Like his fiancee, Otunga himself is a notable reality TV runner-up, having been passed over for lifetime studding services by a professional skank on VH1's alumna (a/k/a Tiffany Pollard) moved on to a potentially huge commercial break last night only to melt down over a faulty prop.
But as our mothers always reminded us: If it stings, that means it's healing, and her director's violent jump to her defense spurs a violent Japanese-language brawl suggesting New York may yet have a place at the table in Hollywood.
This “snitch” will stop at nothing to get ahead and ultimately win NY’s heart.
During her double date, NY reveals some gossip she heard from this source.
They fought for New York's heart and fought with each other, ran around in Speedos and knocked each other out in the boxing ring. Find out what happened to "lover-not-a-fighter" Mr. And then she was dumped by her fiancé Tango in the "I Love New York" reunion show.
Boston, ambiguously gay duo 12 Pack and Heat, rapping brothers Real and Chance, Miami's own Whiteboy and others. Everything from cashing in on their new-found fame with paid appearances - complete with choreography and skimpy outfits - to DJing at Bar Mitzvahs, to taking their shot at hip hop stardom. Discover what happened to all your favorite dudes after New York kicked them out of the house on "Where Are They Now: The Men of I Love New York."New York has been unlucky in love. Now, America's favorite reality diva is looking for love again in the 2nd season of this popular dating show.
The following day, during a fashion photo shoot, someone gets down on his knees to impress New York, and shows her much more than his heart! New York has barely wiped the morning out of her eyes when a fight breaks out between two of her boys.
Although NY can be a tolerant person, violence is non-negotiable and she is faced with the tough decision to let a guy go.
Eager to see how the other boys deal with aggression, NY brings them to a Muy Thai gym where she tests their ability to take a good old-fashioned beating, with a new-fashioned twist.
In the show's first episode, New York learns that, just like any other aspiring actor or actress, she needs to get herself a manager before she has the opportunity to show what she can do on the casting couch.
Sadly, the monologue she delivered for a room full of low-level talent scouts — the kind that would have trouble scoring a table for 4 at the In-N-Out Burger — made quickly descended into an ugly face-off between the mothers of Grand Prize Ho New York (so named for challenging both Port Authority and Penn Station's claims to being the East Coast's most traveled commuter hub) and her Italian stallion suitor, The Entertainer.
New York is confronted with yet another act of violence under her roof. After snitching, fighting, and spitting, and nearly getting eliminated, one man is the house enemy and anxiously waits for an opportunity to redeem himself.