Pull out your royal wedding betting books and get ready to update your odds, because Meghan Markle is on the cover of this month’s Vanity Fair.
Remember I Wanna Marry Harry? Yes, last summer was a long time ago, so let’s refresh: it was a quickly cancelled reality television show on FOX in which American woman were flown to England and then told they were competing to date Prince Harry. How exactly were they fooled? The answer will not shock you, but it will…
FOX is pulling prank-dating show I Wanna Marry Harry from its lineup, effective immediately.
We're regrettably, deliciously neck deep in another reality competition show that aims to finally, decisively prove to audiences that ladies be stupid gold diggers. But the extent of their gold-digging stupidity was, like most things on reality TV, overexaggerated for dramatic effect.
Last night Fox premiered summer reality show I Wanna Marry Harry, in which twelve American women are flown to a castle in the UK to vie for the attention of a Prince Harry lookalike. The show could also be called OMG, Cringe.
FOX, the brilliant network that's bringing you this summer's surefire hit show about a group of women duped into believing they have been chosen as the possible true love of Prince Harry, has dropped the first promo for I Wanna Marry Harry. There's still not much detail available about how exactly the production…
There's so much about this news that doesn't make sense but here you go: Fox will soon be airing the reality TV show I Wanna Marry "Harry", which stars 12 ordinary American women who thought that they actually had a chance of being in a consensual relationship with Prince Henry of Wales.