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Survivor: Ghost Island Survivor: Ghost Island's merged Lavita tribe voted Libby Vincek out of the game after the real target, Michael Yerger, played his hidden Immunity Idol during Wednesday night's episode on CBS.

Libby, a 24-year-old social media strategist from Houston, TX, was voted out of her tribe on Night 25 of the game through a 7-3-1 vote at Tribal Council in which Michael, an 18-year-old real estate agent from Knoxville, TN, received seven votes but played his idol, Libby earned herself three votes and one vote went to Wendell Holland, a 33-year-old furniture designer from Philadelphia, PA.

"For the past three Tribals, I've randomly had my name written down. It sucks because you really do put some trust in people. I did everything I could. I won challenges. I won food Rewards. And I made alliances. I'm proud of myself and I'm grateful and blessed for this experience," Libby said following her ouster.

The Survivor broadcast began on Night 22 of the game, with Libby realizing she must be doing something wrong since her name came up at three previous Tribal Council sessions. She didn't know who was targeting her and why.

Meanwhile, Domenick Abbate feared the tribe would start viewing him as the threat Chris Noble had insisted he was, so he attempted to lay low and not gloat or act cocky.

Domenick therefore told his Lavita tribe that he had respect for Chris and wasn't proud of the way he had acted. Domenick admitted his rivalry with Chris wasn't his finest moment.

On Day 23, Wendell noticed all the castaways were mingling, mixing and conversing with each other. It was difficult to tell where everyone stood alliance-wise, and there was no obvious target anymore.

Wendell planned to stick to "The Four," as he called it -- Domenick, Laurel Johnson, Donathan Hurley and himself -- and he acknowledged they'd "bring in the reserves from there."

Wendell could sense paranoia from Laurel, so he decided to make her feel secure by revealing Domenick and himself each had a real hidden Immunity Idol to play. Laurel assured Wendell that they were "1,000 percent Final 4," and Wendell promised the same in return, but Lauren secretly believed the two guys had too much power in the game.

Laurel was also a little annoyed she was finding out about these idols now rather than earlier in the game. She felt left out of the loop, and so just as Wendell assumed he had solidified trust with his friend, Laurel was shown telling the cameras she could only trust Wendell up to a certain point.

Later that day, the tribe met Survivor host Jeff Probst for a Reward Challenge.

The castaways were divided into two teams of six and required to race across a floating bridge to a slingshot, which they'd use to launch sandbags at a series of targets. The first team to knock down all six targets would win an afternoon of tacos, burritos, quesadillas and margaritas.

In addition, the winning six would send someone on the losing team to Ghost Island.

A schoolyard pick determined the two teams: Domenick, Kellyn Bechtold, Michael, Sebastian Noel, Desiree Afuye, and Jenna Bowman vs. Angela Perkins, Laurel, Wendell, Chelsea Townsend, Donathan and Libby.

In the end, Wendell won the challenge for his tribe with his final slingshot pull. The winning team opted to have the losing team draw rocks to determine which person goes to Ghost Island, and it turned out Jenna picked the one white rock.

Libby planned to use the Reward feast as a way to strengthen bonds with people and hopefully get the target off her back.

On Day 23, Jenna was actually excited thinking she may win an advantage on Ghost Island, but she quickly discovered she was unable to play a Game of Chance. Her positive attitude unfortunately went down the drain as a result.

Meanwhile, Chelsea told Libby that she had been a target due to her close friendship with Michael. Libby wanted to be in an alliance with Michael, but if they looked like a power couple and people were writing her name down because of it, she needed to make some moves.

On Day 24, Michael noted that with Chris gone, it was every man for himself. Michael then expressed concern to Angela about Wendell and Domenick as a power couple. Michael suggested Wendell should go first because his ouster would leave Domenick powerless.

Michael also explained to Angela that Kellyn and Chelsea didn't think they could trust her, which is why she was on the outs of the last vote.

Angela shared what she had heard from Michael with Kellyn, and Kellyn admitted she "was pissed." Angela also blabbed to Domenick, Wendell and Desiree that Michael was trying to stir the pot and would be an easy vote.

On Day 25, the tribe met Jeff for another Individual Immunity Challenge.

The challenge was a Survivor classic -- a food-eating competition dating back to Season 1.

The castaways played in rounds, and the last person left standing would win immunity. After downing local delicacies -- fish eyes, living grub, sea slugs, and shellfish meat -- the challenge came down to Angela vs. Michael, and Angela won immunity!

Leaving the challenge, Michael felt good about his plan to blindside Wendell, while Angela felt confident in her plan to blindside Michael.

Once the tribe returned to camp, Chelsea, Kellyn and Desiree were shown talking to Wendell and Donathan about splitting votes between Michael and someone else in case Michael had an idol. Chelsea suggested they put five votes on Michael and four votes on Libby.

But Michael told Donathan that if original Naviti split their votes and Malolo stuck together, they could take out anybody they wanted.

Laurel knew taking Wendell out would look great on her Survivor resume, but Wendell also had an idol he could use.

Meanwhile, Donathan wanted her the five original Malolo to stick together, at least for one more vote. Donathan didn't think he'd win the game if he was stuck with all original Naviti members.

Domenick was then shown telling Libby to vote for Michael. She didn't want to vote for her friend, but she was willing to if it meant saving herself, especially since Donathan warned her people were splitting votes between Michael and herself.

Kellyn told Wendell and Domenick that the only people she couldn't read were Laurel and Donathan, and Wendell knew he was in danger.

At Tribal Council that night, Desiree noted if people weren't making big moves at this point in the game, they weren't actually playing Survivor. Michael added that people were getting too comfortable.

Chelsea noted if someone is at the bottom of his or her alliance and keeps things that way, he or she is "an idiot." Kellyn, however, pointed out that jumping ship didn't make sense because that person would be on the bottom of either side.

Once it became time for the castaways to play any idols or advantages, Michael decided to play his "stick" idol "for [Ozzy Lusth]."

