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The Sweat Box – Semi-scripted Reality TV Coming To Seven

There had been rumours for sometime that Roxy Jacenko, of PR firm Sweaty Betty would be starring in a reality show about her life.

I thought this show would find its niche on Foxtel, and I am a bit surprise (in a good way) that it will be shown on Channel Seven. Other TV stations will be watching closely to see if this type of show is going to be a ratings winner.

 Daily Telegraph has stated that she has been overheard saying she wants to be the “Paris Hilton of Sydney”. Does this  mean a sex tape will be strategically leaked at some  point? Or maybe she will just date a billionaire.

The article also states that she has told her staff at her PR firm to not to hold back and to bring out their inner bitches in front of the camera.

I will definitely be watching it.


1 Marto { 04.11.10 at 9:00 pm }

Wake up snapperhead. This girl is nothing but a butt ugly oxygen thief. Nobody with a functioning gray matter cares about the goings on of some unknown Eastern suburbs princess and her pretentious staff. If Ch7 are ever stupid enough to take this to air, it will last 2 weeks tops.

Get a life you muppet.

2 Reality Raver { 04.11.10 at 10:57 pm }

Just out of curiousity are you calling me or Roxy Jacenko a muppet, if so I must be Statler and Waldorf.

3 Elisha Foti { 05.06.10 at 3:43 am }

dont like her already GAY AS !!!! like i said before they should do reality tv with real people not scripted dumb bitches wana be famous for doing nothing !

4 Marto { 05.31.10 at 1:39 pm }

Reality Raver, I am calling you a muppet for thinking that ANY television show involving that disgraceful Jacenko is worthy of being on our screens.

You are too stupid to insult.

5 Reality Raver { 05.31.10 at 1:45 pm }

Marto – I don’t know anything about her, except the fracas I read about with her sister. I am just interested because it is a new genre that Australia production companies are dabbling in for them.