Reality TV Features & Interviews - March 2007
Chris Sligh may have never had any intentions of winning American Idol's sixth season and even considered dropping out at one point, but the 28-year-old Greenville, SC native said he still felt he attained his goal for the competition.
At 53 and 54 respectively, married parents Teri and Ian Pollack were the oldest team competing in CBS' The Amazing Race: All-Stars. While they finished second on The Amazing Race's third season, some flight misfortune in Africa sent them packing as the fifth team eliminated from All-Stars.
The fourth person to lose a chance to become America's Next Top Model surprisingly was Felicia, who the girls affectionately called Baby Tyra. In this exclusive interview we will find out if being called baby Tyra got her booted off the show and why Mr. Jay may have given her the wrong impression that she was doing well. Keep reading to find out all the juicy details!
Every once in a while, people get that sinking feeling in their stomach indicating something bad is about to happen. Unfortunately for Stephanie Edwards, she got that feeling following her Tuesday night performance on American Idol.
Despite The Bachelor's less than stellar match-making record, U.S. Navy Lieutenant Andy Baldwin says he's a believer in the ABC reality show's ability to help two people find true love.
The third person to lose the chance at becoming America's Next Top Model is Cassandra, the 24 year old from Seattle, Washington. In an exclusive interview, we find out why all the girls came to her for comfort and how she felt about posing nude.
After easily winning the first three legs, Rob and Amber Mariano were surprisingly the fourth team eliminated from CBS' The Amazing Race: All-Stars. On Monday, the 30-year-old Rob and 28-year-old Amber talked to Reality TV World about the abrupt end to their All-Stars journey; how they align and lie to their advantage; as well as what's next in their careers as professional reality television stars.
It was a thrill for reality television aficionados David Conley Jr. and his wife Mary when they competed on the tenth season of The Amazing Race, so imagine how they must have felt when they learned they'd be giving it another go during the currently airing All-Stars edition. While they may have been the third team eliminated during The Amazing Race's eleventh installment, they have no regrets.