MySpace star, Tila Tequila, will be launching a bisexual dating show she hopes will air on MTV. The young starlet has over two million friends on the social networking site and decided to use that fan base to boost her fame even further with the reality show.
"There is a catch.....the show will be about me finding love as a BISEXUAL!!!!! THAT IS CRAZY RIGHT?" Tila Nguyen, 25, wrote on her site. The American model/entertainer/singer has appeared in men's magazines like Stuff and Maxim, but has also landed her mug in Time magazine. According to Wikipedia, Nguyen is "the most popular person on MySpace as of April 2006."
The reality show won't be her TV debut-- she hosted the Fuse TV Pants-Off Dance-off. The Singapore-born beauty was raised in Houston, Texas but now lives in West Hollywood. She's had quite the past though, experimenting with drugs and gang life in her teens. She's an interesting one for sure, and that's reflected in her website, Tila's Hot Spot, which promotes "her current career, business ventures, personal information, and a premium membership section including videos, non-nude pictures galleries, blogs, and chat sessions," according to Wikipedia.
"During 2005 Nguyen launched Tilafashion.com, a site featuring her custom line of fashion clothes for men and women originally using the slogan, 'So hot you'll just want to take it all off!' In 2006 Tila created a website entitled 'Tila Zone' which features content to use on Myspace and other social networking websites including layouts, widgets, and clipart."
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