Can't mess with facts.
I don't watch a lot of reality TV, unless I have an urge to shut my brain off for thirty minutes or dumbass curiosity gets the best of me (yet again), but this is something I realized years ago.
The 'stars' on reality shows tend to fare well in their lives as a general rule. They get the exposure, become famous for no apparent reason, and suddenly they're a hot topic and every major market wants a piece of 'em.
That is, except for the married ones. They just get divorces. Huzzah!
It seems inevitable; can't avoid it. Every married reality show couple that I can think of (and I'm no expert, so forgive me if I'm unusually incorrect) has broken up after trying to depict a perfect relationship for their far-too-invested viewers.
What's that, you ask? You need examples?
Well, tra la la... I got 'em.
Nick What's-His-Boyband-Face and Jessica Simpson : Divorce
|98 Degrees of Separation|
Travis Barker and his blonde-wife-thing : Divorce
|She threw a 'divorce party' with his money, and now hosts Bridalplasty. Classy chick.|
Hulk Hogan and Mrs. Hulk Hogan : Divorce
|It's over, brother. For all times.|
Carmen Electra and Dave Navarro : Divorce
|Never steal your dude's eyeliner, or you're askin' for divorce papers.|
Britney Spears and Kevin Federline : Divorce
|Can I just say that whoever allowed these two to procreate should be shot? Come on now..|
Jon & Kate Something-Or-Other : Divorce
|Jon & Kate Plus 8 divorce lawyers. They both creep me out.|
So, y'see boys & girls.... it's simple.
If you find someone you love and decide to settle down and marry them, it might be a good idea to not have a film crew living in your bedroom and ruining your lives and coupledom. Crazy, I know. But reality TV facts surely don't lie. And this is why Gene Simmons still has his chick and his TV show.