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Finally, a moment where white people can feel uncomfortable because their beliefs on race are truly challenged. We’ll be able to see every moment of their uncomfortableness in the upcoming MTV docu-series, White People

The series was created by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas, who decided to make it his mission to speak with young white people, in what looks like group therapy sessions filled with white tears and guilt. Just looking at the trailer, it really looks like Vargas might make some breakthroughs.

Here are five celebs we’d love to see on the show’s second season.

1. Donald Trump

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Bruh, Trump needs all the help he can get, especially if he’s trying to become the next president of the our very colorful United States.

2. Ann Coulter

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Because Ann Coulter.

3. Paula Deen

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Though she’s worked around Black people for years, her actions prove that she knows absolutely nothing about race. Grab a butter stick, ma’am, and have a seat.

4. Don Lemon

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Okay, so we know Don Lemon is Black, but we don’t think that Lemon really understands race, even though he loves to have broad discussions on the topic on CNN. Please, put that man in a chair for season two, Vargas.

5. Iggy Azalea

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Homegirl might need a retreat to learn everything T.I. has failed to inform her about. The Aussie rapper needs a lesson from A-Z on what privilege has afforded her.


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