Reality TV Features & Interviews - December 2009
Brett Clouser knows he was one Immunity Challenge victory away from claiming Survivor: Samoa's title.
Russell Hantz feels he is the victim of the "worst upset in reality TV history."
Natalie White doesn't care whether Survivor: Samoa's jury voted for her to win or for Russell Hantz to lose since both scenarios have the same end result.
Mick Trimming never really thought he had a shot at winning Survivor: Samoa -- especially after the final Tribal Council.
Jaison Robinson knew all four former Foa Foa members couldn't make it to Survivor: Samoa's final Tribal Council, and unfortunately for him, he was the odd man out.
Shannon "Shambo" Waters claims that if she was a former Foa Foa member, she would have voted to eliminate her too.
Russell Ferguson auditioned for So You Think You Can Dance's sixth season to expose America to krump -- and he was able to achieve that and a whole lot more.
Jake Pavelka claims that The Bachelorette fifth-season star Jillian Harris and her selected suitor Ed Swiderski played a pivotal role in his decision to star in The Bachelor's fourteenth season.
Jake Pavelka is remaining mum on whether he found love during his The Bachelor journey.
Liz Young wanted to quit The Biggest Loser on the second day of the competition before she was convinced to stay.
Monica Padilla claims she underestimated the importance of winning Individual Immunity, however she's not sure she ever had a chance at winning it in the challenge that preceded her ouster.
Jonathan "Legacy" Perez may have been cut on the cusp of making So You Think You Can Dance's sixth-season finale, however he made it farther than he initially thought he would.
David Ball claims his efforts to get a former Foa Foa member to flip to save his own skin ultimately proved unsuccessful and led to his ouster.
Rudy Pauls knew his chances of winning The Biggest Loser's $250,000 grand prize were slim when he saw how much weight Danny Cahill lost at the marathon during the penultimate eighth-season episode -- however he claims it helped him focus on his main goal of getting healthy.
Mollee Gray said she was "bummed" that home viewers ousted her from So You Think You Can Dance instead of Ashleigh Di Lello -- who didn't even perform this week due to an arm injury.
Danny Cahill is 239 pounds lighter than when he started his The Biggest Loser journey -- but he said there's always a fear that he could regain it.
Danny Cahill claims he was confident that he would win The Biggest Loser's eighth season after seeing Rudy Pauls' finale weigh-in numbers, but it wasn't because he was already aware of his own current weight.
Ericka Dunlap and Brian Kleinschmidt feel a problem in the poker room sunk their chances of winning The Amazing Race's fifteenth season.
Daniel and Samuel McMillen think it almost would have been better had they arrived at The Amazing Race's final ifteenth-season task in last place rather than first.
Meghan Rickey and Cheyne Whitney never counted themselves out, and that attitude paid off during The Amazing Race's final fifteenth-season leg.
John Fincher sensed there was a problem with the impending Tribal Council vote when things seemed to be going too smoothly.
Noelle Marsh claims she's at peace with her So You Think You Can Dance ouster.
Nathan Trasoras wasn't surprised to find himself in the bottom four during last night's live So You Think You Can Dance results show. In fact, he feels he should have been there earlier in the competition.
Victor Smalley said since he received praise for his So You Think You Can Dance growth from judge Nigel Lythgoe, he was surprised to be ousted on the cusp of making the sixth-season's Top 10.
Karen Hauer was happy to be a So You Think You Can Dance Top 20 sixth-season finalist but knows she came so close to making it further in the competition.