'Euros of Hollywood's Fawni Is a Renaissance Woman

by Laura Rosenfeld

From the first few moments that Euros of Hollywood 's Fawni graced us with her presence, I knew that she was going to be one of the highlights of a show that instantly had me hooked. With that Barbie-blonde hair, running around all over the place, and the way she says "pah-tee" to refer to her big shindig, how could you not be captivated by her bubbly outrageousness? The preview of a major Euro pop battle to come with fellow singer Bleona doesn't hurt either.

Fawni, whose real name is Stefanie Jamaica Pschill, recently got divorced from her husband, who was also her manager, partly because of her infidelity. Now she's an independent woman chasing the American Dream as she attempts to take Los Angeles by storm with her music, art, and the overall Fawni brand. Though the United States is quite different from her home city of Vienna, Austria, offering new temptations right alongside new opportunities, Fawni seems to be one of the Euros really embracing the cultural change. The excitement and enthusiasm I've seen from her on the show so far makes me want to root for her, even if she does seem a bit delusional.

Read up on everything you need to know about Fawni below, and you will soon discover that Fawni is not just an individual; Fawni is a way of life.

She's a pop star

You know when people say something or someone is "big in Japan"? They're probably referring to Fawni, whose single "It's All About You" was a Number 1 hit in the country in 2012. Fawni's generic brand of Eurodance music has climbed the charts in other countries in Asia and Europe as well, but she hasn't really been able to make it in the U.S. yet. Clearly, if she and Miss "Madonna of Albania" Bleona teamed up for a duet or joint tour or something, Americans couldn't help but pay attention. Problem solved.

She's an artist

Fawni has been described as somewhat of a prodigy in the art world, gaining recognition for her art and point-of-view at a young age. Her work has been featured in the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, Hollywood's Roosevelt Hotel, and Bloomingdale's in New York. Fawni's work is very graphic, verging on pop art in some cases, using photos of iconic figures, graffiti, and streaks of dark paint across the canvas. Long before Fawni was on Bravo, The Real Housewives of Orange County inspired one of her series, "Packing List of a Jetsetter," which features whimsical travel lists written on yellow notepad paper customized for different cities around the world. Is this a case of art imitating life or life imitating art?

She has a famous family

The reason why Fawni is so artistic probably has something to do with the fact that it runs in the family. Her father is Paul Simon Hill, who's well known in the Vienna art scene. Fawni's brother Alexander Pschill is also a famous Austrian actor. But clearly you haven't made it until you're on a reality show like Fawni.

She wants to rule the world, apparently

If you haven't realized this yet, Fawni has A LOT going on in her life. This could be one reason why she's seeking help from her Euros of Hollywood cast mate Isabel Adrian to get all of her ventures off the ground. In addition to her music and art, Fawni also has her own clothing and accessories line. She's also launching her own home decor line in 2015.

See? I told you Fawni is a way of life.

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