Reality TV People News - February 2005
Former MTV hostess Julie Brown is suing the U.S. production company that made the ABC reality TV show "I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!"
Kelly Clarkson, winner of the first "American Idol" competition, is preparing to hit the road for her first solo headlining tour.
The bickering Teutuls -- Paul, Paul Jr. and Mike -- of TV's "American Chopper," have sued a company for infringing on their fame.
After spending 39 days in the relative peace and tranquility of the tropical islands of Vanuatu, Survivor: Vanuatu winner Chris Daugherty wanted something different for his wedding. On Sunday, he got his wish.
Up-and-coming Philadelphia boxer Najai "Nitro" Turpin, 23, one of the sixteen contestants appearing on NBC's upcoming The Contender boxing reality-competition show, apparently committed suicide in a parked car on the Valentine's Day morning of February 14, 2005.
Jeff Probst might sometimes come across as a bit of terse bulldog during his Survivor appearances, but one thing is becoming clear -- the long-time Survivor host is a sappy puppy dog when it comes to love.
Confirming earlier reports that NBC would be the network to land Mark Burnett's previously announced Martha Stewart The Apprentice-like reality show, NBC announced today that it had indeed signed a deal to air the series -- and that not only will the series be like The Apprentice, it will in fact be The Apprentice.
So much for The Bachelorette's much-ballyhooed perfect relationship record. Last year's The Bachelorette 2 couple is no more, with Meredith Phillips and Ian McKee having announced yesterday that they have ended their relationship.