If you’re a die hard VH1/Rock of Love
fan and you think you’ve seen it all, think again. Just when we all thought that there will be no more drama, no more Rock of Love
3, VH1 hits us up with yet another crazy reality series with a twist. The network recently announced that they’re bringing back the craziness of Charm School
, this time with a little Rock
vibe to it. In fact, the new show entitled Rock of Love Girls: Charm School
follows the previously released Flavor of Love Girls: Charm School
series. The show starred Mo’Nique as the headmistress to the 14 former Flavor of Love
contenders. Now, we have one very familiar face in the realm of reality TV to pick up the title of headmistress for Rock of Love Girls: Charm School
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Sharon Osbourne of the widely popular reality series following the rock family, MTV’s The Osbournes
will be the headmistress with the new season of Rock of Love Girls: Charm School
. There, 14 women from the Rock of Love
show will be trained to learn proper etiquette and social skills.
“Sharon Osbourne is undoubtedly one of the most successful women in the industry and truly an icon in the rock world. We knew she would immediately capture the imagination and attention of our cast and our audience," VH1 Programming Executive Jeff Olde said of the new headmistress, who's also been a judge on America's Got Talent
. “Not only is she a true master at the art of the business, but Sharon is a master at the art of being herself and we are thrilled to have her spearheading this show.”
The 14 Rock of Love
alums from the first and second season of the show will have to clean up their act and brush up on their social skills to be able to bag the prize of $100,000 at the end of the season, which debuts this fall.
As of now, there’s no official word yet of which Rock of Love
ladies will comprise the 14 contenders, but make sure to check back for updates!
-Valerie Anne del Castillo, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Reality TV World
, E! Online
(Photo courtesy of MTV)