The second season of Real Chance of Love is set to premier tonight on VH1 at 9/8c. Brothers Ahmad Givens and Kamal Givens aka Real and Chance are back for another quest at finding “true love.”
Season 1 ended with Chance picking no one, and Real picking Cornfed. Shockingly, the relationship between Real and Cornfed did not last. According to Cornfed, Real abruptly ended their relationship earlier this year. I’m guessing it’s tough to keep a relationship going knowing you have signed on to do a 2nd season of a dating reality show.
In this new interview with VH1, Risky talks about what it felt like to win, what she plans to do with her money, and her new breast implants.
Below are excerpts from this interview -
Congratulations, first of all. Were you surprised to win?
Yea, I was very, very surprised to win. I know that I gave a really good speech, but I really thought that Marcia was going to win because she made that huge commitment to stop drinking and she lasted that long.
From the start, people wondered why you were on Charm School in the first place. Did you feel like you actually needed it and were able to get something out of it?
I did. I had a temper. I had an attitude problem. I was very impatient. The main thing that they made a big deal out of is that I didn’t open up as much as I should, but there were a lot of other things that I needed to be there for, which, I guess they saw. I feel like I learned a lot from being there. Like everyone has seen, I opened up way more than I ever have before. I became more patient with people. I worked on my attitude a lot.
But was there any strategy in not opening up, so that you could surprise everyone with a big reveal at the end?
No. I actually didn’t want to open up at all, because I’m a very secretive person as far as things that go on in my life. I’d rather keep that to myself because I don’t want anybody judging me for what I’ve been through. But I’ve also realized by being there that a lot of people have been through the same thing that I’ve been through, so why not open up?
It was interesting to watch how the women on this show progressed differently. Bubbles admitted she was molested in Episode 5, but it took you until Episode 10 to open up that you went through the same thing.
Like I said, I wasn’t going to say it all, but once I started writing my speech, things just started flowing, and I figured I might as well just go ahead and say everything. Why not?
READ MORE OF THE INTERVIEW BELOW PLUS A PICTURE OF RISKY WITH HER NEW BOOBS.
The 2nd runner up of VH1’sDaisy of Love is now speaking out about his time on the show in a new interview with VH1. Reality show alum, David Amerman aka 12 Pack, talks about his heartbreak, feelings for Daisy and his alleged bromance with Flex.
A lot of people have also been wondering about the reunion show. Well as of today, it appears VH1 will not be taping a reunion show for either Daisy of Love or Charm School 3. Not sure what their reason is but I think most fans, including me, would have loved to see a reunion for both shows.
Below are excerpts from his new interview -
How was your time on the show?
I always have fun when I do these shows, but his one by far beat the other two out. With I Love New York, I was competing for a girl I wasn’t really into. It was my first time, so I was a little nervous. With I Love Money, everyday you thought you might get eliminated. I really had to chill and not piss people off. On this show it was more or less just a free for all and I was actually into the chick, so it was really a good time.
Obviously, because this was your second time on a dating show, people questioned your motivation. Even Daisy did.
Oh yeah. I really wanted to be there for sure. Why would I have gone on another dating show if I wasn’t into the girl? It would have just been obvious I wasn’t into her. There’s plenty of television shows out there. I mean, I could have done I Love Money 3, or 2 or 4 or any of that stuff. But I really liked Daisy a lot. I felt like it was a good shot to go out and compete for a girl that I actually was into. I figured worse case scenario, I don’t get the girl in the end.
At what point did Daisy’s suspicions ease?
Maybe by the third episode, it kind of got to the point where I had answered her question already. I said, “If you don’t believe me and you want to send me home for that, go ahead. But if you want to see why I’m really here and give it a shot, let me stay.” And she went for option B. It’s cool because me and her are cool now, and whenever she’s in town she’ll give me a call, or if I hear something in the news about her I’ll make sure she’s still doing OK. So we’re cool.
Daisy of Love’sTJ Markiewicz aka Flex was the final contestant to be eliminated from the show’s finale last night. Daisy De LaHoya chose rocker/heart breaker, London, whom she had earlier eliminated to be her “Daisy of Love.”
In a new interview with VH1, Flex talks about his time on the show, not being that into Daisy, plus his bromance with 12 Pack. Off topic, why is he wearing so much eyeliner in the above photo?
Below are some excerpts from his new interview -
You didn’t seem too broken up about not being chosen by Daisy.
I had feelings for her but I didn’t like her-like her like that. We didn’t have the connection that she had with London, so I knew we weren’t meant for each other.
Were you insincere when you said how much you liked her?
When you’re in the moment, you say how you feel, I guess. There was a lot of alcohol involved (laughs). She was the only girl in a house of 20 guys. I was sincere when I said I had feelings for her, and I thought she was a great girl. But toward the end, after she brought London back, it was just like, OK. Obviously we know who’s going to win because she had that extreme crush on him in the beginning. The show was over when he walked back through the door.
Is there anything to be said for you just playing the game?
Everybody wants to win, but for me it wasn’t a game. I went there seeing if we had a chance. She’s a cool chick. I had no baggage. I didn’t have a girlfriend or anything that would have dragged me down. Some of the other guys had kids or girlfriends or had been married and divorced, but not me. I was 22, I had a job, I was successful, so I basically wanted to try something new.
