I know, I know… there were some diehard fans – including us – of the short-lived Real Housewives of Vancouver, and unfortunately the show will not be getting a season 3?!
Shaw Media, which produces the highly controversial international Housewives franchise, confirmed the show is kaput.
“After two successful seasons of The Real Housewives of Vancouver, Shaw Media will be putting production of a third season on hold while we sample new programming on Slice,” Barbara Williams, senior vice president of content for Shaw Media confirmed.
Three television producers, Charles W. Malcolm, Jake P. Hall, and Denny O'Neil Jr., have filed a lawsuit with the Los Angeles Superior Court against Tori and Dean's Life in a Bowl Productions, OxygenMedia, and two other production companies.
They're asking for $60 million for theft of their idea, unfair business practices, and more. Apparently, Tori and Dean's sTORIbook Weddings is "uncannily similar" to a show they previously pitched to Oxygen, titled Wedding Rescue.
Tamera and Tamar will be joined by three other women – Adrienne Bailon (best known for The Cheetah Girls and dating Rob Kardashian), Jeannie Mai (host of Style network's How Do I Look), and comedian Loni Love. According to Deadline, The Real will be a panel style talkfest similar to The View and The Talk, but "with a younger and entirely ethnic panel."
What would you do if you came across an unattended cell phone in a public place? Let's say you turn on said phone, browse through its content, and realize it contains privileged information about your favorite (or most hated) reality TV stars. Now what would you do?
Sonia A. Brown, 35, and Chloe M. McQueen, 23, found an iPhone, came to realize it belongs to an employee of True Entertainment, the reality TV production company that produces Real Housewives of Atlanta, Don't Be Tardy, The Kandi Factory, and many more, and tried to extort $3,000 from the company.
Reality stars filing for bankruptcy is becoming the norm nowadays. All that being "real" in big mansions, driving expensive SUVs and buying designer clothes is hard on the wallet when you don't really have the money you said you did. Fake it 'til you make it or until you crash and burn financially. Rumor has it we'll soon see another reality TV star/couple wave the white flag and admit they're flat broke.
"Another reality star is on the edge of filing for bankruptcy after living well beyond their means for a few years. Claiming that expenses from being on the show have pushed them into serious debt, they had no money to buy food! Unable to hold down a regular job since becoming famous, the show did not paint them in the most flattering light, the only income that has come into the household for some time is from being on reality TV, and now even that is not enough to pay the bills."
In a battle of the hard-rocking against the famewhoring, my money will always be on Motley Crue. Iconic hairbander Nikki Sixx had enough of Kim Kardashian's vapid tweeting in light of the utter devastation in Oklahoma on Monday, and I have to applaud him. While many were expressing their sorrow at the horrific tornadoes that tore through the state, a clueless Kim was hawking her cosmetics brand.
Don't get me wrong, I know Kim meant no harm…she wasn't thinking. She never is. However, that's not really an excuse for her anymore. I'd be happy to give anyone a pass for being unknowingly insensitive, but she literally makes a career of it. Thankfully, Nikki said what the rest of the Twitterverse wanted to say.
This is the true story…of seven strangers…picked to live in a house/casino/fire station/fish market…and have their lives taped…as they concoct fabulous new culinary delights. Wait, what?
MTV is getting back to its roots…no, the network isn't going back to actually playing music, but it will be revamping the Real World genre with a culinary take–and it's casting now. Are you ready to apply?