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'Real Housewives' Star Sutton Stracke Rips Into Chucky's Iconic Overalls, Suggests Updated Look
"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star also weighed in on the important question of who's scarier: Chucky or Erika Jayne.
Will there be any survivors when divas collide in tonight's episode of USA Network and SYFY's "Chucky?" The episode, titled "Death on Denial," will see a who's who of Jennifer Tilly's IRL friends and former castmates as their "Child's Play" universe selves descend upon Tilly's mansion. One of the guest stars is Tilly's best friend Sutton Stracke of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" fame. Ahead of the episode, USA Insider's Stephanie Gomulka sat down with Stracke to get her take on joining "Chucky" and, most importantly, her thoughts on the main man himself.
Stracke will admit that Chucky is scary, sure, but even he can't hold a candle to Erika Jayne after that now-infamous dinner party showdown in "RHOBH." However, she says the episode's setting — the "creepy" mansion in which they were filming the episode that acts as Tilly's Los Angeles-based home — adds a little something extra in Chucky's favor.
"Erika and Chucky could go head-to-head, I think," she said.
She also feels good about her chances of surviving the "Chucky" universe if there were ever a true "Chucky" and "RHOBH" crossover, mostly due to being the "smartest" of the group and the suspicion that "Tiffany would be nice to me since I'm friends with Jennifer."
However, as any "Chucky" fan will tell you, it's rare that Tiffany Valentine's opinion has any sway over her now-ex-main squeeze. Stracke's takedown of the serial killer doll's fashion choices, though, would be enough to shame anyone into submission.
"He has the worst hairdo I've ever seen in my life," she said. "He has the worst sense of fashion. The overalls are awful. That striped shirt — he is awful-looking."
Instead of Chucky's long-iconic look that he's been rocking since "Child's Play" premiered in 1988, Stracke suggested something from her boutique in Hollywood, The Sutton Concept.
"I had these beautiful men's cashmere T-shirts. I think he could do that," she said. "We're making pajamas now. Even that with a pair of pajamas would be really cute on him ... he could be sort of Hollywood chic instead of what he's wearing — [then] he's still comfortable to kill people and we could do the black so he could just wash it, don't dry it."
You can watch Sutton Stracke guest star in tonight's "Chucky" by tuning into USA Network and SYFY at 9/8c.
Catch up on "Chucky" Season 1 on Peacock.