This means that, at some point, the publishers of the world's best-selling product guide for guitarists and bassists thought to themselves: Daisy De La Hoya is tired. After all, it's not easy entertaining a slew of bachelors with names such as 12 Pack and Big Rig, as this reality TV star is forced to do every week in the VH1 series Daisy of Love.
We're one month away from the premiere of Daisy of Love, the Daisy de la Hoya reality show that is likely to make For the Love of Ray J seem mature and tame.
In an exclusive interview with VH1, Daisy explains that there was a line between Daisy on TV and the real-life Daisy. I haven’t decided yet because right now I’m just finishing up some up um pre-college stuff.
The musicians opens up her substance abuse and her journey to reconnecting with her estanged mother after 13 years. I would really like to go to Australia but we’ll see uh what happens and where I can go. Were you pursuing music and acting before you found reality TV?
"Their first official date was two weeks ago, but they'd been hanging out a little while before that. Corey Feldman came, too."De la Hoya apparently wanted to help Haim with his struggles.
"Daisy knew Corey was doing a lot of drugs—especially prescription meds," our source says.
Check out our gallery of Daisy and her style evolution; her makeover is absolutely severe and we love it!
Daisy de la Hoya stole America’s hearts on the second season of Rock of Love with Bret Michaels.
Things appeared to be looking up for Corey Haim when he died.The petite singer got her own show, Daisy Of Love, and is still making music in Los Angeles with her band, Black Star Electra.We’ve been curious where Daisy (and the other ladies of Rock) ended up and what she looks like and now we unearthed some surprising new photos of the reality star.Former child star Corey Haim, who passed away yesterday morning, had eight film projects in the works and was dating a new love interest before he died.That being Daisy de la Hoya of VH1's Daisy of Love fame.