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If THAT doesn't get you a reality show, what will! Teen bride Courtney Stodden dons barely-there dress for TV meeting with husband Doug Hutchison

By Alanah Eriksen

Odd pairing: Teen bride Courtney Stodden, 17, and her husband, Green Mile actor Doug Hutchison, 51, head to the MTV offices in Los Angeles to talk about a possible reality show

They've made no secret of the fact they're trying to push a reality show about their bizarre and controversial relationship.

And yesterday, Courtney Stodden clearly wanted to show MTV producers exactly what they'd be getting if they snapped up the series.

The 17-year-old fame-seeker, who still attends school, donned a barely-there black mini-dress as she joined actor husband Doug Hutchison, 51, for a meeting at the network's offices in Santa Monica.

She paired the tight number with a pair of PVC platform, knee-high boots.

Her outfit was a far cry from Doug's who looked dressed for winter in a beanie, leather jacket andf jeans.

The pair, who have a 34-year age gap between them, held hands and laughed together, playing up for the cameras.

They were joined by Courtney's mother and manager, or 'momager', Krista Kellar for the meeting.

She doesn't look 17! The couple were joined by Courtney's mother and manager, or 'momager', Krista Stodden, who looks more like Courtney's sister reported that the couple also visited the VH1 studios.

Courtney told the website: 'I had so much fun at the meeting with VH1 and I can’t wait to meet with MTV people too so my reality show can really get going.'

Her mother added: 'Courtney had fun at the meeting. Anything she does is always filled with laughter.'

It emerged last month the couple were developing a show with producer Roy Bank and Merv Griffin Entertainment. They would then be shopping around for television networks.

Roy is president of television at Merv Griffin Entertainment, and the executive producer behind Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?

Busty girl: Courtney claims she has not had plastic surgery and even had a surgeon perform a series of tests to prove she has not had any procedures. The doctor then told Radar she was '100 per cent natural'

Krista told E! the series will mainly be about the effects of their marriage on their families, and the issues the come up against.

'It's going to show people what they can teach each other from different generations.

'They're going to touch on family issues. There was a lot of judgment about their marriage from Doug's side of the family, so it will touch on bringing families back together and why it's important to support family members even if you don't agree.'

The show will also explore claims made by the attention seeking teen that she is the victim of cyber bullying, while clearing up rumours she had plastic surgery.

Krista said: 'Courtney having to prove to people she was real, that she's never been under a plastic surgeon's knife'

In love: Courtney's mother has previously defended her daughter's new husband, saying 'he is not creepy' despite the 34-year age difference

She had big aspirations: The couple met online when Stodden signed up for acting classes on Hutchison's website

The show is a fall from grace for Doug, who has starred alongside Oscar winner Ton Hanks in The Green Mile in 1999 and has also appeared in Con Air.

The couple married in Las Vegas in May when Courtney was still 16. Nevada law stated that both marriage licence applicants must be 18 but Krista signed a consent form for her daughter.

They met online after Courtney signed up for acting classes on Doug's website.

She had already tried to forge a singing career, making provocative music videos last year when she was just 15.

Courtney recently came under fire for overtly sexual photos on Facebookwhich led to a temporary ban.

Big things ahead: Courtney and Doug hope the network will pick up a reality show about their life as a new married couple



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