That's Amore! (TV series)

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That's Amoré!
Created by Riley McCormick
Developed by Sally Ann Salsano
Directed by Scott Jeffress
Starring Domenico Nesci
Country of origin  United States
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 6 (7 counting specials)
Production
Executive producer(s) SallyAnn Salsano
495 Productions
Running time 60 minutes (including commercials)
Release
Original network MTV
Original release February 24 – April 6, 2008
External links
Website

That's Amore! is a reality television show that aired on MTV in early 2008. It is a spin-off of MTV's A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila. The show stars Domenico Nesci, who had been a contestant on A Shot at Love. One of the other contestants from the previous show, Ashley McNeely, helps Nesci find his true love as his consigliere. During the run of the series, 15 American women compete for Domenico's heart in a series of challenges. The winner was Megan Mirilovich.

Format[edit]

Similar to A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila, episodes typically include challenges (either team or individual) with a date with Domenico as the prize. Nesci deliberates with Ashley his consigliere near the end of the episode and an elimination ceremony takes place. During elimination, Domenico calls forward the women that he chooses to remain in the mansion and presents them with an Italian flag while asking "Will you be my bambina?"

Although Megan won, she and Domenico didn't stay together, which was reported in an April 2008 issue of "In Touch Weekly" magazine. It said they just moved on with their lives. Megan claimed that there wasn't really any spark between them; however, they are still close friends.

Personal life[edit]

Domenico Nesci is 5-foot-3-inch tall. He was born in the northern Italian city Bergamo, but his parents were from Calabria. He lived in Australia before moving to USA.

Episodes[edit]

  • Special: Domenico's Passport to Love (originally aired February 24, 2008)
  • Ep. 1 Love is in the Hair (originally aired March 2, 2008)
  • Ep. 2 Rival Sirens (originally aired March 9, 2008)
  • Ep. 3 Love Hurts (originally aired March 16, 2008)
  • Ep. 4 Disco Disaster (originally aired March 23, 2008)
  • Ep. 5 Go Kart 4 My Heart (originally aired March 30, 2008)
  • Ep. 6 We're Going to Italy! (originally aired April 6, 2008)

Contestants[edit]

Name Eliminated
Megan Winner
Kim Runner-Up
Kathleen Episode 5
Talor Episode 5
Christina Episode 4
Ashley Episode 3
Missy Giesler[1][2] Episode 3
Rebecca Episode 3
Jessica Episode 2
Cristal (Love) Episode 2
Dominique Episode 1
Hunter Episode 1
Katherine Episode 1
Kristen Episode 1
Nicole Episode 1

Call-out order[edit]

Domenico's call-out order
No. Contestants Episodes
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 Megan Talor Rebecca Talor Kim Megan Megan
2 Kim Missy Megan Kathleen Talor Kim Kim
3 Kathleen Kim Kathleen Megan Kathleen Kathleen
4 Talor Ashley Ashley Kim Megan Talor
5 Christina Christina Kim Christina Christina
6 Ashley Love Missy Ashley
7 Missy Megan Christina Missy
8 Rebecca Kathleen Talor Rebecca
9 Jessica Jessica Jessica
10 Love Rebecca Love
11 Dominique Dominique
12 Hunter Hunter
13 Katherine Katherine
14 Kristen Kristen
15 Nicole Nicole
     The contestant won the competition.
     The contestant won a date with Domenico.
     The contestant won 2 dates with Domenico.
     The contestant won a date with Domenico, but was removed from the competition due to violence.
     The contestant won a date with Domenico, but was eliminated.
     The contestant was eliminated.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Madden, Mekeisha (20 March 2008). "'Fox & Friends' has pals in Metro Detroit". The Detroit News. p. 6.  |section= ignored (help)
  2. ^ "That's Amoré Cast". TV.com. 

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