Reality TV Features & Interviews - April 2009
Survivor: Tocantins has seen its share of blindsides, but none have been so true to their name as the one that got the best of Tyson Apostol.
After completing what she felt was her strongest photo shoot during her time on America's Next Top Model, it's safe to say that Natalie Pack, a 19-year-old student from Palos Verdes, CA, was very surprised by her elimination from The CW reality series.
Lil Rounds says American Idol judge Simon Cowell wasn't the only one that had a feeling she'd be one of the two eighth-season finalists eliminated during last night's Top 7 results show.
Anoop Desai could have very well been considered for "The Judges' Save" following his Wednesday elimination from American Idol, if the judges hadn't already used it to save fellow eighth-season finalist Matt Giraud one week earlier.
Mark and Michael Munoz had the odds stacked against them going into the ninth leg of The Amazing Race.
Brendan Synnott knew that he would be in for a wild ride at some point following Survivor: Tocantins' tribal merge, but he didn't think it would be this soon.
Tahlia Brookins wanted to go on America's Next Top Model to raise awareness for burn survivors. In addition to that, the 18-year-old student from Phoenix, AZ sure managed to attract her fair share of attention from the show's other contestants as well.
Scott MacIntyre feels his American Idol experience could have lasted a little longer, but he has no regrets about the way it ended.
Survivor castaways have had a long history of having their fates taken out of their own hands at some point in the competition. For Joe Dowdle, his fate on Survivor: Tocantins was placed entirely in his left leg.
Scott MacIntyre isn't upset that American Idol's judges couldn't unanimously agree to use their new "The Judges' Save" veto ability to prevent his elimination after he was revealed to be the week's low vote-getter during Wednesday night's live results show broadcast on Fox.
Sandra Nyanchoka wants America to know one thing: She's not as testy as she may have looked during her time on America's Next Top Model.
Megan Joy has no regrets about her American Idol journey and said she learned a valuable lesson about accepting criticism.
Sydney Wheeler had been told repeatedly that she had nothing to worry about regarding Jalapao's upcoming Tribal Council session.
Megan Joy cared about remaining on American Idol. However, she was also certain that she had no chance of surviving Wednesday's results show before she had even arrived at the studio.