The Bro's are back! But how well do we really know Nev and Max? Here are 5 surprising facts you need to know 'bout the hosts of Catfish, before the new season starts on MTV.
Nev Schulman and Max Joseph are the stars of MTV’s Catfish show where both of them act as detectives, in the name of the digital world of love. The two take on personal journeys that take them within people who have questions about their online romantic relationships.
Urban Dictionary defines a catfish as someone who pretends to be someone that is not using Facebook, or any other social media to create false identities, particularly to pursue deceptive online romances. And believe it or not, that both hosts of the show have experienced catfishing themselves.
Our favorite, ultimate bromance will be back on March 8th! So that you guys can prepare yourself adequately, we created a list with the top 5 most surprising facts related to Nev and Max, that will get you pumped for the premiere:
1. Max Joseph has taken time off to direct a Zac Efron movie
Max Joseph is absent from the first five episodes of the 4th season of Catfish because he is a director on the movie We Are Your Friends, which stars Zac Efron. As a result, there are celebrity guests who fill in for him. So be excited to see Charlamagne Tha God, Angel Haze, Cassidy Wolf, Alex Shaffer and Tyler Oakley on Catfish soon.
2. Shanee Pink is Nev Schulman’s last reported girlfriend
3. Priscila Joseph is the wife of Max
Priscila is the wife of Max Joseph and she has her own brand called ‘Majo Brasil’, which Max totally supports. Priscila has a passion for photography and modeling and is bilingual.
4. Catfish was modeled after Schulman’s personal story
Nev Schulman made a documentary, that followed him on a personal journey to find a woman with whom he built a romantic relationship with, which was on the social networking website Facebook. Schulman strikes up a relationship with a woman named Megan who has a sister named Angela. It turns out that Megan is not even real and that it’s Angela the entire time. Angela had even said that she had cancer but that was false. The film was well received by critics and basically everyone els, so MTV decided to turn it into a television series. Catfish was born!
5. Catfish has been accused of being fake
Huffington Post once wrote: ‘Some cast members said their online relationships were never romantic and some had their timelines fudged and others weren’t actually talking to their “Internet love.”
Don’t trust those sayings – we confirm 100% that there may be some editing to give it all a better flow, but nevertheless, Catfish is the real deal!!!
Saturday, 28. February 2015