Just when you thought reality shows on VH1 could not get any crazier, a new series called Walk of Shame Shuttle debuted Wednesday night. The idea behind the show was introduced by former University of Michigan student, Kellyann Wargo.
Being the only one of her friends in college with a car, Wargo would often receive drunken calls from her friends asking for rides in the wee hours of the morning. Rather than continuing to drive for free, Wargo now gets paid to save strangers from a miserable “walk of shame” and drop them at designated locations similar to Uber or Lyft.
“Kellyann’s business plan is simple. If you call her the morning after, she’ll pick you up, give you bottled water and drive you anywhere in Ann Arbor for $5 with no judgment and a complimentary high five. It’s the cheapest therapy session you will ever have in your life.” – Vh1
Along with the help Wargo gives to her clients, the laughter viewers get from tuning in is the gift that keeps on giving. While driving her clients around Ann Arbor, viewers get to hear some of the most outrageous stories about one-night stands from the night before.
Within the first 10 minutes of the show, clients reveal jaw-dropping information about their nightly adventures. From men obsessed with spitting, terrible Tinder dates gone wrong, arm pit fetishes and stories about men locking their “junk” in a cage, this show is bound to make you say…
Check out this hilariously ridiculous clip from the show:
So if you ever get to a point where you are feeling down about your terrible love life, tune in to Walk of Shame Shuttle every Wednesday at 9 p.m. on VH1.
Trust me, we all need a little bit of scandalous television in our lives.