Now that she's on the show, Monet has to work harder to keep her Fluxem hidden.
She only has to keep the secret long enough to woo Jeremy Bane so he picks her as the winner.
Remember that "30 Rock" episode where Tina Fey's character reveals that her one-woman show about Frederick Douglass was deemed "too confusing to be offensive"?
That phrase is truly the best way to describe "Catching Kelce," a new reality show on E!
Monet has Flu A Dystopian future a Bachelor-esque reality show = a sly yet heartfelt love story that will have you tearing through the pages to see how it all ends.
MTV is pointing to spikey-haired singer Ryan Cabrera to host "Score," a new reality dating show. Cabrera, 22, knows something about songwriting, having written or co-written all of the material on his debut Atlantic album "Take It All Away." What about playing Cupid? "We broke up once, then got back together, then broke up actually a long time ago," said Cabrera. We haven't been together in a very long time." MTV has ordered 20 episodes of "Score," which will debut this fall.
Unlike his ex-girlfriend's "The Ashlee Simpson Show," Cabrera's show won't focus on his personal life.
VH1’s head of unscripted television Nina Diaz teased that fans could potentially see much more of T. and Tiny’s marriage and divorce drama despite the show ending, telling spinoff amid the drama surrounding Tiny, T. Their family has been a cultural touchstone, they are the lovable first family of VH1.” After the finale aired, viewers were quick to claim that T.
I.’s next move could well be a reality show with Bernice amid rumors the two are officially dating in the wake of Tiny’s divorce filing, as “T. [is definitely] going to have a reality show with Bernice next year and that s*** going to be [fire],” @JROC_410 tweeted of T. and Burgos potentially landing a spinoff show together amid his and Harris’s divorce.