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Southern Charm Auditions?

At least one South Carolina starlet has auditioned for a part on Southern Charm, the Charleston, S.C.-based reality television show that begins filming in the Holy City next month. Multiple sources tell FITS that Kathryn Dennis – the bombshell scion of two prominent Palmetto political families – recently met with…

At least one South Carolina starlet has auditioned for a part on Southern Charm, the Charleston, S.C.-based reality television show that begins filming in the Holy City next month.

Multiple sources tell FITS that Kathryn Dennis – the bombshell scion of two prominent Palmetto political families – recently met with producers of the show.

Dennis, 21, was not immediately available to confirm or deny those rumors – however a source close to one of the show’s producers tells FITS she auditioned for a role and was favorably received. In fact one producer reportedly described her as a “nice find.”

Kathryn Dennis
Kathryn Dennis

Indeed …

Dennis’ pedigreepolitical activism and widely watched extracurriculars have made her one of South Carolina’s most talked about personalities. Then there’s her drop dead gorgeous looks and rock hard body – which is looking better than ever these days.

“She’s been working out,” one of her friends told FITS. “And it shows.”

Our founding editor Will Folks (a.k.a. Sic Willie) – who visited briefly with Dennis last month – vouched for that.

“She looked amazing,” Sic said.

If Dennis gets a role on the show she could appear alongside former South Carolina Treasurer Thomas Ravenel – who is slated to be one of the series’ central characters.

Ravenel – an occasional contributor here at FITS – runs a development company based in the Holy City. He splits his time between Charleston, a plantation in Edisto and Wellington, Florida – where he plays polo.

Also starring in the show? Shep Rose – nephew of former S.C. Department of Public Safety (SCDPS) chief Boykin Rose – and Whitney Sudler-Smith, one of the show’s executive producers. Sudler-Smith is the son of Patricia Altschul, a former Manhattan (now Charleston) socialite.

Other young South Carolina starlets may also appear in the drama – which will feature Charleston’s stately South of Broad mansions as its backdrops.

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48 comments

LEX Resident April 8, 2013 at 7:49 pm

Let’s do a reality show in Lexington! It would star Metts, Meyers, Halfacre, Peeler, James, Owens, Frazier, with cameo appearances from Donna, Cynthia, Angela, Hazel, Tammy, Sandra and Nikki.
The title of the show will be SOUTHERN SHIT!!!!
It will be a trashy success.

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BigT April 9, 2013 at 7:58 am

You sound like Lexington’s version of Boz: You think everybody is corrupt or stupid, unless it’s you and/or FITS.

You’re as stupid and dis-honest as you claim the people you hate are…

Don’t know if they have baggage or not…but I know it is dirty to attack them w/ nothing but the demons in your mind…You, like FITS, just make yourself look corrupted…

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LEX Resident April 9, 2013 at 1:34 pm

Big T,

There will prbably be a part in the show for Village Idiot.

You would be a perfect natural for the part!!

Or could stand in for Frazier?

Have a nice day

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Jay April 9, 2013 at 2:16 pm

Let’s not forget all the fecal matter from columbia that flows upstream into Lexington… Benjamin, McBride, Scott, et al.

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Lexington voter April 9, 2013 at 9:01 pm

This will be GREAT! The spinoff show will feature Frazier and all of the aformentioned Sluts!

The title, “Danny and the HOS”!

It will be a longer running series than the original and will and swamp the Neilsen ratings!

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jimlewisowb April 8, 2013 at 7:49 pm

Would rather watch snails fucking

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shifty henry April 8, 2013 at 11:04 pm

Hmmm, don’t know about snails, but I do know how Smurfs multiply —
—- they SMUCK !

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LEX Resident April 8, 2013 at 7:49 pm

Let’s do a reality show in Lexington! It would star Metts, Meyers, Halfacre, Peeler, James, Owens, Frazier, with cameo appearances from Donna, Cynthia, Angela, Hazel, Tammy, Sandra and Nikki.
The title of the show will be SOUTHERN SHIT!!!!
It will be a trashy success.

