Bobby recently launched his new line on QVC and told Jennifer that growing up it was “one of the few stations I was allowed to watch.”
The Design Your Home with Bobby Berk collection for QVC features a beautifully crafted selection of home décor items that are neutral, interchangeable, multipurpose, and approachable, so they’ll fit your style whether you’re living in an apartment, metropolitan area, or suburban home.
Bobby explained that just because something isn’t aesthetically pleasing, it doesn’t mean you should let go of it. Instead, clear out a home and make room for things that have meaning and sentimental value.
“If you like that ugly thing that your aunt gave you, put it in there,” Bobby continued to Jennifer. “Have what makes you happy.”
During his sit-down with JHud, Bobby also discussed leaving home at 15 years old.
"At 15 I realized I was gay, and I knew coming out in my hometown was not an option. But I also knew wearing that face, that mask every single day of being a different person was... suicide is unfortunately the highest rate of killing in LGBTQ youth."
"I knew I had to get out," he said. "I knew I had to get out there and be be my true self. I went to the big town of Springfield, Missouri, I got out!"
To kids who think they don't belong, Bobby offers this advice: "Just because you don't belong in the moment that you're in, you will find that moment."
"You will find your tribe, you will find your people, and you will belong," said Bobby.