Reality TV Features & Interviews - February 2008
Michael Bortone was accused of being one of Survivor 101's best pupils and thus labeled a threat.
Atalya Slater is apparently in denial, as she still disagrees with the judging panel's decision of her as the first runway wannabe eliminated from America's Next Top Model's tenth season.
Simon Cowell didn't think Colton Berry could cut it as a recording artist following the American Idol seventh-season semifinalist's rendition of "Suspicious Minds" during last Tuesday night's performance episode broadcast -- a comment the teenager labeled as "hypocritical" since the judge had a hand in putting him in the Top 24.
Previously defensively-minded Cirie Fields made the decision to suddenly go on the offensive during her second Survivor adventure, and Yau-Man Chan was her first target.
Despite being employed as a fairly-successful plus-size model, Joanne Borgella gave it up to compete as an American Idol seventh-season Top 24 semifinalist.
Ryan Seacrest tried to surprise Amy Davis with the news, but the American Idol seventh-season Top 24 semifinalist apparently already knew she'd be getting the boot following her rendition of "Where the Boys Are" during Wednesday night's performance broadcast.
Simon Cowell pointed his sharp tongue at Garrett Haley when he called the American Idol seventh-season Top 24 semifinalist "pale" and "verging on haunted" following his rendition of "Breaking Up is Hard to Do" during last Tuesday night's performance episode broadcast -- but apparently he considered that a good thing.
Mary Sartain's expression said a lot when she was revealed to be the second castaway eliminated from Survivor: Micronesia -- Fans vs. Favorites during last Thursday night's broadcast.
With the Top 24 semifinalists ready to begin performing for viewer votes, American Idol executive producer Nigel Lythgoe said the competition's seventh-season is shaping up nicely.
Patti Stanger could be considered a modern-day cupid for those who can afford her heart-shaped arrow.
Jon Dalton said his Survivor return looked "good on paper," but intense tooth pain and a seven-month pregnant girlfriend back home quickly brought an end to Jonny Fairplay's comeback.
Pussycat Dolls founder Robin Antin has been dreaming of starting up Girlicious for a while now, and she's excited to invite viewers in on the process of creating the all-new, all-girl trio.
Moya Sawatzke was personally in a tough place before teaming up with her pageant-proven daughter Jenileigh, and the duo were revealed to be Crowned: The Mother of All Pageants' winners during Wednesday night's finale broadcast of The CW reality competition series.