It’s been awhile since Tiffany “New York” Pollard and George “Tailor Made” Weisberger got engaged during the reunion special of I Love New York, season 2, but time has not dampened the couple’s romance, apparently.
People magazine is reporting that the couple was recently spotted making out at the preview party for the new Manhattan lounge, Suzie Wong.
“They were all over each other,” a source told People, which also claims that the reality TV couple boarded a jet to Las Vegas the following day. There, Pollard hosted an event at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino’s new Prive nightclub. She and Weisberger returned to New York City the next day.
Tiffany Pollard had to go through two seasons of I Love New York in order to find her supposed soul mate. At the end of the first search for love, she chose Tango, only to have him reject her during season 1’s reunion show.
Clearly, the second season of I Love New York proved more successful for Pollard, although, like all relationships, her and Weisberger’s coupling hasn’t been without hitches.
The biggest obstacle that has stood in the couple’s way is Weisberger’s ongoing divorce. Last month, Pollard said that “there’s some kinks and knots in the divorce” and added that her fiance’s wife is “slow” in signing off all the necessary legal documents.
“I cursed him out so many times for it. I have cursed out his lawyers over it,” Tiffany Pollard said, referring to Weisberger’s divorce drama. “I’m like, ‘Don’t involve me in this. I have my own issues. Don’t put the lawyers on the phone with me to talk about the progress. I just want to hear when it’s over.’ “
She also said that that although she believes Weisberger is the man for her, she’s not willing to wait for him for a long period of time.
“I can’t wait years for him [to get a divorce],” she said. “I can wait, maybe, three or four months since he’s such a good guy.”
Should things not work out between the two, a third season of I Love New York is no longer an option for Pollard, as she insists she won’t look for love on-air again.
-Lisa Claustro, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: People, Tampa Eagle Tribune
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