Simon Marco knew what his friends said about him before he joined the Bravo series. Summer House: Martha’s Vineyard.
Despite friend Bria Fleming telling hosts Silas and Jasmine Cooper that Marco was planning to come over to the house with her for a week, she was rebuffed so severely that she questioned whether her motives were racially motivated. Fleming was so upset that she considered leaving the house.
Previews show Fleming staying and Marco arriving on the island. But did he confront the friends over their uninviting comments prior to his arrival?
Simon was saddened to hear what was said about him in Summer House: Martha’s Vineyard.
Marco had spoken to Fleming on the phone prior to his arrival, so he knew the friends weren’t thrilled that he was coming for a week. “That made me very sad,” he told Showbiz’ Cheat Sheet. “I felt really biased. Also, there was some discussion of silly things like “Europeans are very dangerous and are you sure he’s the right one for you?” Some really wild shit was said.”
While definitely not feeling welcome, he was determined to travel to Massachusetts to support Fleming, who seemed distraught. “I was like, whatever, I don’t care,” he recalls. “But then again, it made me feel a certain way. As if I don’t even want to go there anymore.”
How was Simon coping with being in the house?
How did Marco deal with being in the house even though he knew he wasn’t entirely welcome? “As soon as I entered the house, I kept my feelings to myself,” he said. “I wanted to have a clear head. When I entered the house, everyone was very nice. I liked most people’s energy and yes, I felt a connection.”
Staying in the house and meeting Fleming’s friends was also a nurturing experience. “I felt like I was missing that in my day-to-day life,” he said. “I’m an entrepreneur and I’m alone most of the time, working from home. Being with this group of people and having all these great conversations just blew me away for some reason and it felt really great.”
He left the experience with new friends. “As Shanice [Henderson] speaks to Bria, I will speak to her too,” he said. “We have contact with Preston [Mitchum]. We just had the premiere where we all saw each other again. I try to keep in touch as much as possible.”
Should Simon Marco stay at Summerhouse: Martha’s Vineyard for a whole week?
Marco was originally supposed to come to the house for a week. “As if it had been settled weeks ago. And yes, it was clear that I would go with her,” he explained. “You can’t just walk into a show and not tell anyone. It’s a big process and you have to sign contracts and everything.”
The main problem wasn’t that Marco would come to the house, but rather how many days he wanted to stay. Fleming pointed out that he had traveled from Germany and that, given the travel time, it made no sense to stay in the house for just a few days.
Although he was released from the network for a full week, the roommates decided to cut back on the time he wanted to spend indoors.
“I prepared in advance [to travel] And I got a call saying you should only stay for three days,” he recalls. “Then the network agreed and said they could do whatever they wanted. If they don’t want you for more than three days, you can only go for three days. This happened after I had already prepared everything for seven days.”
The question remains: How long did Marco end up staying?
Summer House: Martha’s Vineyard is Sunday at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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