Bravo will air All-Star Reality Reunion with more than 50 stars.

Bravo will bring together “[m]ore than 50 reality TV stars [who] will dish out all the dirt from 20 reality shows,” the network said. The result will be a one-hour special, the All-Star Reality Reunion. The special will be produced by IMG/TWI, and will air later this year. All the cast members will gather in a studio to talk, but hopefully they’ll be compensated well enough so they don’t throw a shit-fit like The Real World cast did at the show’s 10th anniversary reunion.

Producer Robert Horowitz, one of the producers of Manhunt, says, “We are excited to join with Bravo to bring together the largest gathering of reality stars on one stage. The opportunity to unite cast members with other stars from different show cycles will provide entertaining and emotional exchanges. There clearly are unsettled storylines which we hope to raise, while hopefully getting answers to unresolved issues.” With the one-hour format, though, each cast member will have less one minute to talk, so hopefully they’ll dish fast and not fill time whoring their current ventures.

Bravo inks deal with IMG/TWI to bring viewers “Bravo’s All-Star Reality Reunion” [Bravo PR]

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