The lives of Holly Madison, Bridget Marquardt, and Kendra Wilkinson have significantly changed ever since they moved into the Playboy mansion and became Hugh Hefner’s girlfriends. For the past few years, they have experienced the lavish perks of the extravagant manor, enjoyed wild adventures and kinky parties, as they rocket into stardom on their reality series The Girls Next Door. But as much as they want to all live happily ever after together, they must also face the inevitable changes that are bound to happen some time in the future.
No one really knows what lies ahead for these girls but part of the direction they are heading is considerably anchored in the fate of The Girls Next Door. The E! series that focuses on the lives of the girls and the various events inside the Playboy mansion has been a successful launch for the network and continues to be a hit in the ratings with its current fourth season. However, speculations of the program’s looming ending have started to surface when the girls hinted on their individual plans after its fifth season run.
“We’re currently negotiating for season five right now, which they want to start filming in March. After that, I’m kind of ready to go do some spin-offs or something. I kind of want to host a show, maybe like a makeover-style show, like Playboy makeovers,” Marquardt told OK! magazine.
As for the rest of the beauties, Madison wants to do a spin-off about the Playboy studio where she works, while Wilkinson want to open her own gym.
Relationship adjustments are also in the cards for these girls if and when Hefner sets a date to marry his number girlfriend Madison. While Wilkinson certainly approves of Hefner and Madison’s relationship and the possibility of their marriage, she’s a little bit puzzled on Hefner and the girls’ current setup.
“We all love Hef and everything, but we realize that things are starting to become more Hef and Holly. I’ll be honest…it’s kind of confusing to me how it’s becoming more of Holly and Hef. We’re still here, we’re still still part of Playboy and Girls Next Door. But in a way I don’t get it right now. I’m kind of confused with the way things are right now, and where we stand,” Wilkinson revealed to OK! magazine.
-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: OK! magazine
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