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Most Eligible Dallas is Getting a Spinoff

If you missed season one of Most Eligible Dallas, Bravo's glimpse at what life is like for those Dallasites who are young, rich and telegenic enough to star in a Bravo reality show, never fear. Mixmaster can fill you in on all the juicy details, episode-by-episode.

Start reading now if you want to know who Courtney Kerr is in time for the debut of her own reality show, Courtney Loves Dallas. That's right, the Hollywood Reporter is, um, reporting that Bravo has ordered a Most Eligible Dallas spinoff.

From the Bravo press release:

Breakout star Courtney Kerr of Most Eligible Dallas navigates the lively Dallas social scene with her group of sassy, dynamic friends in this docu-series. Juggling her search for the perfect Southern gentleman while trying to make a name for herself in the fashion industry with the growing popularity of her fashion blog, Courtney proves that having it all isn't easy.

Which is wonderful news, because we definitely need another reality show about Highland Park types to offset the perception that the city's only rich people are oil tycoons living on Southfork Ranch.

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