Here’s reality news about the new “Jersey Shore” season, Denver’s “Shear Genius” finalist and more:
‘Jersey Shore’ does Miami
The new locale of “Jersey Shore” was a big secret — until now.
It was just revealed that “Jersey Shore’s” second season is being filmed in Miami. First the Kardashian sisters invaded the town, and now Snooki, The Situation and the rest of the Jersey gang are taking over the beach city.
Miami will never be the same.
That’s not all: MTV reported that the show will start off in Miami, but the Jersey crew will finish the season in its original Seaside Heights digs.
You can take the Jerseyites out of the state, but you can’t take the state out of this Jersey gang.
“Jersey Shore” returns July 29 on MTV.
Denver does ‘Shear Genius’
Denver hair stylist Matthew Morris easily glided into Bravo’s “Shear Genius” finals.
However, the local salon owner got a little cocky on last week’s finale. Morris went wild creating Mohawks and zipper-decorated hair for the models he was working on — and that cost him the prize.
The quirky Brig Van Osten won this season’s “Shear Genius” with her futuristic, laminated hairstyles. That’s why Morris ended up in third place.
Kate Gosselin: Reality star?
Kate Gosselin has been one busy reality star.
She’s duking it out with ex-hubby Jon Gosselin over the custody of their kids, and fighting with her trainer on “Dancing with the Stars.”
It’s just getting the reality star ready for her new show, “Twist of Kate.”
The TLC show debuts this summer and features Gosselin giving advice to women.
That should be interesting.
Sarah Jessica Parker
Sarah Jessica Parker got a taste of reality TV with her appearance on “Who Do You Think Are?”
Parker’s now brewing up her own reality show on Bravo. The program’s called “Work of Art: The Next Great Artist” and it debuts on June 9.
The show will follow the lives of 14 up-and-coming artists as they complete works of art. The winner gets a solo show at the Brooklyn Museum and $100,000.
NBC’s pretty happy with its new reality shows “Who Do You Think You Are?” and “The Marriage Ref.”
That’s making producers Lisa Kudrow (“Who Do You Think You Are?”) and Jerry Seinfeld (“The Marriage Ref”) very happy, as both shows got renewed for 2010-11.