Well, this should give new meaning to the expression: “Don’t Quit Your Day Job!” In a new VH1 reality series, American Idol’s Randy Jackson asks celebrities to ponder what their lives would be like if they had never found fame on the big screen or recorded a charttopping No. 1 hit.
Got a dating horror story? Yep, there’s an app for that! In celebration of the third season of VH1′s Tough Love — airing Sundays @ 8 PM ET/PT — the network has launched a new Facebook app, Ditch or Date, which gives Reality Stans a platform to share the best and worst of their dating stories.
VH1′s Mob Wives are some real pistols. Or maybe they’re just strapped with them!
The stars of the small screen’s newest controversial hit, Mob Wives, drop in to HLN’s Joy Behar tonight and the gals had lots to say about the fury floating around their show. Mob Wives has come under fire from Italian-American groups and even a Staten Island politician for perpetuating stereotypes of folks from the Old Country as mobsters and mafiosos. The show features four Staten Island women — Karen Gravano, Drita D’avanzo, Carla Facciolo and Renee Graziano — picking up the pieces of their lives as their husbands and fathers do time behind bars for Mob-related crimes. Last Sunday night’s series premiere, was the No. 1 most watched non-sports cable program for the 8 PM timeslot by women 18-49.
The Italian-American media watchdog group that once blasted Jersey Shore star Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi “an embarrassment to the human race” (Well, that’s one way of putting it!) has turned its wrath on Mob Wives, VH1′s new Mafioso-inspired docu-series.