After five seasons of binge drinking, late-night club brawls, Snooki-isms, and gym, tan and laundry, MTV has decided to cancel the long-running reality show ‘Jersey Shore‘ upon the end of its sixth season, premiering Thursday, October 4.
Well, this is an odd play for the Trade Federation CBS. Soon what could be considered the forerunner of modern reality TV, ‘Survivor‘ will reach a landmark 25 seasons as the series next travels to the Philippines to test the mettle of its 18 contestants. But what special guests can count themselves among the contestants? Will ‘The Facts of Life’ be enough to teach sitcom star Lisa Whelchel to survive? Who else will compete?
So much for the idea that Beyonce is not socially responsible. The singer sat down with CNN’s Anderson Cooper to discuss her song ‘I Was Here,’ which she has dedicated to World Humanitarian Day (Aug. 19), a day when the United Nations urges everyone to consider helping others around the globe who are suffering.
Since the 2012 London Olympics are said and done it’s time for NBC to bring back one of their most popular shows: ‘America’s Got Talent.’ But, strangely, on its first week back on the air we’re treated to a whole new batch of contestants.
Reality television isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. As much as we hate to admit it we’re addicted to this genre of television. We love the fights. We can’t wait to see the stupidity,and we cheer every time a cast member gets embarrassingly drunk.
It looks like user submitted cover videos of everyone’s favorite songs is the way to get famous nowadays. Sex tapes are soooo passe. It was really Carly Rae Jepsen‘s ‘Call Me Maybe’ that started the whole trend. Everyone from actor James Franco to shirtless Abercrombie + Fitch boys seemed to jump on the Jepsen train. But now some really big stars (and stripes) are getting in on the action!
Ever since Britney Spears joined the newly-revamped panel on ‘X Factor,’ reports have run rampant of her walking off the set during auditions. But when it happened on Monday, she wasn’t alone — in fact, it may have been her fellow judge, Demi Lovato, who was the first to hit the door.
On tonight’s (July 5) live episode of ‘Duets,’ the elimination took place at the top of the episode, as opposed to the end, since fans voted last week on who to keep and who to send home. Bridget Carrington and Olivia Chisholm camped out in the bottom two and faced being bounced, with Chisholm ultimately being sent home. It’s weird for a reality show to reveal the results first, but this show works differently.
Sports fans, in particular fans of nationally renowned (and occasionally peeped on) sportscaster Erin Andrews were likely dismayed last week to learn that their favorite blonde would no longer call ESPN home, but instead would seek employment elsewhere. A week later, there’s been little apart from speculation, but where will Andrews next take up a permanent position?
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