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BigT April 9, 2013 at 7:58 am

You sound like Lexington’s version of Boz: You think everybody is corrupt or stupid, unless it’s you and/or FITS.

You’re as stupid and dis-honest as you claim the people you hate are…

Don’t know if they have baggage or not…but I know it is dirty to attack them w/ nothing but the demons in your mind…You, like FITS, just make yourself look corrupted…

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LEX Resident April 9, 2013 at 1:34 pm

Big T,

There will prbably be a part in the show for Village Idiot.

You would be a perfect natural for the part!!

Or could stand in for Frazier?

Have a nice day

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Jay April 9, 2013 at 2:16 pm

Let’s not forget all the fecal matter from columbia that flows upstream into Lexington… Benjamin, McBride, Scott, et al.

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Lexington voter April 9, 2013 at 9:01 pm

This will be GREAT! The spinoff show will feature Frazier and all of the aformentioned Sluts!

The title, “Danny and the HOS”!

It will be a longer running series than the original and will and swamp the Neilsen ratings!

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jimlewisowb April 8, 2013 at 7:49 pm

Would rather watch snails fucking

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shifty henry April 8, 2013 at 11:04 pm

Hmmm, don’t know about snails, but I do know how Smurfs multiply —
—- they SMUCK !

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Livingston April 8, 2013 at 7:55 pm

Well know they will not be interviewing Jean Hoefer Toal. I saw her bitching out somebody a couple of weeks ago at the rear of the old post office building – now her palace. She should know by now we can see her sorry no good ass coming out of old PO from the upstairs windows at the Palmetto Club. The guy just slinked off to his car.

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Livingston April 8, 2013 at 7:55 pm

Well know they will not be interviewing Jean Hoefer Toal. I saw her bitching out somebody a couple of weeks ago at the rear of the old post office building – now her palace. She should know by now we can see her sorry no good ass coming out of old PO from the upstairs windows at the Palmetto Club. The guy just slinked off to his car.

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sonnysboy April 8, 2013 at 8:37 pm

jesus, how much does that hag pay FITS to push her, keep telling everyone she’s famous and talked about and see if you can’t make it true, she makes Kim Kardashian look seem elegant and refined

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sonnysboy April 8, 2013 at 8:37 pm

jesus, how much does that hag pay FITS to push her, keep telling everyone she’s famous and talked about and see if you can’t make it true, she makes Kim Kardashian look seem elegant and refined

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teddy April 8, 2013 at 9:15 pm

bunch of trust fund kids who have never done anything by sniff lines and party (polo doesn’t count), which is typical for a bunch of poseurs.

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BigT April 9, 2013 at 7:58 am

Like Mark Sanford..

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teddy April 8, 2013 at 9:15 pm

bunch of trust fund kids who have never done anything by sniff lines and party (polo doesn’t count), which is typical for a bunch of poseurs.

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BigT April 9, 2013 at 7:58 am

Like Mark Sanford..

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Smirks April 8, 2013 at 9:29 pm

Who honestly cares about any of these people?

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annefair April 9, 2013 at 10:51 am

Without these people, who would stomp through shit to repair those polo field divots?Everyone has a purpose in life.Bless their hearts.

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Smirks April 8, 2013 at 9:29 pm

Who honestly cares about any of these people?

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annefair April 9, 2013 at 10:51 am

Without these people, who would stomp through shit to repair those polo field divots?Everyone has a purpose in life.Bless their hearts.

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Fleet April 8, 2013 at 9:49 pm

I’d rather watch Amish Mafia, and I’m not Amish, nor in the mafia.

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shifty henry April 8, 2013 at 11:26 pm

Yes —- they exist

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Fleet April 8, 2013 at 9:49 pm

I’d rather watch Amish Mafia, and I’m not Amish, nor in the mafia.

