Yowch. VH1 reality star Daisy de la Hoya was rushed to the hospital yesterday after suffering a “possible overdose.” Friends called 911 after Daisy started “acting crazy,” and it took more than one strapping EMT to force her into the ambulance. She’s been hospitalized in LA and her weekend appearances have been canceled. [TMZ] — Daisy, we hope you’re okay! For those of you who haven’t memorized every episode of “Rock of Love,” here are the details on the latest lady to get her own dating show.
- Second In Love. De la Hoya first found fame as the runner-up on Season 2 of Bret Michaels’ make-out hair-fest, “Rock of Love.” It turned out that Daisy was double-dipping by still living with her ex, who she supported by stripping. Bret’s bud Heather (the chick he ditched in Season 1) was p.o.’ed, starting a catfight that resulted in Daisy getting the boot. [Hollywood Gossip]
- Second Acts. Since VH1 shows are as contagious as a virus, second place meant that Daisy landed her own show this season, “Daisy Of Love,” in which de la Hoya shares her 15 minutes of fame with a group of 15 dudes, including Swedish metalhead triplets and a man who wears a neon thong. [VH1] — Highlight of the premiere episode: the Swedes’ English translated into subtitles. With umlauts. Because this gal’s got class.
- Sloppy Seconds. Daisy moved on from Bret quickly. She’s been linked to Dave Navarro and everyone’s favorite sloppy seconds, Tommy Lee. Actually, she and Lee are “just friends.” That’s why she’s a regular on Motley Crue’s “Tit-E-Cam” that plays before concerts. [Prefix Mag] — Flashing breasts for money = fastest way to make friends, influence people, and wind up in the ER for “exhaustion.”
- Second Generation. Daisy’s uncle is 10-time world champion boxer Oscar de la Hoya, who was once photographed wearing ladies’ lingerie. Or, as Daisy called them on her show, “man-panties.” [Hollywood Backwash] — As it turned out, the photos were faked. By his stripper ex-girlfriend. This family just gets awesomer and awesomer.
Feel better, Daisy! And then get a job.
Original by: Deborah Stein