March 21, 2006

"I was born in America and I love my country."

That's nice, but should you have your own reality show, when the only reason for any interest in you is that you are Osama bin Laden's niece?

8 comments:

downtownlad said...

I dunno. Sounds like she's doing everything that would make her a target of execution by Osama. She's essentially giving Osama a big middle finger by living the life of a liberated woman.

I'd watch it.

Gaius Arbo said...

Wouldn't watch it if someone paid me to. On the other hand I really don't care what she does.

Slac said...

Reality television, a genre featuring unscripted events and perspectives of people's lives.

Uhh... sounds like that would be PERFECT for someone who has one of the most emotionally charged prejudices against her that are possible.

If a celebrity filmmaker created a documentary saying that you and your family were shipped out of the country by the president under mysterious and possibly nefarious reasons, why wouldn't you deserve some of your own documentary time?

jeff said...

I give her 12 to 18 months before she's posing for Playboy.

bearbee said...

Regan Media appears to deal in trash.

Ms. Dufour has as much right to take advantage of our moral relativism as does "He deserves his place there even more if he's pulled off this scam" Doug Bruce, amnesiac and star of "Unknown White Male"

JimK said...

I'm very interested, mainly because the show at its core is about poeple's reactions to her, not necessarily her as a person, but the reactions to her when they learn of her family ties.

jeff: Playboy? Bring it on. Have you *seen* her? ;)

sparky said...

I think the complaint lies more properly with Ms Regan who is generally known for offering up her scrapings of the ooze at the bottom of the celebrity barrel as part of her quest to be Rupert Jr.

Dave said...

Is it crude if I say I wouldn't kick her out of bed?