After 3 seasons, Flavor Flav chose to not marry or date any of the winners from any of the three seasons. Instead, it was revealed that he would marry Liz, the mother of his seventh child, Karma, on the Season 3 reunion show. The show was a ratings success for VH1. The Flavor of Love 2 finale was the second highest-rated non-sports basic cable show of
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Why you couldn't stop watching : The fighting, the sexual innuendo, the fact that Bret always wore a bandana. God, it was amazing. Why you couldn't stop watching : It was all of your favorite personalities from your most watched reality television shows being taught class by Sharon Osbourne. I mean, what else could you ever need in a show? Why you couldn't stop watching : It was basically like Hogan Knows Best but Why you couldn't stop watching: Because, like many reality shows on VH1 in the '00s, this brought the drama. Why you couldn't stop watching: It was basically a show about every guy you have ever dated, but they were trying to change.
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The premise: An RV full of daters went one by one on dates with a stranger who could at any time call "next" to get a new person to date. For every minute the date lasted, the dater earned a dollar, which they got to keep if they got "nexted. Why it was so wild: The daters' personal facts were iconic , and the premise was essentially Tinder with a financial-incentive twist.
Launched on January 1, in the old space of Turner Broadcasting 's short-lived Cable Music Channel , the original purpose of the channel was to build on the success of MTV by playing music videos , but targeting a slightly older demographic than its sister channel, focusing on the lighter, softer side of popular music. While VH1 still occasionally plays music videos and the Top 20 Video Countdown , its more recent claim to fame has been in the area of music-related reality programming, such as Behind the Music , the I Love the Also frequently featured in the network's early years were "videos" for Motown and other s oldies consisting of newsreel and concert footage.