Their feud is so last season! Little Women: Dallas star Asta Young got into a heated fight with her co-star Emily Fernandez during the inaugural season of the Lifetime series after Emily allegedly stole her idea of opening up a "minibar" — since owning a bar has always been a dream for Asta and her husband. But now that the ladies are set to return for Season 2 of LWD, Asta exclusively revealed to In Touch that she's just trying to stay in her lane — as long as Emily stays in hers.
"Ever since that kind of blew up in my face, we've just been keeping to ourselves as far as work, because I feel like it's better that way," Asta told In Touch. "I've been doing a lot better, just focusing on my art, building the bar thing but I'm actually just doing my art and Comic-con stuff and that's just my own realm and I'm able to flourish in it right now on my own."
Last season, Emily and Asta's fight reached its boiling point during Asta's birthday dinner. Emily confirmed her plans of opening a bar that also included a "minibar" for little people — which is the same idea Asta had for the bar that she wanted to open with her husband. There was a perfect location available and since Emily had the money at the time, she snatched up the spot — and Asta was upset. Emily intially offered to go into business with Asta and said she was willing to give her pal 30%, but Asta declined.
It sounds like the fight drove a wedge in between them, and it's going to be hard for them to rebuild their friendship. But the first step Asta needs to take to get to that point is she has to learn how to trust Emily again, which she says she's currently working on.
"Slowly but surely," she said. "There's no bad blood. It's just more of like, 'Will I ever trust her again with another business in the future?' Probably not — like I'm not going to go run to her about my secrets and all that stuff, but I guess it's more of just like, 'Alright, there's no bad blood. I'm just not going to come to you with an idea.'"
Little Women: Dallas Season 2 is set to premiere on Wednesday, Oct. 4 at 9 p.m. on Lifetime.