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Elizabeth Hurley Shows Off Organic Farm On New Reality Show

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Old Mrs. Hurley had a farm, ee i ee i o. And on her farm she killed some lambs, ee i ee i o. Oh, but I joke Elizabeth Hurley…kind of! Ecorazzi previously reported that the British model turned actress had opened her own organic farm in Cirencester, Gloucestershire. And while at first we thought she was harvesting organic vegggies, turns out she was actually introducing an organic meat and lamb product.

Well now it’s been reported that Hurley is set to launch her own reality show about life on the farm. The program will “follow Elizabeth as she goes about her everyday life looking after chickens and sheep.” About swapping her designer clothes for a more humble attire, Hurley said: “People always imagine me with perfect hair. But that’s not who I am. The first time he saw me in the country, my husband found me in wellies, covered in mud.” There’s a joke in there somewhere.

No word yet on if Hurley’s show will play in America, but if it does I’ll be interested to see how they handle the slaughter issue. Surely, “looking after chickens and sheep” is one thing, but I can’t imagine that watching Elizabeth send those same chickens and sheep off to slaughter would make for really great entertainment. Then again…who ever thought Flavor Of Love would work out?

via: femalefirst.co.uk

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