Her book, Hooking Up With Tila Tequila: A Guide to Love, Fame, Happiness, Success, and Being the Life of the Party was published in 2008.
She has subsequently received negative attention for her support of Hitler, as well as antisemitic and white nationalist comments, In her memoir, she would later explain that she felt "confused" and "lost" from various personal family and environmental issues.
It also helps that reality producers put people in the most RIDICULOUS dating circumstances ever. ” “Are you sure people will watch more than one of these? Oh, that, and the obligatory run off into the sunset with the mother waving them goodbye. Either way, watching people date in a pitch-black room is . Said exes talk to the dater through an earpiece, guiding the conversation topic. If the dater is in the car, the two go on a second date paid by the show. Oh, and did we mention Jillian Barberie hosted this all? So yes, they all totally choose love — that is, a love affair with some BENJAMINS. This VH1 show was a behind the scenes documentary of the making of Ray J’s sex tape with Kim Kardashian. , Frank “The Entertainer” Maresca tried to find love… 15 female contestants moved in with Frank and his parents, making it a true basement affair. The suitors say amazingly ridiculous things like “I am Eddie and I’m hot enough to get away with saying that I love Ryan Seacrest” and “I’m Brian, I’m Black and Italian, which might make me the first real Italian stallion.” You can’t make this stuff up, except you know MTV probably did. We implore you to just start being socially inept and shouting “NEXT” whenever you have a lack of interest in anyone. Another terrible MTV dating show involving parents. One woman dates 14 bachelors, and each week eliminates them by not only who she thinks she doesn’t have a connection with, but which ones she thinks are gay. Then host Mark De Carlo would quiz the guys and the girls on the dates. So then, what — we’re watching a show where a bunch of people get together and cheat on one another?
She eventually assembled a band called Beyond Betty Jean, for which she was singer and songwriter.
Beyond Betty Jean eventually broke up and Nguyen started working in recording studios to sharpen her vocal skills and wrote music.
Born in Singapore and raised in Houston, Texas, Tequila moved to Los Angeles in 2001 to pursue her modeling career.
After being featured in numerous men's magazines (including Playboy, Stuff and Maxim), she made her reality television debut on the VH1 show Surviving Nugent (2003).
Besides her career in modeling and television, Tequila also pursued her career as a recording artist and author.