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Bravo sets up shop in Texas again with 'Courtney Loves Dallas'

Posted 8:59am on Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2012

Just when you thought it was safe to go back to Sfuzzi again.

The Bravo network has just announced that one of the stars of the "Most Eligible: Dallas" reality show, which followed the lives and loves of a group of Dallas young professionals, is getting her own series. Courtney Kerr, whose "will they or won't they" relationship with former UT football player and man-about-Uptown Matt Nordgren was one of the major plot points of "Eligible," is the star of "Courtney Loves Dallas," set to premiere in 2013.

If you're wondering just exactly what she's going to be doing, the Bravo press release says it better than I ever could: "Breakout star Courtney Kerr of 'Most Eligible Dallas' navigates the lively Dallas social scene with her group of sassy, dynamic friends in this docu-series. Juggling her search for the perfect Southern gentleman while trying to make a name for herself in the fashion industry with the growing popularity of her fashion blog, Courtney proves that having it all isn't easy."

Will any of her pals from "Eligible" -- Nordgren, Tara Harper, Drew Ginsburg, Glenn Pakulak (recently featured in dfw.com's hot issue), Neill Skylar -- make appearances? Or has she cut them loose faster than a Porsche on Central Expressway? Is the Sfuzzi patio in Uptown still her favorite hangout?

And before all of you on the western side of the Metroplex start with the jokes about Dallitude and $30K millionaires, remember that Kerr is from Weatherford and was raised in Fort Worth. So maybe she'll venture over to 7th Street or Magnolia Avenue. You may not be able to avoid it.

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