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Morning Poll -- Stupider Idea For Reality TV Show: Bree Olson's Porn-Star Rock Band or Nik Richie?

"Bubble-Butt" Bree Olson, porn star/former Charlie Sheen "goddess," just wrapped up filming a reality TV show that recently made a stop in Scottsdale.

It's about a rock band comprised of porn stars who apparently just get shit-faced and fight people. It's described as "a cross between Jersey Shore and Spinal Tap."

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Just when we though "nobody could possibly come up with an idea for a reality TV show stupider than a porn-star rock band," enter Dirty founder Nik Richie.

Richie, a.k.a. Hooman Karamian, a.k.a. "Corbin Grimes," a.k.a. Mr. Shayne Lamas, has a "plan" for a reality show of his own. It doesn't have a cast yet, or a plot -- or anything but a "working title" -- but it's apparently about Scottsdale's douchebags elite and how douchey interesting they are.

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Frankly -- while we know people would undoubtedly watch either show -- we can't figure out which idea is stupider. So we want to know what you think -- which is the stupider idea for a reality TV show: Bree Olson's porn-star rock band, or Nik Richie...in general?

Cast your vote below.

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