Despite turning down a proposal from George “Tailor Made” Weisgerber on the recent finale of her show, People is reporting that Tiffany “New York” Pollard recently had a change of heart. After selecting George at the end of I Love New York 2’s second season, Pollard, 25, told her suitor she wanted to wait before agreeing to any nuptials. Although he agreed to wait the requested 24-months, the
lovesick Weisgerber, 32, decided to try again anyway. Fortunately, it turns out the 2nd-time was a charm. (Let’s just hope the same can be said of this engagement; New York’s season one betrothal only lasted a few months.) Fans of the series can witness the awkward/romantic moment for themselves when I Love New York 2’s reunion special airs on January 6.
Meanwhile, another star familiar to the viewers of the cable channel has news of her own to celebrate. Fergie, 2007’s It Girl, just became engaged to actor Josh Duhamel. The Black Eyed Peas singer, 32, and star of Las Vegas, 35, have been together for three years. The couple started dating shortly after she made an appearance on his NBC show.
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With the announcement that James Caan was leaving NBC’s Las Vegas, fans of the show were in a bit of a tizz. Never fear, another manly-man will be taking on the challenge of filling Caan’s big shoes. Selleck, famous for Magnum, P.I. and his adorable mustache, is in talks to take on the role as the new owner of the Montecito Resort & Casino. Time will tell if Selleck can save the series after Caan’s departure to return to big screen projects. And, oh yeah, the show is also looking to fill Nikki Cox’s vacancy, so be on the lookout for another hottie to come strolling into the casino. Regulars Josh Duhamel, Molly Sims, James Lesure and Vanessa Marcil are all still on board for the upcoming fifth season.
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