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Dancing with the Stars 23 Dancing with the Stars ousted Rick Perry and his professional partner Emma Slater during Tuesday night's results show.

The former U.S. presidential candidate and Emma became the second couple sent home from the ABC reality competition's 23rd season based on the combination of the Dancing with the Stars judges' scores they had received during Monday night's performance show and home viewer votes that were cast afterward.

"My daughter is getting the 15th of October but I can promise you I will look good on the dance floor for her," Rick said following his ouster.

"And I'm doing it for all the veterans out there, and I hope everyone will find a great veterans cause to go help these guys.  We've got one called Advance the Colors that I hope everyone will go take a look at. Thank you guys!"

Talk show host and model Amber Rose and partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy were the other couple in danger of elimination on Tuesday night prior to Dancing with the Stars host Tom Bergeron's announcement of Rick and Emma's exit, however they were not necessarily the other member of the week's the bottom-two couples based on the judges' scores and America's votes.

Rick and Emma had finished tied for eleventh and last place on Monday night's judging leaderboard after earning 23 out of 40 points for their paso doble routine.

Due to Monday night's U.S. presidential debate, the Dancing with the Stars' broadcast had featured a special abbreviated one-hour format in which the twelve remaining dance couples were paired into six "face-offs" in which two couples were assigned the same style of dance and required to perform them back-to-back.

Dancing with the Stars judges Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba, Julianne Hough and Bruno Tonioli had then scored the dances -- immediately, without getting to give any commentary on the performances -- and the dancing couple which received higher scores for the dance style won immunity from elimination on Tuesday night.

Vanilla Ice and partner Witney Carson had competed against Rick and Emma in the paso doble face-off. Both couples had received identical scores of 25 points from the judges, resulting in the score of Len -- the judging panel's head judge -- serving as the tiebreaker.

Since Len had given Vanilla Ice a score of 6 points and only given Rick a score of 5 points, Vanilla and Witney had received immunity.

In addition to the rapper and The Vanilla Ice Project star, Dancing with the Stars celebrities Calvin Johnson Jr., Laurie Hernandez, James Hinchcliffe, Maureen McCormick, and Jana Kramer had also won immunity from this week's elimination along with their professional partners during Monday night's performance show

Calvin and partner Lindsay Arnold had faced-off against Little Women: LA star Terra Jole and partner Sasha Farber in a Viennese waltz. The retired NFL wide receiver and Lindsay earned immunity after they received 32 points from the judges compared to Terra and Sasha's 30 points.

Laurie and her partner Val Chmerkovskiy had competed against actress Marilu Henner and partner Derek Hough in a tango face-off. The Olympic gold gymnast and Val earned 31 points from the judges. besting Marilu and Derek's score of 28 points.

James and partner Sharna Burgess had battled Olympic gold swimmer and former What Would Ryan Lochte Do? star Ryan Lochte and partner Cheryl Burke in a cha cha face-off. The professional race car driver and Sharna received 29 points from the judges, topping Ryan and Cheryl's score of 25 points.

Maureen and partner Artem Chigvintsev had gone up against Amber and partner Maksim in a salsa face-off.  The former The Brady Bunch star and Artem earned 28 points from the judges, beating the 25 points Amber and Maksim received.

Jana and partner Gleb Savchenko had competed against iconic singer and producer Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds and his partner Allison Holker faced-off in a jive. The country singer and Gleb earned a score of 26 points, just edging out Babyface and Allison's score of 25 points.
Posted by: Reality TV World staff on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 - 09:09 AM EST
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Features & Interviews : Exclusive: 'Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X' castaway Rachel Ako talks (Part 2)
Survivor: Millennials vs Gen X Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X castaway Rachel Ako was voted off her Takali (Gen-X) Tribe during Wednesday night's premiere broadcast on CBS.

Rachel, a 37-year-old recruiting director from Los Angeles, CA, became the first castaway voted out of Season 33 on Night 4 at the game's first Tribal Council session.

Rachel seemed to know she was on the chopping block because her personality clashed with her tribemates and she was accused of letting her tribe down by failing to complete the Immunity Challenge's puzzle, which resulted in a loss.

During an exclusive interview with Reality TV World on Thursday, Rachel talked about her Survivor experience. Below is the concluding portion.

Reality TV World: The episode made it seem like Bret LaBelle is emerging as the leader of the Gen X tribe. Would you say that's accurate? What do you think about that?

Rachel Ako: Hmm. He's very vocal. He's one of the very vocal people on that tribe.

Reality TV World: Did you clash with anyone in particular? We saw a scene or two or Bret rolling his eyes at you.

Rachel Ako: Yeah, I clashed with all of Gen X because they voted me out! (Laughs) No, it was just that I was closer to some people than others, and yeah, I just felt [left] out a little bit by other people who were actually forming an alliance. And I just felt like I couldn't win.

