"Oh f---, oh my gosh, no," she exclaims with surprise. But Pollard's mother, Michelle Rothschild-Patterson, known publicly as "Sister Patterson," doesn't believe her own daughter is expecting a baby. If Tiffany was pregnant, I would know it," Patterson says.Pollard tries to laugh it off, but her mother doesn't see the humor."I'm used to waking up and making it about me, what I feel like doing. (Head B---- In Charge)", made her a fan favorite when "Flavor of Love" launched in 2006.Maybe it is time for me to just have a baby, it's going to be fun. Pollard was the runner-up for two years in a row on the Public Enemy rapper's show and became briefly engaged to "I Love New York" winners Patrick "Tango" Hunter (season 1) and George "Tailor Made" Weisberger (season 2), but then faded somewhat from the scene., making them one of the most iconic reality TV couples ever and kicking off Tiffany's career as a reality show veteran. But it's been more than a decade since Flav and New York's romance played out on TV, and she exclusively revealed to that she would be open to getting back together with her former flame. Clint Matthew Pollard, 41, from Windermere Park appeared in Wyong Local Court on Wednesday, according to the ABC.
"I know it's gonna change everything, so I think that's the thing I'm worried about the most," she confesses.Let's wish she soon settle down and get married to him and hope we would see them as a husband and wife in future. The first season saw Pauly D and Aubrey O’Day fall in love, with additional cast members leaving the house happy and now in successful relationships.— a lot of celebs owe their short-lived fame to reality TV.in 2017, Johnson will live in a downtown Los Angeles loft with seven fellow celebrities where they will be be pushed to their limits and participate in exercises and challenges all in the name of romance.The seven celebrities will be joined by returning coaches Dr.Central New York native Tiffany "New York" Pollard may have enough drama for her own reality TV show again.