It’s no joke — Vienna has landed a REAL job and HollywoodLife.com spoke with her new boss!
The Bachelor‘s Vienna Girardi isn’t messing around with her life anymore. Just a week after her breakup with fiance Bachelor Jake Pavelka on June 21, Vienna tweeted that she landed a new REAL job in marketing and philanthropy working for Biolustré, a company that sells reconstructive hair products — and we confirmed the big news with Vienna’s new boss! “She will be working with our polymer scientists, with charities like the American Cancer Society and working with cancer centers all over the United States” to help launch the company’s non-profit foundation, Chief Operating Officer Leonard Buchanan told HollywoodLife.com exclusively!
“She seems to be a good, hard worker who wants to dig into this project,” Leonard says. And he’s not worried that this is just a temporary gig: “She wants a career she can dig her feet into. She wants to have a job that will last. She wants to be apart of something that she believes in.”
Wow! This comes as a complete surprise to Bachelor fans who have criticized Vienna over the past week for selling her break-up story to Star magazine. People called the whole situation a publicity stunt and believed Vienna to only be chasing a career in Hollywood.
But Vienna actually seems committed to and eligible for her new job. “She really is someone who is really concerned with charities” and has worked with them in the past, Leonard tells us. And he says her past employees “all love her to death!”
Vienna joined Biolustré to work on efforts of the Biolustré Foundation that will be “providing free hair treatments to women who have gone through cancer.” She will be based out of LA under the guidance of the company’s director of training, Nancy Daring. “Nancy is working very close with Vienna and she’s based out of LA,” Leonard tells us.
Biolustré is a hair repair system that focuses on a non-keratin non-protein synthetic bio-identical polymers that reconstruct the hair follicles from the inside out. The technology penetrates the hair and bonds the inner cortex of the hair, leaving it “200 percent stronger.” People see massive change after one use!
Congrats to Vienna for getting such a meaningful job! She’s proving all of her haters wrong — the girl’s got more go than any of us ever expected.
Jake, it looks like Vienna may be your loss and not the other way around! … Wow — did I actually just say that?
— Lindsey DiMattina