Tracey Gold/Carnie Wilson

By | Jan 2nd, 2012

Self-described control freak Tracey Gold and free spirit Carnie Wilson, trade lives for a week, ending with a frank assessment of each other and what they learned from the experience.

Best known for her role as Carol Seaver in the legendary comedy series Growing Pains, TRACEY GOLD runs a tight ship in her home. She and her husband, Roby Marshall, are inseparable and keep strict daily schedules for their four boys -- Sage (14), Bailey (12), Aiden (7) and Dylan (3). Each day, Gold makes sure the family eats their meals together, and from sunrise to sunset she and Roby are diligently managing their household by cooking, cleaning, doing laundry and running errands.

Gold swaps lives with CARNIE WILSON, a member of the successful music group Wilson Phillips and daughter of the Beach Boys' Brian Wilson. Carnie is often out on the road working and performing, and refers to her relationship with record producer husband Rob as being like "two ships passing in the night." The couple has two daughters, Lola (6) and Luci (2). 

Upon entering the Wilson house, Gold is overwhelmed by the clutter and can't believe the house looks this way in spite of two housekeepers and an aunt who helps with the girls. Wilson, on the other hand, is shocked that Gold still picks out her kids' clothes and leaves hardly any time for them to relax and have fun.



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