Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Ryan Newman In ABC Reality Show

I am really interested to see how this ABC reality show goes. I am sure it will be interesting. I think it is a good concept. The only problem I have with it is that I think any reality show that involves celebreties is kind of boring and off the wall. Thats me though. Read the story below.

BOSTON, April 11 /PRNewswire / -- Celebrities including Jewel, Tony Hawk, Serena Williams and William Shatner are dreaming of life in the fast lane, as they race to the finish in the new reality show, "Fast Cars & Superstars -- Gillette Young Guns Celebrity Race," a 7-episode series to air on ABC prime time beginning Thursday, June 7 (8:00 - 8:30 p।m. ET). Twelve celebrity drivers will partner with the Gillette Young Guns -- six of stock car racing's most talented and popular drivers -- to learn what it takes to win on the race track.


The show will explore the interaction of top young stock car drivers with stars from the world of sports, music and entertainment, featuring drama and competition on and off the race track. In each episode, viewers will watch celebrities train with a Gillette Young Guns driver. The show will culminate in a one-hour finale where the celebrities will be coached from the pits by their Gillette Young Guns instructors, and compete against each other during a time-trial race.
"I jumped at the chance to be involved in the Gillette Young Guns Celebrity Race," said actor William Shatner. "It's every American boy's dream to get behind the wheel of a stock car."
"Fast Cars & Superstars -- Gillette Young Guns Celebrity Race" will include six half-hour episodes with an hour-long finale. The series will be hosted by ESPN anchor Kenny Mayne and co-hosted by former Cleveland Cavaliers center and current ESPN NASCAR analyst Brad Daugherty, and was co-created by BBDO and Gillette and produced by Radical Media. Corporate sponsors are Alltel,, Kroger, Lowe's, SAM'S CLUB, The Scott's Company, and Walgreen's.


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