Reality TV World: Based on last night's episode, you volunteered to do the puzzle in the Immunity Challenge, supposedly saying puzzles were your "thing." Did you already feel like you were on the chopping block and that's why you volunteered, in order to prove yourself? Because the school of thought is that it can be dangerous to magnify yourself in the tribe so early on.

Rachel Ako: Yeah, no, I didn't say puzzles were my thing actually. [David Wright] was the one who said, 3D puzzles, he has them at home and he was practicing Survivor puzzles. For that one, I said, "I'll do the puzzle unless anyone is really good at puzzles and wants to do it."

It was a couple days of conversation leading up to before [the challenge], and no one wanted to step up. It was just that David was the only one that really had experience in it. I hadn't trained in puzzles. I wish I didn't step up. I wish I just would've been silent (laughs) and let it go for days with another puzzle person.

Reality TV World: Okay, so you were never confident in doing puzzles like your tribemates made it seem.

Rachel Ako: No! I'm not. I didn't train doing puzzles before I went. (Laughs)

Reality TV World: Looking back on everything, do you have any regrets?

Rachel Ako: Yeah, I just wish I wouldn't have said anything! (Laughs) I wish I flew under the radar and had no communication.

Reality TV World: Is there anyone you wish you had tried to become friends with earlier on, someone who might've helped to keep you around?

Rachel Ako: I wish I spent a little bit of one-on-one time with everyone. However, at times, I did. And [the conversation] just didn't seem to be reciprocated.

However, I think what would've been smarter for my strategy is, even though I got along really well with [Ciandre "CeCe" Taylor] and got along well with [Ken McNickle], not make it apparent -- pretend like I didn't. That probably would've fared a lot better with both the guys and the girls, instead of seeing how close we were.

Reality TV World: After watching last night's episode back and seeing the dynamics on the millennials' tribe, do you think you might've fared better in the game if you were on a tribe with those people, personality-wise and things like that?

Rachel Ako: Yeah! I should've switched. I should've said, "Hey, [Zeke Smith] with the mustache, you look in your 40s. I think you're just pretending; You're funny! Let's switch!"

Reality TV World: The millennials are proving themselves to be physically fit and sharp. Do you predict the millennials might go on a winning streak in the challenges or are you confident Gen X could turn things around?

Rachel Ako: Yeah, I hope so. I'm rooting for the millennials since Gen X voted me off.

Reality TV World: How were you cast on Survivor? How did you end up on the show?

Rachel Ako: Great question again! I think it was about three years ago, I applied and they called and said, "Hey, we want to do something different, where we're putting family members against each other on tribes," and they were talking about [Survivor: Blood vs. Water], although they didn't say that then.

They said, "We want you and your dad to be on the show," and so I said, "My dad is not going to do a reality show." (Laughs) And so, the casting director said, "Well, if you want to be on Survivor, you should be able to do anything! And if you can't do this, then you're not cut out for the show."

And so, I was like, "Okay, good point." So I called my dad and said, "Dad, Survivor wants us to come in," and mind you, he's watched since Episode 1. He's a super, super fan. And he said, "No," and I was secretly dying inside because I knew my chances were going out the window.

And I said, "Dad, why!?" And he said, "My knee. I'm eventually going to have to get surgery." So I said, "Okay," and went back and told [casting]. And they said, "Alright," pretty much, "Bye!" (Laughs)

So I thought I would never hear from them again, and then a couple years later, I decided to apply again and I was like, "I can do this on my own!" So I applied and they called, and I felt like I was one of the last add-ons. I only had a couple months notice, about two months or so. And then I left to come!

Reality TV World: Based on your experience, would you ever want to play Survivor again?

Rachel Ako: I would have to ask a lot more questions, seeing whether I'd be put on a Gen X tribe.

To read the first half of Rachel's Survivor interview, click here. To read what she told Reality TV World about the history-making evacuation for the cyclone in Fiji, click here.


Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 - 09:07 AM EST
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Casting News : 'Big Brother: Over the Top' houseguests cast announced by CBS
Big Brother: Over the Top Big Brother: Over the Top's cast of houseguests has been announced.

CBS has revealed the identities of the 12 new Big Brother houseguests who will compete on Big Brother: Over the Top, the new CBS All Access online edition of the long-running CBS reality competition.

As the network announced on last week's finale of Big Brother 18, the 12 new houseguests will also be joined by either Big Brother 18 houseguest Jozea Flores or Big Brother 17 housesguest Jason Roy based on the results on viewer voting which began on September 20.

Big Brother: Over the Top will be hosted by Julie Chen and begin streaming live on CBS All Access, CBS' subscription video on demand and live-streaming service, on Wednesday, September 28 at 10PM ET/PT.

While it will feature some traditional Big Brother elements such as Head of Household competitions, Power of Veto competitions and live evictions, Big Brother: Over the Top will stream every single day and feature major format changes -- including a Weekly Replay, Safety Ceremonies, and live Diary Room sessions.

