Jordan Emanuel: Leonardo DiCaprio ‘looked dirty,’ dressed ‘like he smells’ when I served him at private NYC lounge

Jordan Emanuel: Leonardo DiCaprio ‘looked dirty,’ dressed ‘like he smells’ when I served him at private NYC lounge

Jordan Emanuel wasn’t overjoyed to meet Leonardo DiCaprio, and it had everything to do with the way he looked.

The “Summer House: Martha’s Vineyard” star was asked if she had “ever run into” the legendary actor during Wednesday’s “Virtual Reali-Tea” live broadcast at Chelsea Table & Stage in New York City by Page Six’s Evan Real and Danny Murphy.

“Several times, I used to serve him,” she stated, referring to her experience working in the nightlife business.

Emanuel described himself as a “fine” and “lovely” person, but she wasn’t thrilled with his sense of style.

“He dresses like he smells, and I’m like, this is crazy!” she blurted out.

Real then asked Emanuel to comment on a particular “ensemble that you remember that looked a little smelly.”

“OK so, socks like mine but not cute, like white tennis socks, you know what I mean, very old dirty sneakers, cargo shorts cream, white baggy T-shirt and a baseball hat,” she went on to say.

When asked if she would have “swerved” the Oscar winner, she said “immediately” before adding that a potential partner “just needs to look clean.”

The 31-year-old “Winter House” star added explained that DiCaprio, 49, “smelled fine,” but “just looked dirty.”

Emanuel did not specify where the interactions occurred, although she previously worked as a waitress at Socialista Cipriani, a New York City hotspot frequented by DiCaprio.

On Wednesday’s live program, Emanuel sat alongside her “Winter House” co-star Danielle Olivera and spilled all the beans.

For her part, Olivera intimated that some of her “Summer House” female co-stars believe Carl Radke “very much… has a point” for breaking off his engagement to Lindsay Hubbard in August.

“People want to believe Carl’s side of the story, and at the end of the day, I want to believe Carl’s side of the story as well.” “I just don’t,” she explained.

In Olivera’s opinion, there is the “real part” of the separation, “Lindsay’s side,” Radke’s side, and “somewhere we all lie.”

“I never wanted it to go down the way it went down,” Olivera admitted.

Read More:

Similar Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *