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"I Love Money 4" is set to return to VH1 in fall 2010. "I Love Money 3" never aired due to the involvement of contestant Ryan Jenkins in the murder of Jasmine Fiore, as well as his suicide.

America's favorite contestants from VH1's hit series "Rock of Love," "I Love New York" and "Flavor of Love" are set to star in the network's newest 'celebreality' series, "I Love Money." Hosted by Craig J. Jackson, the 12-episode series will pit 17 all-star contestants against one another for a chance to win a $250,000 grand prize.

Infamous cast members on "I Love Money" including 12 Pack, Chance, Heat, Midget Mac, Mr. Boston, Real, The Entertainer, Whiteboy, Brandi C., Destiney, Heather, Hoopz, Megan, Nibblz, Pumkin, Rodeo and Toastee will travel to Mexico where they will participate in outrageous challenges to test their determination to get rich. For this group of men and women competing for a chance at love is nothing compared to competing for their true heart's desire, money.



The challenges on "I Love Money" will be based off of past infamous "…Of Love" moments including fierce bed battles, triathlons, and of course backstabbing. Contestants on "I Love Money" will have to put their brains to the test to assemble tricky puzzles and catapult devices. To spice things up, they will have to work the stripper pole and compete with g-strings. And of course the contestants will show the competition a little love with loads of lip locking.

"'I Love Money' is the perfect 'celebreality' storm as it takes the biggest, boldest and most outspoken characters from VH1's hit series and puts them on one giant show," said Jeff Olde, Executive Vice President, Programming and Development, VH1. "Our producers at 51 Minds have delivered hit after hit for VH1 by casting the most watercooler characters in the history of reality TV. We couldn't resist the opportunity to make those breakout characters the true stars of their own show."

"I Love Money" is the next installment of the top-rated series' "I Love New York," "Rock of Love" and "Flavor of Love." Each of these series has averaged more than a million viewers per episode and has scored among the top 10 rated series in network history.

Craig J. Jackson's hosting credits include "30 Seconds to Fame" and "The X Show." He was also recently seen in "John from Cincinnati."

VH1's "I Love Money" is created and executive produced by Mark Cronin and Cris Abrego for 51 Minds Entertainment, LLC. an Endemol Company, who also produce the record-breaking series "Rock of Love," "Flavor of Love," "Charm School," "I Love New York," "The Surreal Life" and "My Fair Brady." The production teams' programming launched VH1 into their highest ratings ever and their ratings continue to outperform their previous successes. Ben Samek and Matt Odgers also executive produce for the series and the company.

Jill Holmes, Kristen Kelly and Jeff Olde oversee "I Love Money" for VH1.




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I LOVE MONEY: FACTS

Network: VH1
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: July 6, 2008
Seasons: 4





 
 
 
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