TED NUGENT's forthcoming reality show, "Surviving Nugent", will premiere October 5 on VH1. Described as "a two-hour reality-based event that challenges not only the intestinal fortitude of the seven contestants, but also the image of the outspoken rock legend," "Surviving Nugent" features "seven unsuspecting souls have accepted an invitation to enter and survive [Ted's] all-terrain universe for cash and prizes."
The magic seven include a vegan, a gay man, a New Yorker who's not afraid to do a little kissing up, a saucy sex kitten who's not ashamed to use all her assets to get ahead, and a Michigan native who is sure smelling sweet will bring him success.
For one of the seven, a total of $50,000 in cash and tempting prizes lay at the end of the rainbow, but before they reach that pot of gold they must get past the "Motor City Madman." If they pass his muster, they stay and move onto the next challenge. If they don't, the arrow head snaps and they are sent packing.
Viewers can log onto VH1.com for exclusive outtakes from the special and more about Ted and the "lucky seven."
"Surviving Nugent" is executive-produced by Rob Weiss and Alex Campbell for VH1 and Jay Blumenfield and Anthony Marsh for the "Jay and Tony Show".
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