OXYGEN’S “BAD GIRLS CLUB: NEW ORLEANS” REUNION SPECIAL PART TWO AND “BACHELORETTE PARTY: LAS VEGAS” (MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2011 – 9PM ET/PT)
November 10, 2011 by J!-ENT
NEW YORK – November 10, 2011– At 9 PM ET/PT gossip guru Perez Hilton hosts part two of the “Bad Girls Club: New Orleans” reunion special and the girls settle the score for one last time. Afterwards at 10 PM ET/PT, bride-to-be Erin gets a fairy-tale bachelorette party, but will her friends ruin the party by spilling a secret to her fiancé?
“Bad Girls Club: New Orleans” Reunion Special (Part Two) — Monday, November 14, 9pm ET/PT
On part two of the “Bad Girls Club: New Orleans” reunion special,” host Perez Hilton continues as the ringmaster in this Bad Girl circus. Part two begins with a bang as Perez forces the housemates to recall the famous “breakfast in bed” incident between Priscilla and Judi. Tensions rise when a brawl breaks out between friends turned enemies, Priscilla and Angie. Stasi, eager to showcase her music talents as well as her animosity for some of her housemates, debuts her rap video and leaves a bitter taste in some of her housemates’ mouths. Although things remain very shaky between the Bad Girls of New Orleans, are they willing to finally put their drama to rest once and for all?
“Bachelorette Party: Las Vegas” — Monday, November 14, 10pm ET/PT
Jon Gray and his VIP team create a bachelorette party fit for a princess for bride-to-be, Erin. Soon after Erin and her girlfriends arrive in Las Vegas they are met with a challenge: they must dig through an enormous wedding cake to find high value, beautiful jewelry. The challenges continue as the VIP team sends Erin and her friends on the hunt to find the match to her dream shoe to make sure it’s the perfect fit – it could be anywhere in the Palms Hotel. Despite the fun, trouble finds its way into the bachelorette weekend. Erin’s best friend and maid of honor are fighting for her attention and a bridesmaid is communicating more with the groom than the bride. Tensions mount when one of the girls spills a secret to the groom about one of the weekend’s surprises. Will Erin’s bridesmaids ruin her fairy-tale weekend or will her bachelorette party have a happy ending?
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