Blonde bombshell and "celebreality" vixen, Megan Hauserman is looking for love -- but not with any average Joe. Megan has her eye, mind and heart set on one type of man... a millionaire! Unfortunately, Megan's had her heart broken by Bret Michaels in Rock of Love 2 and lost out on the million dollar check in I Love Money. But now she's back with vengeance to find both love and money with the goal of becoming the ultimate trophy wife. This summer, Megan will put 18 millionaires to the test as they compete for her affection in Megan Wants a Millionaire. Megan's millionaire suitors will compete in challenges ranging from going head to head in a high roller Las Vegas tournament to shelling out money in a date auction. Whoever wins the challenge, will win a date with Megan. But, it won't just be any date. The millionaires will be given the chance to "upgrade" their date. How about driving Megan to dinner in an Aston Martin, instead of an Escalade? Or why not take a helicopter ride to Catalina Island instead of the ferry? One by one, Megan will eliminate the guys who can't shell out the dough, until the ultimate millionaire is left.

Megan Wants a Millionaire - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2009-08-02

Megan Wants a Millionaire - I Love Money (season 1) - Netflix

I Love Money is a reality television game show that aired on VH1. The show was created by The Surreal Life executive producers Cris Abrego and Mark Cronin. The contestants on this series are from the first two seasons of Flavor of Love, I Love New York and Rock of Love, and are competing in physical and mental challenges in an attempt to win $250,000. Production started in early February 2008, and concluded in March 2008. The show premiered on July 6, 2008 and the casting special aired on July 1. The show is hosted by Craig J. Jackson. The winner of the competition was Nicole Alexander, also known as Hoopz.

Megan Wants a Millionaire - Pole Riders in the Sky - Netflix

First aired September 14, 2008 The episode begins with Real waking up with Hoopz sleeping next to him. Real claims he feels like he can be with Hoopz with the rest of his life and gives her a bouquet of flowers. The next challenge requires the remaining 8 contestants to cling onto stripper poles suspended over water, which is based on the Rock of Love and Flavor of Love girls constant stripping. The first person to fall off will automatically go home while the last person will be Pay Master. Real and Entertainer struggle, but Real climbs back up the pole while The Entertainer falls off and is automatically out of the game. Then Whiteboy starts to struggle and cannot stay on the pole and falls off, then Pumkin cannot get a good position and jumps off, and then Real starts to slide down to the bottom of the pole and climb back up continuously but could not keep climbing up the pole any longer and slides off, not long after Brandi C struggles to find a comfortable position on the pole and slides off. Toastee starts to struggle to find a comfortable position on the pole and tries to hang on longer but because Megan is still on the pole, she decides to jump off. The remaining two people are Hoopz and Megan. Megan maintains her pose while Hoopz starts to feel unsure. Cheered on by Whiteboy and Real, Hoopz climbs higher on the pole and continues to hold her pose. After 40 minutes, Hoopz proceeds to try to convince Megan to go ahead and fall. Hoopz gives Megan her word that she would not be eliminated. Megan falls in the water, making Hoopz the Paymaster. Entertainer says it's been an amazing experience and gets his check voided and leaves.

The contestant won the challenge and became Paymaster.     The contestant lost the challenge, but did not finish in last place.     The contestant placed last in the challenge, and their check was automatically voided.

Pumkin and Toastee decided to convince Brandi C. to turn against Megan and vote her into the box, since, with the Entertainer gone, the secret alliance has nobody else to target, leaving them to go against each other. Brandi is upset at what Pumkin and Toastee are telling her, and tells Megan about their plan. Megan declares war. Megan lies to Whiteboy saying Toastee wants him gone, which Toastee denies. Whiteboy does not know whom to believe. The next day in the vault, Whiteboy does not vote at all, not deciding who's right. Real puts himself in the box in order to get closer to Hoopz. Pumkin, Toastee and Real vote Brandi and Megan into the box. Megan is mad at Whiteboy for not voting at all. Hoopz is being advised to eliminate Megan, in spite of giving her word not to, and ruminates over the issue. Before leaving to go on the power outing, Brandi makes a comment to Pumkin and Toastee about them eating a lot and Pumkin screams at her on the stairwell. Megan overhears the fight, rushes to Brandi's defense and a wild food fight ensues. Hoopz, Whiteboy and Real just stand around, enjoying the fight. On the power outing, the four contestants ride horses on the beach. Real is excited because he loves horses. Brandi C. and Megan are scared because they know Hoopz will eliminate one of them and they try to enjoy their final time together while it lasts. Megan tells Hoopz that they do not belong in the box and Pumkin and Toastee do. Hoopz agrees. On the one on one, she talks to Real. Real says he loves her and feels a deep connection with her. He gets on one knee and proposes to her with a ring he got from Chance earlier. Hoopz is shocked and flattered, but feels awkward since she has a boyfriend back at home. She also does not want to be distracted from her main purpose: winning the money. She does not answer him. Back at the house, Hoopz tells Whiteboy about Real's proposal. Whiteboy finds this absolutely hilarious and can barely keep a straight face when Real enters the room. Hoopz still does not have the answer. Upstairs, Brandi C. cries because she knows she and Megan are about to be separated, and Megan comforts her. At elimination, Pumkin is excited because she is certain either Megan or Brandi will go home, and she gets to gloat. Toastee wants Brandi to go home because she's a “coward and a baby”. Before Craig lets Hoopz start giving out checks, Brandi C. tearfully stops him right in the middle of his speech and tells him she wants to quit. Craig gives her a chance to think over this impulse but Brandi is sure. She quits and her check is voided. She hugs Megan and leaves, saying no amount of money is worth more than a friend she will have for life. While everyone seems to think Brandi's decision saves Hoopz the trouble of deciding who will leave, Craig informs them that they have to go back to the vault and vote somebody else into the box since there have to be three people up for elimination. Hoopz retains the privilege to send a person home, which would be shown in the next episode. Challenge: The Pole Dance Winner/Pay Master: Hoopz Loser/Eliminated: The Entertainer Bottom 3: Megan, Real, Toastee Eliminated: Brandi C. (quit), Toastee Reason For Elimination The Entertainer - Entertainer came in last place in the challenge. Brandi C. - Brandi quit to save Megan and could not stand being in the house with Pumkin and Toastee. Toastee - After Brandi quit, the paymaster still needs to eliminate someone and because there's only two people eligible for elimination, the group (except for the paymaster, Hoopz) have to vote someone else into the box, in which everyone voted for Toastee. Hoopz then eliminates Toastee as she was part of Chance's elimination and that she gave her word to Megan to save her. (Toastee's elimination was not shown until the beginning of the next episode).

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