Originally posted by seattlejohn01:
Originally posted by rach_the_tall:
Meanwhile, A shot at love with Tila Tequila (They use the word shot, and there's little shot glasses through the show! Clever!) is hilarious. We came across a particular episode where the guy that was voted off had a minor psychotic episode. He ran down the driveway screeching "Tila! Tiiiilaaaa!" and ran back up to the house, banging on the windows, demanding to be let back in.
This allowed the remaining contestants to practice their open eyed 'scared face', and to talk about how freaked out they all were, and how it made them realise just HOW MUCH THEY LOVE TILA because of it.
I love trash TV.
I just read an article entitled "The Lie That Is Reality TV". They used this show as a primary example of how reality tv is fraudulant. Per the article, her biography claims she's bi-sexual & currently dates both men & women. According to the article, she's been in a committed heterosexual relationship for the past 5 years. It also focused on the last season's winner; apparently, he had a press conference where he was openly crying. He claimed that she blew him off immediately after the show ended, she wouldn't give him her phone number, and when he wrangled it from the show's producer, she wouldn't return his phone calls.
He's claiming he's going to sue the show's producers for fraud (claiming she had a serious boyfriend and was not looking for love at all), deceptive advertising (claiming she's not bisexual, but is saying that only to sell herself), etc. You gotta love these shows; everyone associated with them is so HONEST
I have to say that what did you expect?
Of course they're not real! That's the whole thing about it, they're all rigged and staged beyond belief.
These shows are there for one reason only, as a self-serving premise for the "star", usually because either no-one's heard of them, or, in the case of Jodie Marsh, her "star" is on the wain, and she's desperate to remain in the limelight, quite literally.
The sooner everone switches off, the better our world will be.