Reality TV Features & Interviews - January 2009
Megan Parris says she led a low-key life the last couple of years, but the 25-year-old lacrosse coach and single mom from Sewickley, PA, sure brought the fireworks upon arriving at The Bachelor house.
Don't let her blonde hair and party-girl-looks fool you, Natalie Getz says she's anything but materialistic and immature.
Kari Fajen went on The Bachelor ready and willing to fully commit to becoming a wife, a stepmom and leave her life in Lee's Summit, MO for Seattle, WA to be with Jason Mesnick, the show's star.
Damien Gurganious knew he wasn't guaranteed a free pass into The Biggest Loser: Couples' next round after falling below the yellow line during last night's broadcast on NBC. Still, the 31-year-old industrial designer from Brooklyn, NY, liked his chances.
Sharon Staebell resigned the teaching position she'd held for eight years for a shot to become Jason Mesnick's wife in The Bachelor's thirteenth edition.
Gerald "Jerry" Hayes, a 63-year-old retired engineer from Wheaton, IL, didn't have any trouble making his way through his first workout on The Biggest Loser: Couples. However, the aftermath of his workout took a quick -- and memorable -- turn for the worse.
New American Idol judge Kara DioGuardi agrees with fellow judge Simon Cowell's opinion that male contestants seem stronger than the female contestants in the show's upcoming season. However unlike Cowell, she's not quite ready to proclaim that she's "100%" sure a guy will end up walking away with the show's eighth-season crown.
Jackie Hickey had already planned her wedding to The Bachelor's thirteenth season star Jason Mesnick.