Poor people tell their sob story on live television in the hope that the studio audience will give them money. Where would TV and film be without the financially challenged as some easy entertainment?
Newly sober and fresh out of her sixth stint in rehab, actress Lindsay Lohan is attempting to rebuild her career on the documentary series Lindsay on the Oprah Winfrey Network. Of course, our eyes are glued to the screen, waiting to see if Lindsay’s attempts at making a legitimate clean break from the party lifestyle will manifest itself into the phoenix-rising effect similar to peers before her like Britney Spears.
Two questions, come on down!
Hi, all. It’s Tuesday, it’s lunchtime, and it’s almost Halloween! All good things. Hattie here with a lunchtime poll straight from my narcissistic brain: if your life were a reality show, would anyone want to watch it? Would you?
I’ve asked myself this question many times, and I know MY answer. But I’d like to hear yours! Bonus points if you elaborate on what the story arc would be or what the images of you would be in the opening credits. This is kind of like JJ Abrams day, but instead it’s Bunim-Murray day.