Tiger Woods' former mistresses seem to be making the most of their notoriety.
While 'mistress No 1' Rachel Uchitel has landed a reporter's job with the hit TV entertainment show Extra, 'mistress No 2' Jamiee Grubbs has just done a two-part video series on the affair for KTLA, a TV network in California.
Woods' double life started unraveling when 34-year-old nightclub hostess Uchitel confided her affair with the golf star to a friend who, in turn, leaked it to the National Enquirer. Uchitel, who appeared on the Extra show Tuesday night, impressed the network producers so much that they offered her the job of a special correspondent to cover nightlife for the channel.
"She won't talk about Tiger, but she talks about how she wants to find a husband and have kids. She only has a few real friends left whom she trusts. She is alone a lot and spends time with her two dogs. She seems very vulnerable,'' the New York Post quoted a TV show representative as saying.
Meanwhile, 'mistress No 2' Jamiee Grubbs, who was the second woman to claim sexual relations with Woods, is doing a two-part video series on the relationship for the KTLA network from California, the Post said.
In the video series, Grubbs talks about the sequence of events that led Woods to run from his wife and crash his car outside his Florida home on Nov 27, setting in motion the unraveling of Woods' serial infidelities.
A former California cocktail waitress, Grubbs calls Woods "manipulative chameleon who would be whatever you wanted him to be,'' according to the newspaper.
Grubbs, who had a three-year affair with Woods, was the first mistress to give proof of his infidelities when she released his voicemail message requesting deletion of her name from her message so that his wife may not find her.
So far 19 women have claimed that they were Woods' mistresses.