What do you do when the going gets tough? Well, if you are Mike Shouhed, you sink your bright white teeth into a get rich quick scheme.
If you follow the Shahs of Sunset star on Facebook or Twitter, you know that he's forever pushing an anti-aging skim cream called Nerium AD. Two recent posts from Mike: "Align with me and let's build an empire. Inbox me if you are business minded and self motivated." and "Are you are an experienced Network Marketer with an MLM background and would like to capitalize on the First Movers Advantage? Nerium International's revenue over the past two and a half years of existence has been astronomical, they have broken every record in the industry and my business is an all out massive momentum. If would like to partner with a celebrity or are serious about making 2014 better than 2013…"
What do you do when said multi-level marketing scheme gets you sued? Well, um, I guess Mike will soon need to figure that out.
I admit that I am not a sports fan and I don't know much about Erin Andrews, but I was hoping she would be a step up from Brooke Burke as co-host on Dancing with the Stars. The more I read, however, the more I think this will not be the case. Not even close.
First I read that Erin's worried about living up to Brooke's legacy. Huh? She's striving for vapid nonsensical chatter? Okay, then. Next I see that she's girl crushing season 18 competitor NeNe Leakes. I'm not really a fan of the Real Housewives of Atlanta star, so this pains me to read.
Press surrounding the Bachelorisn't all roses lately.
In January, Juan Pablo Galavis stated a gay Bachelor wouldn't set a "good example for kids"… because why? He said, "they're more pervert in a sense." Juan went on to blame his poor choice of words on his sketchy English. Earlier this week,Chris Harrison added that a gay Bachelor probably would not be a good business decision for ABC.
Also? Chubby guys need not apply to be the Bachelor.
ABC revealed the season 18 cast of Dancing with the Stars yesterday. The cast consists mostly of athletes, pop stars, and uber popular 90s sitcom stars. Then there's NeNe Leakes. Then there's a real [movie] star. Bloop.
New this season are Erin Andrews, who has replacedBrook Burke as Tom Bergeron's co-host, and the Switch Up twist. For the first time ever, the stars will dance with new pro partners – chosen by America's votes - at some point in the season.
Personally, I'm not excited about either addition, Erin or the twist that reeks of desperation, but oh well. Also - noTristan MacManus. Someone at ABC hates me. Anyway, check out the cast photos and bios below, as well as a few candid shots of NeNe and Tony.
Here it is, the post nobody's been waiting for - Kailyn Lowry's book is set to hit books stores in April.
After talking about it for over a year, the Teen Mom 2 star's memoirPride Over Pity will finally be available for purchase next month. No need to rush out. This time next year, I suspect there will be plenty of copies of her book still available for purchase.
Kail revealed about the book, “There are a lot of things in it involving addiction, rape, being abandoned by my dad, and tons of things in between - life before the cameras and where I want things to go from here."