Girardi has fired her own salvo in the he said/she said tabloid war that is their nasty split: She's gone and gotten herself a real job!
The native Floridian, whose resume includes work as a Hooters waitress, has landed a position doing marketing and philanthropy for Biolustre, a Texas company that sells reconstructive hair-care products.
And StyleList thought she was getting by from selling her breakup story to Star magazine!
Biolustre claims its line -- which has received lots of buzz in the beauty press --- is the first to repair hair at the "molecular level."
Girardi tweeted her employment news, writing, "Tomorrow [June 28] is my first day at my job. I'll be working for Biolustre in their philanthropy for cancer patients."
She will represent Biolustre's nascent charitable foundation, created to provide free hair care to cancer patients, Leonard Buchanan, the company's chief operating officer told Hollywood Life. The job is a temporary position but a good career move for the reality star, he added.
"She is really someone who is really concerned with charities," Buchanan told the site. "She seems to be a good, hard worker who wants to dig into this project."
Girardi will be be based in Los Angeles, but will travel to cancer centers throughout the country in her new position, the company said.
Internal memo to Girardi: Let's start the work week right by doing something about those, um, extensions. A girl's gotta represent.
StyleList knows of one accessory missing from Girardi's back-to-work wardrobe: Read about how she's been forced to give back the almost 3-carat Neil Lane diamond ring Pavelka proposed to her with during the season 14 "Bachelor" finale.
For the fashion scoop on this season's beautiful "Bachelorette" Ali Fedotowsky, check out our one-on-one interview with the show's resident stylist, Cary Fetman.