Tammi Baliszewski is the woman talking about Kelsey Grammer, who's planning to walk the aisle with wife number four, even though he's still married to wife number three.
"You're the apple of his eye, the center of his universe, and then he replaces you. He doesn't wanna talk, don't write," Baliszewski tells INSIDE EDITION.
Baliszewski says, "It's like, when the bloom starts to fall off the rose, I need a new rose!"
Baliszewski speaks from experience. Fifteen years ago, she was engaged to Grammer. INSIDE EDITION interviewed Baliszewski in 1996, soon after she found out she'd been dumped in the most stunning way.
"He ended up in rehab, came out, and he was interviewed and told the press he'd found the love of his life and it wasn't me!" says Baliszewski.
Grammer's new girlfriend was Camille Donatacci, who married him the following year and recently shot to fame on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Now brace yourself for the way Camille told millions of viewers that Grammer dumped her.
"My husband called me and told me he was done with our marriage," Camille says.
The reason Grammer wants a divorce was because he's engaged to 29-year-old, Kayte Walsh.
INSIDE EDITION's Jim Moret asks, "Is Kelsey Grammer trading Camille in for a younger model?"
"It does seem like that. I was talking to Camille about this. His range is girls in their late twenties. He gets older but the girls kinda stay the same!" claims Baliszewski.
Grammer's former fiancée and his soon-to-be ex-wife are actually friends.
Moret says, "This is a woman who was the other woman and you're supporting her! Why?"
"I never had anything against her, even from the beginning. The essence of Camille is kind, generous, sweet loving and gracious," says Baliszewski.
Don't forget rich, Camille stands to get a fortune from her divorce.
Moret says, "A lot of people say, you're getting $50 million, you shouldn't complain, but you feel bad for her. Why?"
"All I can say is, you have no idea what goes on behind the scenes. You have no idea," says Baliszewski.
In a recent interview with Howard Stern, Camille implied that Grammer is a cross-dresser. Camille later said she was only joking.
Moret asks, "Do you believe Kelsey likes to dress in women's clothes?"
"Call Kelsey, ask him," says Baliszewski.
Baliszewski is now a counselor and an author. In fact, Camille is reading her book. Baliszewski says Grammer can be cold, but she says she still loves him.
"How can you still love him?" says Moret.
"I don't like his behavior, but I know that beneath all of his behavior there's a soul in there," comments Baliszewski.
And she hopes Grammer finds everlasting love with wife number four.