The episode's closing credits later showed that Michael voted for Wendell; Desiree, Kellyn and Chelsea voted for Libby; and everyone else voted for Michael -- Donathan, Angela, Sebastian, Domenick, Libby, Jenna and Wendell.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Thursday, April 19, 2018 - 10:52 AM EST
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People News : Arie Luyendyk Jr. opens up about living with 'The Bachelor's Lauren Burnham and planning "a big wedding"
The Bachelor 22 Arie Luyendyk Jr. is opening up about life with fiancee Lauren Burnham now that they've been living together in Scottsdale, AZ, for about two weeks.

"It's been really fun actually," The Bachelor's Season 22 star told Entertainment Tonight.

"Her dog Dallas is so cute, and he gets along with my dog [Bastian]. And we're looking at houses, and it's a really exciting time of life."

After getting engaged March 6 live on The Bachelor: After the Final Rose, the 36-year-old pro racing driver and Lauren, 25, took off on a romantic two-week vacation to Iceland and Barcelona.

Once the pair returned to the United States, they enjoyed a road trip from Lauren's hometown in Virginia Beach to Arizona.

"For me, it's been really cool," Arie said of his dynamic with Lauren, who worked in tech sales before her The Bachelor appearance.

"[Living together] has strengthened our relationship, and we love hanging out together. We are very similar, so we get along and it's just great," Arie gushed.

"It's been so easy going. I think the biggest part is just not paying too close attention to social media. We like to post and share our lives with people, but we also don't really dive into the comments. We want to be positive."

Arie and Lauren have often received unfriendly social media feedback because of how he handled the end of his The Bachelor season. Arie actually proposed marriage to Becca Kufrin during the finale, only to dump her weeks later on-camera.

Arie then begged his runner-up, Lauren, to take him back because he claimed at the time he was madly in love with her, and it didn't take much for Lauren to give the Bachelor a second chance.

Once The Bachelor season ended in March, Arie and Lauren gushed about how they were ready to get married and start a family in the near future.

"Wedding planning is going great," Arie told ET. "We're trying to see if we still want to do the TV side of things or if we want to do it privately."


Regardless of whether cameras will film the couple's big day, Arie revealed there "could be a big wedding" on the horizon.

"Our parents are helping, too [with the plans]," Arie shared.

"Lauren's mom is being a big help, and the planning's going good. We always say we want a small wedding but then we keep looking at the guest list, and it keeps growing more and more everyday, so it could be a big wedding."

Arie also touched upon the couple's recent meeting with Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars counselors, Dr. Ish Major and Dr. Venus Nicolino, which spawned speculation The Bachelor lovebirds may be appearing on the next season of the WE tv reality series.

"We went to lunch with them just to hear about their show, and they gave us a lot of good advice," Arie recalled.


"It's always good to get advice. It doesn't hurt. We've also met with Lauren's pastor at her church. So it's good to really lean on people that you know can shed some light on how to help your relationship."

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Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 - 04:21 PM EST
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Industry News : 'Survivor' and 'The Amazing Race' renewed by CBS for 2018-2019 season
Survivor: Ghost Island Survivor and The Amazing Race are sticking around!

CBS has announced Survivor and The Amazing Race have been renewed for the 2018-2019 television season.

The Amazing Race, hosted by Phil Keoghan, just aired its Season 30 finale in late February.

The Amazing Race aired on Wednesday nights last season and concluded with former Big Brother houseguests Jessica Graf and Cody Nickson -- who got engaged in February -- winning the $1 million grand prize.

Jessica and Cody defeated the runner-up team, "Dating Couple and Yale Debating Teammates" Henry Zhang and Evan Lynyak, for the win.


As for Survivor, the network is currently airing Survivor: Ghost Island, the franchise's 36th edition overall. Jeff Probst continues to serve as the host of the long-running reality competition series.

The latest Survivor: Ghost Island episode featured the highly-anticipated merge, and the finale is set to air Wednesday, May 23 at 8PM ET/PT.

Survivor's finale will be a special two-hour episode, followed by the live reunion show from 10-11PM ET/PT.

The season premiered on February 28, with 20 new castaways -- divided into two tribes, Naviti vs. Malolo -- competing for the $1 million grand prize and the title of "Sole Survivor."

Showcasing the series' extensive history, a new twist has sent players to a separate Ghost Island filled with Survivor relics, including hidden Immunity Idols and advantages, that were misplayed from the previous 35 seasons of the show.

The castaways' goal on Season 36 is to "reverse the curse" of former players who have been haunted by their mistakes in the game.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 - 04:04 PM EST
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Show Update News : Molly Duff defends behavior in 'Married at First Sight' blowout fight with Jonathan Francetic
Married at First Sight Molly Duff is receiving a lot of heat for how she treated her husband Jonathan Francetic on Married at First Sight's sixth season, but she feels very wronged and misunderstood.

"There were so many things he said to me that were very hurtful, and I didn't call him out on any of it," Molly told Married at First Sight alum Jamie Otis and Dr. Pepper Schwartz during Tuesday night's episode of Married at First Sight: Unfiltered on Lifetime.

Many Married at First Sight viewers have cringed watching Molly deprive Jonathan of any emotion or intimacy for weeks now. From an editing standpoint, Jonathan appeared patient and kind, while Molly was just going through the motions of her marriage.


"I didn't tell the experts specifics on what he said because I didn't feel the need to go there and I didn't think it would be helpful to the situation," Molly said.

Despite a few highs and fun moments this season, the couple's lows culminated into one heated argument that took place during their mini-moon to Orlando, FL, six weeks into the process.

Jonathan -- who previously alleged Molly was even colder to him off-camera than she was when cameras were around -- recorded part of their fight on his phone, and in the video, Molly was shown mocking her husband and repeatedly saying, "You're disgusting."

"I don't feel we kept anything from the cameras," Molly said on Married at First Sight: Unfiltered.

"I think, maybe, there were a couple things I didn't call him out for on-camera to protect him, so I felt very, very betrayed when I felt he was very against me and trying to put things out there that didn't need to be put out there."

Molly said she felt so betrayed by Jonathan's decision to film their dispute because she didn't feel the footage accurately represented or depicted what had really gone down between them.

"That's not how the fight went; that's not how the whole night went. He did that strictly to hurt me... What you see in that video, that's not how the night went. He was yelling at me and calling me out about, like, oh I'm so insecure and how he's going to expose me to America," Molly revealed.

"There were so many things he said to me that were very hurtful... So it just hurt beyond belief that he brought fighting into this whole, new, unfair level."

