Reality TV Features & Interviews - July 2008
Paul Grassi rode the strategy of riling up his fellow players.
Despite what Nashville Star judge John Rich might think, Coffey Anderson feels country music is his cup of tea.
Will Wingfield and Twitch Boss were both considered So You Think You Can Dance fourth-season front runners, which meant it was surprising when they found themselves in the bottom two during last Thursday night's results show.
Comfort Fedoke claims her first time being booted from So You Think You Can Dance was much harder to handle than the second time it happened.
Clay Cauley claims he wasn't as focused as he should have been prior to taking The Mole's most recent quiz.
Ashlee Hewitt has no hard feelings about being booted from Nashville Star's sixth season despite being so close to the finale.
Kherington Payne was ready for the worst-case scenario during last Thursday night's live So You Think You Can Dance results show, however it still didn't soften the blow of being eliminated.
While Gev Manoukian didn't see his So You Think You Can Dance ouster coming, it still wasn't too difficult to swallow.
Sophie Zalokar said she wasn't expecting to be booted from Nashville Star's sixth season during Monday night's live broadcast along with her duet partner Laura Fedor
Alex Jacobs approached The Mole like a game of Russian roulette.
Sophie Zalokar admits rolling her eyes at Jewel was a rude thing to do, however she feels the Nashville Star sixth-season judge was also guilty of being disrespectful.
Comfort Fedoke suspected she'd be up for elimination against Jessica King during last Thursday night's live So You Think You Can Dance fourth-season results show, so she decided to "go out with a bang if I'm leaving."
Thayne Jasperson tried to stay positive prior to So You Think You Can Dance's live results show on Thursday night, however he also could "feel" that being among the bottom three vote getters was once again a likely destination for him since he had the "disadvantage" of already being there three times before.
Christina Machamer was never concerned about her lack of experience compared to her fellow Hell's Kitchen fourth-season contestants.
Louis Petrozza had the executive chef position at Gordon Ramsay's recently opened The London West Hollywood in his sights.
John Rich thought Tommy Stanley needed to concentrate more on country music, a comment that didn't sit too well with the ousted Nashville Star sixth-season finalist.
Jason Mesnick said he can attest to the fact that DeAnna Pappas altered what she was looking for in a guy during her The Bachelorette fourth-season journey.
Kourtni Lind said she got so caught up in appearing on So You Think You Can Dance she forgot why she initially auditioned for the show.
Matt Dorame found himself among the bottom three vote getters three out of four times during his So You Think You Can Dance experience, so it's a good thing he enjoyed performing his solo routine.
The Bachelorette fourth-season star DeAnna Pappas has a simple message for those who scoff at the notion she's really ready to wed her selected suitor Jesse Csincsak.
Jason Mesnick may have been rejected by The Bachelorette fourth-season star DeAnna Pappas, but he's still a true believer in the show's ability to spark a romantic connection and would consider starring in The Bachelor.
Despite being in their shoes only less than a year ago when she was attempting to woo Brad Womack, The Bachelorette star DeAnna Pappas admits she anticipated receiving more attention from her fourth-season suitors.
Alyson Gilbert is still unsure what she was lacking that caused her to be booted from Nashville Star.
Kristen Willeumier honed in on one player like a laser and targeted that person as The Mole's fifth-season saboteur from the moment the competition began.
DeAnna Pappas said she loves surprises -- especially ones that don't end with her receiving a rejection.
Jeremy Anderson had hoped for answers from DeAnna Pappas during ABC's recent taping of The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All, however he was instead left in the dark.
Victoria Garza had a strategy when taking The Mole's fifth-season quizzes, and she stuck with it.
Unfortunately the quizzes progressively got tougher and without her trusty journal the 26-year-old retail manager from Bishop, TX took a little longer than usual and became the fifth player executed from The Mole's fifth season.