Survivor: All Stars News
Reality TV's Rob Mariano, aka "Boston Rob" made his debut Tuesday morning on CBS' "The Early Show."
The New York Daily News reported this week what many have suspected for some time -- that Survivor: All-Stars contestant Jenna Lewis not only leaked her own sex tape, but along with her manager, is actually behind the creation of the Internet website that has been selling the video.
It looks like Survivor: All-Stars contestant Jenna Lewis found a media outlet willing to buy her honeymoon sex tape's "exclusive story". However the interview, conducted with the syndicated Extra entertainment news program, appears to have provided few significant previously unknown details, and instead generated several new unanswered questions.
In her first official comment regarding last month's online appearance of a honeymoon sex tape featuring herself and new husband Travis Wolfe, Jenna Lewis has released a statement claiming to be "fighting mad" over the tape's release. However the statement also promotes the video's website and mentions that the former Survivor All-Stars contestant plans to sell her "exclusive story" -- furthering speculation that the couple themselves were somehow involved in the tape's distribution.
Survivor All-Stars contestant Jenna Lewis might not be a Hollywood pop star, but clearly someone forgot to point that minor detail out to her.
In the wrap-up to Survivor: All-Stars, fourth-place finisher Rupert Boneham was awarded $1 million thanks to his popularity with the majority of the viewing audience.
"In An Alternate Universe, Jenna Won and That Sucked Too," our episode summary for the grand finale and reunion show broadcast of CBS' Survivor: All-Stars, written by landruajm, is now available.
'Survivor: All-Stars' finale averages 24.8 million viewers, over 28 million watch Rob's marriage proposalMay 12, 2004
Survivor All-Stars had to deal with the difficult task of airing versus the final episodes of NBC's departing Friends series the last few weeks, but that still didn't stop the hit CBS series from ending its own season with a bang.
As promised by Survivor host Jeff Probst on the live reunion show, each of the 18 participants in Survivor: All-Stars has recorded a video giving reasons why he or she should be awarded the $1 million prize that goes to the viewers' choice of the survivor who was deemed most worthy of the money. Not surprisingly, the pitches for the money ranged from charitable to desperate.
The beneficiary of heavy resentment regarding the manner in which her alliance and Final Two partner -- and now fiance -- Rob Mariano played the game, Survivor: The Australian Outback's Amber Brkich emerged as the champion and $1 million winner during last night's Survivor: All-Stars finale on CBS.
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