Sharon Osbourne will host Charm School 2, which stars Rock of Love’s women

In addition to I Love Money, VH1’s all-star competition between its Love show cast members, the network has also ordered a second season of Charm School.

Instead of the Flavor of Love women being taught by Mo’Nique, the new season will feature Rock of Love cast members being trained by former Osbournes star and current America’s Got Talent judge Sharon Osbourne.

The new show will be called Rock of Love Girls: Charm School and air this fall. In a press release, VH1 says the women will compete for $100,000 and “will be refined in hopes to graduate ‘Charm School’ as sophisticated and polite ladies, and “Sharon will attempt to strip the girls of their former rebellious and wild ways.”

When it ended last summer, the first season became VH1’s third-highest-rated hour ever, and Bret Michael’s two seasons were popular, so the renewal makes sense.

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