Well Hello There, Ladies

If Jersey Shore has taught us anything, it’s that anybody can be a star.

With that in mind, Palms vice president Jon Gray, his assistant Erin Ketner, and VIP hosts Jason “JRoc” Craig and Elliot Wronski may be destined for reality TV fame.

Oxygen started shooting its newest reality show, Bachelorette Party, at the Palms earlier this month, with the foursome at the center of it all.

The eight-episode series will see eight brides-to-be celebrate their final days of singledom, while Gray and his team do their best to satisfy the bridezillas’ sure-to-be outrageous demands.

Will the bridal parties have the time of their lives, or refuse to speak to each other afterward? You’ll have to wait until the spring premiere to find out—or hang around the resort and hope to see the drama unfold in front of the cameras as it occurs. (Production is scheduled to continue through early December.)

Not surprisingly, the Palms is pulling out all the stops for the series: Rapper Too $hort came in on Nov. 14 to entertain one of the brides-to-be at Ghostbar. And considering the show seems determined to exploit the no-request-is-too-big-or-too-small philosophy, it’s safe to assume that bringing in a well-known rapper is just the first of many demands for which brides-to-be are famous (and feared).

The Palms has seen its fair share of reality TV crews, from MTV’s The Real World (which filmed an entire season on site) to E!’s Playmate-infused hit The Girls Next Door. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills recently shot on property, too (Palms owner George Maloof’s sister, Adrienne, is one of the housewives) and if all goes to plan, Bachelorette Party won’t be the last.