Thanks to season one's positive feedback and decent ratings, VH1 granted HollywoodExes a second season, and then those in charge of promoting the show promptly fell off the face of the earth. Seriously, it's virtually impossible to find any news about this show.
Color me shocked to find a few blurbs about season two of Hollywood Exes courtesy of Sheree Fletcher!
The hometown dates are usually either really boring, when the families are completely willing to accept the Bachelor into their lives after only two hours, or really awkward, when one or two family members remain skeptical and/or actively sabotage. Sean's hometown dates are no exception.
"Family is so big for me," Sean says. "This is a great week for me to really get a good sense of where these women come from." Based on the intro, it appears as if AshLee comes from Baggageville, Catherine's sisters are Cinderella levels of jealous, Lindsay comes from The Happy Locker, and Desiree's brother (Holla!) is a Menace II Reality TV Love.
The short recap: Lilly annoys. Asa mouths wow and Mike smiles pretty. Mean girls Asa and Reza attack GG and MJ. Asa mouths wow and Mike smiles pretty. Reza pouts when he doesn't get enough attention. Asa mouths wow and Mike smiles pretty. I pretend Lilly's hair and boobs form an alliance to take down Asa and Reza.
Our favorite reality TV stars can’t get enough of the spotlight during their regularly scheduled time slots, so they take to Twitter to share even more of their daily lives with us. And we love them for it! Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite photos from the Twitterverse this week! Enjoy!
Last week, Whitneyshared, "Its trueBrandon Overbey really loves me. He got my autograph tattooed on him today!!!" Also, Booger is the champion of family bowling while Bonnie is, umm, not, Whitney and Booger find out the sex of their baby in two days, and Russian prostitutes want to cuddle with Bonnie.
Honest. I couldn't make this stuff up if I tried. Maybe the prostitutes saw Bon's bowling scores and want to cheer her up? Bonnie later tweeted, "K, now I get an email today that Russian virgins want to meet me. WHAT IS THIS? Why are Russian women after me? LMAO!"
Bonnie and Whitney are always kind to their fans and obviously entertaining. But even I wasn't prepared for the Bon and Whit music video that I came across yesterday. It's dedicated to their haters and pure brilliance.
Kail and Isaac traveled to Texas to see Javi graduate from Air Force Basic Training. In true Teen Mom fashion, Kail shared her happy day with her Twitter followers. "I could start crying any second now and I haven't even seen Javi yet," Kail tweeted. "I love my followers! Y'all are so supportive!"
Immediately following the cupcake drama on Big Rich Atlanta, Ashlee appears to be completely composed, as she straightens her hair in a mirror and demands Kahdijiha Rowe be thrown in jail. However, as soon as the ambulance arrives, Ashlee looks like hell. A distraught Ashlee tells a police officer she's pressing charges and demands a full police investigation.
In response to Kahdijiha's actions, Ashlee says, "Express yourself with your words, not your hands." Does she honestly not realize that words can be just as hurtful as hands? Ashlee is a bully – she uses her words to humiliate and hurt her victims to make herself feel superior and powerful – end of story.
Selma Alameri is/was one of my favorite bachelorettes on the Bachelor this season. Please. Don't confuse "favorite bachelorette" with "the one" for Sean Lowe. It is more about whom I find entertaining and likable and less about whom I think Sean should pretend to be in love with for three to six months.
Unfortunately, Sean kicked Selma to the curb after she refused to take part in the Polar Bear Plunge in Canada. Personally, I wouldn't have done it either, and I admire Selma for staying true to herself rather than selling out for a one in nine chance at a bound-to-fail relationship with Sean.
Sean tried to talk Selma into taking the plunge – saying things like you only live once and once in a lifetime opportunity – but she stood her ground. "I told him that if anybody was in danger, I would jump in and save them," Selma said. "But just to jump in for no reason, just to prove something to somebody, I said 'I don't feel like I should put my life at risk like that.' Once I have it in my head, 'no is no' – I won't be peer pressured."