OXYGEN'S "BAD GIRLS CLUB" PLEDGE NEW HABITS AND CONTINUE BAD ONES
Don't Have a Resolution Yet? How About "Show More Cleavage" Like Bad Girl Sarah?
NEW YORK-December 18, 2008- As 2008 comes to a close, Oxygen's "Bad Girls Club" have made New Year's Resolutions that are sure to ring in 2009 with a bang. Rather than eating less, doing more good deeds or hitting the gym, the Bad Girls have pledged to continue on with their merry ways by keeping it real and showing more of their bust lines. These ladies will be sure to keep everyone on their toes when "Bad Girls Club" returns to air, filled with even more cat-fights and jaw-dropping drama on Tuesday, January 6 at 10PM ET/PT.
In true "bad girl" style, here are the girls' resolutions, which can be seen on-air on Oxygen through on-air vignettes throughout the rest of December:
� Tiffany promises to "keep keeping it real" and to "make other people clean up the kitchen."
� Sarah, everyone's favorite online Playboy model from Wisconsin, wants to "wear more clothes" but "show more cleavage."
� Amber B., vows to "spend 2009 finding a hot, buff guy" and "get Ailea some mental health care."
� Amber M. pledges to "find a hot guy so [she] can bounce up on him." And, in true Amber form, she wants all her fans to coalesce and "start an 'I love Amber' club."
For those wanting more, Oxygen has developed a number of interactive ways for fans to get more involved with "Bad Girls Club." Fans will find tons of extras online, such as exclusive photo galleries, personal pictures and exclusive episode outtakes. The website also features the bad girls' personal blogs, where the girls dish about what really happened; and a photo captioning contest, where fans can submit cheeky captions for new "Bad Girls" photos each week. Viewers can also weigh in with their thoughts about the show and the girls by participating in a weekly mobile poll from their cell phones or mobile devices. Fans can also interact and stay connected to the show with the Tuesday Tweet. Working with the Twitter technology, the Tuesday Tweet lets fans and even cast members post comments and questions in real time online or from their mobile phones. Oxygen's Tuesday Tweet can be found at twitter.oxygen.com.
Oxygen is a program service of NBC Universal Cable Entertainment and is currently available in over 74 million homes. The network was launched in 2000 to fill a void in the television landscape -- creating a network targeted to younger women. Oxygen is rewriting the rulebook for women's television, with a vast array of unconventional and original programming including "The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency," "Coolio's Rules," "The Bad Girls Club" and "Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood."