Despite being fan favorites on one of the most popular reality shows in cable television history, Storage Wars couple Jarrod Schulz and Brandi Passante have gone out of their way to keep their private life just that… until now! A&E announced earlier today that the “Young Guns” will be getting their own special titled “Brandi and Jarrod: Married to the Job” airing on April 22. YUUUUUPPPP!
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Storage Wars Season 5 premieres on March 18 and the show’s original “Young Guns,” Jarrod Schulz and Brandi Passante, hosted a big bash at their Now & Then Second Hand Store in Orange, California on Saturday to celebrate. Brandi and Jarrod were joined by the show’s auctioneers, Dan and Laura Dotson, as well as a brand new cast mate and “Young Guns” team member: Jarrod’s gigantic bushy beard!
A&E officially announced today that the original band of storage locker warriors will be back for another round as Storage Wars Season 5 premieres March 18 with two brand new back-to-back episodes starting at 9/8c. Although fans will be seeing bidding mainstays Brandi, Jarrod, Casey, Rene, Darrell and Ivy doing battle, they won’t be treated to more antics from charismatic jokester Barry Weiss — not until 10/9c that is! Yupppp! Barry Weiss hand landed his own show! Keep reading for all the details.
The original crew of storage locker bidders are back at it again as A&E begins filming Storage Wars Season 5 in and around the Los Angeles area! Keep reading to find out which cast members are definitely going to be back and which beloved bidder appears to have left the show.
In recent seasons, Storage Wars has quietly shuffled in and out some bidders, presumably to find a fitting replacement for Dave Hester. But, new reports claim even more shuffling has gone on behind the scenes — and an actual fan favorite prepares to move on.
Late last year internet uber douche Hunter Moore posted a fake sex tape video of Storage Wars star Brandi Passante online and then began to taunt her about it on Twitter. Brandi filed suite in October, and on Friday a judge ruled in her favor, mandating that the video be removed. Surprisingly, Brandi didn’t get anywhere near the $2.5 million in damages she was seeking. Keep reading to find out how much she did get!
Though she has become a huge star alongside partner Jarrod Schulz on A&E’s popular reality series Storage Wars, Brandi Passante prefers to keep to herself when the A&E cameras stop rolling. Recently she gave an interview to MyLifetime.com and also did a lengthy Q&A with fans during the most recent season premiere in which she answered every kind of question under the sun, including: Is she married to Jarrod? Was she a stripper? Are her boobs real? Does she miss Dave Hester? How funny is Barry really? And what’s her favorite toothpaste?
Storage Wars “Young Guns” Jarrod Schulz and Brandi Passante have expanded their growing retail empire with the Grand Opening of their second Now & Then thrift store, this one located in Long Beach, California. The big event was held Saturday under sunny skies where Brandi, Jarrod, their kids, Storage Wars auctioneer Dan Dotson and co-star Barry Weiss were all in attendance as a large crowd shopped through a an inventory of used merchandise, some of which was purchased at storage auctions on the show!
Storage Wars stars Brandi Passante and Jarrod Schulz have run a successful secondhand store in Orange, California for right around three years. Now, the popular bickering duo are expanding their empire into Long Beach, California with a brand new store location!
Brandi Passante and partner Jarrod Schulz are the “Young Guns” on the A&E hit reality show Storage Wars, but despite the show’s huge success, Brandi has managed to keep her personal life very private. So, imagine her surprise when she received a tweet from notorious internet “stalker porn” king Hunter Moore’s “Is Anyone Up” Twitter account that read “Love the pics” with a link to pornographic images and a video purporting to be Brandi Passante! As you would imagine, Brandi was shocked and has since filed a lawsuit against Moore U.S. District Court in Central California.