Snooki, The Situation and J-Woww, to name a few of your favorite Jersey Shore castmates, are back in Seaside Heights to film season six of their hit reality show on MTV.
Season six will feature every cast member but with a few changes. The craziness might be a little toned down, especially with six-months-pregnant Snooki, who has said that she will not be living in the house or get caught at Karma, one of her old favorite stomping grounds.
"I don't want to be one of those moms who's pregnant in a club," Snooki told Us Weekly. Also someone we can expect to be a little less wild is The Situation, who had a rehab stint in April to overcome an addiction to prescription pills. Ah, the trial and tribulations of America's favorite shit show.
We can't wait to see what absurdity season six brings. Stay tuned....
Beautiful Planning Marketing & PR presents their first annual "The Reality of FASHION The Reality of AIDS" event that will take place September 8th in New York City. Reality Stars will join forces and walk the runway for this amazing, philanthropic event.
All of the proceeds will benefit AIDS United, an organization that works to fund AIDS nonprofits throughout the U.S. The fundraising goal for the evening is $300,000+, and we need your help to achieve this goal!
And here is the fun part... Models Are Needed!
A.C. Slater has ditched the 'I'm so excited!' Jessie Spano and has moved on to a new VH1 show with his girlfriend and new baby. Mario Lopez has wrestled his way back into a television series but this time its all reality. "Mario Lopez: Saved By The Baby" will premiere on VH1 Nov. 1 depicting his transition from dating to co-parenting with girlfriend Courtney Mazza.
Let's see how the two will manage changing dirty diapers while handling their already hectic lifestyle. With Mazza's performing career and Lopez hosting EXTRA and America's Best Dance Crew it just seems like another Nick and Jessica catastrophe waiting to happen.
Mario Lopez and girlfriend Courtney Mazza will be starring in their own VH1 reality show documenting the pregnancy and birth of their first child.
The reality show will focus on Lopez balancing his busy schedule with being a new daddy. The show will premier this fall and VH1 has already ordered 8 half an hour shows so far.
Here is what VH1 had to say about the new show:
"Our audience have watched Mario go from a kid in a fictional high school to a man who has succeeded in many different facets in the TV business. This new series fits perfectly with VH1's programming because Mario's upcoming life changes reflect the same family milestones that many of our viewers are experiencing for the first time."
Brace yourselves because the Lohans will soon be invading our TV screens once again. The First Family of Tabloid Drama will star in a Kardashian-like reality show in which cameras follow them throughout their daily lives. The entire Lohan family, including Lindsay in some episodes, will appear on the show, and cameras have already begun filming them. Dina hopes that the show will prove that they are NOT the crazy family they are depicted as in the media. They are currently talking to major networks in hopes of landing a deal.
It’s like we said. They really are giving away reality shows like candy. Plies, the pint size southern rapper and self-proclaimed ‘goon’, has been the latest celeb to be given an opportunity to host their very own television show. The show, which will be called “Goonette” nonetheless, is supposed to document a handful of females as they struggle day to day yet are still as refined as their peers.
The show, which will air uncensored and be narrated by Plies himself, has of course raised a few eyebrows and of course, received all types of criticism. However, the rapper seems to be very happy about his new venture.
It’s hard being a 24 year-old baby momma- let alone a recording artist. Apparently, that’s why VH1 tapped Fantasia Barrino, former American Idol winner for a new reality show.
"Her challenges from fame and her unwillingness to fail have combined to create a larger-than-life talent who appeals to music lovers around the world,” said vice president of programming Jeff Olde. “So many people wanted to work with her on this, but Fantasia is now part of the VH1 family, and we're so happy to have her."
Former Atlanta Falcons’ quarterback Michael Vick will be released from prison on July 20th after serving his 23-month sentence for dog-fighting. With an indefinite NFL suspension looming over his head and mounting debt problems, the pit-bull bully is looking to ink a deal for a reality show.
The reality show will be based on his prison after-life and him trying to make amends with society. Vick has already talked to producers about a proposed documentary series that would follow him around. A few parties claim to have obtained rights to a Vick project. His attorneys told a judge at his bankruptcy hearing that Vick agreed to a TV deal that will pay him $600,000.
Songwriter/producer, Rodney Jerkins is currently working on albums for Diddy, Toni Braxton and Mary J. Blige. Somewhere in between producing for the titans of R&B, he will find time to star in his own reality TV series.
Don’t even start with the “Oh no, not another one” monologue, because you watch them too. The series will be called “Starmaker” and is created by Diddy and Mark Burnett, the man behind flooding our networks with reality TV. The show will run this summer and ten episodes are a definite so far.