It seems that we have a love/hate relationship with reality shows -- we love to hate on them. However, networks keep pumping out the reality because we obviously love watching it, too -- MTV's "Jersey Shore" and "Teen Mom" draw huge ratings each week and made the cast bona fide stars.
Unfortunately, that insta-fame inflates the egos of reality stars and they believe they have the talents necessary to sing and act without so much as a lesson. Need proof of their cluelessness? Read on.
Original "Teen Mom" star Farrah Abraham is trying to break into everything from modeling to acting -- and she even got breast implants to pump up her chances of success. However, her latest Twitter comment takes the cake -- and she even managed to upset Demi Lovato fans in the process.
"In the v.o booth... i feel if demi Lavato [sic] can sing... why can't I... I've been through way more then just vomiting [sic] after every meal," Abraham tweeted, referring to Lovato's trip to rehab for problems with bulimia and self-harm.
"It's apparent people have a hard time admitting to facts. I have nothing against Demi, im happy she is well. Get Real People," Sophia's mom added after people tweeted angry replies to her comments.
"Only because i care. If you have a eating disorder go to edpa.org. love, Farrah and I wish you the best on your health," she added.
Well, it looks like she might get her wish for more entertainment opportunities -- the reality star tweeted that she will appear in the new "Charlie's Angels" television reboot.
Look up the definition of inflated ego in the dictionary and what do you see? Most likely, a photo of Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino. The "Jersey Shore" star broke onto the scene during the first season of the show with his incessant ab-flashing and overly-confident catch phrases.
"This is The Situation right here," he said during one early episode of the show. "My abs are so ripped up it's -- we call it The Situation."
That wasn't all.
"You can hate on me all you want to, but what can you possibly say to somebody that looks like Rambo, pretty much, with his shirt off."
We've gotta give it to Sorrentino: he's earned millions from various "Jersey Shore" deals, but his recent antics at the Jersey Shore house shows he's getting too big for his britches (if that's even possible.)
Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt
Former "The Hills" stars Heidi Montage and Spencer Pratt devolved over the show's seasons from somewhat normal people to crazy caricatures with Pratt's increasingly alarming outbursts and Pratt's multiple plastic surgeries.
Just how much do Pratt and Montag thing of themselves?
"I have been the most religious person since I was 2 years old. I always felt this crazy connection to God. God knows the truth in all of [the Lauren Conrad sex tape rumors], and at the end of the day, that is the only thing that matters. Jesus was persecuted, and I'm going to get persecuted, ya know?" Montag said in a totally non-ironic way when talking about "The Hills" and former friend Lauren Conrad.
Pratt also added his skewed version of himself during their short appearance on "I'm a Celebrity -- Get Me Out of Here!" in 2009.
"We're the most famous people in the world."
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