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HollywoodLife.com has an early look at all the diaper-changing, errand-running, baby-sitting madness! When you live in the world's most famous zip code, everything about your life is glamorous — even when you're covered in baby vomit! ABC Family's newest reality series Beverly Hills Nannies, premiering July 11 at 9 p.m., shines a spotlight on the lesser-known girls (and guys) whose responsibility it is to rear the spawn of the rich and famous. Among the show's leading ladies are: Kristin Lancione, who plans to open her own nanny agency very soon; Lucy Treadway, a "top nanny choice" for Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller (though I think she dodged a bullet there); Amanda Averill, a recent transplant to Los Angeles; Shayla Quinn, who's described as a "stickler for manners"; Amber Valdez, an aspiring TV show host; and Maggie Thorne, who might be too much of a party girl to also be a successful nanny. »
- Andy Swift
ABC Family's new realty series "Beverly Hills Nannies" follows the fabulous -- and sometimes not-so-fabulous -- lives of an elite group of nannies as they take care of kids, pets and often the moms. The show may be new, but the concept sounds very familiar to us -- and probably any woman who grew up in the '80s.
"It's like 'The Baby-sitters Club,'" says Maggie, wannabe nanny and childhood friend to Queen Bee of the Nannies, Kristin, in the show's Wednesday (July 11) premiere.
"It is like 'The Baby-sitters Club,'" Kristin murmurs.
"We used to read those books when we were kids," she adds, while shoving a dog-eared copy of "Bsc #37: Dawn and the Older Boy" under a throw pillow (except not really on that last part).
And the show is just like "The Baby-sitters Club" -- except the sitters can drink and drive »
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