On Tuesday, I asked if you guys would watch the rumored reality show being developed by Victoria Beckham, and the response was remarkably split between readers who love Posh and those who hate her. So, depending on your viewpoint, you'll be disgusted or delighted to hear that NBC has confirmed the existence of the Posh series.
According to an announcement from NBC Entertainment President Kevin Reilly, the show is backed by "American Idol" producer Simon Fuller and will premiere this summer with six half-hour episodes following the Beckhams move from Europe to LA. What, you ask, will this riveting show entail? The NBC press release is pretty priceless:
"The series will give viewers a glimpse into what makes Victoria so popular and admired as one of the most glamorous women in the world," said Reilly. "She makes news wherever she goes and our audience can now become insiders in this fascinating personal view of what being 'Posh' truly represents."
I guess I can't argue with the "makes news wherever she goes" thing, since I'm writing about it. But really, what does this woman do all day but shop and pretend to design jeans? Sure, she was a Spice Girl, and she's married to a hot soccer player, but the more I think about it, the more Posh just seems dreadfully, exhaustingly ... boring. What do you guys think? What do you hope to see on this show?