time. Society never blames the man.
"We obviously feel sorry for Tiger’s wife but we don’t know what their marriage was like.
"I think it’s gross that he had so many women -- to have one each day he could use. Then again we don’t know what the basis of their marriage really was.
"We also don’t know what type of wife she was, maybe she was a brilliant wife that didn’t deserve any of this or maybe she spent all her time with the kids and never gave Tiger the attention he needed.
“The girls were all the opposite of his wife. They were all sort of younger party, buxom girls and his wife was a ex-model, very classy, so it’s very interesting.”