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D.C.'s "Blonde Charity Mafia" on TV This Summer

"Blonde Charity Mafia" cast members Krista Johnson, left, and Katherine Kennedy at a benefit event, filmed for the show, last September. (Paul Morse/Lifetime Television)

We thought this day would never arrive! But finally, our colleague Lisa de Moraes reports that "Blonde Charity Mafia" -- D.C.'s own long-delayed, friendship-ruining, sort-of-made-up reality show -- will actually be coming to your TV set this summer.

De Moraes reports the show -- an attempt to bring the vapid magic of "The Hills" to D.C. -- will air on The CW in July and August, exactly when you want to be stuck in Washington watching new programming. Even better -- they're really keeping "Blonde Charity Mafia" as the name of the show!

See more on this from de Moraes here. Meanwhile, an excerpt from the CW's press release:

"BLONDE CHARITY MAFIA is a docu-series about the lives of Washington, D.C.'s most influential 20-something Alpha Girls. The BCM runs the D.C. social circuit from charity events to society parties. Their events are the hottest ticket in town, and everyone vies for an invitation - from Congressmen to Hill staffers. Gossip about the BCM is played out and played up on (a local, invite-only social website), where minute-by-minute gossip updates about the BCM's daily (and nightly) exploits are shared for the D.C. public to devour."

By The Reliable Source  |  April 6, 2009; 4:27 PM ET
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I am confused. This looks more like Green Acres then Gossip Girls. What is this about? From the look of the photo it is about cows in bad clothes and cheap costume jewelry. What is their hot ticket, the 17th Street high heel race? Influential? Maybe in a dairy.
Well I guess it will do wonders for business at The Dress Barn.

Posted by: Thominnj | April 7, 2009 1:05 PM | Report abuse

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