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Charlotte Crosby on the Mad, Mortal World of 'Geordie Shore'

"I know generally people think reality TV is glamorous, but I don't think anyone ever thought that about 'Geordie Shore' when we were having fights with kebabs."
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The Life Cycle of a Reality TV Star

From ‘Love Island’ to ‘Celebs Go Dating’, reality TV stars must navigate a complicated ecosystem of programmes to maintain their fame.
Lauren O'Neill

I Went to Charlotte Crosby's House Party and Saw How the Reality TV Sausage Is Made

The 'Geordie Shore' star threw a house party at her actual house to celebrate the premiere of season two of 'The Charlotte Show'.
Lauren O'Neill

Lindsay Lohan's Reality Show Is Bad, But Not Fun Bad

I'm sorry.
Kara Weisenstein

How 'Jackass' Spawned Internet Fame as We Know It

Honestly, if you are a viral star in the modern era, you should be forced to renounce your religion and pray to the show's stars.
K.T. Nelson
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It Looks Like We're Going to Get a 'Daria' Reboot

MTV is reportedly crafting a new series, 'Daria & Jodie', which follows the duo as they take on "our culture at large".
Allie Conti

Because I Said So: All the Things Our Parents Didn't Let Us Enjoy

People tell their banned pop culture tales in six words.
Anna Goldfarb
The VICE Guide to Right Now

The 'Jersey Shore' Reunion Got a Second Season Before the First One Even Aired

They'll probably outlive us all.
Alex Norcia
The VICE Guide to Right Now

MTV Is Bringing Back 'Jersey Shore' for Some Reason

'Jersey Shore Family Vacation' is coming next year whether we want it or not.
River Donaghey
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Tove Lo Showed That Studio Performances Can Still Be Magic on 'TRL'

The Swedish singer-songwriter gave a blinding rendition of her track "Disco Tits" on Monday's show.
Noisey UK Staff
Question Of The Day

People Making Music TV: We Did Your Research For You

In the lead-up to new (and likely dreadful) BBC series 'Sounds Like Friday Night', we asked some strangers what makes not-shit music television.
Patrick Heardman
TV Week

Beavis and Butt-Head Spoke for a Generation of Metalheads

The cartoon miscreants impossibly became the two most influential voices in metal in the 90s.
Ben Umanov