Molly admitted conflict between Jon and herself had been "brewing for a while" and she got pushed so far that she just "lost it."

Molly said she especially looks like the bad guy to Married at First Sight viewers because she had intentionally chosen not to discuss Jon's unflattering qualities and argumentative side on-camera.

"I struggle with [whether to regret] that, because on the one hand, I married Jon and I'm supposed to protect him. We're not just in a marriage but we're on TV. So, now that we got into that fight and he went way below the belt a couple times, I don't know what to do!" she explained.

"Now I'm looking back and saying, 'I should have put it out there from the beginning because then at least people would have seen my side... It sucks he put that out there like that, because he did it behind my back to really try to just make me look as bad as possible."

On last week's episode of Married at First Sight, Dr. Jessica Griffin was shocked to see Jon's video from that night at the Orlando bar. Dr. Jessica even accused Molly of sugarcoating their problems and lying about them.

"Having all this drama with [Jon] and still saying, 'I can see a future. I'm still in this. This isn't a dealbreaker. This isn't that bad.' That's not me lying. That's not necessarily me sugarcoating. That's me being positive and trying to do the best I can to stay committed and finish out the experiment," Molly explained.

Molly isn't sure whether she's more upset about her conversation with Dr. Jessica or Jon's actions.

"I'm wondering if Jessica is seeing me saying, 'You're disgusting,' as me saying, 'You're disgusting [as a person].' Because I was saying it because he had a phone in my face [recording me], like, 'This behavior is disgusting,'" she clarified.

Jephte Pierre also made an appearance on this Unfiltered episode, and he stood up for Jon saying Molly's husband probably just felt "really fed up" and "unwanted."

On why Jon probably recorded his fight with Molly, Jephte noted he "wanted people to see how hard he was trying."

In terms of Jon feeling unwanted as a result of facing constant rejection from Molly over the course of the eight-week experiment, Molly reasoned, "What's the rush?"

"Would you rather have someone give you affection and know it's not genuine and they don't really want to be doing it and they're just going through the motions, or, have them be honest but you feel rejected? Either way, you're wrong," she said.


Married at First Sight's sixth-season finale will air Tuesday, April 24 at 9PM ET/PT on Lifetime.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 - 03:11 PM EST
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People News : Khloe Kardashian was reportedly horribly conflicted when choosing Thompson or Kardashian as True's last name
Keeping Up with the Kardashians Khloe Kardashian was reportedly extremely conflicted when deciding whether to give her baby Tristan Thompson's last name or her own.

Amid Tristan's cheating scandal in which he was allegedly unfaithful to the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star with multiple women, Khloe has been forced to decide whether to give him another chance or raise True as a single mom.

And with that life-changing decision came another incredibly difficult choice to make -- whether to name her little girl True Kardashian or True Thompson, TMZ reported.

Sources close to the Kardashians told TMZ the reality TV star chose the name True about a month ago but didn't decide on the surname until a couple of days after her daughter was born on April 12.

Khloe was reportedly convinced her baby girl would be named True Thompson until Tristan's cheating made headlines, and then she went back and forth when filling out True's birth certificate.

According to TMZ, someone very close to Khloe placed an order for blankets and other baby items at Petit Tresor in Beverly Hills but asked the store not to embroider the baby's initials until Khloe's decision on the surname was made. The store was reportedly notified on Monday to use "TT."

Khloe's mom, Kris Jenner, previously explained where the baby's first came comes from.

"I'm so excited to welcome my precious little granddaughter True!!! FUN FACT: My Grandfather's name on my Dad's side was True Otis Houghton. My real Dad's name was Robert True Houghton -- So I am so excited Khloe named her daughter True!!! #lovebug #familytradition #family," Kris, 62, wrote on social media.

Videos and photos appearing to show Tristan making out with other women surfaced a couple of days before Khloe went into labor in Cleveland, OH, where she currently lives with the NBA star.

Tristan allegedly cheated on Khloe both at the beginning and towards the end of her pregnancy.

It is unclear whether Khloe plans to forgive Tristan and stay in Cleveland or leave him and move back to Los Angeles to be with her friends and family.

TMZ reported Tuesday that despite putting on a united front, Khloe and Tristan's relationship is hanging by a thread and she's furious at him.

Meanwhile, Tristan just deleted his most recent post on Instagram -- a photo of himself posing in sunglasses -- on Tuesday after Khloe fans flooded the comments section with criticism, shame and hate. Khloe's family is also reportedly raging over the scandal.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 - 02:42 PM EST
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Features & Interviews : Olivia Caridi: I was suicidal and depressed after 'The Bachelor,' producer manipulated and lied to me
The Bachelor 20 Olivia Caridi is opening up about alleged producer manipulation and bullying on The Bachelor that resulted in her contemplating suicide in early 2016.

Olivia, who competed on Season 20 of The Bachelor starring Ben Higgins, talked to the Los Angeles Times' Amy Kaufman -- who wrote the book Bachelor Nation -- about feeling depressed and suicidal after her appearance on the ABC reality dating series.

"It took me so long to get over the whole thing. I was messed up for a long time after that," Olivia said during an episode of her Mouthing Off with Olivia Caridi podcast.


Olivia later elaborated, "I was suicidal. I've had depression my entire life. When the show was airing, I was getting messages saying I should kill myself, and, you know, 'You're not worthy of living.'"

Olivia, a news anchor at the time of her show appearance, started strong on The Bachelor having received Ben's First Impression Rose and then several Group-Date roses thereafter.

But the blonde beauty came across overly aggressive and confident, rubbing her fellow bachelorettes the wrong way and often offending them with comments they viewed as rude or condescending -- like when she told single mom Amanda Stanton listening to her stories was like watching an episode of MTV's Teen Mom.

Olivia, however, just insisted she was head over heels for Ben and very focused on winning his heart. She cried at The Women Tell All special about how she never intended to hurt anyone or come across so badly.

Criticism, gossip and hate affected Olivia so much after the show that she revealed she had asked The Bachelor to cover her mental-health expenses.

"I was calling The Bachelor people being like, 'You're paying for my therapy and all this stuff because this is your fault.' They didn't [pay for it]. They made sure Dr. Selden called me every once in a while to make sure I was still alive," Olivia said, referencing Dr. Catherine Selden, the show's resident psychiatrist.

