Evelyn Lozada is known for her role on the reality show "Basketball Wives" and now has become the center of attention because she is pregnant for baseball star Carl Crawford and has recently become engaged to him. The entertainment industry is interested in now letting the world know the identity of her fiancee and discussing her upcoming pregnancy but the question for many in the entertainment industry is what direction will she take on her talk show.
Evelyn Lozada's fame has been the product of discussing her past relationships with professional athletes Antoine Walker and Chad Johnson but one cannot expect her to consider talking about her current relationship with Carl Crawford on television so there must be an 'exit' plan but what direction could that be?
Television and movie directors and producers see Evelyn Lozada as someone who has become famous talking about her life as a partner but now she must prove to casting agents that she is someone who can carry a show on her own. Some entertainment insiders think that Evelyn Lozada may take the time to re-create her own version of the cancelled "Baseball Wives" show now that she will soon become Mrs. Carl Crawford and while there may be some who decry the creation of another reality show this might be the best move for Evelyn Lozada.
She is one of the few women in Hollywood who can actually claim to have been part of a successful reality show based on the wives of professional athletes as such she could be the leader of the new "Baseball Wives" television show. The presence of Evelyn Lozada would bring a known television star to the show. In addition, the new "Baseball Wives" show would give Evelyn Lozada the opportunity to change her image from someone who is known more for marrying successful professional athletes and instead give the reality show viewing audience of the United States the opportunity to see her as an intelligent, ambitious business woman who happens to be very attractive.
Look out in 2014 for the reality television show "Baseball Wives" starring Evelyn Lozada, it makes too much sense not to happen.