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50 Of Hollywood’s Juiciest Confessions “It was really bad because everything was always readily available and free for me,” De La Hoya, who now claims to be sober for “almost two years,” explains.
, and seemed poised to make a career out of reality TV.
But in an exclusive interview with Radar Online.com, De La Hoya reveals that her life quickly imploded after her brush with reality TV fame, becoming a “dark, horrible place” from which she almost didn’t escape.
But damaged or not, De La Hoya actually came off as sincere in her intentions, and in the current reality TV landscape, that’s an all too rare phenomenon.
” Right after the final elimination, you said that if you’d known how hard it would be, you never would have participated in the show. At the time, I totally felt that way because I’d gone through so much on the show.I didn’t win Bret Michaels’ heart, but I won a lot of fans and that means something.What was going through your mind when Bret called your name first? I wanted to believe that I was wrong, but I knew deep down inside that he wasn’t going to pick me.After weeks of sex, tears, and cat-fighting on VH1’s hit show, Rock of Love 2 (think Flavor of Love gone from hip-hop to hair metal), the rocker chick-turned-stripper-turned-reality-TV-star (who’s real name is Vanessa) didn’t get to ride into the sunset with Poison rocker Bret Michaels, even though it seemed that he’d gone ga-ga for her from the very beginning.Instead, the final VIP pass went to 37-year old Ambre Lake, a TV reporter and B-movie actress from Chicago who Michaels recently admitted he’s not in love with after all: “I found someone who is really nice and cool and gets rock 'n' roll,” he told the Associated Press after the season finale aired.