In addition, instead of having a jury of previously evicted houseguests determine its winner, Big Brother: Over the Top will allow home viewers to vote and decide the competition's winner.

Big Brother: Over the Top's winner will receive $250,000, a smaller grand prize than the $500,000 given to winners of the regular televised editions of Big Brother.

The 12 new houseguests who will be competing on Big Brother: Over the Top are:

- Alex Willett, a 25-year-old animation designer from Dallas, TX

- Danielle Lickey, a 23-year-old pre-school teacher from Visalia, CA

- Justin Duncan, a 27-year-old seafood restaurant owner from New Orleans, LA

- Kryssie Ridolfi, a 31-year-old waitress from Schaumburg, IL

- Michael "Cornbread" Ligon, a 41-year-old tree removal company foreman from Augusta, GA

- Monte Massongill, a 25-year-old engineer associate from Olive Branch, MS

- Morgan Willett, a 22-year-old publicist from Austin, TX

- Neeley Jackson, a 33-year-old sales associate from Fort Worth, TX

- Scott Dennis, a 24-year-old debt collector from Bangor, ME

- Shane Chapman, a 24-year-old roofer from Pisgah Forest, NC

- Shelby Stockton, a 24-year-old recent law school graduate from Simi Valley, CA

- Whitney Hogg, a 21-year-old medical assistant from Whitesburg, KY

Posted by: Reality TV World staff on Tuesday, September 27, 2016 - 07:54 PM EST
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Show Update News : 'Dancing with the Stars' celebrities Calvin Johnson Jr., Laurie Hernandez, James Hinchcliffe, Maureen McCormick, Jana Kramer, and Vanilla Ice earn immunity
Dancing with the Stars 23 Dancing with the Stars celebrities Calvin Johnson Jr., Laurie Hernandez, James Hinchcliffe, Maureen McCormick, Jana Kramer, and Vanilla Ice earned immunity from this week's elimination along with their professional partners during Monday night's performance show on ABC.

Due to Monday night's U.S. presidential debate between Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump, the Dancing with the Stars' broadcast featured a special abbreviated one-hour format in which the competition's twelve remaining dance couples were paired into six "face-offs" in which two couples were assigned the same style of dance and required to perform them back-to-back.

Dancing with the Stars judges Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba, Julianne Hough and Bruno Tonioli then scored the dances -- immediately, without getting to offer any commentary on the performances -- and the couple which received higher scores for the dance style won immunity from Tuesday night's results show.

Calvin and professional partner Lindsay Arnold faced-off against Little Women: LA star Terra Jole and partner Sasha Farber in a Viennese waltz. The retired NFL wide receiver and Lindsay earned immunity after they received 32 points from the judges compared to Terra and Sasha's 30 points.

Laurie and her partner Val Chmerkovskiy competed against actress Marilu Henner and partner Derek Hough in a tango face-off. The Olympic gold gymnast and Val earned 31 points from the judges. besting Marilu and Derek's score of 28 points.

James and partner Sharna Burgess battled Olympic gold swimmer and former What Would Ryan Lochte Do? star Ryan Lochte and partner Cheryl Burke in a cha cha face-off. The professional race car driver and Sharna received 29 points from the judges, topping Ryan and Cheryl's score of 25 points.

Maureen and partner Artem Chigvintsev went up against talk show host and model Amber Rose and partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy in a salsa face-off.  The former The Brady Bunch star and Artem earned 28 points from the judges, beating the 25 points Amber and Maksim received.

Jana and partner Gleb Savchenko competed against iconic singer and producer Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds and his partner Allison Holker faced-off in a jive. The country singer and Gleb earned a score of 26 points, just edging out Babyface and Allison's score of 25 points.

Vanilla Ice and partner Witney Carson competed against former Texas governor and U.S. presidential candidate Rick Perry and partner Emma Slater in a paso doble face-off. However, both couples received identical scores of 25 points from the judges, resulting in the score of Len -- the judging panel's head judge -- serving as the tiebreaker.

Since Len had given the rapper and The Vanilla Ice Project star a score of 6 points compared to Rick's score of 5 points, Vanilla and Witney won immunity.

Either Terra, Marilu, Ryan, Amber, Babyface or Rick will now be eliminated along with their partner during Dancing with the Stars' Tuesday night results show based on the combination of the judges' scores and home viewer voting that occurred after Monday night's performance show.

Posted by: Reality TV World staff on Tuesday, September 27, 2016 - 05:39 PM EST
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Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert agree Nick Viall as 'The Bachelor' will make great TV, they hope to see Jennifer Saviano
The Bachelor 21 Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert have shared their thoughts on ABC producers picking Nick Viall as Season 21's The Bachelor star.

