Reality TV Features & Interviews - October 2007
Despite not being an avid dater, Sheena Stewart came close to capturing Brad Womack's heart.
Fashion guru Tim Gunn believes if you haven't watched Project Runway yet, don't start with the show's upcoming fourth season.
With Survivor: China's remaining castaways anticipating the merge, Sherea Lloyd feels she was a casualty of the numbers game.
America's Next Top Model's contestant Ebony Morgan has no regrets about her decision to quit the show's ninth season.
Hillary Reisinger feels she's more likely to crack a joke than shed a tear, but you wouldn't have known it from the way her appearance as a The Bachelor eleventh-season bachelorette ended.
Jesse Yeary and Erin Schneider were both initially apprehensive about auditioning for Beauty and the Geek but each said the experience had a positive impact on their life.
Aaron Reisberger feels he was a victim of circumstance.
Janet Mills believes she wasn't dramatic enough as an America's Next Top Model ninth-season runway wannabe, a factor that the 22-year-old aesthetician from Bainbridge, GA feels contributed to her elimination during Wednesday night's broadcast of The CW series.
Luke Neyer and Katie Roberson didn't receive a lot of camera time as Beauty and the Geek fourth-season participants, but that's just fine with them.
American Idol executive producer Nigel Lythgoe doesn't know if the new The Next Great American Band reality competition Idol's producers are producing for Fox will end up a success, but he feels there is a place for it.
Jade Beazley went on a two-on-one date with The Bachelor eleventh-season star Brad Womack and one of her arch nemeses on the show, however she never returned.
Criss Angel described Phenomenon as "explosive," an aspect of the new NBC reality competition series that attracted the Criss Angel Mindfreak illusionist to work on the project.
Dave Cruser worked harder than anybody around camp but also annoyed the hell out of everyone else in his tribe.
Victoria Marshman believes the "prickly" personality she displayed during the America's Next Top Model ninth-season judging panel that led to her elimination was blown out of proportion -- but even so -- she wouldn't change a thing about it.
Add current The Bachelor star Brad Womack to Solisa Shoop's list of guy friends.
Will Frank and Rebecca Nichols were seemingly perfect for each other as a Beauty and the Geek fourth-season couple.
Leslie Nease believes her mouth got her into more trouble than her faith as a Survivor: China castaway.
Kimberly Leemans described participating in America's Next Top Model's ninth season as an "amazing, amazing experience" -- however the 20-year-old student from Ocala, FL also believes she didn't get a fair shake during The CW reality competition series -- causing her to become the second girl cut.
Michele Leavy put the spotlight on another suitor, got stung by a bee, fell down the stairs and was one of three girls booted by The Bachelor eleventh-season star Brad Womack during Monday night's broadcast of the ABC reality dating series.
Hollie Winnard and Josh Bishop believe they got a raw deal in becoming the second couple eliminated from Beauty and the Geek's fourth season.
Melissa Buschel knew Brad Womack wasn't the right fit for her, but she wasn't about to let it ruin her experience as a The Bachelor eleventh-season suitor.
Bravo is finally set to air Queer Eye's final 10 episodes, ending the show's long journey that none of the "Fab Five" initially expected from the reality makeover series.