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La La's Full Court Life

By Kari Croop, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

"Real" life after marriage feels childish and overproduced.

TV VH1 Reality TV 2011
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Moving on from the expensive, overblown nuptials she engineered for La La's Full Court Wedding, Vazquez is back with this needless (but generally harmless) sequel series that charts her life as a now-married newlywed and the wife of an NBA basketball star. But for all its attempts to show her "real" life after marriage, the show feels largely manufactured.

In the first episode alone, the show flies in two new characters to help things along: La La's best gal pals, understated singer Kelly Rowland and overgrown wild child Po, who join Vazquez in a trumped-up girls vs. guys bowling match in which the loser has to run naked through the snowy Denver streets. (And you'll never guess who has to strip!) But you also get the sense that, without all the artifice, there wouldn't be much else to see.

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