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"Robert Galinsky's Reality Wanted" Wed. July 14th features Chad Ochocinco of VH1's "The Ultimate Catch", Danielle Staub of "Real Housewives of New Jersey", the sister stars of TLC's "DC Cupcakes", "Biggest Loser" casting and a live audition for the new show "Fairy Job Mother!" on ChatAboutIt.com on CBS Digital, 6-8pm EST

Posted on 07/13/2010 by RealityWanted in Radio

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RealityWanted.com and the New York Reality TV School have joined forces to produce “RobertGalinsky’s RealityWanted”, an online radio show featuring all things reality TV. Hosted by the founder and "Principal" of the New York Reality TV School, this week's show will feature interviews with Chad Ochocinco of VH1's "The Ultimate Catch", Danielle Staub of the "Real Housewives of New Jersey", the sister stars of TLC's "DC Cupcakes", casting director of "Biggest Loser", Terence Noonan Emmy Winning Producer of the Dr. Oz Show (DC Cupakes as well) and live on air auditions for the new pilot "Fairly Job Mother" this Wednesday July 15th 6-8pm EST.

Cincinnati Bengals star wide receiver Chad Ochocinco (formerly Chad Johnson) is using his off-season to pursue happiness off the field in his new VH1 original series “Ochocinco: The Ultimate Catch.” The series is a mix of Ochocinco’s on-field charisma blended with the drama of the dating pool played out in a bracket-style dating tournament.  Danielle Staub of "Real Housewives" balances the everyday challenges of single motherhood with a busy career and remains upfront and honest, which mirrors her quote "You either love me or you hate me, there is no in between." Her memoirThe Naked Truth, will once and for all separate fact from fiction about her controversial past.

DC Cupcakes stars, Sophie LaMontagne and Katherine Kallinis risked their life savings and traded high power careers in fashion and finance to pursue their passion for baking and their lifelong dream of opening a bakery. Armed with their grandmother’s recipes and strong family support, the sisters opened Georgetown Cupcake on Valentine’s Day 2008. To their surprise, the shop became an overnight sensation and now sells more than 5,000 cupcakes a day. DC CUPCAKES shares the recipe to Sophie and Katherine’s sweet success, following their journey as they navigate the challenges and rewards of building a booming cupcake business. Each half-hour episode goes beyond the frosting to capture the behind-the-scenes drama in their fast paced, family-owned bakery.

Brandon Nickens, co-casting director of the "Biggest Loser" will tell us about next season's casting and also scold us for eating too many cupcakes and Jonathan Tanzman will finish the show with a live on-air audition, followed by coaching from Galinsky, for the show "Fairly Job Mother". Those in need of work, need apply! We also feature recurring segments from http://www.poptalkwebshow.com, "Not Here to Make Friends" http://notmakefriends.wordpress.com/ and hot RealityWanted.com casting calls with Maureen Francisco!

"Robert Galinsky's Reality Wanted" is a humorous, informative, opinionated and often outrageous online radio show that features conversation about the world of reality TV! With unparalleled access to reality TV industry insiders, veterans and stars, casting directors, fans and producers- “Reality TV guru” and ring master Robert Galinsky holds court with co-host and “tastemaker”Jess Zaino, west coast “Social Media Jockey” Mark Yawitz and surprise guests from such reality shows as: Shark Tank, Big Brother, The Bachelor, America’s Next Top Model, Survivor, Amazing Race, FOX’s Solitary, The Apprentice, Hell’s Kitchen, Project Runway, Bad Girls Club, Sober House, Secrets of Aspen and more.

Robert Galinsky's Reality Wanted airs on CBS Digital every Wednesday from 6-8pm EST http://www.realitywanted.com/radio
Call in live is 877.242.8212 and Skype in live is chataboutitcallers

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