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Steven Slater reality show? JetBlue flight attendant
"He's certainly a people person: he used to be a flight attendant." These are the words used to describe the potential of Steven Slater as a reality show star. Obviously, the editor of OK! Magazine doesn't realize why this clown is in the public eye. TMZ broke the story of Slater's new job prospect, which would feature disgruntled employees "quit their jobs in extravagant ways." We know he won't be on "The Apprentice," as Donald Trump, eager to ride on anybody's 15 minutes, has already announced he isn't interested bringing Slater to his show.
Slater is being helped with the pitch by U.S. reality TV show company Stone and Company Entertainment, which is apparently a big-time firm. So, Slater is seriously trying to move into the post-flight attendant big leagues.
According to TMZ, Slater has received the offer:
But reality TV is a fickle thing ... if Slater's story turns out to be a big hoax -- which we're thinkin' is the case -- the offer could disappear as fast as it came.
There's one big question behind all this, of course: how reliable will he be? Would even reality TV folks actually hire this nut-job?