"I'm super excited about Nick being the next Bachelor," Tolbert told Us Weekly. "I'm just going to be honest -- it's going to be great TV."

Viall was a controversial pick for the franchise's next leading man considering he's failed to find lasting love after three stints of dating on reality TV.

Viall finished as the runner-up on both Andi Dorfman and Kaitlyn Bristowe's seasons of The Bachelorette before appearing on this summer's edition of Bachelor in Paradise. He made it all the way to the finale with Jennifer Saviano but then broke her heart after she confessed she had fallen in love with him.

"As a fan of the show now, I'm just excited to see what he says," Tolbert continued. "Because he's so real about everything. He tells you exactly how he feels."

"Yeah," Roper simply agreed.

As shown on Bachelor in Paradise 3, Viall was brutally honest with his friends when he needed to be, like when he told Ashley Iaconetti her jealous, clingy behavior is unattractive to men she's interested in. Viall has also been known to have some pretty candid conversations about sex in the Fantasy Suite.

"He won't, you know, hide the tongue at all," Tolbert said. "He'll just put it out there! So I think it will be good!"

Viall told Saviano on Bachelor in Paradise's finale that although he hoped to fall in love with her, his heart just never caught up to her feelings.

According to Saviano's close friend Lauren Himle, who also appeared on BiP, Viall sparked up a romance again with Saviano after the show but dumped her to become the next The Bachelor star when the opportunity presented itself in late August. For that reason, Himle insisted she's "not a big fan" of Viall.

"We're secretly hoping that Jen shows up and confronts him about the relationship, because we don't know what happened [in Paradise]! I want to know... We want to see that," Roper told Us.

Tolbert, however, seems to think highly of Viall's character.

"We roomed together on Kaitlyn's season, so I know him pretty well. We stayed friends after the show," Tolbert told People in a separate interview.

Roper and Tolbert, who got engaged on Season 2 of Bachelor in Paradise in Summer 2015 and wed in January, will be appearing on this fall's edition of Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars, which premieres Friday, October 7.

The Bachelor's 21st season is set to premiere on ABC in January 2017.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Tuesday, September 27, 2016 - 10:23 AM EST
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Features & Interviews : Dan Shafer talks being the oldest contestant on 'The Voice:' Age doesn't matter, but if anything, I have an advantage
The Voice (Season 11) Dan Shafer is the oldest person to make a team on The Voice, but according to the artist, age is just a number.

Dan, a 57-year-old from Mt. Juliet, TN, performed "Marry Me" on Tuesday night's episode of The Voice's eleventh season and coach Blake Shelton turned around for him. The coaches agreed his voice sounded so much younger than his look and he is a real talent.

"In music, I don't think age, creed, color, any of those things matter," Dan told Reality TV World this week.

Dan has always loved music, as he even made money by producing jingles for toys, food and more. He took a serious full-time job, however, once his son was diagnosed with Crohn's disease.

Now that his son is grown and Dan has made a team on The Voice, he'll get a second chance to pursue music, his real passion. When Reality TV World asked Dan whether he believes his age will serve as an advantage or disadvantage in the competition, he reiterated, "I don't think age matters."

"I think, you know, music is an internal thing that we're all blessed with. Now, whether you excel with that gift or not is another story, but I don't think the age is going to affect my music very much," he explained.

"There are a lot of years behind that, and my style of vocals -- there are just not that many fellas left who can sing like the Paul McCartneys of the world or the Paul Rodgers of Bad Company or the Freddie Mercury of Queen, you know, classic rock."

Dan said the classic-rock market happens to be between 1968 to about 1977 anyway.

"So I think by my taking a lead on that matter, I have a level of awareness about that type of a singer vs. what's going on in the market currently, which is almost the opposite of that," Dan said.

Dan therefore only views the age gap between himself and the other contestants as a positive.

"So, I don't know. I think that age isn't a factor in that it's a hindrance. I do think it will be an advantage, only because of experience and knowing where we are in the market, and so on and so forth," the singer elaborated.



Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Monday, September 26, 2016 - 09:46 AM EST
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People News : Nicole Franzel and Corey Brooks talk potential first date, romantic future after 'Big Brother'
Big Brother 18 Nicole Franzel and Corey Brooks have revealed what's in store for their relationship now that Big Brother -- and their showmance -- is over.

Franzel, Season 18's Big Brother winner, was infatuated with Brooks all season long, but he seemed hesitant to make a move or push their romance into something serious.

"I didn't come into this game wanting a showmance," Brooks told Us Weekly.

But Brooks was the one who initially set the showmance into motion when he asked Franzel to be his "cuddle buddy," which she also reluctantly accepted since she didn't want to reprise Season 16 and get wrapped up in boys again.

That was "the moment I realized I had feelings [for Nicole]... I thought this could be a good thing," the baseball coach noted.

It didn't take long for the pair to become inseparable in all aspects of the game. So now what?!

