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Michelle “Bombshell” McGee, Jamie Jungers to host “Cheaters” reality show?

So believe the creators of a new program who reportedly approached McGee and Jungers, according to TMZ.

Of course, McGee and Jungers are famous (or infamous) for allegedly hooking up with married celebrities Jesse James and Tiger Woods, respectively. But in this scenario, they would be the hosts of a new show called “Celebrity Cheaters” that is being shopped around by creator Bobby Goldstein, creator of the original “Cheaters.” TMZ says the point of the show would be to “catch celebrity cheaters with their pants down.” Ironically, early reports about McGee state that she tried out for Goldstein’s “Cheaters” show, but didn’t make the cut.

This news is fairly normal when it comes to other McGee-Junger topics, which have ranged in recent weeks from alleged murder plots to interactive sex games. In other news, LimeLife.com reports that McGee is reportedly getting paid to strip at the Deja Vu Showgirls club in Las Vegas on Friday, April 23. People Magazine adds McGee will pose for photos, sign autographs, and dance topless.

As for the show, Goldstein tells TMZ that nothing has been signed, but McGee and Jungers have been approached and both agreed to the show. Do you think a network will pick the show up? And if it airs, would you watch?

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