's life is an open book. Tagged as "the Madonna of MySpace" by Time
magazine after branching out to nearly 2 million friends on the social networking site where she divulged her most intimate thoughts and pictures of herself in provocative poses, this 26-year-old model continues to broaden her exposure with her controversial bisexual-themed series, A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila
, where she aims to find her ideal match by testing the shallow waters of the reality dating scene (and making out with men and women).
Having said that, it's hard to imagine that there could be anything that pop culture enthusiasts don't already know about this reality TV starlet. However, Tila Tequila says there's still more to reveal about herself and she plans to drop all those details in a book, which will be released in the fall.
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"My fans write me every day with questions so I figured instead of responding and sitting there taking hours, I'll just put all the answers in a book from all their questions," Tila Tequila, whose real name is Tila Nguyen, said in an interview at MTV Canada headquarters.
Known for her appearances in Stuff, Maxim, Time
, and Penthouse
, Tila Tequila intends to start writing her book when she gets back at home in Hollywood later this month. In anticipation of her tell-all, fans of her reality dating show will likely expect to find some clarification over what really happened with Bobby Banhart
, whom Tila Tequila chose as the winner of the first season of A Shot at Love
While Tila Tequila plans to spill as many beans as she can, she doesn't feel that she has to answer to anyone.
"A lot of people, they get signed to a big company or whatever and they have lots of people working around them to create an image and telling them what to say, how to sound, and I don't do that," the Shot at Love
star said. "Like, this is all me. Nobody tells me what to do and I do what I like and if people don't like it, then too bad."
-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: MTV Canada, The Canadian Press
(Image courtesy of MTV)