Who is jess from rock of love dating
Since her time on the show, Oscar De La Hoya’s niece—yes, you read that right—has kept herself busy making club appearances and writing songs like “Pretty Messed Up” based on her experience on the show (visit her My Space page to check them out).
For three seasons, the reality "romance" contest played out in a land of rock 'n' roll, sex, and alcohol, where fake boobs are referred to by a contestant as the "best birthday present I got from my parents last year" and the runner-up is stuck with "Bret" tattooed on the back of her neck.
Where our belated reality Easter baskets are filled with punches to the head and drunken smack talk. - Natasha gives Kelsey the beatdown, Ashley is drunk off her ass, at least two former contestants who are not Ashley have gone into rehab, Constandina sticks a sparkly third eye on Bret's bandana, and Riki Rachtman totally needs to buy Mindy a copy of Don't Call That Man! - The girls write lyrics to a Bret Michaels song, and only one is clever enough to incorporate the word "skanks." Meanwhile, dull, catfights, dull, duller.
Riki Rachtman is once again our host, looking more than...
On the other hand, Taya, the too-good-to-be-true Penthouse model, told Bret she'd rather not spend the night with him at the end of her respective date. This all coming from a man who has spend the past three months (or 22 years, depending on how you look at it) talking about how much he loves sex with women, and strippers, and threesomes, and porn, and, you get the picture. Leading up to the series finale, my feminist hackles were raised during Rock of Love Bus because Bret (and the contestants on the show, and the producers, and VH1, etc.) encouraged women to use their sexuality to get attention and compete with one another.
The skimpier their outfits and the raunchier their behavior, the nearer the contestants came to winning Bret's ballad-singing affections.