Dancing with the Stars: Holly Madison Gets Her Own Show
Dancing with the Stars: Holly Madison Gets Her Own Show
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
After spending five years in the Playboy mansion as Hugh Hefner’s number girlfriend and after flaunting her stuff on the dance floor of Dancing with the Stars, you’d think that Holly Madison has already had enough of the reality arena.  But the 29-year-old starlet isn’t ready to say goodbye to the cameras just yet because now she’s working on her very own TV program.


"I’m developing my own reality show that I’m producing too, it’s going to be about me and my friends here in Vegas," Madison revealed.

As of this moment, there are no other details available regarding Madison's new series so fans will just have to stay tuned to find out. Meanwhile, the former Dancing with the Stars contestant is reminiscing about her stint on The Girls Next Door.

When asked what she’ll miss most about the Playboy mansion, Madison talked about a love affair of a different kind.

"The zoo, the mansion has a fantastic zoo with birds and monkeys -- I used to work in the zoo a lot and was really close to the zoo staff," she said. "I fancied myself as an amateur zoologist."

Although Madison returned to the reality TV circuit once again, there are some things that she won’t be returning to, including her nude modeling days.

"I’m never getting naked again," she vowed. "I’m over it. I’ve done it so many times. It is time to switch it up."

This marks Madison’s first starring role since leaving The Girls Next Door and Dancing with the Stars.  And just like Madison, her former Girls Next Door co-stars, Kendra Wilkinson and Bridget Marquardt, have also landed their own shows.  Wilkinson will be starring on the spin-off Kendra, which will focus on Wilkinson's life after leaving the Playboy Mansion and getting engaged to Philadelphia Eagles receiver Hank Baskett, and Bridget's Sexiest Beaches, a TV series on Travel Channel which debuted March 12.



-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: FOXnews.com
(Image courtesy of ABC)


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