“I’ve been doing it for a long time.
I’ve been a huge fan of the show since I was a kid,” she told The New York Times.
“And I was just kind of drawn to it and really wanted to try it out.”
The reality show, which returns Sunday night, follows four friends and their everyday lives as they explore the city of New York, from their lives as a struggling young couple, to their jobs as doctors, firefighters and police officers.
“I wanted to give a show that could be a real, real part of the lives of people.
It would be a little bit more relatable, but it would be fun,” said “The Big Break,” host Chris Rock.
The show has been a big hit with viewers, and has become the most-watched show on HBO.
The reality star was in the middle of filming her next movie, “The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” when she heard the news of the finale of the season, but was not able to participate.
“The show is going to come back, I think, and I will be in it,” she said.
“So it’s kind of like, well, what if I wasn’t in it?”
“I’m just glad I got to do it.
I’m just so happy that I was able to do that.”
She said that her character is now back to “having fun” and to being a normal person.
“She’s a good person, and she’s a really good friend,” she added.
“She’s just really fun to be around, and really fun as a woman.”
“The Real, Real World,” which stars Adam Driver and Lily Tomlin, returns Sunday, September 30 at 8pm ET on HBO and Netflix.