Terrell Owens To Star In New FOX Reality Show

Terrell Owens To Star In New FOX Reality Show
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With his playing days all but behind him, Terrell Owens is taking his talents to the tube. According to PegasusNews.com, the former NFL receiver, most recently with the Seahawks, is set to star in a new FOX reality TV show, Stars in Danger: The High Dive.

Premiering Jan. 9 at 7 p.m., the show is billed as “the ultimate test for eight celebrities who will step to the edge and take a flying leap, or momentous belly flop, into diving history.”

Overseen by Olympic diving medalist Troy Dumais, the celebrities will first complete a crash-course, then an “intense” training period, and finally a multitude of Olympic-style dives.

Starring alongside Owens will be quite the ensemble cast: the Jersey Shore’s JWoww, professional surfer Bethany Hamilton, actress Alexandra Paul, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Kyle Richards, former actress (and sister of Kyle) Kim Richards, and actors David Chokachi and Antonio Sabato, Jr.

Get your popcorn ready — but only after waiting 30 minutes.

Ashton Tyler | Elite. 

Photo Credit: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

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