Reality TV Features & Interviews - April 2008
Adam Jasinski thought he had a good chance of exiting the Big Brother house as the ninth-season winner, but didn't want to get his hopes up too high.
Jason Siska decided against playing his Hidden Immunity Idol as a gesture to show his fellow tribemates he could be trusted.
Carly Smithson said she wasn't the only seventh-season finalist thinking Wednesday night would be the end of his or her American Idol journey.
Noelle Drake is glad her The Bachelor journey ended the way it did.
Lauren Utter knew her America's Next Top Model's tenth-season CoverGirl commercial shoot would put her at risk of going home, but didn't think she was the worst one overall once it was all said and done.
As the latest female finalist to be shown the door, Carly Smithson thinks American Idol's seventh season has turned into a popularity contest that is benefiting the boys.
Paris Hilton talks about her MTV reality search for a new best friend
Alison Vincent's goal was always to become The Biggest Loser's first-ever female champion.
Ozzy Lusth was so overconfident he'd survive Tribal Council that he didn't even bother to bring his Hidden Immunity Idol with him.
Stacy-Ann Fequiere packed her bags and headed to the airport with her fellow America's Next Top Model tenth-season finalists -- and while they all got to travel to Rome, Fequiere was instead shipped home.
Kristy Lee Cook thinks she didn't even scrape the surface of wowing viewers with her country-style vocals.
Marshana Ritchie felt she lacked the same alone time with Matt Grant that he spent with the other bachelorettes -- and might have paid the price for it.
Matt Grant assured Robin Canfield that they had a "connection."
Michael Johns said he was "definitely aware" of the boos raining down from American's Idol live studio audience after he became the fifth seventh-season finalist eliminated from the competition.
While most castaways view the merge as a blessing, Eliza Orlins knew she was in trouble as soon as it happened.
Michael Johns was riding high until his American Idol seventh-season journey came to an abrupt end during last night's live results show broadcast.
Holly Durst found it surprising that The Bachelor: London Calling star Matt Grant took her on a do-or-die two-on-one date after she thought they had pretty good chemistry following a previous one-on-one date.
If Ashlee Williss had the chance to serenade The Bachelor: London Calling star Matt Grant one more time, the singer/songwriter knows exactly what song she'd choose -- a tune she penned called "Waste My Time."
Home viewers might be happy that they'll play a role in determining one of The Biggest Loser: Couples' three finalists, however the same can't be said for the NBC reality weight-loss series' two fifth-season trainers.
Jonathan Prater feels he was backstabbed and betrayed by one of the beauties he thought he knew best.
Ami Cusack says she was telling the truth when she told Ozzy Lusth she'd stick with him to the end.
Ramiele Malubay had never heard Dolly Parton's "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind" until she decided to perform it during American Idol's seventh-season performance episode on Tuesday night -- and while it contributed to her elimination, she was able to find some positives about it.
Claire Unabia was lucky enough to escape elimination during America's Next Top Model's previous tenth-season judging panel, but was worried that unless she put her best foot forward at the impending challenge and photo shoot, she'd be the next one booted.
Ramiele Malubay said she isn't a pessimistic person, however she still felt she'd be booted during last night's American Idol seventh-season results show broadcast.