The third episode aired last night, and the inseparable blondes live-catered a wedding for a VERY trusting couple.
Buzzfeed caught the SpeidiShow
“Netprov basically extends what ‘reality stars’ do all the time — only it allows the fans to help tell the story,” Pratt told BuzzFeed
HuffPost posted it
Which is why their brilliant — and successful — experiment is so infuriating.
InTouch got it
Spencer and Heidi explained that their revolutionary new form of entertainment takes on an interactive format rather than a traditional series, using a new technique called “netprov”—which combines improvisational theater with live tweeting.
MTV looked again
“SpeidiShow is just as real as [people’s] image of us,” Spencer told Us. “People have tried little Twitter tricks, but this is bigger. It’s a whole interactive world — the show, the backstory, the on and offscreen drama, made out of a huge online collaborative improv game.”
UsMagazine talked with us, too
Montag tells Us. “Now fans can help us create new versions of Speidi.”
New York Magazine’s The Cut came to play
Aura Babies are the New Celebrity Babies . . . You must never ask if a woman is with an Aura Baby, though Montag has promised that Pratt will carry this couple’s Aura Baby to term.
SpeidiShow — it’s as real as you make it.