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Hollywood Hillbillies: 'Gingers Do Have Souls' Kid Lands Own Reality Show After Viral YouTube Video, Honey Boo Boo to Compete? WATCH CLIP from Michael Kittrell's 'South Park' Rant

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(Photo : Facebook) New reality show "Hollywood Hillbillies" will debut on ReelzChannel in January.

The "Gingers Do Have Souls" kid now has his own TV show called the "Hollywood Hillbillies."

According to Zap2it, ReelzChannel announced that "Hollywood Hillbillies" will follow YouTube sensation Michael Kittrell and his family while they move from Grayson, Ga. to Hollywood to spend money they say they made on the Internet.

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"Hollywood Hillbillies" will follow Kittrell, his grandmother, a.k.a "Mema," Delores Hughes, two other family members, John Cox and Dee Dee Peters, and her boyfriend Paul Conion.

"Hollywood has just gained some weight. Country has come to town, and we are 2 tons of fun, let me tell you." Delores' daughter Dee Dee Peters told reporters at the TCA press tour presentation on Sunday, July 18. "We've put the fun in dysfunctional, I'm telling you."

Kittrell is just looking for love.

"I'm single," he said. "So if any ladies out there are looking, they're into redheads ... I'm definitely your man [roars]. I'm a tiger. I'm a lot of fun. I'm not the best‑looking guy, but I'm a lot of fun."

And don't mistake this family to be similar to Honey Boo Boo's whose show has become major hit on TLC.

"She needs to be spanked," said Dee Dee. "I mean, I'm sorry. She's terrible. If I would be acting like that, we would have been buried in the backyard."

Kittrell became an Internet celebrity after his 3-minute YouTube video went viral.

Zap2it describes further:

Michael Kittrell's three-minute heated video response to an episode of "South Park," in which he bemoans being called a "fat ginger," garnered more than 34 million YouTube views, and was parodied may times over. Even the writers of "South Park" took notice and responded back with a clip of their own, animating Michael and some of the famous lines from his rant, including, "It really irritates me when people say that redheads don't have souls. Because we do have souls alright?" And: "I go to church. I'm a Christian. You don't know me. You're not God."

"Hollywood Hillbillies" will debut in January 2014.

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