Whereas the leaned heavily into the farce of courtship. There was even a beauty-pageant competition, replete with a swimsuit contest and talent competition!
Episode after episode featured men embodying the worst of the traits that are so commonly attributed to black women on corresponding reality programs — cattiness, dramatics, and underhanded antics for the sake of camera time and Pollard’s adoration. But the significance of New York’s run lies beyond her show’s entertainment value.
“You’re my rock,” she tells them, showing her emotional support while still making it all about her at the same time in classic reality-TV fashion.
After unsuccessfully finding lasting romance on Flavor of Love and two seasons of I Love New York, Tiffany “New York” Pollard will play host as multiple Prince Charmings compete for each other’s love on The Ex.
Tiffany Pollard was born on 6th January 1982 at Utica, New York in the United States of America.As one of several women competing for Flav’s affection, Pollard brazenly declared early on that she would be the last woman standing, earning the nickname “New York” both for her hometown as well as her distinctly “uptown” demeanor.In short form, New York’s wit and brashness quickly made her a fan favorite with viewers thanks to lines like was a dating competition with Pollard calling the shots.New York stammers through her own tears to one dry-faced dude, “Don’t cry, please don’t cry.” We’re not New York, but we love that you are. Well, we sure hope you enjoyed the experimental docuseries… just announced it's officially coming back for more in 2017!