"Honestly, I would just want her to meet my friends, go out for some margaritas, get some Mexican food. Definitely want her to meet my friends and dog. Maybe go to a post season baseball game this fall. That would be a lot of fun," Brooks told Us when asked about his potential first date with Franzel.

Franzel isn't sure what the future brings, but based on what viewers saw on Big Brother, she'd love to date Brooks in the real world if he was open to it.

"We think very highly of each other," Franzel told Entertainment Weekly Radio's "Morning Live Podcast" on Thursday.

"At the very least we will definitely stay good friends for life. We formed a bond that was insane and it was almost instant, so I definitely think we're meant to at least be in each other's lives in some way or another."

Brooks and Franzel will therefore stay in touch but probably take things slow.

"We're not going to rush anything, but hopefully things progress. She's a great girl. There's a chance there; I like Nicole, she's beautiful inside and out, but I haven't hung out with her outside the house," Brooks told CarterMatt.

"Hopefully she's paying for the date," he added, referencing how Franzel won $500,000.

Both Brooks and Franzel would also love to play Big Brother again if given the opportunity, but the baseball coach would apparently approach the game much differently next time.

"I would absolutely come back for another season, [but] I would not be in a showmance next time," Brooks told the magazine. "Not that I regret it at all this season, not at all, but I want to see how I could play without a showmance. If Nicole is in it then I would do a showmance but if she is not in it than no."

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Friday, September 23, 2016 - 03:47 PM EST
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People News : Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert reveal plans for starting family, how many kids they want
Bachelor in Paradise - Season 2 Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert, who got engaged on Bachelor in Paradise 2 last summer and will be appearing on Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars this fall, are talking about kids!

"We're building a house right now," Tolbert told Us Weekly of their ongoing project in Kansas City, MO. "It's going to be done in the spring, so we'll have to start filling it up after that."

Added Roper about starting a family with her husband of eight months, "I've been whispering in Tanner's ear, trying to just feel it out, put it out there."

Tolbert, 29, admitted he's actually up for having children soon.

"I bet you something, maybe next year," Tolbert said.

"Yeah," Roper agreed, "some time next year, we'll start."

Tolbert then joked about wanting "two-and-a-half" kids because he's desperate to have a son.

"He has a stipulation," Roper, 29, revealed with a laugh.

"So if they're both girls," Tolbert explained to the magazine, "I want to try for No. 3, for a little boy."

"Yeah, he wants one boy," the brunette beauty chimed in. "So, I'm hoping the first one's a boy."

"Get it out of the way!" Tolbert interjected.

"And after that, the pressure's off," Roper confessed.

Roper and Tolbert are the only couple still married from the first three seasons of Bachelor in Paradise, however, Season 3 ended with three couples engaged.

Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars premieres Friday, October 7 at 9PM ET/PT on WE tv. The Bachelor starring Nick Viall returns to ABC in January 2017. 

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Friday, September 23, 2016 - 03:34 PM EST
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People News : 'Shark Tank' star Daymond John gets engaged to longtime girlfriend during filming
Shark Tank Shark Tank star Daymond John has proposed to his longtime girlfriend, Heather Taras, and she accepted.

Heather and the FUBU founder/CEO got engaged while taping Shark Tank on Thursday, according to Us Weekly. John popped the question with a custom-designed 9.5-carat emerald-cut diamond ring.

John, 47, admitted he was "a little nervous" about the big moment but had been planning to propose to Taras for over two years now. She is the mother of his six-month-old daughter Minka.

"I had to create a speech," John told Us. "I knew a lot of people were looking at me. You know, you never know how someone is going to react, of course. She could always say no, and that's the first time that I've been on the carpet pitching somebody! So, a little nerve-racking, of course."

John revealed the proposal came as a total surprise to Taras and she "choked up" a little bit.

"But she said yes pretty quickly!" John gushed. "My daughter was sitting in her lap, so I was looking at my beautiful daughter at the same time."

John reportedly told Taras in his speech that God has given him everything he needs and he is "rich with love." His favorite thing about his new fiancee is her "calm demeanor."

John and Taras are now looking forward to "more years of happiness," according to Us.

Shark Tank returns to ABC on Friday, September 23 at 9PM ET/PT.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Friday, September 23, 2016 - 03:04 PM EST
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Features & Interviews : Exclusive: 'Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X' castaway Rachel Ako talks (Part 1)
Survivor: Millennials vs Gen X Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X castaway Rachel Ako was voted off her Takali (Gen-X) Tribe during Wednesday night's premiere broadcast on CBS.

Rachel, a 37-year-old recruiting director from Los Angeles, CA, became the first castaway voted out of Season 33 on Night 4 at the game's first Tribal Council session.

Rachel seemed to know she was on the chopping block because her personality clashed with her tribemates and she was accused of letting her tribe down by failing to complete the Immunity Challenge's puzzle, which resulted in a loss.

