Nicole Richie Coming Back to Reality TV?

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Nicole Richie may not be appearing on Gossip Girl anytime soon, but that doesn't mean that the 27-year-old won't be coming to a small screen in the near future.

Star Magazine reports that the Simple Life alum has signed on for a family-oriented reality-TV series about her efforts to juggle motherhood and career.

Even better, Richie's boyfriend, 29-year-old Good Charlotte vocalist Joel Madden, Joel's twin brother/bandmate (and Paris Hilton ex) Benji Madden, Nicole's adoptive father Lionel Richie and her one-year-old daughter Harlow have also signed on for the as-yet-untitled project.

(No word on what kind of concessions were required to obtain Harlow's participation; solid-gold baby bottle, perhaps?)

"Nicole wants the world to know what it’s like to be a working mom with a rock star boyfriend," a source tells the magazine.

It's uncertain how this new project will affect Richie's duties as head of the House of Harlow 1960 jewelry line, let alone her many charitable efforts.

This is the third Richie-related TV project that's been said to be in development in recent months. Also supposedly in the works is a reality series in which Richie looks for the next version of herself, and a TV adaptation of her semi-biographical novel The Truth About Diamonds.

 

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  • hispanicatthedisco
    hispanicatthedisco

    I love Nichole and everything she does for charity but when they say she is going to do a relity show on what it is like to be a mom an juggle a career at the same time, come on these people have more money then god, I raised two daughters at age 19 alone in the 80"s and I had to work so many jobs I packed grocerys in a food store for $3.25 hr and then I went off to a factory job just to pay $400.00 month rent, I think it would be nice to see reality shows with blue collar people you would have more meaning from it we can't afford nannys and fancy clothes, when you have children all your money goes to them I could never afford to buy myseld even an easter dress, I just feel it is time to give everyone a shot at doing reality shows, people that could really use the money, and it would be nice to really see what it is like to juggle your life and work with children call me crazy, but I just feel that all the realty shows go to the rich and it is not really reality when you are loaded reality is the every day average mm in the real world This. 100 % this. well said.

  • janice513233
    janice513233

    I love Nichole and everything she does for charity but when they say she is going to do a relity show on what it is like to be a mom an juggle a career at the same time, come on these people have more money then god, I raised two daughters at age 19 alone in the 80"s and I had to work so many jobs I packed grocerys in a food store for $3.25 hr and then I went off to a factory job just to pay $400.00 month rent, I think it would be nice to see reality shows with blue collar people you would have more meaning from it we can't afford nannys and fancy clothes, when you have children all your money goes to them I could never afford to buy myseld even an easter dress, I just feel it is time to give everyone a shot at doing reality shows, people that could really use the money, and it would be nice to really see what it is like to juggle your life and work with children call me crazy, but I just feel that all the realty shows go to the rich and it is not really reality when you are loaded reality is the every day average mm in the real world

 
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