The World According to Paris ate hard poo poo in ratings. It got only 409,000 total viewers, and 274,000 in the demographic. Honestly, I’m shocked, but think it’s hilarious. The fact that The Bad Girl’s Club gets over a million viewers on average, and Paris debuted so poorly shows you that no one cares about Paris anymore. The biggest selling point on this show was that it was her being “real.” Well, my insiders (yes, I actually have a couple!) told me that it’s soft-scripted–shows you that nothing Paris does is real. Let me preface that a lot of these soft-scripted shows have real moments, but for the most part there’s A LOT of staging going on. I feel like her show would have done better on another network, but either way, she’s toast.
Although comedy is her profession, Nadine has accomplished a lot in her young age. She is a national champion black belt, a world-class soccer player, and an avid snowboarder. She started playing soccer at the age of 4, and continued playing through college where she majored in Biology, but quickly realized her destiny was to tell jokes, not to wear a lab coat. So she decided to be funny while finishing her Bachelors Degree in biology and continued on to get her M.B.A. Nadine’s comedy style is much like her athleticism, fearless. She’s made her way up the comedy ladder very quickly, and has become a club favorite at many of the country’s top comedy clubs, including the Improv chain. Performing in the Boston Comedy Festival and being noted as the “one of the youngest and brightest up and comers” and traveling to the Middle East to entertain the troops are just a few of her notable accomplishments. These days Nadine splits time between the stage, a radio studio, her computer blogging, and a television studio. Nadine’s TV, Radio, Writing credits include: national commercials, talking head roles on E! Entertainment, Showtime’s Hot Tamales Live, The Skinny: Fat Free News, The Sunny Side of The Truth: Real World Hollywood, TVgasm, Zazreport, Daddy’s Girls, Jerseylicious, celebrity interviews on Mania TV, a weekly half-hour television show that syndicates to colleges across the country for National Lampoon and a nightly radio show on XM Satellite Radio.