P. Diddy Will Do MTV Reality Show
No, it's not going to be called "P. Diddy's in the House." Unlike the enormously popular "The Osbournes," which chronicles the daily personal lives of heavy-metal rocker Ozzy Osbourne and his family, MTV's new reality show, "Making the Band II," will feature rapper-producer Sean 'P. Diddy' Combs's search to find and develop a successful hip-hop group, reports Reuters. Combs, who will star in the show's 10 half-hour episodes in which he and his colleagues will travel to cities across the country for their quest, made it clear at a press conference on Wednesday that the show will not focus on his personal life. "It gives me a chance to have it clear to people what I do," he said, according to Reuters. "That I just don't throw white parties in the Hamptons every day. That I do work 20 hours a day and I am good at what I do." Combs said this is a perfect vehicle for him since he is a recording artist as well as the CEO of Bad Boy Entertainment, whose musical triumphs have included chart-toppers such as the late Notorious B.I.G, Faith Evans, and the R&B group 112. "Making the Band II" is the successor to ABC's "Making the Band," which focused on the creation of the boy band O-Town. The program will premiere on Oct. 12.