And that’s exactly what this show did — hated on women by basically being like “haahaa you’ll never find a man and even when you do he’ll probably be gay haahaa.” Clearly we never missed an episode. It was a nice idea, and the series, produced by Eva Longoria and hosted by Guiliana and Bill Rancic, had a big push behind it from NBC. Ratings were dismal, and NBC only aired the show for three-weeks in April 2013 (subsequent episodes were streamed online). — were looking for love, as most dating show contestants are. And while Bret wasn’t as good of a leading man as Flavor Flav, he was a close second. The way he pronounced the word “diabetes” (die-a-bee-tis). The show aired as a single, two-hour broadcast in which 50 women (one from each state) competed in some effed-up beauty pageant to be Rockwell’s bride. spinoff was everything we wanted and more from Tiffany Pollard’s search for a soul mate. They all found love, if you stuck it out until the end. Real chose a woman named CORN FED, and Chance didn’t even bother picking anyone because he knew no one would ever top that. And unlike Flav, you actually could see yourself hooking up with Bret Michaels! It was , one of the more brilliant shows you’ll find on this list. "They find popular items that are selling and will [size] it up to accommodate plus women, as opposed to investing and creating a shopping destination for them," Snell said.But, as Sullivan points out, "every curvy women is not shaped the same" and won't all fit into the sized-up items that are meant for straight-sized women., a new CENTRIC series premiering Saturday, April 30, viewers follow Snell as he faces this crappy reality head-on while dressing curvy celebs, including Queen Latifah, as well as everyday women.While celebrity stylists like Rachel Zoe have had television shows before, this is the first one of its kind to specifically highlight plus-size women."The question that I always get is, why don't they make that in my size," Snell said in a phone interview.
“This is going to be the ‘Sex & the City’ from big girls’ perspectives.” So if you’re a curvy girl who’s ambitious, confident, and often times the baddest chick in the room, VH1 is looking for you. Instead, they threw in a bunch of heterosexual men in there too. One contestant was physically chained to four suitors for DAYS and had to choose a winner at the end of it all. And it would have been more of a big deal if Bravo had actually cast the show with all gay men.Plus-size women want to be seen as people who love fashion and who have the money to purchase fashion." again about the "atrocious prints on plus-size garments that would never be in straight size." If an item isn't horrendously printed, there's a good chance that it's in a neutral shade.Just last week, about how quick designers are to put women in a black or navy dress.