‘Famously Single’ Episode Guide (July 5): The Celebrities Act as Each Other’s Dating Coaches

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‘Famously Single’ Episode Guide (July 5): The Celebrities Act as Each Other’s Dating Coaches

“Do You Trust Me?” (07/05/16) – Somaya opens up to Dr. Darcy about why she prefers dating women to men. Dr. Darcy pairs up the celebs to be each others’ dating coach.

They’ll tell each other what to wear, how to act, and even what to say on their blind dates through a hidden earpiece. Aubrey gives her date a piece of her mind, while Brandi teaches Josh how to loosen up and have some fun.

Dating is hard enough, but dating as a celebrity? Nearly impossible – until now. E! Entertainment exposes the fascinating romantic lives of Hollywood’s most notorious daters when “Famously Single” premieres on Tuesday, June 14 at 10/9c.

In the all-new series, eight celebrities going through relationship rehab live under one roof in downtown Los Angeles and explore their romantic issues together. Through fun challenges and exercises their fame is stripped away and viewer’s will witness them untangle their most private emotional experiences, ripped straight out of tabloid headlines.

Of all the privileges that come with fame and fortune, the guarantee of finding true love is not one of them. Throughout the season the celebrities will be tasked with unique yet entertaining exercises led by relationship expert Dr. Darcy Sterling. With 20 years of experience Dr. Darcy has seen and heard it all, and she will guide the stars through this intense process in individual and group examinations of love in the limelight.

Forced to be proactive with dating, the group finds themselves looking for love in clubs, bars, tourist hot spots and even within themselves. Something that could have never been predicted happens, feelings evolve quicker than anyone anticipated and romantic connections transpire within the house.

The cast describes their love woes:

Pauly D is an internationally celebrated DJ, but is still known best for his semantics on “Jersey Shore.” He affirms, “I have a reputation as being a ladies man, hooking up with all of these girls. But I am looking for that one to share all this stuff with. Everyone told me don’t look, the girl is supposed to come, but she hasn’t come so I have to be doing something wrong.”

Brandi Glanville is best known as the former troublemaker from “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” Recently recovering from a divorce from her husband of 13 years, she reflects, “I’m single because I tend to sabotage relationships when I get even the smallest amount of suspicion. Only a small percentile of men can actually keep it in their pants.”

Willis McGahee is a former NFL player sick of tackling romance rumors. In addition to his 10 years of professional football under his belt, he has eight kids with seven different women. He shares, “When a relationship ends it’s normally because I have cheated in the past. The past catches up with you. Being in the NFL, women constantly make moves on you.”

Aubrey O’Day is a platinum selling artist from “Making the Band” and Danity Kane. She states, “I’m hitting foul balls from left to right. I have no idea how to find love, I notice all of the red flags in relationships then in the very end I’m like WTF, I already knew this was going to end like this, why did I do this to myself?”

Josh Murray unfortunately did not find love even after winning “The Bachelorette.” He reveals, “I haven’t been in a lot of relationships, it’s been for my entire life since high school. So I’m pretty picky.”

Jessica White is a supermodel that has graced the pages of Sports Illustrated, GQ and Vogue, and has dawned the infamous wings of a Victoria’s Secret angel. A self-proclaimed gypsy, who has dated many high profile men declares, “I have a two year commitment phobia and I call it the two year itch. And after two years I will pack my bags and get the f*ck out of there.”

Calum Best is a London-based TV personality, entrepreneur and model. Looking to ditch the wild girls, he admits, “For years I was known as a bit of a playboy, after a while the reputation got a bit out of hand. I didn’t like that reputation anymore, as I got older. Now I’m looking for a serious relationship.”

Somaya Reece is a fabulous Latin music artist from VH1’s “Love & Hip Hop Hollywood” who made headlines getting caught in a web of women involved with the same man. She explains, “It’s hard dating in general but once you reach celebrity, child, it’s even harder.”

“Famously Single” is produced by Irwin Entertainment with John Irwin, Damian Sullivan, and Alex Weresow serving as Executive Producers and Casey Spira and Krista Chael as Co-Executive Producers.

Being famous isn’t easy. Finding love as famously single is even harder. “Famously Single” premieres Tuesday, June 14 at 10/9c on E! Entertainment.

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