Amanda Marcum Enfield says ‘no way’ to doing reality TV show (Video)
Amanda Marcum Enfield has been doing her best to try to deflect the attention off of herself and onto her husband, but she has not had a ton of success. Andy Enfield becoming the next head coach at USC is certainly national news, but the people seem to keep wanting more Amanda.
While speaking with the media at Andy’s introductory press conference in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Amanda was asked questions about her modeling career and the comparisons that have been made between her and Lane Kiffin’s wife Layla. She told reporters she has received an inquiry about doing a reality show but would never consider it.
“There have been interview requests and something about a reality show, which petrifies me,” Marcum Enfield explained. “There’s no way. But really that’s it. I’m hoping the focus is going more toward where it should be — the basketball team.”
However, Marcum Enfield would not totally rule out a return to modeling.
“I don’t know,” she said. “I’m so far removed from modeling and it’s been so long. Having three kids, I’m so busy with that and that comes first, absolutely. I don’t know. I haven’t really put a lot of thought into it since we just found out we were coming (to Los Angeles). I’m 34 so I kind of think I’m a little too old for it anyway. So I can’t really answer your question fully, sorry.”
The media is undoubtedly going to have a blast with Amanda and Layla now representing the same school, but both have three children and husbands who are constantly on the road. It’s never a good idea to say never, but I doubt we’ll be seeing “Real Housewives of USC” on VH-1 anytime soon.