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MTV follows bisexual Internet sensation on her quest for love

By |2018-01-16T06:06:44-05:00October 4th, 2007|Entertainment|

BI BABE: Tila Tequila, a MySpace sensation, tries to find the suitable man – or woman.

A Shot At Love With Tila Tequila
10 p.m. Oct. 9

The rules of attraction are made to be broken with new reality-competition dating series, “A Shot At Love with Tila Tequila,” as MTV captures internet queen Tila Tequila in her pursuit to find love. Having spent the past few years building her career, Tila, the most popular girl in the history of MySpace is finally ready to get serious about finding someone to get serious with.
The big twist in this story is that Tila is bisexual and not sure whether her true love is going to be a man or woman. To help her find true love, MTV found 16 straight guys and 16 lesbians to vie for her love and attention. The finalists move into her mansion, live together, and each week Tila will narrow down her suitors. Every episode will culminate in a dramatic ceremony. May the better sex win as “A Shot At Love with Tila Tequila” premieres on at 10 p.m. Oct. 9 on MTV.
Fans can track all the action online at Tila.MTV.com and on their handsets through MTV Mobile. Each episode will be streamed in its entirety on MTV Mobile’s linear channel, available cross-carrier, and through MTV.com.
In addition, MTV.com and MTV Mobile are offering fans on-demand access to a full slate of programming, including trailers, casting reel footage, sneak peaks of upcoming episodes, extended exit scenes of cast members booted off the show and “Tequila Shots,” which are funny and crazy Tila moments and bloopers.

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