Brooklyn Kinda Love, a new series on the Playboy channel, comes from the same masterminds that created Taxi Cab Confessions. The show follows 4 very diverse Brooklyn couples and documents their relationship ups and downs.
By Krissy Dolor This may be a reality TV show, but Brad Womack says that his quest to find love a second time around isn’t a game. The second week of ABC’s The Bachelor is filled with drama, tears – and a stolen kiss or two – as the remaining 20 bachelorette contestants duke it out in the race for Brad’s heart. Check out this preview below to see some crazy scenes, including a black spandex-wearing Madison (and those infamous fangs).
We have sad news for anyone who thinks that reality show relationships are built to last: Sammi and Ronni from MTV's Jersey Shore have broken up! According to the New York Daily News, Sammi "Sweetheart" Giancola and Ronnie Magro, have called off their drama-filled romance, which started when they hooked up during season one and continued through to season two with plenty of fights. (Not to mention, Magro's decision to make out with other women on camera and then later deny it. Although it made for must watch TV, it probably wasn't so great for their relationship.)
Episode two of The Bachelor hits the ground running and doesn’t stop until the last rose is pried out of Brad’s cold, dead hands.
By Kari Arneson for Cupid's Pulse The most controversial Bachelor ever is back Jan. 3! Whether you’re new to the series or are already a devoted fan, here are some things you need to know about Brad Womack before tuning in: 1. He’s a self-made man: Born in Atlanta, Brad was raised alongside his two brothers in a single-parent home. At the age of 28, he bought his first drinking establishment. He currently owns and operates several bars and restaurants in Austin, Texas.
The Bachelor is back. And it’s Bradier than ever. Yup, that’s my new verb. Learn it. Love it. It’s take two for Bachelor Brad, who broke two ladies hearts a few seasons back… something that the ladies of America have not let him live down. Until now. After some soul searching, three years of therapy and whole lotta ab crunches, Brad is finally ready to find love.
YourTango interviewed with Hookers For Jesus founder Annie Lobert. With a new TV show, Hookers: Saved on the Strip premiering on Investigation Discover, Annie dished to us on prostitution, honesty and self-worth. As a former prostitute, Annie knows how to overcome a difficult past and open yourself up to new relationships. She gives us advice on how it's done.
It seems like every show with "wives" in the title is filled with drama, craziness and confrontation—often between the women and their men. Earlier this year, VH1 debuted the series Basketball Wives for which a more appropriate title would have been Exes of the Tall and Unfaithful. So when the network announced the show Football Wives, expectations were more drink throwing and unhappy couples. Not so fast. You won't see any reality TV antics from Deion Sanders' wife, Football Wives star Pilar Sanders.
Following in the footsteps of Ray-J, Bret Michaels, and our esteemed "Bachelors," Snooki will soon be stepping out with her own reality dating show for MTV. Since it's only a matter of time until this sure-to-be masterpiece hits the airwaves, we thought we'd help the casting directors out with some smash-worthy suggestions for our Guido-lovin' gal.
Chances are, if your husband were having sex with another women, you'd refer to her as his mistress, the other woman, "that minx," or by a term we can't publish here. You certainly wouldn't call her a friend, let alone a sister. Leave it to TLC to find four women who are not only married to the same guy, but who are so buddy-buddy that they call each other sisters. If you're having a hard time imagining four women sharing one man (and a slew of his offspring), you can observe their marriage for yourself on TLC's seven-part reality series, Sister Wives.
E! has a new show coming out called Bridalplasty about extreme makeovers for betrothed women. A dozen fiancées live in a house, compete for rhinoplasty, tummy tucks, breast implants and the like, and are voted off on a weekly basis with the last broad standing getting her dream wedding. But the winner's husband doesn't get to see her actual face until the moment he lifts her veil at the wedding ceremony. Delightful, right?
Southern soul crooner Michael Grimm recently became a household name—at least in the households that watch America's Got Talent. There are certainly plenty of ladies out there who are crushing hard on this new reality TV star, but Michael won't be singing love songs to them anytime soon. As he told People.com, he is ready to pop the question to his girlfriend of three years, Lucy.
Last week, we reported that Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi's supposed boyfriend Jeff Miranda proposed to her on the cover of "Steppin' Out." Snooki quickly shot Jeff down with this tweet: "Just want to set the record straight. I'm single and I'm not going to get married!" And now the little orange firecracker is acting like she and Jeff never had a relationship at all.
It looks like the Bachelor Pad is getting converted into a starter home. What started out as a highly competitive show with sexy challenges demanding prowess and skill, has quickly gone down the hot tub drain. Last night's episode was such a joke. It was the poorest example of a competition reality show I've ever seen. The definition of competition is to present a challenge where each person engaging in said competition has a fair shot at winning, right? Not on the Bachelor Pad, apparently.
Although recent rumors have suggested that Kourtney Kardashian and her baby daddy Scott Disick have split for good, Kourtney dismisses the idea, telling People, "It's ridiculous. All the [rumors] you just have to laugh at." Yeah, it's so ridiculous that anyone would think these two are having problems. Wonder where we all got that idea from? Oh yeah, probably from "Keeping Up With the Kardashians"...
Now that the pool of hotties is getting further whittled down with each passing rose, the temperature in the "Pad" is chilly at best. As always, the show starts where we left off, post-devastating rose ceremony, where Gia and Weatherman said goodbye. What to do but have an eighth glass of champagne and spend the next day sleeping it off, right? Wrong. The peeps running the Pad had other plans. The cast was presented with the task of filling out a survey. Easy enough, right? Wrong again. This survey was a test of guts, truth and spelling. They all had to spill the beans about how mean, dumb, shallow and physically deformed each of their housemates are.