Tag Archive: Oxygen


Pete Wentz

Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz is bringing back body art for the reality show Best Ink with season two. He is guiding 12 of the nation’s top tattoo artists in challenges as they compete for the top spot. The winner of the Oxygen Channel’s show gets $100,000 and a cover story in Tattoo Magazine.

Wentz is in good company with Sabina Kelley come back for a second season and a new judge joins the cast Hannah Aitchison.

Nunn talked to Wentz about tattoos and music on a phone interview before the show began.

Jerry Nunn: Hi, Pete. How are you? I’m calling from Chicago!

Pete Wentz: Nice! I like that.

JN: You guys just put on a huge show here. It was amazing with everybody waiting down the block.

PW: Oh wow, thank you.
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America can’t seem to get enough of Jersey these days. From MTV’s Jersey Shore to Jerseylicious on the Style Network to Bravo’s Real Housewives of Jersey, these meatballs keep many people entertained for hours.

Now we have Oxygen’s second season of Jersey Couture filmed at a store called Diane & Co. Styling for weddings, proms, and now a drag queen, the company has something for everyone.

We fist pumped with Kimberly the eldest from the Scali family right before the first episode.

JN: (Jerry Nunn) Hi, Kimberly. I saw from the preview you are dressing Mimi Imfurst from RuPaul’s Drag Race.

KS: (Kimberly Scali Gambale) Yes.

JN: What was it like fitting a drag queen?
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Filling the shoes of the successful Fox television show Glee cannot be an easy job. When it was time for several of the cast members to graduate high school a huge casting call was created with hopefuls auditioning online and in major cities.

A reality show tracking the progress entitled The Glee Project was born for the Oxygen Network. On the first season finalists were narrowed down eventually giving two winners a seven episode arc and two winners a two episode arc.

For the second season there’s a whole new batch vying for the prize.

Nunn talked to mentors casting director Robert Ulrich, and choreographer Zach Woodlee.

Jerry Nunn: Hi, Robert. We had breakfast when you were casting for this season in Chicago.

Robert Ulrich: Hi, how are you doing?

JN: Great. I noticed you cast Dani who had been on America’s Got Talent. Do you think that gives her an unfair advantage?
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Tori & Dean

Victoria “Tori” Spelling and husband Dean McDermott have been working the reality show circuit for years now. Although the series on the Oxygen Network was titled Tori & Dean: Inn Love for the first two seasons centering around a bed & breakfast, the third season was renamed Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood with a move to California and has remained with that title even today. Now in its sixth season the show shakes it up by opening a new furniture business called InvenTORI.

Growing up the daughter of Candy and Aaron Spelling has kept Tori in the public eye with television shows such as The Love Boat, Saved by the Bell and Beverly Hills, 90210. She went after a movie career with Trick and House of Yes then found her niche on her own show NoTORIous on VH1.

We caught up to the happy couple just before the debut of their newest endeavor.

Jerry Nunn: Hello, Tori and Dean. I know this is a big day for you both with tons of press the day before the show debuts.

Tori Spelling: A little bit, not that much. We are very particular, just the ones we want to do like you.

JN: That’s good to hear. I’m excited to talk to you because you have been such a great gay supporter.

TS: Oh my gosh, thank you!
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Glee Project

The Oxygen Channel is breathing new life into the hit television show Glee with its latest project. The winner of the Glee Project competition earns a seven-episode arc in a storyline built around their new character. Thousands auditioned around the country including an open call in Chicago. Through homework assignments of performing in front of a mystery guest and making music videos before a last chance recital these hopefuls proved their talents for TV. The producer Ryan Murphy whittled down the group to the final four and had a record number of 1.2 viewers for the finale. The results were a double win for Irish Damian McGinty and rocker Samuel Larsen with a bonus two-episode stint for Rachel-esque Lindsay Pearce and openly gay Alex Newell. Nunn on the Run talked to the group the day after the finale.

Jerry Nunn: Hi, all. The Project is finally over. How hard was it to keep the secret?

Samuel Larsen: Nearly impossible.

Lindsay Pearce: It was really hard.

Alex Newell: Pretty easy.

SL: It sucks, but I think when you have that kind of a lawsuit that could potentially be against you if you say anything, it gets in your ears.
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Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton is the Hollywood socialite that always winds up on the press. Her exploits have made her famous in the tabloids and on TV. Her appearances on The Simple Life with Nicole Ritchie and searching for Paris Hilton’s BFF left many viewers entertained and curious to know more.

The World According to Paris is her new endeavor, full of paparazzi, pets and popularity. Oxygen is going behind the glitter in this reality show that sees our LA princess grow up in eight episodes. Welcome to her world!

Hi, Paris. Tell our readers about your new show and why you came back to reality television.

Paris Hilton: The World According to Paris is a look at everything I go through from the moment I wake up until I go to bed at night, every single day. And I really wanted to do a show to show who I really am because I feel like on the Simple Life and My BFF show I was playing a character and something I was doing for fun but this is something that I’m really excited for all my fans to see.

Is it therapeutic for you to make a show like this?
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Natalie Nunn

Natalie Nunn from Oxygen Channel’s Bad Girls Club season four is back on a new show. Love Games: Bad Girls Need Love Too returns for a second season with a new concept, new Bad Girls and 15 new men.  Let’s see if Cupid strikes twice as Nunn talks to Nunn.

Jerry Nunn: Hi, Natalie. Did your people tell you my name is the same as yours?

Natalie Nunn: I can’t believe it! That is the coolest thing ever.

I have a crazy story for you. I approached an interview with you on Facebook, set it up and it wasn’t you. It said official Natalie Nunn page but not true.

NN: You know what’s funny? I don’t have a Facebook page. I had one but it got deleted because I had too many pending requests. I needed to start a fan page. I feel like Facebook is more personal and Twitter is for everybody. People tell me that all the time that they talked to me on Facebook. View Full Article »

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