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Former Girls Next Door star Holly Madison wants to get involved in Las Vegas city politics. The 30-year-old model, the star of new E! show Holly's World, said she isn't too happy with the way things are run in the city and would like to take matters into her own hands.She said to Fancast.com: "My favorite idea is to fix the way they do construction [in Las Vegas]. Sometimes they leave a construction site up too long when they're doing road work. They don't finish it fast enough and it causes a lot of traffic problems." The star was asked if she would ever consider running for mayor and she said: "Someday! I mostly just want to have a family and get involved in city politics and be a Sunday school teacher."(Image: Splash News) »
We'll get to Holly Madison's dating life and plans to start a family in a second, but first let's make one thing perfectly clear: We'll never see her sex tape. Why? Because she insists she doesn't have one. "No!" she says when I ask if any homemade Holly porn is somewhere out there. "If there was, it would have been out there already." I caught up with Ms. Madison yesterday here at E!, where she was on a non-stop promo tour for Holly's World, her new reality show premiering on Sunday, June 13 at 10:30 p.m. Read on to find out what she said about making babies, dating sites and how her pal Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett is dealing with her sex tape »
Holly Madison likes being in the driver's seat. The bottle-blond beauty, who rose to notoriety as one of Hugh Hefner's girlfriends on the hit "Girls Next Door" show, has her own "Holly's World" E! series premiering Sunday (6/13). And she's happy to say, "I definitely have more control this time, as a co-executive producer, and it's great."The half-hour show, which was teased with an opening segment back in December, has Madison (pictured) hastening back and forth between her work as star of the Las Vegas Peepshow strip revue and partying, more partying, other activities and partying -- supported by her assistant, Angel; her roommate, Laura; and her male buddy, Josh."I was pretty adamant which characters I wanted on the show, which people keep it real with me," she tells us. "I always thought Laura and Angel would be great, and Josh -- he really pops onscreen."As for »
A few nights away from the premiere of her latest E! venture, Holly's World, Holly Madison learned a surprising fact about herself. "If a dolphin's going to hump a person, you would be the person that they would hump," Chelsea Handler said matter-of-factly as Holly talked about swimming with the dolphins in Vegas during her appearance Wednesday on Chelsea Lately. "You just made a dolphin noise!" Chelsea insisted as the Peepshow star squealed in mock-horror. But a little mammalian lovin' wasn't all the two blondes talked about. Check out the clip above for more on Holly and Bridget Marquardt's trip to a Death Valley ghost town, the pubes she found in her bed and what the »
Holly Madison promises she will let cameras roll on her romantic life for her new upcoming E! reality show, Holly's World. "Absolutely!" she said earlier today from her home in Las Vegas. "I don't have anything really steady or serious right now, so we'll see what happens. But nothing is off limits." Wait! Nothing steady right now? What about Benji Madden? We'll let Ms. Holly explain… "We're hanging out," she said about her relationship with the Good Charlotte rocker. "We're getting to know each other. He's really an awesome guy, but he's in L.A. and I'm here. And he works a lot. My problem is I'm always attracted to »
For the star of a Vegas production called Peepshow, Holly Madison is adept at keeping things under wraps - at least when it comes to her relationship with Good Charlotte guitarist Benji Madden. They were virtually inseparable over the past week in Las Vegas. She wore a "Team Benji" shirt to support his celebrity boxing bout on Saturday and was spotted with him again as he deejayed at Moon Nightclub's Bang Tuesdays. She's called them "adventure buddies," and while she doesn't shoot down the suggestion there's a romance, she's coy about what they really do have going. When asked if they're just friends, »
- Mark Gray
Kendra Wilkinson has said that she is happy her former Girls Next Door co-star Holly Madison has landed her own show. It was recently reported that Madison will star in a fly-on-the-wall series for E! called Holly's World, focusing on her professional and personal life as she appears in Las Vegas's Peepshow. Speaking to Digital Spy, Wilkinson said: "I don't really know too much about it. I'm just focusing on being a mom and wife, and doing my show about my life. "I don't know (more) »
- By Lara Martin
It's Holly's World. We just live in it! Yes, we have an exclusive sneak peek from Holly Madison's special-turned-series, bowing in June. And for a short clip, there's a whole lotta action. She's in Las Vegas wearing a teeny bikini serving for a special boxing match! She's late for her revue Peepshow, so she doesn't cover up to hop into a cab! She gets stuck in traffic! She concedes and makes a run for it! She high-fives people along the way! She picks her wedgie! It's all very exciting. We can't wait. In the meantime, Holly will be with pal Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett and the E! team on the Countdown to the Red Carpet for the Oscars on »
The only thing we know for sure about Holly Madison these days is that she's busy in Las Vegas. Done with her life with Hugh Hefner on The Girls Next Door, the 30-year-old blonde model has been making a name for herself with a number of appearances. The most notable of which is Peepshow, and now she's back for another run after her break.
