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Bad Girls Club: Coming to D.C.?

It’s the opportunity you’ve been waiting for: Book one of the girls from Oxygen’s Bad Girls Club for your next lobbying event or fundraiser. What could possibly go wrong?

For the uniformed, Bad Girls Club is among TV’s trashiest reality shows in which seven angry women are put in a house with nothing but liquor and food that’s mostly used to sully each others personal belongings.

Sean,” a booking agent for  Falen G and Gia Bianca, tells FishbowlDC what they do on tour. “They party. They host a party. They dance. They do all kinds of stuff,” he said, refusing to give his last name for God knows what ridiculous reasoning. “They interact with the DJ. They’re party girls.”

The release pumps up their bad girls, stating that Falen (mistakenly spelled with an extra “l” by her “strong promotional management team”) and Gia have been featured in “the hottest publications,” including: Black Mens, Straight Stuntin and Stunnaz.

The girls are also “nationally recognized with huge fan-bases” in several cities, including D.C. In the first episode of this season’s BGC, Falen, a resident of Springfield, Va., describes herself as a D.C. celebrity. And like most self-described D.C. celebrities, we’d never heard of her. She’s a real gem though — throughout the show, she regularly borrows money from the other cast members for food and booze.

The tour begins in late October. But “Sean” can’t provide pricing because he doesn’t want “to put that information out there like that.” You’ll just have to call.

 

 

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