Reality Tidbits – Tuesday Wrap Up
Australian Idol runner-up Anthony Callea has been recruited as the singing coach for the FOX8 reality series Ultimate School Musical. The show is about students from Essendon Keilor College in Melbourne putting on the production Fame. Ruby Rose is hosting the show, and Eddie Perfect is directing.
In Helen Razer’s new blog on City Search she reveals she is an American Idol fan. The article states that the show in Australia is getting 600,000 viewers per episode, which is excellant for a pay TV program.
My Kitchen Rules airs next week (Monday and Tuesday), and the pre-publicity is cranked up to full throttle. WA TV journalist went to the publicity launch on the Margaret River, and wrote about it on her blog. Unfortunately Manu Feidel was not there. She did say the food the contestants cooked was delicious.
Former Popstar Tiffani Wood’s divorce is taking an ugly turn if you can believe the Daily Telegraph.
David ‘The Hoff’ Hasselhoff is going to do a reality TV show with his daughters Taylor Ann, 19, and Hayley, 17. He will be attempting to launch their singing career. It could be an interesting show, as it is known that David has had some alcohol issues. No news on whether it will be picked up by a Network in Australia.
In other new programming news apparently Channel Seven will be filming PR firm Sweaty Betty for reality show looking at the owner vivacious Roxy Jacenko and her team. I am not sure if it is going to be semi-scripted. If you want to know what Roxy is like go to her blog at Sweaty Betty PR