Reality TV Features & Interviews - July 2009
Laura Crosby was one of the first eleventh-season Big Brother houseguests to become suspicious of Ronnie Talbott, the duplicitous houseguest who decided to attempt to play both of the season's nascent alliances against each other.
Braden Bacha thought he could breathe a sign of relief when Jessie Godderz, the season's first Head of Household, didn't nominate him for eviction at Big Brother 11's first eviction nomination ceremony.
Gordon Ramsay promises Hell's Kitchen's upcoming sixth season will include all the "tantrums and rollercoasters" viewers are accustomed to, but added the talent of the culinary contestants has "raised the bar."
Caitlin Kinney found herself among the bottom three vote getters three times during her So You Think You Can Dance journey, but she said it helped her overcome her biggest hurdle in the competition.
Although he boasted that he was "born at night, but not last night" after his The Bachelorette experience ended, eliminated bachelor Wes Hayden is now suggesting he was just born yesterday after all.
Michael Stagliano said he was confused when Ed Swiderski returned to woo The Bachelorette star Jillian Harris during Monday night's episode after previously quitting the competition to supposedly avoid being fired from his job.
Host Reno Collier said the families competing on NBC's upcoming Great American Road Trip reality series cared more about avoiding elimination so they could continue their vacations rather than winning the show's still-unannounced monetary prize.
Jake Pavelka is still adamantly claiming that Wes Hayden and Laurel Kagay were in a romantic relationship during filming for The Bachelorette's fifth season and are also currently dating -- adding the two were "in cahoots" in getting the country music singer to appear as one of Jillian Harris' suitors.