Because Olivia was so disliked in the house during her time on The Bachelor, the women talked about her behind her back and poked fun at her appearance. Olivia was torn apart for her breasts and alleged ugly toes and bad breath.


Olivia was already dealing with noticeably-strange insecurities such as the look of her legs and "cankles."

"I really, truly felt bullied on the show," Olivia told Amy.

Olivia also claimed she was incredibly let down and hurt by a show producer named Caitlin, whom she mistakenly trusted whole-heartedly.

"I thought she was my best friend in the world. Come to hear, a lot of the girls, when they were in their [producer interviews] and the producers were trying to get them to talk sh-t about me, Caitlin would say things like, 'God, isn't she so annoying?'" Olivia recalled.

Olivia also said producers would manipulate her into doing things that eventually shaped her villainous edit on The Bachelor.

For instance, Olivia alleged, "At the time, my producer would be like, 'Hey, Ben asked us to ask you if you'll grab him first.' So, I'd be like, 'Oh! Yeah, sure, whatever. Fine.' In hindsight, he probably never cared or even asked for me to grab him first."

As fans of the franchise are well aware, a girl who grabs The Bachelor first at a cocktail party or group date is often viewed in a negative light as being selfish or inconsiderate.

Olivia also apparently had trouble landing a job after the show, as one new organization admitted she'd be a "PR nightmare" for them.


"I know that this is their job," Olivia noted on her podcast. "And I get it. But I ask myself all the time, 'How do they sleep at night?'"

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 - 02:29 PM EST
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People News : Abby Lee Miller reportedly undergoes emergency spinal surgery
Dance Moms Abby Lee Miller reportedly experienced a scare on Tuesday, as she needed emergency spinal surgery.

The 51-year-old former Dance Moms star went under the knife Tuesday at 1AM on her spinal cord, Extra reported.

Orthopedic spine surgeon Dr. Hooman Melamed of Marina del Rey, CA, reportedly treated Abby after she had been complaining of back pain for a couple of weeks.

An MRI test revealed Abby had an infection in her spine that could result in paralysis if left untreated, according to Extra. Immediate surgery was therefore required.

Abby reportedly had the procedure done just one week after being hospitalized for a thyroid condition.

The former reality TV star and dance instructor left her halfway house in order to attend to her health crisis.

Abby was released from the Victorville Federal Correctional Institution in California on March 27 after eight months in prison.

Abby pleaded guilty to bankruptcy fraud in Pittsburgh, PA, in June 2016, and then in May 2017, she was sentenced to one year and one day behind bars.

She agreed to stay in the Residential Reentry Center in Long Beach under strict guidelines and supervision following her release.

TMZ reported Abby will be able to move out of the halfway house on May 25, 2018.

Despite her sudden surgery, Abby has been looking and seemingly feeling great. She lost an incredible amount of weight since undergoing gastric bypass surgery in April 2017. Entertainment Tonight reported in late January she had lost about 100 pounds.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 - 01:30 PM EST
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Airdate Schedule News : 'Love It or List It' starring Hilary Farr and David Visentin returns with new episodes in May on HGTV
Love It or List It Love It or List It will premiere all-new episodes next month on HGTV.

HGTV has announced new Season 13 episodes of Love It or List It will debut Monday, May 7 at 9PM ET/PT.

The popular series will air eight fresh episodes and continue to star Hilary Farr and David Visentin with all of their banter and wit.

Hilary and David are tasked with helping homeowners make a difficult decision between loving their newly-renovated home thanks to the talents of Hilary, or selling their original home and purchasing a new one discovered by David that might be a better fit for a family's needs.

"I always do my best to accommodate each owner's list of 'must haves,'" Hilary said in a statement.

"I may need to get extra creative depending on my budget, but I know when I finish revamping their home, the owners will love it."

As for David, he added, "I try to take homeowners outside their comfort zone to make the most of their budget and make them see what they could get for their money if they are brave enough to list it."

In the May 7 episode of Love It or List It, Hilary and David will meet a young couple living in an outdated 1970s ranch home previously owned by her late grandmother.

Hilary will attempt a dramatic redesign, complete with an open floorplan, a functional closet and bright bathroom with a walk-in shower for the master bedroom, and a cozy fireplace in the living room.

Hilary will also work to improve the kitchen by adding in an oversized island perfect for entertaining.

Meanwhile, David will try to convince the couple to put the home on the market and buy a newer property that fulfills their lengthy wishlist.

Season 13 of Love It or List It premiered on HGTV last year. 

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 - 01:28 PM EST
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Show Update News : 'Married at First Sight' recap: Molly Duff and Jonathan Francetic decide to divorce as Ryan Buckley's doubts devastate Jaclyn Schwartzberg
Married at First Sight Married at First Sight featured Molly Duff and Jonathan Francetic telling their friends and family days ahead of "Decision Day" they had agreed to get divorced during Tuesday night's episode of the Lifetime series' sixth season.

Molly and Jonathan's marriage has been a roller-coaster from the start, as Jonathan has been shut out from any physical intimacy or affection. Molly never found her husband physically attractive -- although she recognized he's handsome and they have important values, hobbies and marriage expectations in common.

Well, a blowout fight at an Orlando bar during last week's episode resulted in the end of their marriage and Molly moving back in with her mother seven into this extreme social experiment.

More than 50 days into the marriages, Jonathan revealed to the cameras, "We both pretty much think this marriage is over."

Jonathan and Molly both sought out loved ones for support and advice following their split.


Molly told her sister that Jon's decision to record their argument was a violation of trust and that was "it" for her, while Jonathan told his pal that being married to Molly was like continuously running into a brick wall with no progress or hope.

"We have already determined that we are getting divorced," Jonathan told his friend. "I've put so much into this marriage that I'm devastated."

Molly also told her sister that Jon had "made it very clear" he didn't want to stay married to her.

Meanwhile, Shawniece Jackson and Jephte Pierre were doing great as Decision Day neared. Shawniece didn't want to be a failure, so she was scared and nervous about this day. She called it "the most important decision of my life."

But Jephte admitted that if he had to decide whether to stay married or get a divorce immediately after their trip to Vermont, he probably would have given up and let her go.

