"Octo-Mom" Nadya Suleman has revealed new details about her nascent reality show — but the deal isn't done just yet.
On Wednesday, Suleman opened up about the possible show, explaining that it would be a documentary series versus traditional reality fare. "It's going to be..."
If you are one of the many who simply swoon when Johnny lifts Baby high up in the air, in front of the entire Kellerman crowd, in the 1987 film of the same name, then the new television version of Dirty Dancing is for you. In the WE series (premiering tonight at 10 pm/ET), 18 women get a chance to live out their Baby fantasies as they are separated into groups and led by male professional dancers, who will eventually pick one lass for a chance to perform a sexy dance for judges. TVGuide.com got a chance to catch up with Dirty Dancing host and celebrity choreographer Cris Judd about why this reality competition shouldn't be left in the corner.
TVGuide.com: How did this series come about? Cris Judd: I was originally approached to be one of the choreographers and judges. Not too long before that, I had come back from Europe and shot a pilot as the host of a
Avast, me buckos! Reality TV continues its perilous descent into the abyss! By now, you know Melissa Rivers has signed on to do ABC's I'm A Celebrity — Get Me Out of Here! (debuting Feb. 19). Hey, at least we've heard of her. The other so-called "celebrities" are: Robin Leach, Olympian Bruce Jenner, model Tyson Beckford, Downtown Julie Brown — um, not to be confused with MTV's other Julie Brown — and actress Alana Stewart. (Who? Oh yeah, she was married to George Hamilton and Rod