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