Articles for I Love Money Season 2

I Love Money is back for yet another installment and this time, the stakes are even higher!  With new contestants from Rock of Love, I Love New York, Flavor of Love and Real Chance of Love, the series gives participants a shot at cold hard cash as they participate in outrageous challenges to test their determination to get rich.For the second season, the new cast will travel to Mexico where they will bear out their true heart‘s desire: money.  Each hour-long episode will include a challenge, inspired by some of the most famous and iconic moments from the "of Love" shows.  From battling with giant boxing gloves, to competing in a Big Boob Triathlon, the cutthroat competition is expected to shatter friendships, spark up love interests and sharpen contestants‘ backstabbing skills. Read more »
Ice was eliminated on the last episode of I Love Money 2, but not without the attendant drama. Before dropping the bomb on Ice, Saaphyri held the "Void" stamp above It‘s check as she approached him, asked, "Don‘t you love me?" continuing with, "How much?" when It said yes.  She then proceeded to eliminate Ice, who gave the rest of the contestants a hearty hug.In the VH1 blog, Ice lamented that since she had been such a loyal person on I Love Money 2, she didn‘t see the blindside coming. Read more »
I Love Money started off with 19 contestants, but now it all comes down to this.  Tonight on the VH1 reality show, the five remaining hopefuls from Rock of Love, I Love of New York, Flavor of Love, and Real Chance of Love will vie for $250,000 and the bragging rights of successfully slugging it out with the best of the best the VH1 reality show world can offer.  For the past 13 weeks, the contestants participated in such absurd games, from screaming contests to a bad breath-themed soccer match.Now down to the wire as the final contestants face off, the season finale of I Love Money 2 pits It, Myanmmee, Prancer, Saaphyri, and Tailor Made.  Host Craig Jackson is ready to void the last check in the no-holds-barred competition, set to determine which of the money chasers really want it the most. Read more »
After Myammee won the second season of VH1 reality show I Love Money last week, the notorious contestants sat down with each other for the reunion show last night, safe for a couple who reportedly had prior engagements. As posted on the VH1 blog, there was a cacophony of things to check out behind the scenes during the reunion show, including the returning contestants and their antics.  According to VH1, this year‘s affair was no doubt "lighter" compared to last season‘s reunion show. Read more »
As of 3pm (PST) today, Ryan Jenkins has gone from forgettable VH1 realityTV contestant to the prime suspect in the murder of his wife JasmineFiore. Though Jenkins had previously been categorized only as a personof interest, a warrant for his arrest has now been issued. Indocuments released by TMZ the former Megan Wants a Millionaire contestant was named as the sole suspect inFiore‘s death, which the papers believe occurred on or about August14th. Fiore‘s naked body was discovered naked and stuffed in a suitcasein Orange County last weekend. According to details announced today,Fiore‘s teeth and fingers had been removed before her body was dumped.There is a $10 million bail out on Jenkins and his wanted posterdescribes him as "armed and dangerous." Authorities believe he may bearmed with a handgun.  Read more »
Ah, the plot thickens. As we reported yesterday, Ryan Jenkins, acontestant on VH1‘s Megan Wants A Millionaire, is a suspectin the murder of his wife, Jasmine Fiore. But it would seem that Ryan‘sties to VH1 go beyond being a finalist in the now indefinitely postponed Megan Wants A Millionaire, he is also supposedly the winnerof the just finished filming I Love Money 3... a show that willcertainly now never see the light of day. If the accusations againstJenkins are as true as they seem, and VH1 is acting, anyway.According to TMZ, Ryan finished filming I Love Money 3 about amonth ago in Mexico, and he walked away with the $250,000 prize.Producers of the show are not returning calls for confirmation, which isno surprise, seeing that VH1 has completely scrubbed their site of anyevidence that connects them to Jenkins. Not only has the networkcanceled any future airings of Megan Wants a Millionaire, they‘ve alsoremoved all photos and links on their website to the show and made allpreviously aired videos unavailable on iTunes. Check out how MeganWants a Millionaire isn‘t even listed on the gigantic list of past and current VH1 shows on their site: Read more »