Kodiak Resident Shares ‘Crazy Love’


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One local reality television star is set to make her second appearance on the big screen. Tina Kilborn made her television debut when she was cast as one of the six love-struck women on TLC’s 2013 reality TV series, Alaskan Women Looking for Love. But next week, Kilborn will make a second appearance on television, this time in the premiere episode of My Crazy Love, a new reality series from Oxygen.
“It’s just a show with several different comedians and actors and people telling crazy stories – things that they did to find love.”
Basically, the show highlights the craziest things people have done to get a guy or girl to like them, and reenacts the scenarios with actors. Kilborn’s story is previewed in a new teaser for the show, and will be featured in the premiere episode.

Kilborn said she was first approached about the new show by the producers from Alaska Women Looking for Love, who asked her if she had ever done anything crazy to get a guy.
“And I was like uh, yeah. Story of my life. What do you want to know? Like, which story do you want? So I told them about five or six stories and one in particular had my producer laughing so hard she could not breathe. She had tears rolling down her eyes and she said, ‘yeah, ok, you need to tell your stories.’ So I told her one of my stories – one of my true stories of my crazy life – something I did to get a guy.”
Kilborn actually flew to New York for the filming, which she said only took about four days. The show will premiere next week, and she said it is something anyone and everyone can enjoy.
“And I think everyone is going to be able to relate to it. I mean, everybody has done something a little coo coo to get a guy or a girl. You know, everybody has kind of fibbed a little bit or stretched the truth or went out of their way in some way – everybody has. And that’s why I think it’s a great show for everybody to watch.”
My Crazy Love will premiere at 10 p.m. Eastern on Oxygen October 28.

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