Shortly thereafter, Reid appeared alongside Ashton Kutcher in My Boss's Daughter, for which she was nominated for both Worst Supporting Actress and Worst Screen Couple at the 2004 Golden Raspberry Awards.
In 2005, she co-starred in infamous German filmmaker Uwe Boll's Alone in the Dark with Christian Slater.
In 2014, she experienced a resurgence in her career, landing her many new endorsements and new business ventures.
That year, she released her own perfume called "Shark by Tara" which was inspired by her hit film franchise Sharknado In the interview, she discusses how her plastic surgery "went wrong" and also explains why she decided to have plastic surgery done, saying that her breasts were uneven and that she wanted a "six pack" for a new movie role. In the same interview, Reid's new plastic surgeon, Dr.
Steven Svehlak, reported that he performed a procedure called a "doughnut mastopexy" to correct her original augmentation, and performed additional liposuction in hopes to even out her abdomen.
On January 18, 2010, Reid's boyfriend Michael Axtmann, an internet entrepreneur from Nuremberg, proposed to her at The Little Door restaurant in Los Angeles.
Recent and upcoming projects include comedy spoof The Hungover Games, horror film Charlie's Farm, the Bollywood film Tie the Knot and the TV series The Big Big Show with Andrew Dice Clay, and Tom Green.
Between 20, she starred in a number of direct-to-video films, including 7-10 Split/Strike, If I Had Known I Was a Genius (which was released at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival), and Clean Break/Unnatural Causes.On September 2, she received the fewest votes and became the third celebrity to be evicted from the house.which they started shooting in late October of the same year.According to People magazine, on August 14, 2011, Reid's spokesman reported that she and Lillelund were married the day before in Greece.If you don't love us at our 2007 Britney Spears, then you don't deserve us at our 2018 Britney Spears.Her mispronunciation of "Newfoundland" became a popular internet catchphrase.