During an exclusive interview with Reality TV World on Thursday, Rachel talked about her Survivor experience. Below is the first half. Check back with us soon for more.

Reality TV World: You knew you were in trouble, but were you blindsided by your elimination? Whom did you think was being voted out?

Rachel Ako: No, they were trying to blindside me, but I knew it was me. I didn't think it was going to be [David Wright] at all. And David wound up getting only one vote anyway. I was only surprised about the [Ciandre "CeCe" Taylor] votes, actually. I didn't know that CeCe would get any votes.

Reality TV World: You at least seemed to figure out CeCe was on the outs of the tribe with you, but we didn't see any explanation as to why CeCe ended up in that position. Could you talk about that? Did CeCe do something wrong that viewers didn't see?

Rachel Ako: No, you know, CeCe and I were just pretty close, and having that close of a friendship is probably not the smartest. Same with [Ken McNickle]. We were hanging out a lot, so that didn't make the other guys too happy either. (Laughs)

Reality TV World: Your vote for [Sunday Burquest] seemed to come out of left field. How did you arrive at that decision and which castaways did you think were working with you and therefore going to vote with you?

Rachel Ako: Good question! Yeah, they edited it out. Ken had said, "We really need to tighten up and get the millennials because they're really strong and really fit. And we need to win these challenges." So we said, "To do so, we need to vote Sunday out," because, you know, we just felt she was the weakest link and that was the best way for Gen X to tighten up. But he wound up switching his vote.

Reality TV World: Going into Tribal, you had two strikes against you due to your puzzle performance in the Immunity Challenge and then rubbing your tribemates the wrong way. But David had three strikes -- HIS puzzle performance, constant paranoia and the fact he got caught searching for a hidden Immunity Idol. So were you surprised you were the target instead of him?

Rachel Ako: You're really good. You know you're stuff, I just want to say that. But I thought I was being targeted from the beginning, to be quite honest. So, no, I didn't ever think David was the real target.

At the beginning of the game when [Jeff Probst] announced the tribes, Gen X had a lot of hard feelings toward millennials. And one of the things I said in the very beginning to Jeff was, "I feel like I'm going through an identity crisis."

Because they were just going at each other, and I said, "I appreciate what both generations bring to the table," and that probably put a target [on me] and wasn't too good.

They probably thought, "Don't let Rachel get around the millennials." However, there were also a lot of people in my tribe who have families and kids, and I think they naturally kind of paired up together, which I can see why.

Reality TV World: You apologized at Tribal Council to anyone you might have offended, saying you didn't intend to be mean. But viewers only saw you make one comment while building the shelter. Could you elaborate on how you acted out there? Do any examples stand out in your mind that left people wanting to vote you out?

Rachel Ako: You know, I am a communicator and I should've just not said anything. I think it would've been best to just fly under the radar and not communicate and be a goat, in a sense.

Because that was a lot of what was going on. People didn't want to step up or really say anything. And that was just as far as our tribe, probably the best way to go, because I really got reamed for any communication, and really, I felt like I couldn't win.

Reality TV World: Tell me a little bit about the alliances that were forming on your tribe because from a viewer's perspective, we saw much more footage of bonds developing on the millennials' tribe.

Rachel Ako: As far as alliances on the Gen X tribe, I was with CeCe a lot, I was with Ken, and then I feel like [Chris Hammons] and [Bret LaBelle] and Sunday and [Jessica Lewis] kind of naturally went together.

Check back with Reality TV World soon for the concluding portion of Rachel's Survivor interview.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Friday, September 23, 2016 - 01:37 PM EST
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People News : Joe Giudice family friend: He's "miserable" behind bars, it's "worse than anyone expected"
The Real Housewives of New Jersey Joe Giudice is reportedly barely surviving his 41-month prison sentence for fraud, according to a family friend.

The friend says Joe, who surrendered to the Federal Correctional Institution in Fort Dix, NJ, in March of this year, is "miserable" behind bars, Us Weekly reported. "It's worse than anyone expected."

Joe and wife Teresa Giudice, both 44, share daughters Gia, 15, Gabriella, 11, Milania, 10, and Audriana, 7.

Joe "misses his kids so badly," another insider told Us. "He got so close with them when he was with them alone."

Joe reportedly bonded with his girls when Teresa was serving her own year-long prison sentence, which ended in December 2015.

Joe and The Real Housewives of New Jersey star were sentenced to jail time in October 2014 after pleading guilty to three counts of bankruptcy fraud as well as and conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud as part of a plea deal to resolve their 41-count federal fraud indictment.
   
The couple's prison arrangements were made so that one parent could always be with their children.

At FCI Fort Dix, Joe "sits alone much of the time and is falling into a depression," the family friend explained, however, he at least has "two friends he plays cards with. They gamble with commissary items."

