Reality TV Features & Interviews - June 2008
Chelsea Traille didn't fault her dancing ability as the reason behind her So You Think You Can Dance ouster.
Chris Jarosz feels most of the criticism he received from the So You Think You Can Dance judges was constructive, however he also hoped some of his comments from them would have been more positive.
Despite the chemistry Graham Bunn visibly shared with DeAnna Pappas, he feels they simply weren't a good fit on a romantic level.
Susie Garcia concedes she was the "hot" So You Think You Can Dance fourth-season finalist, but also wishes she was able to prove she's more than that before she was eliminated during last night's live results show.
Marquis Cunningham said he was just as surprised that he was eliminated as the studio audience, which gasped and booed at the announcement during last night's live So You Think You Can dance fourth-season broadcast.
Sean Ramey eventually opened up to DeAnna Pappas, but when he did, it was too little too late.
The 33-year-old martial arts master from Crestwood, KY was cut by Pappas on the cusp of her hometown visits during Monday night's The Bachelorette fourth-season episode on ABC.
Blaine Twilley feels there's a "good chance" DeAnna Pappas might pull a Brad Womack.
John Rich "loved" Third Town's Austin audition, according to the trio, which also characterized the Nashville Star sixth-season judge and mentor's subsequent oncamera criticism of them as a ploy to boost viewership.
Bobby O'Donnell was glad Ali Sonoma took a $30,000 bribe to quit The Mole since he wasn't very confident in his quiz answers.
Unfortunately for him a player was still "executed" despite Ali's decision, causing the 25-year-old restaurant manager from Philadelphia, PA to be sent packing during The Mole's fifth-season broadcast Monday night on ABC.
Ali Sonoma had no idea who The Mole's fifth-season saboteur was, so she decided to take the money and run.
While the 24-year-old model from St. Louis, MO only learned she had in fact passed the quiz after she quit the competition for a $30,000 bribe, she has no regrets about her decision during Monday night's episode.
America's Got Talent executive producer Simon Cowell has stated the NBC reality show's third season will feature "one of the most talented people on any show I've been involved in." However neither the show's judges or host are ready to reveal which contestant Cowell -- who has certainly had no problem making his favorites known while judging American Idol -- considers worthy of such lofty praise.
Robert Fair readily admits he completely misread his connection with DeAnna Pappas.
Unfortunately for him, it wasn't until after The Bachelorette fourth-season star had already given the boot to the 28-year-old chef from San Francisco, CA during Monday night's broadcast of the ABC reality dating series.
Host Jaclyn Smith said Shear Genius' second-season cast is just as talented as those featured on the Project Runway-like reality show's first edition, but added the new crop of cutters was additionally aided by a sense of camaraderie.
Rayven Armijo said she had mixed emotions upon learning she was the first female finalist eliminated from So You Think You Can Dance's fourth season.
Jamie Bayard understands one of So You Think You Can Dance's fourth-season male finalists had to be booted last night. But unfortunately, it was him.
When The Bachelorette fourth-season star DeAnna Pappas gave Robert Fair the boot during a two-on-one date, remaining suitor Fred Greif said he was optimistic.
Liz Cain put all her eggs in one basket in attempting to guess The Mole's fifth-season saboteur, and viewers saw where that got her.
The retired 60-year-old from Whitefish, MT became the second player executed from The Mole's fifth season during Monday night's broadcast of the reality competition series on ABC.
Charley Jenkins doesn't think he deserved to be the first finalist eliminated from Nashville Star's sixth season.
Even if he was given another chance, Richard Mathy said he's unsure if he'd be able to spark a romantic connection with The Bachelorette fourth-season star DeAnna Pappas.
Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey, Britney Spears and Kevin Federline, and Shanna Moakler and Travis Barker all saw their marriages dissolve after appearing together on a reality show.
Marcie Ciscel couldn't determine who was serving as the saboteur during her short stint as a The Mole fifth-season player.