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“It was so standardized and monotonous in the gender dating norms that they used, it’s kind of gross.All these women fighting over a man like that’s the biggest and most important thing in their lives.I’m like, ‘Holy s—, this is disgusting, it’s horrible.'” Amber’s co-host Dr.Chris Donaghue revealed that he was offered his own reality show years ago on Bravo, but declined because he didn’t want to sell himself out.“So obviously, when it first came out, I was like ‘Oh, this s— is f—ing amazing.
She added: "For me, I wanted to do my show in a way that I would be comfortable with, and I was very happy that VH1 was on the same page with me.
“I think it’s so cool but she’s getting a lot of s— because the black community is like ‘Bitch, you better pick a black man,'” she said.
“I think it’s unfair and I think it’s complete bulls—.
I think she needs to follow her heart and be open to anyone and especially nowadays, who cares about that anymore?
” Related: Amber Rose, Tom Arnold Discuss Uncomfortable Sex Talk The show is notorious for their lack of diversity and so this is a big stepping stone, but the next step is the casting of the male contestants. Chris asked, “How many black men will they [the network] even offer her? I’ve watched that show before and I’m not sure how many people total, I think it’s like 16 dudes and there’s like two black ones out of the 16.