So, just to be sure, when you said, “I’m falling in love with you,” you just chalk that up to being in the moment?
Well…yeah. I knew that London and her would not make a good couple. It’s hard to explain because you know that someone isn’t right for her, and even though she doesn’t like you, you still don’t want her to make a bad decision. I knew I would be a better fit for her than London. I knew I could take care of her and not disrespect her like the way she’s been disrespected in the past.
So you don’t think it’ll last with London?
No, I don’t think it’s going to last at all. But I wish them the best.
VH1 has released the Supertrailer of the upcoming 2nd season of Real Chance of Love. You can see the official photos of the cast here, as well as personal/”modeling” photos of the ladies here and here.
Real Chance of Love 2: Back in the Saddle premieres Monday, August 3 at 9/8c. Will you be watching?
Brittanya O’Campo is speaking out about her time on Charm School 3, as well as her recent elimination from the show. In a new interview with VH1, she touches on the topic of the serious charges from her criminal past, why she should have won Charm School, her take on her unaired altercation with So Hood and how her butt implants are treating her.
Below are excerpts from the interview -
So I guess you’re not in jail?
Oh yeah, I’m not.
Well that’s good. What happened with the case?
I’m still fighting it right now. My next court date is actually September 17. I paid my lawyer, so that’s good. The case is still looking…I don’t know what’s going to happen with it. It’s probably going to go to trial still.
What was it like juggling a case and Charm School?
While I was on Charm School, it was like whatever. It really didn’t make a difference. I was told by the lawyer and everybody not to get into detail about it on TV. That’s why I never did. I can go ahead and say now what my charges were, but I’m still fighting it and I’m not saying I’m guilty of it, because I’m not. They were trying to get me for attempted murder. I read that someone was saying that my bail was probably a couple hundred dollars, but my bail was actually a quarter of a million dollars. It’s public record; anyone can look it up and see. But anyways, the charge got dropped to assault with a deadly weapon causing bodily harm and the other one was assault and battery, so I have two charges on me right now that I’m fighting. It’s kind of like a he said/she said thing. My lawyer is the best in town so I really think that things will work out. I’m hoping and praying.
How was it that you were able to pay your lawyer?
When I was on Charm School, it was during the time that Rock of Love was airing, so I didn’t know that I was going to get all kinds of gigs and appearances and jobs from Rock of Love. When I got back from Charm School, it was like my whole life was totally different. I had a gig like almost every single day. Still do to this day. They pay a lot of money to go out to clubs and stuff, and I ended up saving all that money, plus more, and freakin’ paid my lawyer. I actually just got a brand new car yesterday. I’m really excited.
VH1 has announced it’s latest celeb reality dating show staring Antonio Sabato Jr. The 36 year old Soap star/underwear model will start looking for love on VH1 when his reality series My Antonio premieres Aug. 16 at 10/9c.
This show will however be a bit different from the other VH1 dating shows. It will take place in Hawaii, and will involve both his ex-wife and mother -
My Antonio is a real-life soap opera, with romance, betrayal and a show-stopping plot twist: A woman from Antonio’s past will shock everyone when she shows up to compete for his love. And she’s not just any woman. She’s Antonio’s ex-wife! Now she’s determined to win him back—at any cost.
And there’s another lady causing trouble — Antonio’s momma. She arrives to help him make the most important decision of his life. But is anyone good enough for her number one son?
This show looks like it might have some hope. It seems they want it to play out like a real life soap opera. I might give this one a shot. Plus some of the women casted look like they might actually know the meaning of class. Check out more pictures of the ladies below –
Bianca Sloof aka Bubbles from Charm School 3 is speaking out about her time on the show in a new interview with VH1. Bubbles talks about her road to becoming a powerful woman, her altercations with the other women on the show, the abuse in her past and why there’s nothing wrong with swimming in the air.
Below are some excerpts from this interview -
How was your time on the show?
My time on the show was about growth. The $100,000 did reinforce me to improve, but I’ve been trying to self-improve myself for awhile. It’s not easy. I learned to take a stand, to be more of a powerful woman, to change my perspective on life, not to be so, so, so, so positive, but to see what’s bad – what is really out there. And there’s bad things out there. And that’s what I learned, also.
The way we saw the first few episodes play out, it seemed like the rest of the Real Chance girls just snapped and were screaming at you out of nowhere.
The thing is, I have grew a little defensive of my intelligence, because when you get insulted all your life about the same thing, it’s like somebody poking you in the arm, in the same spot. It’s going to eventually hurt. You’re going to grow a shield. You’re going to think right away that people are insulting your intelligence when they’re not even doing that, because you’re being defensive for a reason. So I went up to Ki Ki and said, “I don’t understand why you call me retarded when you didn’t even know the names of the animals in the farm activity [on Real Chance].” That’s all I said. It wasn’t that big, but she made it so much bigger, because she’s a lot more defensive than I am. And a lot of people that are defensive and abusers, they make themselves as victims. They see themselves as victims, and they don’t realize that what they’re doing is abusing.