In a bizarre twist, the men must all live with Smiley, who will grill each one and help decide which one is most suitable for his ex-fiancée.
Meanwhile, Jo and Slade may still have feelings for one another. “No one knows Jo better than me, which means that no one probably has more influence over her,” Smiley said in a statement issued by Bravo.
The Real Housewives of Orange County alum Jo De La Rosa is looking for love, and has enlisted the help of ex-husband Slade Smiley. Her friends are setting her up with eligible guys, but the catch is all the men must live with and endure a serious grilling from Smiley, who remains Jo's trusted friend-but are his intentions good?
pursuing a singing career, but her friends think it's time she starts dating again.
Currently, De La Rosa lives in Los Angeles, where she is pursuing her career as a recording artist. Born in Lima, Peru, and an only child, De La Rosa and her parents immigrated to California when she was 3 years old and settled in the Orange County city of Mission Viejo.
A sneak preview of the reality show "Date My Ex: Jo & Slade" tracks the highs and woes of Jo De La Rosa and Slade Smiley's complex romance. pursuing a singing career, but her friends think it's time she starts dating again.
Jo De La Rosa appeared in the first two seasons of Bravo's hit docu-series The Real Housewives of Orange County alongside her then fiancé, Slade Smiley.
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Jo lets Slade have some control over her love life; Slade exhibits some very jealous behavior that leads to sabotage.
Some contestants make sexist remarks about Jo "being auctioned" and previously "belonging" to Slade; many of them seem to look at her as an object.
Parents need to know that this reality dating show -- which follows former The Real Housewives of Orange County cast member Jo De La Rosa as she tries to find romance after breaking up with ex-fiancé Slade Smiley -- includes some sexist comments and other iffy language ("crap," "douche bag").