Tila Tequila Inflicts Pain on 'A Shot at Love'
Tila Tequila Inflicts Pain on 'A Shot at Love'
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Previously on A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila, the contestants were forced to fight in a wrestling match.  The winning team got a group date with Tila Tequila, while the losing team ended up mopping the floor.  During elimination, it got down to Glitter, George and Scotty.  In the end, Glitter was sent home despite having won a date with Tila because Tila became fearful that she was too emotional for her.  Additionally, Scotty was eliminated because Tila didn't think they would cross that friendship line, giving George another shot at love.

In the next episode of A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila, Tila asks the six remaining contestants how far they are willing to go to prove their love.

Every week, Tila imposes some wacky challenge that usually put the contestants into mostly awkward situations.  But in the seventh episode of A Shot at Love, the contestants will have to literally endure pain.  Fans can expect some body piercing and some body inking to ensue in the most physically challenging episode yet of this MTV reality series.  On top of that, there's also a scene where contestants walk through broken glass and struggle with the consumption of a smelly and garbage-like beverage.

So far, Lisa, who was given a key before the elimination ceremony in the previous episode, Jay, Bo, Kristy, Brittany, and George are still in the running.  Find out who will be eliminated next on A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila every Tuesday at 10pm ET/PT on MTV.

Currently on its second season, A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila is a bisexually-themed reality dating series similar to The Bachelor.  This season initially followed 15 straight males and 15 lesbian female contestants as they live together in Tila's house and compete for her attention and affection.


-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist

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