They Don’t Just Talk Ish And Throw Drinks: Reality Star Businesses You Probably Didn’t Know About

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December 3, 2012 ‐ By Meghan Williams
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Many reality stars pursue business ventures – though some more successfully than others. There are those stars like Nene Leakes whose Real Housewives of Atlanta fame catapulted her into A-list stardom with roles on Glee and Celebrity Apprentice. And then there are others who didn’t take advantage of their television opportunity and disappeared into reality TV oblivion with no Plan B to fall back on. We’re not talking about them. Here are fifteen reality stars who you may think have nothing going on but have established somewhat viable businesses when they’re not filming.

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  • No

    Association with a reality stars turns me off of products and services.

  • Myssdee

    With all due respect, I don’t see it for any of them within their business.

    Most of these business ventures are not known due to poor marketing. And another thing, who will want to buy from a reality star that was on Bad Girls Club??? $17.95 for a lipstick…no I rather spend that on M.A.C. lipsticks…sorry.

    The only reality star that I can respect business wise is Bethheny Frankel. She used the reality tv show as her platform for her ventures, connected with the right people, and now has a net worth of 25 million.

  • Myssdee

    With all due respect, I don’t see it for any of them within their business.

    Most of these business ventures are not known due to poor marketing. And another thing, who will want to buy from a reality star that was on Bad Girls Club??? $17.95 for a lipstick…no I rather spend that on M.A.C. lipsticks…sorry.

    The only reality star that I can respect business wise is Bethheny Frankel. She used the reality tv show as her platform for her ventures, connected with the right people, and now has a net worth of 25 million.

  • kierah

    I think that is a great look for Towanda! It will take a while to get off the ground. If she manages to place her students successfully, that can be an excellent business.

  • Na Na

    Wait? Is this article trying to be funny? because all of the business ventures you’ve highlighted have been terribly unsuccessful. Maybe this was a joke.

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