However, Jephte noted a lot had happened since then, like a new adorable puppy, and they were in a good place.


"I think we're a good fit... I could see myself with her in the long run," Jephte told the cameras.

Shawniece then revealed Jephte was everything she wanted in a husband, except for his stubbornness.

On Day 53, Ryan Buckley hosted the guys for dinner at his apartment, while Shawniece had the ladies over her place.

Jonathan remained quiet for a while and the guys could tell something was up, so it didn't take long for him to admit the breakup. Jonathan told the guys that even Dr. Jessica Griffin believed he had been a victim of "verbal and emotional abuse."

"We both know we're walking into Decision Day saying no," Jonathan noted.


Jephte opened up about his fight with Shawniece in Vermont that resulted in confusion and second-guessing in attempt to relate to Jonathan; however, he made it clear that he was happy overall.

Ryan then took this opportunity to admit he was torn over whether to remain married to Jaclyn Schwartzberg since they fought often and she had made a habit of shutting him out.

"We're not as close as we were, like, I just feel more distant now. If we were to cut ties, I wouldn't be heartbroken at all," Ryan confessed.

"That's one of the biggest reasons I feel like I don't know what's going to happen. Because why would I feel nothing if I'm getting divorced from my wife?"

Jephte insisted it wasn't fair for Ryan to judge Jaclyn after only seven weeks with her, and Jonathan seemed to agree.


"Ryan is about as confusing as Molly at this point. I think he's scared and doesn't want to get hurt, which is fair and valid. But some of it just doesn't compute. I think Ryan's expectations are really high... and it's only hurting his situation," Ryan explained in a confessional.

Regardless of what was to occur on Decision Day, Jephte hoped the guys would stay in touch and remain friends after this.

Meanwhile, Molly revealed her bad news to the girls on "Taco Tuesday."

"It's 150 percent permanent," Molly told the girls of her pending divorce, "like not a single question [in my head]... there's no going back."

Molly claimed she had put all of her effort into the marriage but Jonathan eventually lost patience with her over their lack of a physical connection.


Molly wished she and Jonathan could at least end on the same page, with a mutual feeling of respect and closure, but she feared that wasn't going to happen -- especially since Jonathan refused to answer her attempts at communication.

After the dinner, once Ryan and Jaclyn returned home, Ryan confessed to his wife that he was "really torn" over their future together. And after dropping that bombshell, he insisted to Jaclyn that he had every right to feel scared and apprehensive at this point.

Ryan admitted he was still unsure about Decision Day, and she was shocked and blindsided. She thought they both wanted to make the marriage work. Jaclyn therefore began questioning herself, thinking, "What am I still doing? Because you could end it in five days."

Ryan addressed his concerns about their frequent fights and how they threatened divorce every time an argument happened. Ryan feared divorce would always be an option and an escape if they were to stay married, and he didn't want that type of tumultuous relationship.

"If it's going to work, it's going to work. If it's not, it's not," Ryan pointed out.

"It's not going to work with that attitude," Jaclyn noted, later adding that her marriage was "hanging by a thread" and "it might actually be over."


The next day, Jonathan drove to see his mother Cheryl and his stepfather to disclose the fact he's getting a divorce. Cheryl called it "a shame," as she was excited for her son and seemed to really like Molly.

Cheryl could tell her son was very disappointed, but she knew it would only be a matter of time before he bounced back. Jonathan said the experts did a great job matching him with Molly but the situation wasn't right.

That night, Jaclyn helped Molly pack her stuff when Jonathan wasn't home. Molly couldn't believe Jonathan could cut her off so easily, as she sent him a long text message that he never responded to. She felt Jonathan blamed her for everything and took no responsibility.

Jaclyn then expressed to Molly how Ryan was suddenly confused about their relationship, and Molly told Jaclyn that she should never have to convince her husband to want to be with or stay with her.

On Day 55 of the marriages, Shawniece and Jephte got into a little tiff over their cars, and he acknowledged they often disagreed. Shawniece felt she couldn't win with Jephte, and she clearly thought the argument was over something silly.


But it didn't take long for the couple to laugh things off, and Shawniece realized Jephte cared and wanted their marriage to work just as much as she did.

Meanwhile, Jaclyn was devastated, feeling her marriage was "on the brink of divorce."

However, Ryan apologized to his wife for acting weird and being unsure. Jaclyn was so happy to hear regret in Ryan's voice, because she confessed that she had felt "super hurt" by his doubts. At the end of the day, Jaclyn really wanted to be with Ryan.

As part of his apology, Ryan presented Jaclyn with a very sweet and thoughtful gift. He had molded flowers from their wedding day into a dainty silver necklace, and she cried tears of joy.


Ryan and Jaclyn were continuing to build trust in one another, and Ryan acknowledged he didn't want to mess things up.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 - 12:07 PM EST
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People News : 'Married at First Sight' alum Sam Role reveals the sex of her baby with fiance Chris Wise
Married at First Sight Married at First Sight alum Sam Role has revealed whether she has a baby boy or girl on the way.

Sam, a 33-year-old consultant who appeared on Married at First Sight's third season, is expecting a daughter with her fiance Chris Wise.

"Yay!!!! We are so excited to finally tell what we are having! And it's a....... GIRL!!!!" Sam recently captioned a series of photos on Instagram featuring the couple kissing on a beach, little pink sandals, a pink balloon and an adorable gender-reveal cake with tiny birds on it.

The couple already has a name picked out for their baby: Isabella, according to People.

"I will be the first one to give my mom and dad a little girl, and I can't wait to do so many mom-and-daughter things!" Sam gushed to the magazine.

Sam added of her late grandmother, "I wish my grandmother was here because she would've been so excited. Her middle name will be named after my grams who passed -- Myra."

The former reality TV star and Chris, a 31-year-old analyst, got engaged in January 2018 in Atlanta, GA, after dating for almost one year, and now she's more than five months along in her pregnancy.

Sam was thrilled to find out she's expecting because she wasn't sure it was possible given she was diagnosed with endometriosis when she was younger. She said she took a total of eight pregnancy tests to confirm the big news.

"The one thing I'm excited the most for is to be able to have a little mini 'us' to watch grow up into a beautiful and strong woman," Sam told People. "And all the shopping we will get to do -- if that's her thing, of course!"

