Elfin MySpace celebrity Tila Tequila rocked the competitive reality show dating world with MTV's A Shot at Love by adding a bisexual wrinkle to the staid genre. Sadly, all the contestants' valiant efforts at squeegeeing melted chocolate out of their nether regions were for naught, as Tequila revealed that she and chosen contestant Bobby Banhart have already gone their separate ways—conveniently opening the door for another entertaining rutting contest for the hand of the little agave-based party animal:
The cabler will produce 10 new episodes of "Shot at Love," with the segs slated to premiere in the spring. Format will once again have straight men and lesbians vying for the heart of Tila Tequila.
Original "Shot" wrapped its first season with a 5.9 rating among viewers 12-34, making it MTV's highest-rated series in the demo since August 2005. In total viewers, finale drew more than 6 million sets of eyeballs, making it the most-watched series on the network since November 2002.
While the news is good for fans of the first season, we're becoming mildly concerned that if Shot at Love 2 fails to turn up a life-partner for Tequila, that she could be suffering from a Brad Womackian Narcissus Complex, leaving her incapable of fake-loving any of the extremely suitable candidates hand-selected by reality TV casting professionals. We pray this is not the case, as the ironies of a woman with approximately 475 million MySpace friends dying alone and miserable are almost too much for us to bear.