All six people watching at my house screamed interjections at the television at Ben's disposal of the coolest girl in the bunch. She had an unfortunate exit interview that included choking sobs peppered with hiccups and bouts of ugly crying.
Spending another night on another red carpet with Food Network's "Bad Boy Chef" Chris Nirschel, lead to some very interesting encounters with other reality TV stars at the Cosmopolitan magazine's launch party for their February issue at the Empire Room in NYC on Wednesday night.
It's an overflowing piñata full of mediocre television. That isn't to say all reality television is bad. I do enjoy some, like The Amazing Race and Top Chef. However, I'm referring to the shows that go to the edge of crazy and jump over.
When the Canadian version of The Bachelor hits the air this fall and your hairdresser's cousin's co-worker's son's teacher is on the show, will you be watching? I will. And with my team of real and pretend online friends, we'll have plenty to say.
The pageant girls all openly acknowledge that they want to win a crown and title, while "The Bachelor" contestants have deluded themselves into all thinking that they are in love with a virtual stranger