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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Confession.


I don't watch very much TV, but I do become shamelessly emotionally involved in three shows:

1) Gossip Girl.

2) Keeping Up with the Kardashians/KKTNY/Khloe & Lamar.

3) The Bachelor(ette)/Bachelor Pad.

The latter two are some of the most criticized reality shows on TV right now, but I will argue to the death that they are completely true and not staged whatsoever.

Okay, maybe like 15% of the content is staged. :)

I want to be just like Kourtney Kardashian when I grow up. I think Scott Disick is the most hilarious man on the planet. I think Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries' 72 day marriage was totally legit. I want to be a hardcore Mavs fan now all because Lamar Odom is on the team. I follow every single Kardashian on Twitter and they completely hog my feeds... but I still want to read every tweet.

See what I mean? Shameless.

But I am even MORE obsessed with The Bachelor. Every season. The drama is just too enticing. Courtney Robertson has had my friend Andrea and I nearly rolling every single Monday night.

{Yep. Took a picture of the tv. Try hitting the pause button every time she's on the screen and see how many ridiculous faces you can capture. I dare you.}

I really have to hand it to this girl. She has completely mastered the art of being a villain. Not to mention she makes some of the best facial expressions I have ever seen. Oh how I will miss her when this season is over.

Back in 2007 I had every intention of filling out an application to try to be on the show - until I saw how much work was actually involved in the application. Oh what I wouldn't give to know what goes on behind the scenes of this show. Is it all real (please oh please)? Or 100% staged? Does the show provide all of their cute clothes or are they all just super stylish naturally? How do they always know to what to wear for their surprise dates? Do they ever get to leave the house without the cameras? All such riveting questions.

Hi. My name is Jenna and I'm addicted to shallow television shows.

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