Celebrities Who Should Have Their Own VH1 Dating Shows
Here's some celebrities who would be perfect for their own VH1 reality dating show:
Since Diff'rent Strokes, Gary Coleman's acting career has been almost non-existent. He's been in court more than he's been on screen. A dating show on VH1 would certainly jump start his career. Gary is still legally married. He and his wife appeared in an episode of "Divorce Court" a couple of years ago to save their marriage. If VH1 offered him a lot of money to star in his own reality dating show, there's no way Gary would refuse. This would solve his legal and financial troubles. The show would feature female contestants (twice Gary's height) competing for his love and a chance to give him a piggyback ride like he's a 10-year-old kid. If one of the contestants asks him to say, "What 'chu talkin' 'bout Willis?", Coleman will punch her in the face and have her eliminated from the competition. Of course the women would treat Coleman like he's a toddler. But Gary wouldn't mind because he gets to have sex with all of them at the end of the day. The title of the show could be called "A Short Stroke With Gary Coleman."
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