Real Housewives of Vancouver Mary Zilba Sings “Hero” for son Chase

You know her as the former beauty queen and singer on The Real Housewives of Vancouver, but Mary Zilba is out to prove that she’s more than just a pretty face as she fights for her son Chase in the battle against epilepsy.

Speaking in Yaletown at The Amethyst Soiree for Epilepsy and Seizure Education, Zilba debuted her newest single “Hero” in front of a packed house. Son Chase accompanied her on the guitar. Invited guests and VIPs came out in support of her cause.

As a busy working mom who has raised three boys (Cole 17, Chase 15 and Chad 13), Zilba was quick to point out that although the song is based on Chase, she thinks on all of her children as her heroes and she empathizes with other parents going through similar struggles.

So what is life like now that “Real Housewives” is on the air? Zilba admits to being a little surprised at the results and just how much the editing can affect the outcome. “I’m human, and I got caught up in the drama,” she says shyly.

And for all those wondering if the “Housewives” are really friends, you’ll have to watch to find out the answer.

By Catherine Barr


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