'Megan Wants a Millionaire' will get another show
If you think Megan Hauserman is going to go away just because her VH1 reality show Megan Wants a Millionaire was cancelled, you're sorely mistaken. Why should she be cheated just because contestant Ryan Jenkins murdered his wife Jasmine Fiore, chopped off her fingers, pulled out her teeth, stuffed her in a suitcase and drove to Canada to commit suicide?
RadarOnline says Hauserman is getting a replacement reality show: “VH1 is giving Megan her own reality show,” a source says. When Millionaire was shelved “they promised Megan her own show ... that’s how they bought her silence.”
We're a little confused, since she already had a show focused on her, in which she was going to be the trophy wife for some unlucky bum looking for a desperate fame-seeker. It won't be another dating show, but also won't be scripted, as Megan had asked. We can only hope Sharon Osbourne will return to slap her in the face like she did when Megan was on Charm School.