"This is New York, I thought there was more money than that," Slade said to the crowd.Upon re-bid, he ended up selling for a measly
"This is New York, I thought there was more money than that," Slade said to the crowd.Upon re-bid, he ended up selling for a measly $1,200.
"This is New York, I thought there was more money than that," Slade said to the crowd.
Upon re-bid, he ended up selling for a measly $1,200.
Meanwhile, Jo and Slade may still have feelings for one another. “No one knows Jo better than me, which means that no one probably has more influence over her,” Smiley said in a statement issued by Bravo.
“It’s weird having your ex help you out dating, and quite frankly, I’m a little scared. “Date My Ex” will also follow De La Rosa’s singing career.
Their storyline on the show told the story that Slade wanted Jo to settle down and be a wife and mother, but that Jo had big dreams.
After they broke up they remained in a business partnership of sorts with Slade managing her music career and the two of them appearing on a strange Bravo dating show called , and that she wanted things to work out for them up until he started seeing Gretchen.
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Now they're back in business, running their own show, which is so artificial and calculated it may be its very own genre -- a reality show that dispenses with the reality part.Well, they’re back on Bravo in a new reality TV series. A sneak peek called “Jo and Slade: The Break Up” will air at 10 p.m. The preview special will recap the complicated relationship and history between De La Rosa, a longtime Orange County resident, and Smiley, a former resident of Coto de Caza.But this time, they’re both single, and courting Jo has become a competition. Both now live in Los Angeles, and they’re still close friends.Seriously, this scene alone should be preserved in a time capsule.With their blown-straight hair, Cleopatra eyes and lip gloss so thick you can't help wiping your own mouth occasionally while watching, these gals are the poster children for reality chic. A., anything is possible," Jo intones, widening her eyes to denote seriousness as we imagine some poorly paid screenwriter wringing his hands -- how ever did it come to this?