Joe also passes the time by working out at the prison gym. Teresa told Extra last week Joe lost more than 30 pounds and looks "amazing."

"He's not eating pasta and all the Italian goodies he was accustomed to before prison," the insider added. "His dislike of the [prison] food and all the stress is helping him lose weight."

Teresa revealed to Extra she talks to Joe every day, sometimes twice a day. He calls her and they email constantly. As for face-to-face meetings, Teresa is allowed to see her husband every week.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Friday, September 23, 2016 - 01:17 PM EST
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People News : 'America's Next Top Model' alum Lisa D'Amato welcomes second child live on Facebook
America's Next Top Model 17 America's Next Top Model alum Lisa D'Amato has given birth to her second child, a son Venice Sire.

D'Amato clearly wanted to share her delivery experience with fans, as she streamed the event live on a friend's Facebook page on Thursday. In the graphic video, D'Amato pushed out her second child in a hospital room while receiving comfort and support from her husband Adam Friedman, Us Weekly reported.

D'Amato welcomed her healthy baby boy about 14 minutes into the Facebook video. 

"Congrats Lisa!" one viewer commented.

"That was like three pushes," the former model proudly said in the video after hearing her newborn cry for the first time.

D'Amato is already mom to one son, Daxel Vaughn, who was born at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles in late September 2013.

D'Amato, 35, married Friedman, an entrepreneur, in October 2012 at the Hollywood Castle in the Hollywood Hills.

America's Next Top Model All-Stars, the show's seventeenth season, crowned D'Amato its winner in 2011 -- but only after Angelea Preston was originally named the winner before a sudden and largely unexplained disqualification.

The CW confirmed to Reality TV World in December 2011 that producers had to "shoot new scenes" of D'Amato being named victorious, which is what viewers saw play out on television.

Preston revealed in September 2014 producers allegedly stole her title when they discovered she had worked as an escort in her past, which prompted the model to file a lawsuit against the show.

D'Amato first appeared on ANTM's fifth season in 2005 and finished in sixth place. She subsequently appeared on the third season of Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew in 2010. 


Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Friday, September 23, 2016 - 10:06 AM EST
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Nicole Franzel talks 'Big Brother' money plans, the jury vote that shocked her and beating Paul Abrahamian
Big Brother 18 Nicole Franzel is still wrapping her head around the fact she won Big Brother 18 and its $500,000 grand prize.

Franzel, a 23-year-old ER nurse from Ubly, MI, became the first female to win the game in five years thanks to playing "strategically and not emotionally," the veteran houseguest told Entertainment Weekly Radio's "Morning Live Podcast" on Thursday.

Franzel, however, only defeated runner-up Paul Abrahamian, a 23-year-old clothing designer from Tarzana, CA, by one jury vote.

After Abrahamian won the final Head of Household competition, he chose to take Franzel to the Final 2 with him instead of James Huling -- a move fans are calling a $450,000 mistake, as the second-place finisher only wins $50,000 -- but according to Franzel, she would have returned the favor.

"People will argue this with me, but I would have taken Paul because he convinced me to take him, and my slogan going into the house was to be the best, you have to beat the best," Franzel told EW Radio, revealing her plans had she won the final HoH competition.

Huling would seem like the obvious Final 2 partner because his game was far less admired by the jury since he failed to win competitions or make big moves on his own. Huling attributed his success on Big Brother solely to his impressive social game.

"If I lost to Paul, I'd be completely okay with it because I think he played a terrific game... My heart wanted to take Paul but my head wanted to take James," Franzel continued.

"I just didn't know what to follow, and I definitely would have ended up following my heart at that point. He deserved it way too much to let him go at third."

Franzel received votes to win from Corey Brooks, Natalie Negrotti, Paulie Calafiore, Zakiyah Everette and Da.Vonne Rogers. Abrahamian earned votes from Huling, Michelle Meyer, Victor Arroyo and Bridgette Dunning. 

The one vote that really surprised Franzel?

"I never thought I would have had [Da'Vonne]'s vote no matter who I was sitting next to," Franzel said, which Abrahamian agreed with during his time on the podcast. "I was very shocked about that and it's just crazy that it actually came down to that."

When asked what she'll do with her prize money, Franzel explained, "I need to get a financial advisor, apparently, but after that I am definitely treating my family to a vacation. So I want to take them somewhere nice and relax for a little bit."

Winning may be sweet, but Franzel just loves playing the game. As a "die-hard fan," Franzel said she'd never turn down another chance to play Big Brother again.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Thursday, September 22, 2016 - 05:08 PM EST
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Paul Abrahamian: I was shocked to lose 'Big Brother,' the jury was a little bit pissed and bitter
Big Brother 18 Paul Abrahamian was absolutely confident he'd win Big Brother regardless of whether he brought James Huling or Nicole Franzel to the Final 2, but he was shocked to discover in last night's finale he was wrong.

