Miss V is getting her own talk show, thanks to CBS.
According to Variety, the Two Can Play That Game actress will host a syndicated show called Face The Truth, where guests will bring various conflicts in front of a panel of experts to weigh in on. The experts will provide feedback to guests, but at the end of all of the information-gathering, the studio audience will be the ones to decide on who needs to “face the truth.”
While the premise immediately grabs my attention, I have to ask: Will Vivica be one of the guests, too?
Ironically, the 53-year-old needs to face a certain truth about her vintage relationship with rapper 50 Cent (Like, the fact that’s it over). Over the years, she has mentioned her ex-boyfriend’s name, mostly with vitriol, but recently, excerpts of her forthcoming book called Every Day, I’m Hustling, revealed how Vivica felt about their sex life. She said it was “PG-13.”
First of all, what about sex is “PG-13?” But OK. Another excerpt revealed that 50 Cent was going to propose to her. This right here is where it just sounds silly. No one should be sharing a story about what someone else was going to do. But she did.
So, the Power executive jumped on Instagram to express how annoyed he was with continuing to hear his name come out of his ex’s mouth since the relationship ended…14 years ago.
These kinds of stories help sell books. I get that. But in Vivica’s case, she’s talked so much about her ex that we all feel like we know enough about it, and we just want her to move on.
So, when it comes to her new talk show, I really hope that this talented and beautiful woman is able to hear what we all want to say to her: Vivica, face the truth!
The show will air in the Fall on 10 CBS-owned stations. Panelists slated to appear on the show include “Bar Rescue” host Jon Taffer, attorney and advocate Areva Martin, psychologist Dr. Judy Ho, and actress/life coach Rosie Mercado.