DEE SNIDER, BRET MICHAELS Interviewed For VH1's 'Undateable'
TWISTED SISTER's Dee Snider and POISON's Bret Michaels are among the celebrities who were interviewed for "Undateable", a new five-hour VH1 special that will look at all things men do wrong in dating. Premiering May 10 on VH1, the show is based on the upcoming book "Undateable: 311 Things Guys Do That Guarantee They Won’t be Dating or Having Sex" written by Ellen Rakieten and Anne Coyle.
Ellen Rakieten spent the last 23 years as a key force in creating "The Oprah Winfrey Show" and Anne Coyle is an award-winning advertising copywriter.
VH1's "Undateable" TV show shows men how to avoid wearing the wrong things, doing the wrong things and of course, saying the wrong things that are all instant warning signs to women. VH1's "Undateable" will be invaluable in helping teach men about their mistakes and women about what indiscretions are just "red flags" and which are the absolute "kiss of death." So put away the Bluetooth, shave that goatee, put the dad jeans in the closet and join VH1 to learn about the things men do that make them "undateable."
Executive producing "Undateable" for VH1 are Ellen Rakieten, Shelly Tatro, Karla Hidalgo and Jeff Olde.
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