Cyrus Vs. Cyrus: Design and Conquer will feature Tish Cyrus, Brandi Cyrus and even Miley Cyrus and Billy Ray Cyrus, but don’t expect a Cyrus family reality exhibit—this is an interior design exhibit to its core.
“Over the years I, personally, hold had many people advance and want me to enact reality shows based around the family. That was just something I never considered doing. It’s so much clash and it’s so invasive into your personal life,” Tish told E! News during a recent interview.
However, somebody within the company she works with approached her approximately a design exhibit. “I immediately just fell in care for with it,” Tish said. “I really, truly, wanted it to be a loyal interior design exhibit and not just a reality exhibit.”
The series sees Tish and Brandi taking their passion for design to the streets of Nashville. In each episode, the mother-daughter duo present clients with competing ideas within a given budget for a room. Whichever design loses, the other person must build absent any tough feelings and work with the winner to achieve the discontinuance result.
Tish, who said interior design has been a passion of hers for so long, said getting to work with Brandi “was just extraordinary.”
Brandi said working with her mom was “super fun,” but at times it was also “challenging.”
“We were under a lot of pressure when it came to time restraints and budget restrictions…We’re both the exact same. We’re both cranky, we’re both bossy at times. Sometimes we butt heads and you’ll see a dinky bit of that clash on TV,” Brandi said.
While this isn’t a Cyrus family reality exhibit, the various family members enact gain appearances throughout the series. Brandi said they were upfront that the exhibit would just be the two of them, noting the busy schedule of her various family members, but once they started filming, “everybody wanted to be a portion of it.”
“Organically, the entire family ended up on the exhibit,” Brandi said.
Cyrus vs. Cyrus: Design and Conquer premieres Thursday, May 25 at 10 p.m. on Bravo.
(E! and Bravo are both portion of the NBCUniversal family.)