This new reality show, that premiered last night, featured Freedom High Schoolâ€™s students admitting some of their darkest secrets. MTVâ€™s â€śIf You Really Knew Meâ€ť tries to break down the social stigmas so prevalent in todayâ€™s adolescent society. Continue reading below for more on this intriguing reality TV show, including a video.
Cliques are present in every high school, but the aim of the station is to prove that a lot of teens struggle with similar, if not the same issues, no matter who they are. Some people come to this realization on their own, but the show is trying to make it more widespread. Will it work?
You can check out more on MTVâ€™s â€śIf You Really Knew Meâ€ť here and below, after you check out these other hot stories!
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Now back to the reality show that gives us insight into American teens. They have the student body participate in Challenge Day, where they break up the typical groups and have students talk about what their lives are really like. Basically a bunch of confessions come out and kids talk to people they perhaps never would have.
Some are skeptical of the show, saying it wonâ€™t change the world. However, it is a positive thought and why not spread some love. What do you think though of â€śIf You Really Knew Me,â€ť MTVâ€™s latest philanthropic endeavor? Let me know below, after you check out this video of some peopleâ€™s responses to the statement.