3 Housewives, 2 Mob Wives, and Deena from Jersey Shore will all hit the runway this week
Scary but true!
Have you ever thought, "Gee, those runway models are poised and beautiful and graceful and all, but I'd love to see what would happen how a woman famous for eating pavement after 22 cocktails (on camera!) would look in her place..."? If so, you're in luck, because that's exactly what we're getting this season in the form of an all-reality-stars show at New York Fashion Week.
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The cool news: "The Reality of Fashion, The Reality of AIDS" will raise money for people effected by HIV/AIDS--and the public can purchase tickets! The slightly more "whaaaa?" aspect of the show: The "model" roster consists of headliner Deena Cortese from Jersey Shore, Michelle Money from The Bachelor, Janice Dickinson of ANTM fame, and 21 other "Isn't she that crazy b!%*h who threw a milkshake on that other crazy b!%*h?" personalities from your favorite reality TV shows. Here's the full list of who's appearing:
Deena Cortese- The Jersey Shore
Janice Dickinson - Americas Next Top Model
Ramona Rizzo -Mob Wives
Drita D’Avanzo- Mob Wives
Malaysia Pargo - Basketball Wives L.A.
Lil Kim -Dancing With the Stars
Courtney Robertson - The Bachelor
Tracy DiMarco- Jerseylicious
Carissa Rosario- ABC’s “The Big Time”
Elizabeth Vashisht - Tough Love New Orleans
Leslie Birkland- Big Rich Texas
Alex McCord -The Real Housewives of New York
Brittany Brower - Americas Next Top Model
Nikki Rae Walker -Big Rich Texas
Briella Calafiore - Glam Fairy
Jessica Romano - Glam Fairy
Tiffany ”New York” Pollard -I Love New York
Michelle Money -The Bachelor
Ramona Singer - The Real Housewives of New York
Keenyah Hill - Americas Next Top Model
Sheree Whitfield- The Real Housewives of Atlanta
Leslie Birkland - Big Rich Texas
Karlie Redd - Love and Hip Hop Atlanta
Rachel Truehart - The Bachelor
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If this list has you more excited than a full DVR on free Sunday morning, click over to Reality on the Runway to purchase tickets! Bing: New York Fashion Week 2013
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Hey, where's Honey Boo Boo. She deserves to be on this list just as much as the rest of these "stars"
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