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A New Supernanny's Coming To America!

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If you have bratty children or you just suck at parenting, direct your eyes over here. Help is on the way!

Lifetime has picked up a brand-new exclusively American version of the Supernanny franchise. That means the families will be American, it will be shot in America and the show's supercalifragilisticexpialidocious nanny will be, yes, American! (Sorry Julie Andrews!)

But first they have to find this extraordinary woman to star in the program! Those who wish to apply need to adhere to the following requirements:

"… a tough, but loving, philosophy to caring for children; ability to determine the roots of highly emotional relationship problems within families in desperate need for help; utilize background and experience to coach parents and kids, alike, with constructive, enlightening and results-driven criticism; proof of U.S. residence…and extensive travel."

Does that sound like you? The feel free to visit myLifetime.com to apply

And could we just put on thing out there, just a smidge of an idea that we think you all might like? How about … SuperMANNY??

Who wouldn't want so super-hot studly man coming to their house care for their children?! OMG! We need to go find a kid right now!!!!

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6 comments to “A New Supernanny's Coming To America!”



  1. 1

    i really like Jo Frost, but she's not a mother. It's much easier to be consistent and calm and all of those great things without the baggage of being a parent.



  2. 2

    Good!! Too many damn British people on American tv



  3. 3

    I am in favor of more of these shows! This is one of the rare reality TV type shows I will sit down and watch.



  4. 4

    Re: kappuhcheenoh – while your view point might change after you have a child (I know mine did) it doesn't automatically make you a good teacher. Jo is a good teacher- therefore amazing for the show. I don't feel like you have to be a parent to be Super Nanny.



  5. 5

    I dont know why all these American shows have British people hosting anyway, like American Idol had Simon, Americas got Talent has Sharon and Piers, and that dance show on Fox has British hosts too….



  6. 6

    "Who wouldn't want so super-hot studly man coming to their house care for their children?!"

    Gee, I don't know, Perez. Hmm… Maybe the wife's HUSBAND?!