The ex-model, ex-CEO and ex-wife of real estate mogul Donald Trump will host a two-hour dating reality special — the working title is "Ivana Young Man" — this fall on Fox. Trump will select eight twentysomething bachelors who will compete for the affection of a successful but lonely fortysomething woman.
"For years, rich older men have traded in their wives for pretty young women with bigger `attributes,"' Mike Darnell, executive vice president of specials and alternative programming for Fox, said in a statement Thursday.
"Thanks to women like Ivana Trump, Demi Moore and Cher, the social norms are changing, and mature women are finding that true love can happen with younger men."
The Trumps' tabloid-frenzy relationship goes something like this: Donald divorced Ivana in 1992, after 12 years of marriage. Following the much-publicized split, Ivana received a hefty sum from the divorce and coined the phrase, "Don't get mad, get everything."
On the show, fiftysomething Ivana will serve as a teacher, expert and guide to the "mature" bachelorette, who will narrow the field of eight down to two and eventually to one. According to Fox, the final choice will be made not by Ivana but by the lovelorn socialite.
Casting for "Ivana Young Man" has already begun.
Donald Trump's "The Apprentice" returns for its second season on Sept. 9. He coined the phrase, "You're fired," on the hit NBC reality show.