Kim Kardashian vampire blood facial

Shameless attention-seeker Kim Kardashian gives herself something called a “vampire filler blood facial” during an upcoming episode of her reality TV show. Kim’s reality show is tanking in the ratings thanks to other reality shows with much better content.

So, with cameras trailing her, Kardashian visits a clinic which specializes in the so-called vampire blood facial procedure.

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Bob Whitfield and Sheree Whitfield

Former Atlanta falcons player Bob Whitfield is back in the news. Whitfield and his ex-wife, Sheree Whitfield, will appear on an upcoming episode of Iyanla: Fix My Life.

Whitfield, who recently moved back to Atlanta from Los Angeles and is reportedly living with his mother, has been juggling women on both coasts, including Sheree and another woman in California named Teshia (pictured left).

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Braxton Family Values Season 3

Season 3 of WEtv’s hit reality TV series “Braxton Family Values” is shaping up to be more dramatic than the previous 2 seasons. Tamar Braxton is back this season with a hot single on the charts. Toni Braxton is also back, despite the rumors that she wouldn’t be back this season. Traci is fighting mad (literally), Towanda let her lazy, estranged husband move into her new home; Matriarch Evelyn is hospitalized; and Trina is still trying to decide what to do with that loser husband of hers.

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Married to Medicine

Bravo, the cable network that started it all with their Real Housewives reality series, is preparing a new docu-series (formerly called reality series) to keep you locked to your TVs.

According to The Hollywood reporter, the docu-series titled Married to Medicine will introduce viewers to “the fast-paced and drama-filled social scene of Atlanta’s exclusive medical inner circle.”

In English, that means a ratched new reality TV series featuring staged fights and lots of fake Visine tears. You know how Bravo does it.

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Phylicia Rashad Claire Huxtable

Phylicia Rashad, who played TV mom Claire Huxtable on “The Cosby Show,” is criticizing reality TV moms for exploiting their children.

More specifically, Rashad is going after mothers like Kris Jenner, the “demanding” matriarch of reality TV’s Kardashian clan.

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Starter Wives

Last night, TLC hosted a meet & greet and press screening of their upcoming docu-series about famous ex-wives titled “Starter Wives Confidential” at the INC Lounge in Times Square, NY.

I’m assuming “docu-series” is another term for reality show? The networks are backpedaling quickly away from the reality show label due to its ghetto connotations.

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Catfish Rod and Ebony

Tongues are wagging about last night’s episode of MTV’s Catfish, a reality TV series about fake online dating profiles. The series is hosted by Nev Schulman, right, who himself was hoodwinked by a fake FB profile.

Rod and Ebony met on a dating website for gays and bisexuals. Rod believes Ebony is a transgender male who lives his life as a female. They have been “dating” online for 4 years. Rod, who claims he is neither gay or curious, wants to come clean to Ebony about his fake profile on Facebook. He is not the man he presents himself to be — but then, neither is Ebony.

I have my suspicions about this show but I will keep them to myself. Watch the episode after the break.

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Mariah Carey Nicki Minaj

Not even the hiring of superstar judges Mariah Carey or Nicki Minaj could improve ratings of the season premiere of American Idol. American Idol‘s ratings dropped 19 percent from last year’s premiere. This despite all the well-orchestrated drama between Nicki and Mariah leading up to Wednesday’s premiere.

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Sisterhood

Last night, the much anticipated gospel-themed reality TV show, Sisterhood (formerly Preacher Wives), premiered on the TLC network following the debut of T Boz’ new reality show, Totally TBoz.

According to Miss Jia, “the show takes an interesting look into the lives of 5 “first ladies” who stand by their pastor hubbies through thick and thin. Based in Atlanta, GA, the ladies of the show promise to give us a real, no holds barred look into what it’s really like to hold down a household and lead a church by example.”

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