'Real Housewives' Alum Appears in New Web Series
Jo De La Rosa left Bravo's The Real Housewives of Orange County in order to pursue her singing career in Los Angeles, but it seems she's been able to do lot more than churn out some original tunes.

Apparently, the aspiring singer, who was the youngest among the women during the first and second seasons of The Real Housewives of Orange County, also managed to land a bit part in a new web comedy series called Squeegees.  The show, which premiered on February 28 on abc.com and YouTube, follows four window washers as they try to “make it in the rough and tumble world of high-rise window washing!”  It stars Marc Gilbar as Gil, Brendan Countee as BC, Adam Countee as Adam and Aaron Greenberg as Ronny.

Fans of Jo De La Rosa, however, should not get overly excited about her appearance on the show, as she only appears at the beginning of the pilot episode, which is still available online.  De La Rosa portrays a woman who gets hot and heavy with a co-worker (or boss, it's not really clear), inside their office.  She expresses reluctance at first, but is reassured by her lover.  Before anything else happens, however, the two are discovered by the window washers, who humorously urge them to continue what they are doing.

All this happens in the first 20 or so seconds of the nearly four-minute premiere installment.  Jo De La Rosa doesn't reappear again in the episode, nor on any of the subsequent ones.  It's not clear if she'll be guest-starring in the web series again.

What is certain at this time is that De La Rosa is still hard at work on her debut album, to be released by Immergent Records.  De la Rosa, who is managed by her ex-fiance and former Real Housewives of Orange County costar Slade Smiley, has made her finished singles available for listening through her official MySpace website.  Titles include "U Can't Control Me," "Letting Go" and "Look But Don't Touch."  According to Immergent, her debut album will be released on July 24.

-Lisa Claustro, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: ABC.com, Immergent Records
(Image Courtesy of Bravo)