Sam tied the knot with Neil Bowlus on Married at First Sight in 2015, but they split in June 2016.

Sam and Neil's breakup on Decision Day was one of the most heart-wrenching scenes the show has ever had.

Sam spent weeks treating Neil poorly and hurting his feelings, but once she determined she should give him a chance and really get to know him, she started to fall for him.

Once Sam realized, however, that she wanted to stay married to Neil, he had already checked out of their marriage -- and Sam completely understood why.

Neil ultimately declared he wanted to file for divorce, prompting Sam to run outside and cry on her hands and knees. But the pair remained good friends once the show wrap and continue to provide mutual support and encouragement.

Married at First Sight currently airs sixth-season episodes every Tuesday night at 9PM ET/PT on Lifetime.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 - 10:54 AM EST
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Show Update News : 'The Voice' recap: Blake Shelton and Alicia Keys' teams perform for a second shot at making Top 12
The Voice (Season 14) The Voice featured 10 performances by the members of Blake Shelton and Alicia Keys' teams during Tuesday night's one-hour episode on NBC.

As Team Blake and Team Alicia took the stage one at a time for the Live Playoffs round, home viewers voted in real-time for their favorite artists or performances.

After Adam Levine and Kelly Clarkson's teams sing on Wednesday night's one-hour broadcast of The Voice, the season's Top 12 artists will be revealed. (Four of the Top 12 -- Brynn Cartelli, Sharane Calister, Kyla Jade and Britton Buchanan -- have already been announced).

Tuesday night's performance show kicked off with Spensha Baker, a 25-year-old from Boerne, TX, singing "Smoke Break."

Kelly said she's going to be "a force in country music," and Blake noted that while he tries hard not to pick favorites in this competition, Spensha happens to be one of his favorite artists he's ever worked with on the show because of her voice, personality and stage presence.

Wilkes, a 33-year-old from Waleska, GA, then performed an interesting and surprising rendition of No Doubt's "Don't Speak."

The coaches were wildly excited about this performance, especially because Wilkes had an amazing recovery after his microphone stand nearly dropped to the ground when he was in the middle of belting out a high note.

Alicia explained that Wilkes is special and has a "ridiculous range," so he "deserves to be here." Blake added that it was a great song choice and he was really impressed.

Pryor Baird, a 35-year-old from Nashville, TN, sang "9 to 5" and got all the coaches up on their feet.

Adam called Pryor "amazing" and said he must remain on the show just so he can listen to him sing more songs.

"He belongs here," Adam pointed out, before Blake agreed that Pryor deserves to be on The Voice and it's hard to imagine him not getting through because of the momentum and fanbase he's building. Blake said everyone is talking about Pryor.

Austin Giorgio, a 21-year-old from Rochester, NY, took the stage with a crooner rendition of "Love Yourself."

Alicia said Austin has such a light inside of him and she loves that he's keeping "the classic style alive." Blake explained that Austin has "earned his place moving forward on this show" because there is no one carrying the torch for the type of music he wants to make.

"You're a gift to us, man, and I hope that people vote for you," Blake gushed.

Wrapping up Team Blake's performances was Gary Edwards, a 26-year-old from Dallas, TX, who belted out "America the Beautiful" and received a standing ovation. Kelly said his range is "insane" and Blake was so glad that Gary had made his presence known on The Voice.

Team Alicia was up next, starting with Terrence Cunningham, a 36-year-old from Los Angeles, CA, who sang "Ain't Nobody."

Adam said it's like Terrence is from a different planet and no one truly understands how difficult it is to accomplish what Terrence has achieved vocally. Adam called the artist's voice complicated, sophisticated, seasoned, jazzy, and left of center.

"You are what the show should epitomize, which is a fresh, original, different and unique voice. It was amazing," Adam gushed.

Alicia added America should vote for Terrence because he arranges and creates his own music the way he hears it in his heart and the artist marches to the beat of his own drum. Alicia noted that Terrence has the ability to move people.

Christiana Danielle, a 22-year-old from Fort Wayne, IN, then belted out "Take Me To Church."

"I think you might be the greatest person on this show!" Kelly exclaimed. "I love my team. My team is flawless... but if I'm looking at anyone on anybody's team, you are the one to beat. You are ridiculous."

Alicia explained that Christiana is a special soul and "a goddess descending upon the earth."  Alicia complimented the artist's energy being pure and her one-of-a-kind voice. Alicia wants Christiana to be the artist whom America can take credit for discovering.

Jackie Foster, a 22-year-old from Boston, MA, impressed with her performance of "Alone."

After receiving a standing ovation, Alicia admitted that her mouth was hanging open the whole time. Alicia said Jackie has a clear sense of who she is and she chooses beautiful songs that end up being delivered "effortlessly."

After saying Jackie is genuine and powerful, Alicia asked home viewers not to take for granted what she was just able to pull off.

Kelsea Johnson, a 22-year-old from Woodland Hills, CA, then took the stage with "Need U Bad."

Alicia pointed out how Kelsea was "swagging so hard," adding that she has an essence all her own and she's carving out her own space on this show and in the music industry.

Johnny Bliss, a 26-year-old from New York, NY, then closed the show with a stunning performance of "One and Only."

"There's not one style of music that you cannot conquer," Alicia said, also noting that he's extremely versatile.

Alicia said Johnny's voice is strong and one of a kind. She was also impressed by Johnny's range, as he can sing songs recorded by female vocalists in their original high key.

Only two artists will advance from each team on Wednesday, rounding out The Voice's fourteenth-season Top 12 contestants.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 - 10:15 AM EST
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Features & Interviews : Exclusive: Chris Noble talks 'Survivor: Ghost Island' -- I'm sorry their fragile egos couldn't handle me
Survivor: Ghost Island Chris Noble was voted out of Survivor: Ghost Island after the three tribes merged into Lavita during Wednesday night's episode on CBS.

Chris, a 27-year-old male model from Florida Keys, FL, was voted out of newly-merged Lavita on Night 22 of the game at Tribal Council -- the first Tribal Council he actually attended all season long -- through a 10-2 vote instead of Libby Vincek, a 24-year-old social media strategist from Houston, TX.

