BOCA RATON — Former Miami Dolphins cheerleader Lynn Aronberg has had a helluva year.
She’s divorcing Palm Beach State Attorney Dave Aronberg, and the publicity surrounding the divorce — which Republican Lynn blames on Democrat Dave’s dislike of her time spent with Donald Trump at Mar-A-Lago, has landed her so many public appearances that she’s signed on with a talent agent.
Gossip Extra was the first to bring you the story and now even the ladies from The View are weighing in on Lynn’s divorce!
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Now, former NBC Vice President Tom Madden’s Boca Raton-based Transmedia Group says it plans to offer the blossoming “celebrity divorcee for commercials, appearances and spokesperson roles while it develops a reality TV show based on her exciting and glamorous life now bubbling after her highly publicized divorce.”
According to a news release from Transmedia Group: “Everything about Lynn is dazzling and sparkling with non-stop media interest in her every move, so it’s logical and appropriate that we commercialize this in a professionally productive way.”
Lynn has been working on “Trump Times” which will air next year on BBC1, and Madden says has big plans for her.
Madden said Lynn will be traveling to Israel in a few months where he is already arranging for her to meet some of the country’s leading business and government officials to talk about her promoting Israeli products and services in the U.S. market.
“Nobody works harder or more resourcefully than Lynn,” he said, and says he thinks the book club-loving Lynn should write a book called: “I Make A Great Ex-Wife.”