Recently, Vivica Fox released her first book titled Every Day I’m Hustling. The book has been described as a personal book with a message Fox passionately believes in: that you make your own luck, that you never ever wake up in the morning thinking somebody’s going to call you and offer you that part or ask you out on that date that’s going to change your life, that you have to wake up and put on your longest eyelashes and fiercest heels and go out and make your life happen yourself. After the book was announced 50 Cent was initially taken back by some of the topics she talked about in the book in relation to their relationship, particularly their sex life and the time she was arrested for violating an order of protection and trespassing at his Connecticut mansion.
Shortly after the book’s release, there was a slight buzz on the streets that Vivica was in talks with CBS for her own talk show. The buzz is now confirmed with the Television Distribution Network announcing that they have signed a deal with Vivica Fox for her own syndicated talk show called “Face the Truth.” The show will be a conflict-resolution show in which guests reveal their problems to a panel of experts in related subjects who aim to provide constructive feedback. The studio audience will then get the chance to weigh in and vote on who’s at fault in the situation. The show’s current panelist include “Bar Rescue” host Jon Taffer, attorney and advocate Areva Martin, psychologist Dr. Judy Ho, and actress/life coach Rosie Mercado.
Vivica’s show which is scheduled to premiere this Fall, will be produced by Jay McGraw’s Stage 29 Productions, with Jay McGraw, Carla Pennington, Patricia Ciano, and Phil McGraw as executive producers. About the show, executive producer Jay McGraw says, ‘Face the Truth’ is a fresh addition to the television landscape. We have an incredibly talented cast with strong opinions who deliver a show that is entertaining, informative and highly watchable.”