Some of the challenges were based on situations they might encounter if they would actually become Michaels' girlfriend (read: alcohol, rock, sex, alcohol, porn, motorcrossing, rock and alcohol).
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But damaged or not, De La Hoya actually came off as sincere in her intentions, and in the current reality TV landscape, that’s an all too rare phenomenon.
Since her time on the show, Oscar De La Hoya’s niece—yes, you read that right—has kept herself busy making club appearances and writing songs like “Pretty Messed Up” based on her experience on the show (visit her My Space page to check them out).
The 3 seasons each feature (approximately) 20 women competing to be Michaels' girlfriend.
Each week the women face challenges, the winner of which gets to go on a date with Michaels.
talked to De La Hoya about reconnecting with her family, how she’s parlaying her TV stint into a new career and what it’s like to get brutally rejected for the enjoyment of millions. What kind of feedback have you been getting since Rock of Love 2 wrapped? When I make my club appearances there are tons of people there, and it’s like, picture-picture-picture-picture-picture!
You know, they all love me, they're all upset that I didn’t win and they're supportive. What about when you’re not making club appearances—do people recognize you on the street? They’re like, "But we didn’t want a fish tank in the car! Most people are either big dreamers with no reality or they’re so real that they never get anything off the ground. I dream it big, and then I do everything I can to make it functional. I’m a diabetic so I’m a little more careful than the average person, but I’m gonna tell you my snacky treat dilemma: There’s nothing that smells better to me than a day-old hot dog. But if you’re going in there don’t fear getting some healthy stuff and mixing it with some junk because you need a good balance. When you’re on the road do you use a paper map or GPS? Absolutely, and don’t fear occasionally taking those alternative routes. But I’ll tell you where you wanna be careful: Be careful getting caught up in being in too big of a hurry to get from point So you ride a stationary bike IN the RV as it drives? I’ll slide from listening to rock into some good classic country, into some pop, back into some R&B, all of a sudden I got a little reggae on, and then I’m going from Tim Mc Graw and Kenny Chesney back to Metallica. They would always say, "We just want a cool car," and he would put, like, a fish tank in there. The old puffy pizza, you know the pizza that’s been in there for about three months ... Yes, it's perfect because if you can’t go somewhere specific, you can still learn about the local geography. I have my own little beautiful little custom 41- or 42-foot RV plus my tour bus, but this summer I’m switching out to take my own RV on my tour all summer. I don’t necessarily play games, because on the bus you can have Direct TV and mobile satellite, so you can watch a lot of stuff. If I have someone blaring something that I don’t wanna listen to and I’m not floating in the same mood, that could go real bad, real fast. They do, and it’s so funny because I really try to play it low key when I’m not working to support the show. I was just at the airport in Baltimore and people noticed me. ” but in my head I’m like, “Oh my God, I look like crap right now! EST), is a mix between Pimp My Ride and Extreme Home Makeover, taking RV owners and making their dreams come true. " Yeah, no, this thing, whatever this word is worth, I truly say I’m a "drealist." What? The key to the show, different from a lot of these other shows, is make it that this RV can actually go down the road. I’ve seen some of the most beautiful areas of the United States I never even knew existed. Well for me, I have both the work bus and my personal. Yeah, I have a stationary bike that I ride for an hour and it’s got a TV on it. It keeps my mood right, it changes it up as I’m going along. He seems like he doesn't really like any of them this time around. I love the show, please give me one more season Vh1!!!