"I honestly thought I could beat both of them by either a 7-2 or 6-3 vote," Abrahamian told Entertainment Weekly Radio's "Morning Live Podcast" on Thursday. "I was a little bit shocked. I don't know what more I could have done."

Abrahamian, a 23-year-old clothing designer from Tarzana, CA, won the final Head of Household for Season 18 and chose to take Franzel to the end with him instead of Huling during Wednesday night's 90-minute finale broadcast.

Franzel ended up winning $500,000 by a single jury vote, and many fans are saying Abrahamian made a $450,000 mistake in letting the ER nurse from Michigan ride to the Final 2 with him. (The runner-up receives $50,000).

"I don't know," Abrahamian said when asked whether he blew it with that one decision. 

"Honestly, I'm hearing left and right -- jury would have done this, jury would have done that. I honestly think that the jury was a little bit bitter and no matter what I would have done, the outcome would have been the same."

Huling's game was far less admired by the jury because he failed to win competitions or make big moves on his own. Huling attributed his game success solely to his impressive social game.

"Seeing as how it ended with Nicole -- especially with the enemies she had in the house -- I knew James created less enemies in the house and Nicole had a little bit more heat on her, so I thought it would be my best move to take her," Abrahamian explained.

"But clearly seeing how that turned out, I think it would have been the same way with James. I think there was just a slight distaste for how crazy I was."

Abrahamian truly believes he played a better game than Franzel and Huling.

"The most in-house competition wins of the season, cleaning house towards the end of the game, really winning every single competition, and being up against two people who have played the game before. I thought it was a no-brainer, but clearly the jury was a little bit pissed, let's put it that way," he explained.

In the finale, the jury was shown calling Abrahamian "obnoxious" and "manipulative." While they acknowledged he's a phenomenal player, the girls in the house, especially, were bitter and angry with the player for being argumentative and sometimes mean. He once called Michelle Meyer the "c" word.

When reflecting on the finale results, Abrahamian said he was "really shocked" by Da.Vonne Rogers' vote, as she voted for Franzel to win.

"I didn't really understand why she did that. I know she didn't necessarily like Nicole throughout the game and even though she went out on my HoH, it was discussed that it was what the entire house wanted," Abrahamian told EW Radio.

Franzel also received votes to win from Corey Brooks, Natalie Negrotti, Paulie Calafiore and Zakiyah Everette. Abrahamian earned votes from Meyer, Huling, Victor Arroyo and Bridgette Dunning. 

"I definitely think Nicole worked very hard and had a very good game. Personally, I think I did a little bit more but if that's what the jury decided then that's what the jury decided," Abrahamian noted. "I don't think that should take away form her win. She worked hard this season and congrats to her."

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Thursday, September 22, 2016 - 04:27 PM EST
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Features & Interviews : Rachel Ako talks 'Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X' cyclone evacuation: "It was 'Survivor' purgatory hell!"
Survivor: Millennials vs Gen X Rachel Ako has provided insight on what it was like for the castaways when Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X producers evacuated both tribes once a cyclone hit Fiji on Day 2 of filming.

Rachel, who got voted off her Takali (Gen-X) Tribe during Wednesday night's premiere, talked to Reality TV World in an interview on Thursday about what went down when the tribes were evacuated since viewers only saw the castaways leaving camp via boat on Day 2 and returning on Day 3.

"Oh yeah! We went to Four Seasons Fiji," Rachel told Reality TV World with a big laugh. "No, we went to a room and I got really excited and thought that we were going to have beds and pillows and all of this, and that it was going to be a nice break."

Rachel, a 37-year-old recruiting director from Los Angeles, CA, however, said she was completely wrong.

"Instead, it was this gutted out room, where we slept on the concrete floor. And I was like, 'Okay, I can choose to just die on this floor or die out in a cyclone in Fiji.' So I was really wondering what I should do at that point," she revealed.

When asked whether the room at least had indoor plumbing, like toilets and running water, Rachel acknowledged it was "a good question."

"We did have that," the Gen Xer confessed. "That was actually nice and that was kind of the luxury part. However, we were only there for one night, so you know, it wasn't long lived."

Rachel said there were no other luxuries, such as food, but even having running water wasn't very helpful.

"It wasn't running water where we could run it on our bodies and take a shower or anything like that," she clarified.

While sequestered for about nine hours, Rachel insisted there was no strategy talk or alliances forming. She said the brief break from the game had no impact on how situations played out afterwards.

"We weren't allowed to talk about the game. There was always a producer in the room," Rachel explained. "It was really just, like, this purgatory. It was Survivor purgatory hell. It sucked! I really cannot decide where I would have rather been in that concrete room or out in the elements."

Check back with Reality TV World soon for more from our exclusive Survivor interview with Rachel.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Thursday, September 22, 2016 - 04:01 PM EST
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