Survivor host Jeff Probst only revealed seven of the votes for Chris at Tribal Council. The two castaways who voted for Libby were Desiree Afuye, a 21-year-old student from Brooklyn, NY, and Angela Perkins, a 42-year-old Army veteran from Cincinnati, OH.

Chris, however, could not vote because he had wagered his vote on Ghost Island in attempt to lengthen the time he could play a hidden Immunity Idol he had found. Chris said he was "blindsided" and the idol sitting in his pocket on his way out of the game was cursed.

During an exclusive interview with Reality TV World on Thursday, Chris talked about his Survivor: Ghost Island experience. Below is the concluding portion of what he had to say.

Reality TV World: You thought you had formed close bonds on the island, but a lot of castaways -- like Laurel Johnson -- were shown talking about how they couldn't stand it when you'd gloat. Was any of that hurtful to you watching the season back? Were you surprised to see some of the castaways talking about you the way they did?

Chris Noble: I was definitely surprised. Yeah, you know, look, I was surprised. I think I was misunderstood by them. I have accomplished a lot in my life, and we were out on that island talking about our lives.

I've lived a very interesting life, and I think people with bruised egos hang their hats on some of the bright things I talked about that I have done in my life instead of also realizing that I also failed a lot of times in my life, and I was honest about all of that.

And I never went out of my way on that show with my tribemates to be arrogant or cocky. In my confessionals, yes I did, because this is part of the fawnings in the show, but never to them and never to disrespect them.

So to get the reactions by some of my tribemates was just a misunderstand of who I am, but I'm sorry their fragile egos couldn't handle someone who was confident and didn't care what they had to say per se.

I mean, I wouldn't say I didn't care about what they had to say, but I was confident and comfortable in my own skin. How's that?

Reality TV World: How long were you actually gone for when you took your round-trip boat ride to Ghost Island? Did it actually take several hours as suggested during the episode?

Chris Noble: No, time was a blur. It was such an incredible experience. It was so thrilling, and it probably lasted an hour. But it was probably one of the most amazing hours of my life, and I got to be the only one to experience this, and I had a peace and a quietness about it because I wasn't with anyone else. I'll take that memory forever.

Reality TV World: Okay, you being gone an hour better explains how no one woke up in the middle of the night and noticed you were missing. After all, castaways typically say they sleep terribly because of the conditions out there and whatnot.

Chris Noble: Yes. At Naviti though, we had won so many challenges throughout our time that we had the comfort items, we had the chairs, we had pillows and blankets.

And so, as far as Survivor terms are concerned -- or the Survivor conditions -- we actually had a fairly comfortable setup by the time we got to the merge, with all of the things we had accumulated, so people actually got decent sleep at times.

The only guy I was worried about was [Domenick Abbate]; that guy is a night owl! And he's the last person I want to see catch me running around. So I waited an hour or two until everyone was knocked out, and I scoped out the field, and when I saw my moment to strike, I snuck out and I snuck back in and no one knew.

Reality TV World: I'm assuming your biggest regret is not playing the idol when you knew Domenick and Wendell Holland were gunning for you. But do you have any other regrets, like playing the game of chance on Ghost Island to begin with or being so focused on getting Domenick out?

Chris Noble: Actually, my biggest regret is not [not] playing the idol. That's not my biggest regret. For one, I don't live life with regrets, but if I had to go back and do something differently, it would have been to tame down my impulsive behavior and my frustration with how... the cast was playing the game and just not have said anything to everyone at the water well.

That was the worst thing I could have done. I'm okay with my decision to not play the idol. I wasn't going to use it to play three more days. I wanted to win, and if I wanted to win, I had to take a chance. I took a chance but it didn't work out.

Reality TV World: Everyone seemed to think Libby was a huge threat. What was your take on Libby? Could you explain why people thought she was so dangerous? Because viewers haven't seen much of her so far this season.

Chris Noble: I didn't think Libby was that dangerous. I personally liked Libby. Some of the crap people are talking about her I think is ridiculous, and personally, I think some of them are haters! She's a beautiful and intelligent girl that really was just loyal, at least to this point in the game, from what I can tell.

I mean, she's been loyal to her tribe the whole time, so this beef with some of these people and her obviously on the down-low, I think may just be a ploy to get people to turn on her. I don't know why people feel that way. And yeah, that's it. That's all I have to say about it.

To read the rest of Reality TV World's exclusive Survivor: Ghost Island interview with Chris Noble, check out our page for the season.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 - 06:21 PM EST
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Videos : Exclusive: Watch 'Married at First Sight's Shawniece Jackson and Jephte Pierre be unsure
Married at First Sight Married at First Sight's Season 6 couples are seven weeks into this extreme marriage experiment.

After saying "I do" to a complete stranger, Season 6's three couples -- Jaclyn Schwartzberg and Ryan Buckley, Shawniece Jackson and Jephte Pierre, and Molly Duff and Jonathan Francetic -- have certainly come a long way.

However, blowout arguments and frequent tiffs have taken a toll on these couples, and they are days away from making one of the most important decisions of their lives -- whether to stay married or get a divorce.

It's make or break time. As viewers saw in last week's episode, Molly and Jonathan's romance is pretty much over.

Shawniece and Jephte, on the other hand, seem to be the strongest couple on the show. Not only do they respect and care for each other, but they added a puppy to the family!

On the next episode of Married at First Sight on Lifetime, the couples will be forced to really examine their relationships. Shawniece and Jephte have both said this season there is potential to fall in love with each other, but after all they've been through, can their feelings truly grow into love?

Check out the exclusive Reality TV World preview clip below in which Jephte expresses fear and concern to Shawniece about getting stuck in a loveless marriage long-term.

Married at First Sight's next sixth-season episode will air tonight at 9PM ET/PT on Lifetime.


Posted by: Reality TV World staff on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 - 06:15 PM EST
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Spoilers News : 'The Bachelorette' spoilers: Becca Kufrin's Final 4 bachelors allegedly revealed!
The Bachelorette 14 The Bachelorette star Becca Kufrin has made it all the way to the men's hometown dates during the filming process, and her alleged Final 4 bachelors have leaked.

[Spoiler Warning: Please stop reading now if you don't want to find out which four guys receive hometown dates on The Bachelorette].

The Bachelorette's fourteenth season began taping on March 15 and is set to premiere Monday, May 28 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC.

