Gross out news: The Hills' shady Spencer Pratt claims he has a sex video featuring himself with wife Heidi Montag and Karissa Shannon, who used to be one of Hugh Hefner's girlfriends.
In the latest installment of our #YourTangoTalk series, Oxygen's Natalie Nunn—wife of Arizona Rattlers arena football player Jacob Payne—discusses her marriage and more!
Exclusive! From her hit show on VH1 to her Mob Candy brand (loungewear, shoes and more), Renee Graziano is working on many projects—the most important being her relationship with herself.
'16 and Pregnant' claims that it educates young women about the hardships of teen pregnancy and young motherhood, but it seems its own cast isn't paying attention.
On the new season of MTV's 'Battle of the Seasons,' Ashley Kelsey may be once again in a house with Zac Nichols, her romantic interest from her season of 'The Real World,' but this time, she's single. So, we got the details of what really happened, how she feels about Zac moving on, and what's important to her.
With tonight's premiere of MTV's 'The Challenge: Battle of the Seasons,' cast member Melinda is back in a house and on a team with her ex-husband, Danny.
One of the most hated (and by some, most loved) reality couples tied the knot this weekend. do you think they'll show it on tv?
For this week's installment of Reality Bites, we're talking to Robb Schrieber of 'The Real World: St. Thomas.' Th 21-year-old redhead dishes about being cheated on in front of the cameras, and how he couldn't help but fall for his costar.
Take one part "nice girl from Michigan," stir in a dash of San Francisco open-mindedness and sprinkle liberally with expert insights on sex, and you've got Emily Morse. Whether you've been married for years or you've just met a special someone, "sexpert" Emily is more than happy to advise in a fresh, funny, and non-judgmental way.
Every Wednesday, we will be sitting down with a reality star to talk love, relationships, and their experiences on reality TV. This week, we're talking to Marie Roda, a member of the current Real World and the upcoming Challenge: Battle of the Seasons 2.
Reality television has turned dating into a truly trashy affair. Singles who are "looking for love" on these programs are often just looking to ignite their 15 minutes of fame, feigning vulnerability and faking romance just for some camera time; it's enough to make you want to turn off the TV for good.
True love can be as sticky as jam and as sweet as candy sometimes. In fact, it's usually a mix of the two. We all know that in a relationship—even the best ones—love can be a bit crazy and chaotic. It seems as though the newly engaged 'Bachelorette' star Emily Maynard knows this feeling well.
Kate Gosselin is heading back to TV, but this time the kids aren't invited. The mom of eight is returning to the reality game with a dating show to help her find a new man.
In last night’s Miss Advised episode titled "What's Your Type?" the three of you were finally starting to learn more about yourselves when it comes to the relationships you acquire and maintain. However, as viewers who were rooting for you, we think that it would be an understatement to say that you've all been deeply "misadvised" when it comes to your own love lives! As a love and relationship site dedicated to living your best love life, we have taken it upon ourselves to share some of our wisdom based on what the show has depicted so far.
I have to admit that I'm an obsessive fan of "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" franchise. Since 2003, I've watched too many crying breakdowns in limousines, steamy hot tub kisses and beautiful proposals that rarely become weddings. However, it wasn't until this season with beauty and single mom Emily Maynard that I began to realize "The Bachelorette" is more than just my Monday-night guilty pleasure.
It was the divorce the entire world saw coming—Jon and Kate Gosselin of TLC's uber-popular reality show, Jon & Kate Plus Eight. We watched the couple bicker as they raised their 8 children, made up of one set of twins and a set of sextuplets. That many kids alone would cause any couple a ton of stress, but when your problems are also broadcast to the entire world on television, it seems to only compound how ugly a breakup can be.
When I first saw the trailer for Bravo's new docu-series, "Miss Advised," a reality show about three single love and dating experts, I wondered: How can these beautiful, successful women still be single?