Reality TV Features & Interviews - August 2008
New 'American Idol' judge Kara DioGuardi a straight-shooter
After spending time marooned in Kenya and Panama as a Survivor castaway, Ethan Zohn should have no problem dribbling a soccer ball down the east coast.
According to The Biggest Loser executive producer Mark Koops, the show's upcoming sixth season wil be all about family.
The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency's fourth-season cast had an unexpected roommate when they moved into their Hollywood Hills mansion -- the self-proclaimed "world's first supermodel."
Model and designer India Hicks said she's only a small part of Top Design's new second-season look when it premieres Wednesday, September 3 at 10PM ET/PT on Bravo.
Craig Slike learned he'd be The Mole's fifth-season saboteur only a few hours before the game started, and he was still able to throw the majority of the players off his track.
Reality TV producer Thom Beers is promising viewers that NBC's new America's Toughest Jobs reality series is the best blue-collar television he has to offer.
Although the show's finale made it seem like Mark Lambrecht was more Inspector Clouseau and less Sherlock Holmes, he says he had a strategy all along.
Nicole Williams was the fastest quiz-taker in The Mole's history, but -- unfortunately for her -- she wasn't the most meticulous note-taker.
Joshua Allen was waiting for Twitch Boss to be named "America's Favorite Dancer" until it was his own name that escaped Cat Deeley's lips as So You Think You Can Dance's fourth-season champ.
Last Comic Standing sixth-season champ Iliza Shlesinger said she's "not a female comic" and is instead "a comedian who happens to be female."
Gabe Garcia feels there was nothing wrong with finishing second to Nashville Star's sixth-season champ Melissa Lawson.
Heading into Nashville Star's sixth-season finale, Shawn Mayer felt like she was in good company with fellow finalists Gabe Garcia and Melissa Lawson.
Melissa Lawson said she felt "a lot of disbelief" when she was crowned Nashville Star's sixth-season champ over Gabe Garcia during last night's live finale.
Chelsie Hightower said So You Think You Can Dance finalists are all prepared to be booted during any results show, which helped ease her own ouster last Thursday night.
Mark Kanemura came up just short in his bid to perform for So You Think You Can Dance's fourth-season title, however he still had a sunny disposition about the way the competition came to an end for him.
John Rich said he takes a "no nonsense" approach to critiquing Nashville Star sixth-season finalists, and while some initially find it hard to handle most eventually think it's helpful.