Show creator Mike Fleiss teased on Twitter this season promises to be one of "the most romantic" The Bachelorette editions ever.

Becca started with 28 bachelors competing for her heart, and now she's down to only four guys with three weeks left until her final Rose Ceremony when she picks a winner, according to Reality Steve spoiler blogger Steve Carbone.

Becca's Final 4 suitors are Jason Tartick, a 29-year-old banker from Seattle, WA, who currently resides in Seattle, WA; Blake Horstmann, a 28-year-old sales representative for Coors from Denver, CO; Colton Underwood, a 26-year-old NFL free agent from Los Angeles, CA; and Garrett Yrigoyen, a 29-year-old surgical technology consultant from Reno, NV.

Becca cut her group of suitors from six to four following a round of dates in the Bahamas, according to Carbone, who says the season's hometown dates will begin filming April 18.

Colton, Blake and Garrett received each one-on-one dates during The Bachelorette's week in the Bahamas, according to Carbone, while Jason received the rose on the week's three-on-one date.

Jason's hometown date will be filmed on April 18 in Buffalo, NY, where he's originally from. His parents reportedly live in Charlotte, NC, now, but they will be flown to Buffalo for their meet and greet with Becca.

Blake's date will be taped April 20 in Bailey, CO. Blake will reportedly escort the beautiful Minnesota publicist to a Betty Who concert at his former high school, Platte Canyon.

Colton's hometown date will be taped on April 22 in Aurora, CO, and Garrett will introduce Becca to his loved ones on April 24 in Manteca, CA, where his parents live.


Below is more information on Becca's alleged Final 4 suitors, according to Carbone.

Blake graduated from Hastings College in 2011 with a degree in marketing and communications. As fans may recall, Blake showed up on The Bachelor: After the Final Rose with a horse for Becca.

Garrett played baseball at the University of Nevada and was previously married. He was engaged to Kayla Cunningham and they tied the knot on September 19, 2015, however Nevada court records indicate the couple filed for divorce six months later.

Garrett reportedly received Becca's First Impression Rose and is a "major frontrunner" to win her heart.

If Becca chooses Garrett in the end -- which Carbone says is a strong and likely possibility -- she will become the fourth Bachelorette to choose her First Impression-Rose recipient in the finale.

Colton was on the Oakland Raiders roster last season. He attended Illinois St. University and became known for dating US gymnast Aly Raisman. Colton and Aly, however, broke up last year.

And Jason received his MBA from the University of Rochester in 2016. He went to SUNY Geneseo for undergrad, where he played soccer.

The final Rose Ceremony will take place about one week into May, although Carbone doesn't have an idea yet where the location will be, nor has he gotten wind of where Becca will enjoy her overnight Fantasy Suite dates.

To read more spoilers on Becca's The Bachelorette season, click here.

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Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 - 06:14 PM EST
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Featured Galleries : 'Married at First Sight' Couples Now: Who's still together? Who's split up? (PHOTOS)
Married at First Sight Married at First Sight premiered in 2014 and has completed five editions featuring 15 different couples so far, with its sixth season currently airing on Lifetime.

In each season, three couples are paired up by relationships experts and agree to marry when they first meet. Complete strangers become husband and wife in a matter of seconds, and then their lives are documented by cameras over the course of about six weeks.

The couples enjoy their first night together in a hotel after exchanging vows -- and some decide to have sex -- and then they embark on a honeymoon, move in together, and simply attempt to conquer the struggles of daily life as man and wife.

At the end of the extreme experiment, each couple must decide whether they'd like to stay married or get a divorce.

Married at First Sight has had mixed results over the last few years. While many pairs choose to stay together and continue on with married life at the end of a season, the real world away from cameras seems to hit them hard, resulting in a split months later.

Do cast members see a different side of their spouses once cameras are turned off, or do the romances naturally fizzle over time?

Some couples are still together to this day and are extremely happy. Jamie Otis and Doug Hehner from Season 1, for example, are overjoyed about having just welcomed their first child together in August 2017, a baby girl they named Henley.

But then there are Married at First Sight relationships that ended badly. Jessica Castro from Season 2, for instance, accused her ex-husband Ryan De Nino of alleged death threats, and she went on to file a restraining order and lawsuit against him.

Are the remaining Married at First Sight couples lovers, friends or enemies?! What is the current status of each relationships now?!

Click the BEGIN GALLERY link below to see a photo of each Married at First Sight couple and find out! 

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 - 06:09 PM EST
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Friday, April 06
·Exclusive: Bradley Kleihege talks 'Survivor: Ghost Island' -- Libby Vincek is as fake as all the makeup on her face (0)
·Kendra Wilkinson confirms Hank Baskett split -- "Today is the last day of my marriage" (0)
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Thursday, April 05
·Exclusive: Bradley Kleihege talks 'Survivor: Ghost Island' -- I went on 'Survivor' wanting to be a villain! (0)
·Former 'Road Rules' star Brian Lancaster found dead at age 43 (0)
·Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi slams divorce rumors, reveals how she's changed since original 'Jersey Shore' (0)
·Tonya Harding, Adam Rippon and Jamie Anderson reportedly going 'Dancing with the Stars' (0)
·'Married at First Sight' casting for Season 7 in Philadelphia (0)
·'Survivor: Ghost Island' votes off Bradley Kleihege as two new idols and one advantage come into play (0)
Wednesday, April 04
·Kristin Cavallari lands her own 'Very Cavallari' reality series on E! (0)
·Mike Holmes's 'Holmes: Next Generation' debuting on DIY Network in April (0)
·Exclusive: James Lim talks 'Survivor: Ghost Island' (Part 2) (0)
·Kym Johnson and Robert Herjavec announce gender of their twin babies! (0)
·Desiree Afuye -- 5 things to know about the 'Survivor: Ghost Island' castaway (0)
·'America's Next Top Model' recap: Jeana Turner gets another chance after impressing guest judge! (0)
·Angela Perkins -- 5 things to know about the 'Survivor: Ghost Island' castaway (0)
·'Married at First Sight' recap: Molly Duff warms up to Jonathan Francetic, as communication breaks down for another couple (0)
·Sebastian Noel -- 5 things to know about the 'Survivor: Ghost Island' castaway (0)
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