FOX revives controversial 'Swan' with celebrities
Producers said to be eyeing Monica Lewinsky and 'Happy Days' actress Erin Moran
FOX bosses have plans to revive reality makeover show "The Swan" with celebrities. In 2004, the network was under fire for the program, which featured two "ugly ducklings" each episode as they went on a journey of undergoing a full mental and physical makeover, which included intense plastic surgery.
Over a three-month period, the women met with a coach, therapist, trainer, dentist and cosmetic surgeons. At the end of the season, all the women competed in a beauty pageant against each other. Nine years later, execs have decided to resurrect the program, but will feature female celebrities looking to reinvent themselves for a comeback, according to Deadline.com.
Celebrity Swan producers are eying ladies including former White House intern Monica Lewinsky and "Happy Days" actress Erin Moran for the series. The program is slated to begin production this spring and the two-hour special will air later this year.