September 16, 2008
VH1’s Summer Celebreality Programming Comes to a Close With FOUR Deliciously Entertaining Season Finales
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Sept. 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- It's been a wild and adventurous summer for New York, Luke Campbell, Brooke Hogan, and Diddy. We've laughed with New York as she tried to do all things "Hollywood," which included finding out the "real meaning" behind the phrase "break a leg!" We've watched as Luke, the original bad boy of hip-hop, struggled between separating his business and family life. We've seen Brooke move into her first apartment and away from Hulk Hogan's watchful eye. And we've witnessed Diddy put his potential assistants through some serious tests.
This fall VH1 will say goodbye to some of the most colorful personalities on television with four season finales:
"New York Goes to Hollywood" - Monday, September 22 at 10:00 PM* In Hollywood, New York experiences a fork in the road. She is faced with an overwhelming decision in this season finale, and must choose whether to continue to be "New York: Reality Star" or "Tiffany Pollard: Actress."
"Luke's Parental Advisory" - Monday, September 22 at 10:30 PM* After cake shopping, bachelor and bachelorette parties, Luke Campbell is finally ready to walk down the aisle as a married man. But is this notorious bachelor willing to leave his booty-shaking ways for good?
"Brooke Knows Best" - Sunday, October 5 at 10:30 PM* In the final episode, Brooke visits a college with her roommate Ashley and is tempted by the hunky football players and exciting atmosphere of campus life. But will she be persuaded to leave her singing career behind and become a student?
"I Want to Work for Diddy" - Monday, October 6 at 9:00 PM* It will soon be down to the last remaining candidates and the pressure heats up as they must face their ultimate test - a final interview for Mr. Combs. Find out which assistant will get the chance to call this legend of Hip Hop "My Boss."
Tune in to VH1 to catch these four unforgettable finales! For more information on all these shows, please log onto VH1.com.
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* All times ET/PT Contacts: "New York Goes to Hollywood" Chris Delhomme Maura Wozniak 310-752-8635 212-846-7325 [email protected] [email protected] "Luke's Parental Advisory" Candice Ashton Toni Herron 310-752-8352 212-846-7528 [email protected] [email protected] Surayyah McCarthy Nyle Washington 212-846-8433 212-846-5576 [email protected] [email protected] "Brooke Knows Best" Scott Acord Toni Herron 310-752-8075 212-846-7528 [email protected] [email protected] "I Want to Work for Diddy" Nicole Frand Luis Defrank 310-752-8316 212-846-7012 [email protected] [email protected] Surayyah McCarthy 212-846-8433 [email protected]
CONTACT: "New York Goes to Hollywood": Chris Delhomme, +1-310-752-8635,[email protected], or Maura Wozniak, +1-212-846-7325,[email protected]; "Luke's Parental Advisory": Candice Ashton,+1-310-752-8352, [email protected], or Toni Herron, [email protected], or Surayyah McCarthy, +1-212-846-8433,[email protected], or Nyle Washington, +1-212-846-5576,[email protected]; "Brooke Knows Best": Scott Acord,+1-310-752-8075, [email protected], or Toni Herron, +1-212-846-7528,[email protected]; "I Want to Work for Diddy": Nicole Frand,+1-310-752-8316, [email protected], or Luis Defrank, +1-212-846-7012,[email protected], or Surayyah McCarthy, +1-212-846-8433,[email protected]
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