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Octo-Mom Nadya Suleman To Appear On MTV

Octo-Mom Nadya Suleman has tried her best to get a reality series and has appeared on American Idol Gives Back as the punch-line to a joke to help raise cash for needy kids. 

Yet, she seemed to have changed her mind about being in the public eye. On her recent appearance on Oprah, she confessed that she was ashamed of taking part in various media projects. “I have been ashamed of myself for going through media outlets to take care of my children. I had never been interested in the media industry before having children.”

Shame fades quickly.

Being on Oprah obviously did not count as media despite its being on TV and now, the mother of 14 will be appearing on your screen  once more on what’s been described as a “zany game show.”

Will she be jumping over logs and forced to eat weird bugs while trapped inside some sort of clear containment box?

Nope. Nadya will play the part of a woman giving birth on MTV’s Silent Library, which is modeled after a Japanese game show and has been referred to as “Jackass… set in an enclosed environment.” 

A spokesman for Suleman told RadarOnline.com: “Yes, I can confirm that Nadya filmed it in New York yesterday (Tuesday) and it was the most fun she has had doing something like that.  Without giving too much away – it was a hospital scene involving giving birth although I’m not sure when MTV will air it.”

Now, I will admit I have seen this show one late night when there was nothing else on and I was half-zoned out from a long day. Basically, 6 high school/college aged  kids compete for a cash prize and have to do stunts or “tests.” The episode I watched involved a guy eating dirt off of a boot, which is far more boring to watch than it even sounds. The goal is to remain silent.  

Maybe one of the contestants will have to not say a word while delivering a faux baby?

No date for air is scheduled right now, but we will keep you posted. Will you watch?

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