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Tori Spelling & Dean McDermott’s Reality Show Renewed For Season 2

Tori Spelling & Dean McDermott's Reality Show Renewed For Season 2

Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott’s reality show “True Tori” has been picked up for a second season. Didn’t people get enough of her and Dean’s marriage problems the first time around?

The first season of the show saw Tori and Dean struggling to get past his cheating ways, but now she is trying to regain the “honesty and happiness” that they once shared.

The network said that the second season will show eight episodes and Tori will focus on “healing herself and dealing head-on with the issues that have plagued her for years. While much of the chaos of last spring is seemingly behind her, there still exists a tremendous amount of work ahead for Tori as she struggles to find her true self.”

Season two of “True Tori” makes its Lifetime Channel premiere on October 21, 2014 at 9PM EST. Will you be tuning in?

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Posted Friday, September 12th, 2014 at 9:09am
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PHOTO: Kim Kardashian Shares Makeup-Free Selfie

PHOTO: Kim Kardashian Shares Makeup-Free Selfie

Reality star Kim Kardashian shed the makeup for a nice, natural look on Instagram earlier today. She posted the above photo with the caption: “No make up kinda weekend”. She still looks great, right? Besides, everywhere she goes, she is always made up, it’s kind of nice to see her looking more natural — don’t you think?

Kardashian is also said to be in talks to produce a new reality show — without the help of her momager Kris Jenner. In Touch reports:

In the new issue of In Touch, it’s revealed that Kim will be teaming up with a friend on a new reality show called Young Bosses, featuring up-and coming entrepreneurs. Mrs. West will assume the role of producer, which would normally be Kris’ position.

“Kim has decided that it’s time to begin a new career without being under the thumb of her mother,” a Kardashian insider dishes to In Touch. “Kris built a reality TV empire, and now Kim is planning to do the same — without her mother.”

Would you tune in to her new reality show? Hit the comments below and have your say!

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Posted Saturday, August 23rd, 2014 at 2:14pm
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PICS: Ringless Kendra Wilkinson Heads To Yoga

PICS: Ringless Kendra Wilkinson Heads To Yoga

Reality star Kendra Wilkinson goes to her yoga class in Sherman Oaks, California on July 28, 2014. Kendra is rumored to be “done” with her marriage to Hank Baskett, after his alleged affair with a transsexual model. She’s left her wedding ring at home and has started to go club hopping with friends.

Do you think she did that pose to accentuate the fact that she’s no longer wearing her wedding ring? Rumor has it that when she found out about her hubby’s affair, she flushed the ring down the toilet.

PICS: Ringless Kendra Wilkinson Heads To Yoga

Now, all of their marriage drama will be playing out on their reality show. Will you tune in to see if they can fix their issues? Or do you think it’s all just for the ratings?

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Posted Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 at 8:08am
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LeAnn Rimes: ‘I’m actually a real housewife, I do housewife-y things’

LeAnn Rimes: 'I'm actually a real housewife, I do housewife-y things'

LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian are still deep in the middle of promotion for their VH1 reality show “LeAnn and Eddie” and she can’t help but to take a sly dig at Brandi Glanville. She wants everyone to know that she is a “real housewife” and how they handled the idea that their lives would be put on display for the public.

From “USA Today”, they both talked about how they navigated the tides of reality television.

DO set up boundaries and decide what’s fair game — and what’s not. In one episode, Rimes hits her head while Cibrian carries her. In another, she’s bloated after using steroids to treat her voice after she lost it on tour. But Glanville won’t be on Cibrian’s show — and, most adamantly, neither will their boys. “There’s no point and no benefit for the kids to be on any kind of show,” he says. “They’re never on camera.”

DON’T act normal. Just be normal. “You do forget the cameras are there,” says Rimes. “You do see how we are as a couple.” Rimes says it took her about a day to get used to being filmed. To help things along and make her mother, who’s not a performer, feel at ease, Rimes would joke around with her to make her forget about the lenses and lights surrounding her. “We’d start making her laugh and you’d get this magical thing,” says Rimes.

DON’T airbrush your reality to the point where it stinks of fakery. Both Cibrian and Rimes are producers on the show, so they decide what’s in or out. But they opted to let ridiculous and heartfelt moments stay on air. “We didn’t shy away from anything,” says Cibrian. Even some tough moments. “Eddie is making a decision of whether or not to take a job. He’s really given up a lot of work to be home with his kids, and there’s something that’s really emotional about that for me,” says Rimes.

DO have fun, and keep it as classy as possible. “Just enjoy it,” Rimes says. “We got to work with our parents and friends. It was fun to be able to interact with them. My mom is hysterical. His parents are Cuban. My mom is Southern. Everyone seems to get along.” Looking back, says Cibrian, the plan was to do six episodes. Then, VH1 asked for more. “We could cut some embarrassing moments out, but we kept them in,” says Cibrian, referring to a future episode dealing with Jackson Pollock and bathroom humor.

DON’T talk smack about bothersome people. Including your exes, even if they trash you. Cibrian says he won’t dig into any divorce issues, and says that he and Glanville manage to co-parent amicably these days. And he has no intention of behaving in a manner that would make his kids cringe when they finally see an episode. “It’s not invasive. It’s not exploitative. It’s not train-wreck TV,” says Cibrian. That being said, personal travails will be addressed as needed. “If it’s within the story line we’re talking about, you get to see how we would deal with it. That’s really it. There’s no malicious attacks.” Adds Rimes: “Nothing that we say about ourselves, or others, is untrue. We wanted for people to laugh with us — they’ve been laughing at us for a long time.”​

Are you going to watch their show?

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Posted Thursday, July 17th, 2014 at 11:11am
Filed under Eddie Cibrian, LeAnn Rimes | 1 Comment

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