Reality TV Features & Interviews - April 2010
Despite being on the losing side of Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains' first post-merge Tribal Council, things seemed to be looking up for former Heroes tribe member Amanda Kimmel when former Villains outcast Sandra Diaz-Twine agreed to join the Heroes and give them a 5-4 vote advantage at the competition's next Tribal Council.
Siobhan Magnus feels American Idol's judges made the right choice in saving Michael Lynche three weeks ago even though it meant "The Judges' Save" wasn't available to be prevent her own elimination last night.
Not only did "J.T." James Thomas not trust the women on the Villains tribe, but he also claims he didn't have complete confidence in the women on his own Heroes tribe.
Timothy "Tim" Urban was knew his American Idol journey was in jeopardy of ending during last night's live results show, however he was okay with that.
As Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains' smallest castaway, Courtney Yates was an unlikely choice to survive the all-star competition's initial tribe-versus-tribe phase in which physical strength is usually highly valued.
Andrew Garcia took an optimistic view of his American Idol ouster -- claiming he was "happy" he made it as far as he did and "thankful" for the opportunity.
Katie Stevens says she had no problem with the use of "The Judges' Save" on fellow American Idol ninth-season finalist Michael Lynche last week despite the fact she felt it would lead to her own ouster when they were standing next to each other during last night's results show.
Aiden Turner and professional partner Edyta Sliwinska aren't being shy when it comes to claiming their Dancing with the Stars' journey ended too soon.
Olympic gold-medal figure skater Evan Lysacek and professional partner Anna Trebunskaya topped Dancing with the Stars' judging leaderboard for the second consecutive week during Monday night's fourth tenth-season performance show.
After finishing the two of The Amazing Race's last three legs in second place, the "Dating Couple" team of Carol Rosenfeld and Brandy Snow appeared to be beginning to peak just as the Race was entering its final legs.
Although he insisted he wasn't in it by choice, Benjamin "Coach" Wade seemed to have a clear path to Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains' merge when he found himself a member of the Villains tribe's dominant five-person alliance.
After finishing The Amazing Race's seventh leg in first place and its four prior legs in second or third place, the father/daughter team of Steve Smith and Allie Smith seemed to be unlikely to be the team eliminated in the Race's eighth leg.
Buzz Aldrin didn't last very long as a Dancing with the Stars celebrity participant, but that doesn't mean he isn't happy with his accomplishments.
Despite being one of the most dangerous players in Survivor history, Rob "Boston Rob" Mariano had managed to emerge as the leader of Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains' Villains tribe and the person in charge of its dominant alliance.
Didi Benami disagrees with American Idol's judges that she lost her way during the show's ninth-season competition. According to the ousted Idol finalist, she simply wanted to prove she is more "diverse" than the singer-songwriter artist they feel she is.