Dani Mathers, Britt McHenry To Get Reality Show On “Bravo”

Dani Mathers and Britt McHenry

Dani Mathers and Britt McHenry team up to tell men and women what’s wrong with them, visually. Coming soon to Bravo, the network that used to show operas.

New York—You can’t keep a Playmate of the Year down for long. Just weeks after being forced to delete all of her social media accounts after posting a photo of an older, unattractive woman taken without the woman’s consent inside her gym locker room, Dani Mathers has been given her own reality show alongside ESPN sideline reporter Britt McHenry. The two women will host a show called, “Shame to Fame” where they will “use their unique and undeniable talents to turn uggos, fatsos and terribly unattractive human beings into good looking men and women.”

“It can not be argued that both of these beautiful, talented women with their pull-no-punches, take-no-prisoner attitudes have a knack for focusing in on basic flaws of other people, women especially,” a spokesperson for Bravo said. “And we thought they could use their skill in delivering constructive criticism to all the poor schlubs out there who need a good dose of reality so they don’t waste their time thinking they fit into a good-looking society.”

The show will begin filming next month, with a tentative launch date set for mid-December.

“Just imagine sitting down with the family at Christmas to watch a wholesome helping of reality where these ladies spew their thoughts on how ugly the people they encounter are,” a Bravo statement read. “We just hope we don’t have to blur out everybody we put on the show. You never know.”

“Britt and I are just really, really excited to help out the poor people out there who don’t know how hideous they are,” Mathers said on both her Twitter and Instagram accounts. “We are assuming that the losers we’ll be helping really appreciate what we are doing for them, unlike the a-holes (sic) at my gym.”

McHenry echoed her future co-host’s sentiment, posting on her Facebook page, “We’re on TV, huney (sic). We know what it takes and who has what it tkes (sic) to make it in the business. We’re natural choices to be in this show. We can’t wait!”

Source: Britt McHenry In Talks To Be Spokesperson For F&R Auto Sales

Britt McHenry for F&R Auto

Britt McHenry for F&R Auto.

Washington, D.C.—A source with intimate knowledge of the ongoing conversations between suspended ESPN sideline reporter Britt McHenry and embattled Massachusetts car dealership F&R Auto Sales said yesterday that the two parties are very close to a deal that would make McHenry the face of the dealership.

Seeking to capitalize on the fame that began growing in January after video surfaced of their employees berating and humiliating a pizza delivery man over a tip after he delivered a pizza to their employees, F&R is apparently looking to add McHenry to their payroll since she has gained national notoriety after video came out earlier this month showing her verbally abusing a tow lot attendant after her car was towed from a closed Chinese restaurant in Arlington, Va.

“The gang (at F&R) really admire her wicked moxie and think she’d fit right in,” the source said. “And it’s really a bit of, what do you call it, serendipity, serendipitous, that she got caught blasting the girl at a tow yard. Right? ‘Cuz F&R sells cars. And her car got towed.”

McHenry was suspended by her employer, Disney-owned ESPN, for a week after it became clear to the viewing public and people who had never heard of her that she was a very unpleasant person. She later gave a very Brian-Williams-like half apology on social media saying some nonsense about her being under stress and failing to take the high road.

An employee at F&R, who spoke to The Daily Quarterly but asked not to be named, said, “We ain’t all got college degrees like that McHenry chick. But most of us got all our teeth. And she’s on the TV. She’s a wicked big deal, and would really bring a touch of class to our car lot. She’d really like it up here. And we have pizza parties all the time.” Continue reading