More than entertainment, The Bachelor offers insights we can all use to create profitable love lives
Year after year we enjoy dissecting the cornucopia of colorful characters seeking love Bachelor style. After all, they're cast no differently than the consciously composed ensemble of a Hollywood movie. Film producers wish to cash in on their featured collective with highbrow awards, while Bachelor producers along with the network make calculated choices designed to rake in a windfall of captivated viewers and extraordinarily lucrative advertising dollars.
Who is Shawntel? It's a good question, and one we can all be sure Ben's women were asking themselves
Seriously, ABC, this season's girls of The Bachelor are by far the worst crop ever in the history of the show. That said, these girls bring good ratings because they are completely mad and make great television. All that said, last night's drama all revolved around one woman in particular. It was all about Shawntel.
On Real Housewives of Atlanta, Sheree Whitfield wants child support and Kandi Burruss sells sex toys
Last night we got a bonus episode of 'The Real Housewives of Atlanta' because ... I have no idea why. There was no major event or any big drama, it was just an extra hour filled with a bunch of random plots.
Her reality show may have tanked, but Audrina has her boyfriend Corey Bohan's shoulder to cry on.
After her spin-off reality show, 'Audrina,' was axed by VH1 after just one season, Audrina Patridge, not unlike many Americans, found herself unemployed earlier this year. However, instead of crying over spilled latte, the 26-year-old 'The Hills' alumna and one-time friend of Lauren Conrad decided to devote her time to working on herself and her relationship with boyfriend Corey Bohan, whom she broke up with during the season finale of her show.
James Bond talks about his private love life, the total opposite of the very public Kardashians'.
Daniel Craig, the hot 43-year-old currently working on the 23rd Bond film, Skyfall, was married to actress Rachel Weisz in an extremely private wedding this past summer. He describes the rare feat in the January edition of GQ (via Daily Mail): "We got away with it. We did it privately and I've got a lot of people to thank for that. But that was the point, we did it for private reasons. Because we didn't want it f*****d up, because that would be sharing a secret. And the whole point is that it was a secret. A secret is a secret in my mind."
The premiere of 'Kourtney And Kim Take New York' contains all the evidence.
The latest installment of Kardashian programming, 'Kourtney and Kim Take New York,' premiered Sunday on E! and the basic premise of the series is simple: Kris and Kim's relationship was doomed from the start.
Kourtney & Kim Take New York premiere reveals that Kim & Kris have no chemistry...SHOCKER.
No matter how many signatures they gathered, the Kardashian boycotters' efforts were a bust, and season two of Kourtney & Kim Take New York premiered last night in all of its glory. And thank goodness they didn't win, because this was some good stuff.
Reality TV love seems to be infectious. So too, are the break-ups. The latest couple from The Bachelorette, Ali Fedotowsky and Roberto Martinez, have called it quits after just 18 months together. The couples' rep confirmed to Us Weekly, "Ali Fedotowsky and Roberto Martinez have ended their relationship."
If so, you could become famous. An upcoming docu-drama seeks couples with mixed political beliefs.
Do you love someone who doesn't share your political values? Or perhaps you know an R or a D or an I who is making a life with her opposite number? Purple States is casting red-and-blue couples for a docu-drama that will air in the fall of 2012.