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shifty henry April 8, 2013 at 11:26 pm

Yes —- they exist

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9" April 9, 2013 at 3:18 am

get it while you can,bitch. you working on some melanoma?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mdIWaRi-7c

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9" April 9, 2013 at 3:18 am

get it while you can,bitch. you working on some melanoma?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mdIWaRi-7c

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Earl Crapps April 9, 2013 at 7:27 am

Wes Donehue could be on it as the token gay

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Earl Crapps April 9, 2013 at 7:27 am

Wes Donehue could be on it as the token gay

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2big2fall April 9, 2013 at 8:24 am

I would rather spend my limited TV time learning from someone like Bill Moyers than watching a pathetic bunch of hedonistic narcissists engage in a lame attempt to further degrade the intelligence of the viewing public.

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2big2fall April 9, 2013 at 8:24 am

I would rather spend my limited TV time learning from someone like Bill Moyers than watching a pathetic bunch of hedonistic narcissists engage in a lame attempt to further degrade the intelligence of the viewing public.

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Trout r limited April 9, 2013 at 8:55 am

I’d rather watch Roland Alston and 80’s re-runs of Rudy Manke identifying spotted salamanders. If I want to smack the monkey internet free porn in HD is quick and effective.

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Trout r limited April 9, 2013 at 8:55 am

I’d rather watch Roland Alston and 80’s re-runs of Rudy Manke identifying spotted salamanders. If I want to smack the monkey internet free porn in HD is quick and effective.

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Squishy123 April 9, 2013 at 9:19 am

Why are you so infatuated with this Dennis chick? She’s nothing but a rich white-trash, she’d probably fit better in with the folks at Myrtle Manor.

I don’t know who’s talking about her because I’ve never heard of her before or since other than on this blog.

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Squishy123 April 9, 2013 at 9:19 am

Why are you so infatuated with this Dennis chick? She’s nothing but a rich white-trash, she’d probably fit better in with the folks at Myrtle Manor.

I don’t know who’s talking about her because I’ve never heard of her before or since other than on this blog.

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Thebeachisback April 9, 2013 at 9:39 am

Boycott Big T!

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Thebeachisback April 9, 2013 at 9:39 am

Boycott Big T!

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Limp hand April 9, 2013 at 1:27 pm

They can interview me about the Hunley and Lee’s surrender:

On this day in 1865, General Robert E. Lee surrendered the Army of Northern Virginia to the General of the United States Armies, Ulysses S. Grant, effectively ending the Civil War.

Lee and Grant’s armies had converged in Appomattox, Virginia, and
fighting began at dawn; within a few hours, Lee realized his troops were
outnumbered and surrounded. His choice was to commit most of them to
slaughter and ensure a continuing guerrilla-style war, or to surrender
with dignity. “There is nothing left for me to do but to go and see
General Grant, and I would rather die a thousand deaths,” he told his staff.

Lee dressed in a crisp, new uniform, including a red silk sash, gloves, and
a ceremonial, jeweled sword. He feared that he would be taken as a
prisoner of war, he said, and wanted to look his best. Riding his horse
Traveller to the front lines, he stood under a flag of truce in full
view of the Union army, and requested a meeting with Grant. When the
reply came that a meeting would do no good, Lee responded to tell Grant
that he wanted to discuss the question of surrender. It was a full hour
before a ceasefire was ordered, and almost another before Lee’s letter reached Grant.

When he did receive the request, Grant — younger, less experienced, and
until just a few years prior an undistinguished soldier and unsuccessful
businessman — immediately grasped the importance of the moment.
Although President Lincoln had expressly ordered that only he was to
negotiate peace and it was Grant’s job only to fight, Grant seized the
opportunity. Lee, he wrote back, should choose the time and place for
their meeting. This gesture allowed Lee to retain a bit of power, and
therefore dignity. Grant had no intention of taking him as a prisoner, or anyone
else.

Lee’s aide found an abandoned brick house in town for the meeting.
Lee entered the house alone and waited in the parlor; Grant and a dozen
of his generals and officers arrived soon after. Grant, who’d expected
only battle when he rose that morning, was dressed in a private’s coat
splattered with mud.

They had both served in the Mexican-American War, and Grant reminded
Lee that they’d once met. They reminisced about it, for almost a half an
hour — Grant wrote that he’d been enjoying their talk so much he’d
nearly forgotten the reason for their meeting, but he also admitted that
he’d been embarrassed to have to bring up the subject of surrender.

