New York and Tailor Made have been living together since the show taped

New York selected Tailor Made on Monday night’s finale of I Love New York 2, and since the series was taped this past summer, George Weisgerber and Tiffany Pollard have been living together. In other words, the show might have actually created a successful relationship.

New York “moved in with Weisgerber and his 12-year-old daughter Asia shortly after taping for the show was completed last summer,” The New York Post reports.

That might not be a surprise to some, as the two have been spotted recently in New York, making out at a nightclub, The New York Daily News’ Ben Widdicombe reports.

“It’s always bewildered me how people end up finding their ‘soul mate’ on a reality show, but then they stay separated for months until the finale airs. I’m all for respecting the integrity of the show, but if you love someone, you can’t let anything or any one come between you,” Weisgerber told the Post. And he said that Tiffany and his daughter are “like peas in a pod. They’ve become very close and like to team up and make fun of me.”

The paper says that the Jan. 6 reunion “was taped two weeks ago” and the two “will reveal their living arrangement” during it.

New York in Love [New York Post]
Tailor Made for New York [New York Daily News]

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