He's recently been contacted by 15-20 of his biological children, and in this clip reveals to his fiance that his sperm may be responsible for fathering as many as 70 offspring.
To her credit, Ben's fiance manages to contain her reaction, but the shock, and possibly horror, in her face is evident.
Ben's fiance tells him she sees his actions as selfish, and the gravity of his decision seems to hit him in a way it hadn't before. "I guess I was dumb. Maybe I'm being dumb now, I don't know," he says.
When Nash was asked on Twitter if she would ever return to the Style Network series, she responded: "No :( its canceled."
On the contrary, said a 'Clean House' rep -- it's true the show isn't currently in production in Los Angeles, but that's because it's getting ready for a move to New York.
"After helping more than 200 families in the LA area, we are gearing up to begin filming the show in NY and give the East coast some much needed clutter clearing help," the publicist told AOL TV. "At the moment, we are not in production in LA, but focusing on pre-production in NY."
One major problem for Giuliana is that she's gaining weight, which could lead to wardrobe issues for her hosting gig. And her stylist José isn't really helping to calm her down. While having her try on a "sample size" dress, he asks, "Is your mother in town?" "Why?" Rancic asks. "Because of the weight," he replies.
José doesn't know about the pregnancy either, and so he's implying that Giuliana is shoveling down her mother's Italian food. Not helpful.
During the opening day of the salon, Teresa really annoys a customer. First, she used cold water to wash the client's hair, then she gabbed the woman's ear off and to top it off, she couldn't get the client's hair to the desired volume.
When the other staffers tried to smooth things over with the client by offering a gift card, the woman refused. We know she'll be going elsewhere to get her hair to the proper New Jersey proportions.
Back in the day, they couldn't show married couples sleeping in the same bed on TV. Now it's fashionable for celebs to have babies on camera. First Kourtney Kardashian, now Simmons. Who's next?
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Variety is reporting that Style Network will present 10 episodes of 'Tacky House,' set to air in the spring. The series will send 'Queer Eye for the Straight Guy' alum Thom Filicia to investigate unfortunate interiors in the hopes of making them more presentable.
Produced by Lynchpin Productions and executive produced by Rob Eric, Michael Williams, Michael Hauser and Sarah Weidman, 'Tacky House' will capitalize on viewer lookie-loos who watch the network's other home offerings like 'Clean House' and 'Open House.' Filicia currently hosts 'Dress my Nest' for Style Network, in which he transforms run-of-the-mill pads into spectacular spaces.
They've found a family of four tipping the scales at over 1,400 pounds. While there's no prize money involved, the family is determined to lose some weight. The six episode series, One Big Happy Family, will follow them on their journey of self-improvement with different episodes spotlighting different family members. Style network has already met a good response to their chronicle of Ruby, a 477-pound woman looking to lose weight.
Garcia's split from Elle was allegedly not on the best terms, so it's probably extra sweet for her that Running in Heels is a direct competitor to CW's Stylista; a reality competition show taking place at, you guessed it -- Elle magazine.
Style executive VP Salaam Coleman sums up The Dish's appeal, saying, "What's great about The Dish is that it takes a not-so-serious look at the often very serious world of fashion and finds the comedy in celebrity lifestyle." Well yes, that would be great--in theory.
The problem is, this is a type of show that is very difficult to do well. You need a strong group of writers and a charismatic host. While The Soup may be the toast of the town now, it kind of sucked when it first aired. While two of The Soup's executive producers are behind The Dish, I'm not sure if Danielle is going to quite have the "pop" that this show is going to need.
Actress Brittany Daniel, a personal friend of Gettinger's, will act as the show's consulting executive producer. She is also going to appear on the show occasionally. Style has ordered nine episodes of Ruby, a one-hour premiere and eight half-hour episodes. The reality series will air this fall.
Kimora Lee Simmons, wife of Russell Simmons and CEO of the Baby Phat clothing line, is getting her own reality series on the Style Network. The series, which has the working title Kimora, will premiere sometime this summer.
Kimora started out as a fashion model in her early teens, later married Russell Simmons, and in 2004 was co-host of Life and Style on UPN. She has also appeared in the films Rebound and Beauty Shop, and was a judge on America's Next Top Model.
The new series will follow Kimora through her daily routine of raising her family and running her business, and, as this press release states, will "open a lot of women's eyes to the possibilities life has to offer," especially if you happen to be a teenage model who catches the eye of a multi-millionaire almost two decades older than you. It's the kind of success story that can only be obtained through sheer tenacity and borderline pedophilia. It's almost Disneyesque, this modern fairy tale.
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