Grant assured Lee that the terms of surrender would be simple: Lee’s
army was to hand over their arms. Grant continued to talk, going on
about the prospects for peace and reconciliation, his hopes for a united
country.

After the terms had been written and signed, Lee rode slowly back to
his camp, where he met soldiers lined up along the road. They were
cheering wildly. He began to cry, and as his men saw the tears, their
shouts fell silent. Men sobbed. Some fell to their knees; others patted
Lee’s horse for comfort as he passed.

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Limp hand April 9, 2013 at 1:27 pm

They can interview me about the Hunley and Lee’s surrender:

On this day in 1865, General Robert E. Lee surrendered the Army of Northern Virginia to the General of the United States Armies, Ulysses S. Grant, effectively ending the Civil War.

Lee and Grant’s armies had converged in Appomattox, Virginia, and
fighting began at dawn; within a few hours, Lee realized his troops were
outnumbered and surrounded. His choice was to commit most of them to
slaughter and ensure a continuing guerrilla-style war, or to surrender
with dignity. “There is nothing left for me to do but to go and see
General Grant, and I would rather die a thousand deaths,” he told his staff.

Lee dressed in a crisp, new uniform, including a red silk sash, gloves, and
a ceremonial, jeweled sword. He feared that he would be taken as a
prisoner of war, he said, and wanted to look his best. Riding his horse
Traveller to the front lines, he stood under a flag of truce in full
view of the Union army, and requested a meeting with Grant. When the
reply came that a meeting would do no good, Lee responded to tell Grant
that he wanted to discuss the question of surrender. It was a full hour
before a ceasefire was ordered, and almost another before Lee’s letter reached Grant.

When he did receive the request, Grant — younger, less experienced, and
until just a few years prior an undistinguished soldier and unsuccessful
businessman — immediately grasped the importance of the moment.
Although President Lincoln had expressly ordered that only he was to
negotiate peace and it was Grant’s job only to fight, Grant seized the
opportunity. Lee, he wrote back, should choose the time and place for
their meeting. This gesture allowed Lee to retain a bit of power, and
therefore dignity. Grant had no intention of taking him as a prisoner, or anyone
else.

Lee’s aide found an abandoned brick house in town for the meeting.
Lee entered the house alone and waited in the parlor; Grant and a dozen
of his generals and officers arrived soon after. Grant, who’d expected
only battle when he rose that morning, was dressed in a private’s coat
splattered with mud.

They had both served in the Mexican-American War, and Grant reminded
Lee that they’d once met. They reminisced about it, for almost a half an
hour — Grant wrote that he’d been enjoying their talk so much he’d
nearly forgotten the reason for their meeting, but he also admitted that
he’d been embarrassed to have to bring up the subject of surrender.

Grant assured Lee that the terms of surrender would be simple: Lee’s
army was to hand over their arms. Grant continued to talk, going on
about the prospects for peace and reconciliation, his hopes for a united
country.

After the terms had been written and signed, Lee rode slowly back to
his camp, where he met soldiers lined up along the road. They were
cheering wildly. He began to cry, and as his men saw the tears, their
shouts fell silent. Men sobbed. Some fell to their knees; others patted
Lee’s horse for comfort as he passed.

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mph April 9, 2013 at 1:59 pm

Sigh. I put these people in the same category as the Myrtle Manor crowd. Trash in jorts and halter tops. Trash in Brooks Brothers and Lilly Pulitzer. Embarrassing.

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mph April 9, 2013 at 1:59 pm

Sigh. I put these people in the same category as the Myrtle Manor crowd. Trash in jorts and halter tops. Trash in Brooks Brothers and Lilly Pulitzer. Embarrassing.

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think twice April 9, 2013 at 3:17 pm

“Other SC starlets?” I’m sure Franz wishes she could be in it.

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think twice April 9, 2013 at 3:17 pm

“Other SC starlets?” I’m sure Franz wishes she could be in it.

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