Star Loretta Devine couldn’t believe an upcoming episode — in which several characters drop the racial slur — would ever make it to air. When I see it on the television, I will believe it.” But the show’s creator, stand-up comic Jerrod Carmichael, believed the slur would — and should — air uncensored. “I have just never heard the N-word used on TV before,” she told Fox News.
After the episode aired, Jessie started receiving texts and messages from friends and family who let her know her vagina was on TV and not to let it get all Hollywood on her.
But, first, a brief aside about how she used to work with a convicted pedophile which is literally what the She added that the show cost her a “budding relationship” with a man she had been seeing for a month. I would have hoped we could have had a long-term relationship.
See more » If you are going to blur all the nudity, may as well call it Dating Blurred Naked! Not sure why Americans, meaning USA, are so ashamed of the body, apart from another Religion who have their women covered up, they would have to be the most prudish on Earth!
We can have blood, shooting, murder, stabbing, drugs... Not there are no other US productions of movies which show a lot more or actual sexual positions, and those movies are distributed, but in this show it's mostly shown as "innocent" nudity.
The kind of nudity young kids were used to before they were told the body is taboo, must be covered, sex is a sin...
I didn't really watched the whole 2 shows I bothered with, just zipped thru, but the producers may get a bigger audience, more voyeurs if they didn't blur it all.
Jessie Nizewitz, 28, says she was repeatedly promised by the producers that her private parts would be “blurred out” during the show’s third episode in May. The Long Island beauty has worked with famed fashion designer and convicted pedophile Anand Jon, who counted a who’s who of Hollywood stars as his friends, including Paris Hilton and Jessica Alba.
So she stripped down to her birthday suit with wet beach sand covering parts of her body and performed a WWE-style wrestling move on her date while the producers egged her on, according to the million suit filed in Manhattan by her high- powered lawyer, Matthew Blit. I was horrified,” Nizewitz told The Post, explaining that she was brought to tears. “One of the messages read, ‘So your money shot is on cable TV.’” Even the runway model’s family caught an eyeful. I saw her this week and she didn’t have much to say to me. Nizewitz’s suit names Viacom, which operates VH1, and two production companies, Firelight Entertainment and Lighthearted Entertainment.
The singletons in search of their soulmate then spend 30 minutes together facing a supersized screen which will pose probing questions such as 'have you ever had your heart broken? 'Ruby, who has never had a serious relationship, said she thought the format would be a good way to get to know someone as she admits: 'I don't like talking to someone much on a first date.