9 Early '00s Reality TV Stars Who Need To Come Back — Right Now

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As a genre, reality television has become a bit of a misnomer.  It's understood now that the series are actually often (somewhat) scripted. However, it doesn't affect our intense need to watch it every week. Nor does it mean our adoration for some of the reality televisions stars has dwindled. Ahead, nine reality TV celebs from the early '00s we would gladly support coming back to the small screen.

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Angela Pham, Gallery Girls
Really this could just be about Pham's dating life. Remember: They've gotta have a Gmail account; no Hotmail weirdos.
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Ozzy & Sharon Osbourne, The Osbournes
There are going to be a few episodes that will catch us up on the lives and times of the Osbourne family, but I'm in the market for a strictly Ozzy and Sharon situation. It would just be about them being in love and confused and adorable.
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Bret Michaels, Rock Of Love
Who doesn't love groupie culture? Please bring back this exact show as it existed from 2007 to 2009.
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Latrice Royale, RuPaul's Drag Race
Latrice Royale is like the perfect friend. She knows when to lift you up and when to put you in your place. Ideally this show would be called Latrice Brings You To Church.
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Jade Cole, America's Next Top Model, Cycle Six
Remember this woman? She thought she was the bee's knees. Let's put her back in the reality TV game, but on something with a bit more of a Survivor tone. Can't you already see her making and breaking alliances?
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LuAnn de Lesseps, Real Housewives of New York
LuAnn's technically still around. She's on the odd episode of RHONY every so often, but the Countess really just needs her own show. Maybe it's a talk show. Maybe it's just her being the Countess. Doesn't really matter.
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Tiffany Pollard, I Love New York
Pollard became something of a sensation on Flavor of Love as a contestant working to win the affections of one Flavor Flav. She got her own dating spinoff show, I Love New York. Come back, New York. We've got nothing but love for you.
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Hulk Hogan, Hogan Knows Best
I'm not even sure why. Just seems like this guy should be on TV rather than not, ya know?
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Emily Morse, Miss Advised
Let's get real. This show was kind of a hot mess. But, Emily's world of sexual exploration was gold.
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