I have no idea what to expect from Mariah Carey’s upcoming reality TV show, but I am so here for it. I am just hoping that it’s not some super polished show about her preparing to perform in Vegas and record in the studio. That sounds like a yawn fest.
I am really hoping for some raw and crazy behind-the-scenes footage of Mariah complaining about lighting options and seamlessly throwing shade. The show Mariah’s World is set to premiere at some point this Fall, so obviously Mariah has been promoting it and talking about what makes her show different than other celebrity reality endeavors.
I jumped the gun when it came to my excitement in response to the news that Jennifer Lopez has a new reality TV show in the works. I was hoping that we would get a behind-the-scenes look at her taking care of the twins in between her Las Vegas performances, but it is not that kind of show.
JLo’s show is not even going to be about her. It is actually a dance competition show – which is not too shocking since JLo is super private these days and we all know about her extensive dance background. I’m just a little confused though since it’s not like there’s some shortage of dance competition shows in reality TV. With that said, I can’t help wondering how this show will be different.
If you didn’t watch Married at First Sight during its first three seasons, then you have really been missing out. Yes, it is a pretty wild concept to get married to someone right as you’re meeting them, but it’s cool to see how well-matched – or not so well matched – the couples are.
Thankfully the reality show is coming back for a fourth season and I cannot be more excited about it.
Luann De Lesseps‘ so called “friends” have had a lot to say about her fiance, Tom D’Agostino on The Real Housewives of New York lately. Tom, who Luann plans to wed on New Year’s Eve in Palm Beach, hasn’t had much of a chance to defend himself though. Now he’s speaking out to clarify the rumors that he 1) dated Ramona Singer seriously and 2) hooked up with Sonja Morgan over a period of 10 years. The answer to both rumors, according to Tom? Nope, and nope.
“I don’t watch the show, but I get different pieces here and there, and a lot of the stuff I have heard? It’s so outlandish to me,” says Tom. Not sure I’m buying his line of not watching the show, but Sonja and Ramona spewing forth outlandish commentary? Absolutely! Then again, Tom could just be covering up his sordid past with the ladies. No one wants to be dubbed another Slade Smiley!
It’s like the Bachelor with a twist! There is no shortage of reality dating shows, and now Logo has one that I plan on putting on the regular rotation. Of course, I’ll have to say “Bye, Bye, Bye!” to the idea of Chris Harrison as the host with the most, managing beautiful singles in a sprawling mansion.
It’s not “Tearin’ Up My Heart” to announce that one of my favorite boy banders, and bestie of Lisa Vanderpump, is going to give Chris Harrison a run for his rose handling, sage advice peddling, money. That’s right. Logo’s latest reality competition for love is going to be hosted by none other than Lance Bass. I cannot wait…and I won’t have really have to as Finding Prince Charming will premiere this fall on the network.
Peter Thomas has always been a little sketch. But this latest statement from the former Real Housewives of Atlanta househusband’s camp is just plain delusional confusing. Peter is claiming that he was blindsided by Cynthia Bailey’s divorce announcement, maintaining that they had discussed it, but it wasn’t something he wanted.
Cynthia announced her intentions to divorce Peter in early July, citing that time apart, as well as differences in personality, chemistry, and compatibility were to blame. Well, I think that list covers just about everything! Peter, however, maintains, “It wasn’t something that I wanted. But it is something that I believe she thinks she needs. And honestly, I wish we could have made the public announcement jointly.”