Deadline is reporting that it’s once again time to feed a fed horse because there is yet another revival of a once-popular show coming back to television. But this is sort of a Groundhog Day of reboots because you’ve seen this rebooted once before.
On today’s episode of “Fame Whore, Please!” we have rapper and Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta cast member Yung Joc wearing a floor length blue dress direct from the Karlie Redd Cheap Thot Collection. Werq Miss Joc, WERRRRQQQ! I bet you weren’t meeting mutha fuckas in the trap wearing this shit back when you were a rapper, so what’s going on? Joc is chalking up this current cry for attention to “internet manipulation.” And there’s more.
A million years ago (in the 90’s, to be more specific), I knew a lot of teen moms growing up and none of them got paid to be on their own damn TV show. Honestly, the only checks they received came from WIC. That all changed in 2009 when MTV’s reality series Teen Mom introduced a bunch of girls with babies into our lives.
Fast forward to 2017 where one of the moms, Amber Portwood, may be following in fellow Teen Mom alum (and Dlisted patron saint of bad decision making) Farrah Abraham into the lovely world of having protein slurpees chucked into her face (AKA porn).
Busy Philipps is mostly known for Freaks and Geeks, Cougar Town, Dawson’s Creek and for being Michelle Williams’ regular awards show date, but none of those things pays all of her bills and she says she currently makes most of her money from throwing up “#ad” next to an Instagram picture of her with some product (like soup). Like many famous and famous-esque types, Busy collects checks for pushing products on Instagram. When some of her 540,000 Instagram followers spit at her for “selling out“, she said in an IG Story video that her acting jobs didn’t bring in the money last year, but being a product pusher on Instagram did.
I was under the impression that Demi Lovato was a successful(ish) singer who had the type of career that didn’t necessitate having to hawk useless stuff on Instagram like reality TV whores. I was wrong. Demi is now shilling for laxative tea brand TeaMi, Instagram’s first favorite sponsored content scam-style product after hair gummies.
AMERICAN IDOL! You remember, that show some of you stopped caring about back when George Bush was in office? Well, according to Variety, the show you loved to ignore could potentially be returning to television soon, but to a network that’s not FOX. Continue reading