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Five Real-Life Couples We'd Love to See on Reality TV

by Jean Bentley, posted Jun 12th 2011 10:00AM
Coco, Ice-T, Ice Loves CocoIce T and his wife, Coco, have been together for 10 years.

A decade is a long time in show business, but the rapper-turned-actor and model are still as devoted as ever. The couple, who were married in 2005, renewed their wedding vows in an over-the-top ceremony last weekend. Now, their so-weird-but-it-works relationship will take center stage in the E! reality series 'Ice Loves Coco' (premieres Sun., June 12 at 10:30PM).

The fact that it's taken them this long to step in front of reality cameras together had us a little surprised -- they odd couple seems made for TV -- but we're happy they're finally there. But it got us to thinking -- who else would we like to watch on the small screen?

Here are five other celebrity couples we think should get their own reality shows.

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Stedman Surprises Oprah and Gayle With Taped Interview (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Apr 21st 2011 6:20PM
Oprah Winfrey and Stedman Graham on 'The Oprah Winfrey Show'Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King are longtime friends, and it isn't surprising when King guests on 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' (weekdays, syndicated). What was a surprise today for both Winfrey and King was when Winfrey's significant other, Stedman Graham, made an appearance on the show via a taped interview. Graham spoke about Winfrey and King's friendship, calling them "sisters."

"She gets to the point," said Graham of King, "and Oprah's the kind of person where she wants you to get to the point. Stop beating around the bush, get to the point." Graham said he cared for and respected both women, and was happy they are friends.

Neither Winfrey nor King knew the interview had happened, much less that the producers would play it for them on the episode. Graham did say both women have made their living doing what they like to do, talking. Which may be why he taped his interview, to make sure he could get to the point.

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Oprah and Stedman to finally move in together

by Annie Wu, posted Dec 24th 2006 10:39AM
Oprah and StedmanOprah Winfrey recently decided to take her relationship with Stedman Graham to the next level, and let him move in with her, probably in her recently purchased Chicago home. Their relationship dates all the way back to 80s, when Oprah used to bear a strong likeness to Rocky Horror Picture Show's Doctor Frank N. Furter (pictured).

"Whoa, but I thought they've already been living together..." seems to be the wide-spread public reaction to the news. Yes, one would think that, after dating for twenty years, Oprah would have let Stedman start sleeping over ages ago. However, one must not forget that this is Oprah. Our relationship logic does not need to apply to the mighty Oprah. Hail Oprah.

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Oprah needs to apologize to birds

by Bob Sassone, posted Dec 28th 2005 11:59AM

Remember that story yesterday, that said that Oprah's plane was damaged and had to land after it had a run-in with a bird? Seems it wasn't a bird at all but wear and tear on the cockpit window. Which is even scarier.

But this brings us to the question, will Oprah now apologize to the birds of the world on her show? Or at least release a statement apologizing for her crew blaming it on a poor, defenseless bird so quickly? Will she make birds one of her "Favorite Things" next year. The very least she could do is pick Lorrie Moore's Birds of America for her book club.

I just think she should do something that will bridge the gulf that now exists between us humans and the bird community. 

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Oprah Winfrey and the Bird of Destiny

by Jonathan Toomey, posted Dec 27th 2005 1:22PM
OprahGather round children for a tale of holiday folly. Yesterday afternoon, our beloved Oprah and her boyfriend Stedman Graham (I'd pay money to have that name...) decided to fly to one of her extremely expensive private mansions/ islands/planets. However, their craft of choice ran into a problem after the plane took-off. It seems a tiny bird flew into the plane's windshield and the pilot made the game-time decision of grounding the plane because a crack formed in the glass. A fire department spokesman said this actually happens quite frequently. Now this is just me, but if I ever happen to one day accumulate more money than God, I too will buy a private jet. Or eight. But I'm also going to make sure that those things have windshields solid enough to plow through a flock of eagles and not take a dent.

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