Movie and reality TV star Brigitte Nielsen is recovering after surviving a three-car accident in Los Angeles, TMZ reports.
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Bravo's Top Chef delivered its most-watched episode of the season on Wednesday, drawing 2.1 million viewers. The series is up 28 percent versus Season 2.... The enthusiasm is officially curbed. Larry David's wife of 14 years, Laurie, has filed for divorce. The pair separated in June.... Spike TV is offering a free online video-game companion piece to the drama Kill Point, which premieres this Sunday. Go to SpikeTV.com for more.... Onetime Surreal Lifer Brigitte Nielsen has checked into rehab for treatment of an undisclosed condition. Her manager tells the AP, "All I know is it's something she did on her own free will".... I, Matt, make my debut this week as the TV Guide Talk podcast moderator. Check back around 6 pm/ET for our rehash of the Emmy noms, Isaiah, Mandy and more.
Anything for a buck, right? Having put in a guest appearance on a fellow class act's reality show, Being Bobby Brown, Mike Tyson wants a series of his own, the New York Daily News reports. The boxer even recruited daughter Mikey (a designer of plus-size fashions) and her gal pal Nathalie (aka Don King's daughter) to humiliate themselves alongside him. Meanwhile, the News adds, celebreality mainstay Brigitte Nielsen is developing a new program in which she'd run wait for it a male e$cort service. The working title? Stud Farm. Yes, indeed, anything for a, um, buck.
According to Variety, VH1 has greenlit The Surreal Life: Fame Games, an (oxymoron alert!) all-star edition of the reality show featuring such former cast members as Ron Jeremy, Vanilla Ice, Brigitte Nielsen, Chyna Doll and Emmanuel Lewis. Set in (cheese alert!) Las Vegas and hosted by (chubbychops alert!) Robin Leach, Fame Games will pit housemates against each other in showbiz-themed challenges, all in the name of nabbing a $100,000 prize. The hope is that with that kind of cash, the winner could actually buy a clue.