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Jo De La Rosa felt like the black sheep of the original "Real Housewives of Orange County." Now she's hoping her new dating show for Bravo helps change some of those misconceptions.
Production began last week on the first of eight episodes of "Date My Ex," a dating series with a launch targeted for this summer.
The series answers the question, "can exes be friends? It is focused on the dating life of Jo De La Rosa, a former cast member on The Real Housewives of Orange County.
Jo enlists the help of her ex-fiance Slade Smiley plus her best friends Myia Ingoldsby and Katy Metz.
As Nelson climbs up the rock, Jo makes the comment, "Your butt looks cute from here". Slade approaches David before elimination and tells him that he doesn't feel that he can trust him and that he is to drop out.
At elimination, the four guys are allowed one last comment to Jo and David appears to drop out but instead makes a comment like everyone else and is chosen in the end.
De La Rosa said she never expected to be a celebrity and doesn't consider herself one.
However, what none of them know is that Slade can watch the dates.That's where the new show picks up, with her in Los Angeles, being helped by two friends in the dating world."It's kind of an adventure," she said, "my romantic adventure." Besides working on the show, De La Rosa has been working on a CD called "Unscripted," which she says hits stores Aug. A single will be released in July near the launch of the series."I was in a very different place in my life," she said."I wasn't in a place of wanting to get married and raise kid.
Three contestants are invited into Slade's house, every week to live with him and compete for Jo's heart.