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Tila Tequila falls out of “Love”

August 7, 2008

tequila.jpgIs there trouble in paradise at Tila Tequila’s house on MTV? 

The provocative 26-year-old reality television star told celebrity magazine In Touch Weekly she wants out of a third season of “A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila.”

“MTV asked me to do another season, but I don’t want to do that right now,” Tequila said in an interview posted on the magazine’s website on Wednesday.
    
Tequila said she wants to move on from the popular show to pursue other interests.

The program centers on bisexual Tequila and a motley crew of male and female contestants who compete for the affection of the Asian-American calendar girl. tequila2.jpgEventually, Tequila chooses a lover. 
    
In last season’s final episode, Tequila picked Kristy Morgan — a former Playboy model — as the season winner, only to have Morgan reject Tequila’s romantic advance. 

A source at MTV said plans for a third “Shot at Love” are still up in the air.  “It hasn’t been determined yet,” the source said.

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Posted by Ahshan Khan | Report as abusive
 

Somebody at MTV must be able to come up with a better plot than having a motley crew of male and female contestants competing for the affection of the Asian-American calendar girl.

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I think MTV or any one shouldent be bothering Tila at all I’m sure these shot at love shows have afected her in her personal live like the end of the second season when she was rejected that I would say would hurt. Tila shouldent be preshured into any thing leave her alone and let her do what she wants to do,let her be happy.

Posted by Andrew | Report as abusive
 

is a good program i like this girl

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