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Nicole Richie Doubts ‘The Simple Life’ Could Get A Reboot

The Simple Life star Nicole Richie doesn’t think a reboot in today’s age would serve the series well due to increased competition and phone usage.

The Simple Life star Nicole Richie doesn’t think a reboot in today’s age would serve the series well. Fans met the daughter of music superstar Lionel Richie when she appeared in a first-of-its-kind show alongside her best friend, Paris Hilton. The reality program that showcases two wealthy socialites as they struggle to do manual, blue-collared jobs aired from December 2003 to August 2007. The first three seasons ran on FOX, with the final two airing on E!.

At-home entertainment looked a little different back then, so when Paris and Nicole starred in a show that flipped their normal life upside down, many viewers were immediately attracted to the program. In fact, the show didn’t have much competition as reality TV was a new concept at

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In ‘My Unorthodox Life,’ Fashion Is a Flash Point

Early in “My Unorthodox Life,” the Netflix reality series about Julia Haart, the fashion executive who turned her back on her strict religious upbringing for the high life in Manhattan, Batsheva, her elder daughter, strolls onto the set in a trim pair of jeans.

“What are you wearing?” Batsheva’s husband, Ben, asks dourly. “I got used to you not covering your hair. But pants?”

She has upended not just his sense of decorum but a stringent, and oft-misunderstood, dress code dating from biblical times. Ben, who has been slower to abandon the traditions of his Orthodox upbringing, pleads for time to process her choice. Plainly, she is not having it.

“The idea that a woman can wear short skirts but not pants — it’s really just a mind-set that you’re brought up with,” Batsheva said the other day. “I thought it was time to deprogram that thought.”

Such debates over

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Issa Rae presents a new look at L.A. in Sweet Life: Los Angeles trailer

From executive producer Issa Rae comes Sweet Life: Los Angeles, a whole new look at L.A. through the eyes of seven young, ambitious Black men and women at a point in their lives where they are finally seeing the fruits of their labor.

To get an idea of what that looks like, EW has the exclusive trailer for the unscripted HBO Max series below.

Offering something in between MTV’s The Hills and BET’s Baldwin Hills, the new 10-episode series finds a way to mix business and pleasure. Within the group of longtime friends from South L.A. are high school sweethearts Cheryl Des Vignes and Jerrold Smith II, a fashion designer and marketing specialist, respectively, who are trying to negotiate the next steps of their relationship as their careers level up.

Streetwear CEO Jordan Bentley and Briana Jones, a medical account specialist moonlighting as a skincare entrepreneur, have a

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‘My Unorthodox Life’ star gives relationship update, reveals she’s dating a woman

Miriam Haart has some news!

Haart, who stars in Netflix’s breakout summer reality series “My Unorthodox Life”, posted an update to Instagram Wednesday sharing that she’s now dating Nathalie Ulander.

“Secrets out, and so am I,” Haart captioned a carousel of three photos alongside a red heart. In the photos, Haart is pictured with Ulander standing on a balcony in Paris, France, where the two share a kiss and intimate moment.

The 21-year-old daughter of fashion designer and entrepreneur Julia Haart openly discussed her sexuality in season one of the family’s show while dating both men and women, but not all family members appeared initially supportive.

In the series, Haart’s 28-year-old sister, Batsheva, expressed concern when Miriam made out at a work party with a woman, but it appears big sister is on board now.

Batsheva commented “Yasssssss” alongside a red heart emoji on Miriam’s post, and celebrated the announcement

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