Holly Takes Time Off and Buys New House
It's business as usual for Holly Madison, as she continues her career with the burlesque show and her own reality series Holly's World. But those aren't the only things on this former Girls Next Door member's agenda. She's also writing her own book.
Holly Keeps 'Elvis' Alive
Two of the former Girls Next Door stars are already managing their own shows: Bridget Marquardt has Bridget's Sexiest Beaches, while Kendra Wilkinson has Kendra. Now, it's time for Hugh Hefner's #1 to get the spotlight. With her steady and successful Vegas performances, surely Holly Madison will find it easy to return to reality TV.
Since E! has already premiered a sneak peek of Holly's World and found out that it was met with applause from fans, it's no surprise that they're pushing through with more episodes. The launch occurred last December, but the actual reality series will air in the summer of 2010.
You stay classy, E!
The cable channel has greenlit a series starring one of the teenagers charged in a string of burglaries of celebrities' homes, her Playboy model sister and their family. Currently titled "Pretty Wild," the show will follow 18-year-old Alexis Neiers -- who's pleaded not guilty to burglaries at the homes of Lindsay Lohan, Rachel Bilson and other famous folks -- her 19-year-old sister Tess Taylor, a Playboy Cybergirl and regular on the Hollywood party scene, and 15-year-old Gabrielle Neiers.
Separately, E! has given the go-ahead to "Holly's World," an eight-episode series starring former "Girl Next Door" and Playboy model Holly Madison. It will focus on Madison as she establishes a new life in Las Vegas and takes the lead in a burlesque show.
When Neiers was arrested in October in connection with the burglaries, E! released a statement saying she and her family were "the subject of a pilot for E! »
Move over, Kendra, because Holly's back! Following on the ratings success of the network's Holly's World TV special in December, E! Entertainment (yep, that's us) has ordered a new continuing series about Holly Madison, the erstwhile Girl Next Door now starring in the Vegas revue Peepshow. We say "Hallelujah!" to this news, and not just because we work at E! and we have to. Madison, who unexpectedly became a brains-and-beauty role model during her five seasons on Girls, is the best. So what's the show about, how much Holly do we get, and when does the series premiere? Here's the dish: The eight-episode reality series will premiere in the summer of 2010 and focuses on »
Follow Holly Madison around Las Vegas. E! Entertainment Television is reuniting with former Girls Next Door star Holly Madison for her very own spin-off Holly's World, which will follow the Playmate as she works and plays in Las Vegas. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the docusoap will follow Madison on- and offstage as she stars in the Vegas production "Peepshow." The network has ordered eight half-hour episodes for a summer debut. The decision follows the ratings success of the Girls Next Door spinoff Kendra, which set records for the network last year. "Audiences fell in love with Holly on E! and fans are eager to follow her next chapter," said Lisa Berger, executive vp entertainment programming. "The series will feature Holly and her family of friends as they take on new loves, careers and ambitions together." »
14 January 2010 4:00 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Another "Girls Next Door" star is getting her own series.
E! Entertainment Television is set to announce a docusoap following former "Girls" star Holly Madison as she works and plays in Las Vegas.
"Holly's World" follows Madison on- and offstage as she stars in the Vegas production "Peepshow."
The network has ordered eight half-hour episodes for a summer debut. The decision follows the ratings success of the "Girls" spinoff "Kendra," which set records for the network last year.
"Audiences fell in love with Holly on E! and fans are eager to follow her next chapter," said Lisa Berger, executive vp entertainment programming. "The series will feature Holly and her family of friends as they take on new loves, careers and ambitions together."
- By James Hibberd
14 items from 2010
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