Jules Kirby, a “socialite” on CW’s new reality show “High Society,” is already furious with her portrayal on the show. And it  hasn’t even aired yet!
In one of the trailers, Kirby is seen saying, “I use the N-word sometimes.” That line is not taken out of context. And in the first episode, she also explains that  she isn’t friends with many black, Jewish or gay people.
Is that why Kirby skipped last week’s launch party for the show?


That’s what Page Six reports.
“She’s particularly annoyed that she’s in the trailer admitting to occasionally using the ‘N’ word,” their  source says. Kirby didn’t respond to their request for comment. And CW execs told Page Six, “We’re disappointed she didn’t show because she’s unforgettable.”
Who is this seemingly friendless woman? She’s the daughter of Manhattan attorney Roger Kirby and former French model/ dancer Irene Kirby, who is reportedly in the billionaire banking Dreyfus family .
Julia Louis-Dreyfus is also her cousin. Jules was arrested last summer in the Hamptons after allegedly ripping down a large American flag off a Main Street mansion. Must have been some party.
Clearly, she’s perfect for TV. Will you watch “High Society” when it premieres on March 10? Or maybe not.
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