Reality TV Features & Interviews - May 2009
Erinn Lobdell's Survivor: Tocantins future was looking bleak when, only about a week in the game, her Timbera tribemates began making it clear that she would be the next castaway voted out of their tribe.
Stephen Fishbach survived 39 days in the Brazilian Highlands and made it to Survivor: Tocantins' final jury vote.
From crumpers and poppers to ballerinas and ballroomers, Cat Deeley feels that all types of dancers are welcome on So You Think You Can Dance.
Tamara "Taj" Johnson-George thought she had her place in Survivor: Tocantins' Final 3 locked up.
James "JT" Thomas Jr. thought he had a "good shot" at winning Survivor: Tocantins when he left Brazil and flew back home in December -- and he was right.
Danny Gokey is okay with being ousted from American Idol on the cusp of making the Top 2.
Temperatures aren't the only thing rising this summer, as the new season also means the dawn of several new reality series and the return of some old favorites that have been on vacation.
Whether was attempting to forge pseudo-warrior alliances, trying to slay non-existent dragons, or just making up alleged super-secret martial arts, Benjamin "Coach" Wade somehow always seemed to find a way to make himself the center of attention.
Ousted 'American Idol' finalist Danny Gokey has big post-show plans
After becoming the team to make it to The Amazing Race 14's final Roadblock in first place and nearly completing it before either of the competition's other remaining teams even arrived, things were looking pretty good for the "Mother and Son" of Margie Adams and Luke Adams.
After visiting three continents and traveling more than 40,00 miles around the world, The Amazing Race's fourteenth edition came down to a fateful taxi-ride race and a memory recall task in Maui, Hawaii.
Jillian Harris is unsure if her The Bachelorette journey will have a happy ending because the final chapter has yet to be written.
After racing more than 40,000 miles, Victor and Tammy Jih's The Amazing Race hopes seemed to get dashed when they fell into third place midway through the Race's final leg in Maui, Hawaii.
Gordon Ramsay believes that Paula DaSilva and Danny Veltri are the two best culinary contestants to ever appear on a season of Hell's Kitchen.
Allison Iraheta feels being among the bottom three vote getters four times as an American Idol eighth-season finalist prepared her for her eventual ouster.
Despite ending up on the short-end of the game's post-merge tribal alliances, Debra "Debbie" Beebe managed to survive more than a month in Survivor: Tocantins.
Ousted 'American Idol' finalist Allison Iraheta won't play favorites
The "Sisters" team of Jennifer and LaKisha Hoffman seemed to be on their way to securing the third and final slot in The Amazing Race 14's final leg.
Matt Giraud claims his goal was never to win American Idol.
Despite getting off to a rough start that included having the flu and having her newly formed Timbera tribe "vote her out" of the game during Survivor: Tocantins' opening moments, Sierra Reed managed to recover and last well past the game's tribal merger milestone.