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The Movie Crypt

Feb 20, 2023

PUBLIC VERSION. Reality TV star and musician Daisy de la Hoya (VH1’s DAISY OF LOVE, ROCK OF LOVE 2) shares her journey with Adam, Joe, and Arwen in this extremely candid conversation about reality TV - a medium that has rarely been covered over the 10 years of THE MOVIE CRYPT podcast so far. From growing up in Colorado in a complicated family situation that saw her setting out on her own at just 15 years old… to accepting the bass player position in a band before she actually knew how to play the bass guitar… to developing a drug habit that she kept hidden from everyone around her… to breaking out of her stagnant situation by moving to Los Angeles and pursuing her dream of becoming a professional actress and singer… to randomly seeking out a casting director for ROCK OF LOVE on MySpace and landing a spot on the show’s 2nd season despite initially being told that the show was already fully cast… to the life changing experience of being a cast member on a hit reality show where a household of women compete to date Bret Michaels (lead singer of POISON)… to the surreal way that she found out that VH1 and production company 51 Minds had created a spin-off series based around her (DAISY OF LOVE)… to watching the world television premiere of her very own TV series from the confines of a rehab center… to the horrifically brutal murder that brought VH1’s reign over reality television to a tragic end… Daisy de la Hoya has been on a uniquely wild ride filled with soaring highs and crushing lows. However, she has never let life's setbacks define who she is or what her story will ultimately be.
Dr. Arwen provides “Hollywood Therapy” for an aspiring filmmaker who fears that an allegedly false accusation may have ended their career before their career has even had a chance to get started and the boys have their burning questions answered about a fox and a skunk in this truly revealing discussion about the real life of one of reality TV’s biggest stars.