We don't want this to come off derogatory... but this is pretty gay.

Introducing MTV's newest reality show, "Bromance":

The network has committed to six episodes of "Bromance"... The show, from Ryan Seacrest's production company, will feature a group of "regular guys" who come to Hollywood and compete in a series of challenges from skydiving to dealing with the paparazzi -- in the hopes of ultimately being chosen by Jenner to become part of his entourage.

Along the way, contestants will be whittled down via "Hot Tub Elimination Ceremonies" after which rejected "bros" will be asked to leave the bachelor pad dripping wet in a swimsuit, luggage in hand. Bringing to mind various dating reality shows, contestants also will have shots at a "group date" and "alone time" with Jenner in every episode.

From Ryan Seacrest's production company? Well that explains it.

But how does MTV sign off on this crap? People tune in to these reality shows to watch contestants A) act like whores and B) get wasted and do something really stupid.

A bunch of dudes sitting around in a hot tub trying to get in Brody Jenner's trunks? Not so much.

The only way this show can be redeemed is if BJ walks out to meet the cast for the first time and goes: "You guys signed up for a show called "Bromance"? Seriously broseidons, come out of the closet already. Now get the f*ck off my property."


Forest said...

It's funny - when I was working for a production company in LA, I came across a movie script called 'Bromance'.

In the first four pages, the captain of the basketball team convinces a cheerleader to have anal sex with him in a locker room ... at halftime ... and then the rest of the team walks in ... including the cheerleader's boyfriend.

I'm not sure if this is the superior 'Bromance'.

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