Donald Trump, a co-owner of “Miss USA”, “Miss Universe” and “Miss Teen USA” pageants, has come up with a new reality TV show which will take us into the daily lives of the women who currently hold these titles.
The premise is fairly straightforward. Three beautiful beauty queens live together in a Midtown Manhattan high-rise apartment. The 8 part series will show the winners going about their pageant obligations.
The reality show will allow the audience to glimpse the cat fights, jealousy, anger and hostility that is sure to occur when you put beautiful and ambitious women in the same living space for an extended period of time.
The cameras will follow Katie Blair, Miss Teen USA 2006, and her successor, Hilary Cruz; Riyo Mori, this years Miss Universe; and Rachel Smith, the current Miss USA as they do photo shoots, and perform their other pageant obligations.
Donald Trump, no stranger to the camera, will pop in at intervals as will Tara Connor, Miss USA 2006. Connor made news near the end of her reign when she nearly lost her crown for allegations of drug and alcohol use. She entered rehab and got a second chance from The Donald.
Trump said he brought Connor on board because she is popular with the public and because celebrities talk openly about their problems with addiction. She will give the women tips on makeup and navigating the media - her areas of expertise.