Reality Tidbits – MKR, Rhys Uhlich, Dicko and More
My Kitchen Rules, Mossy, Applied For Masterchef Australia, But Did Not Get A Look In
Mossy applied for Season 1 of Masterchef Australia but never heard back says TV Tonight. He also said he would like his own cooking show.
Rhys Uhlich Has Allegedly Busted Up With His Girlfriend
The Laundry Basket xoxo blog has an article which states Make Me A Supermodel winner Rhys Uhlich has broken up with his girlfriend. The blog is also suggests his ex-girlfriend may be pregnant.
Dicko Will Appear On Hey Hey It’s Saturday
Dicko appears to have found a new gig post Australian Idol, according to TV Tonight he will appear on Hey Hey It’s Saturday Night. He will replace Molly Meldrum who is contracted to Seven/Foxtel.
Nigel Lythgoe Hints At Big Changes On So You Think You Can Dance
The producers of the SYTYCDA may want to take notes, as Nigel Lythgoe in an interview here which states there will be major changes to the show in the US. This could mean that Mary Murphy is not longer on the judging panel.
And The Most Stupid Story Of The Day – Simon Cowell To Convert To Islam
According to this blog Simon Cowell will shame the family of his fiance Megzhan Hussainy’s family if he does not convert to Islam before he marries her. I doubt Simon will be converting.
He also wants Elton John as his wedding singer. Now this may be true.
Ryan Seacrest Posted A Spoiler On Twitter On Who Was Eliminated on American Idol
EW indicates that American Idol host Ryan Seacrest tweeted who had been eliminated prior to it being screened on the West Coast of the US. Lacey Brown was eliminated.
Does Being On A Reality TV Show Screw Up Children?
Or are the Gosselin’s and Duggars stuffing up their kids by allowing them to be filmed for reality TV. An article on Fox News suggests the affirmative.
Girl Racers Has A Premiere Date In April
If you like racing, hot girls and reality TV this could be the show for you according to TV Tonight
French Reality TV Show Has Contestants Giving Each Other Electric Shocks
The ABC states a French reality TV program called The Game of Death, contestants are asked to deliver near-fatal electric shocks to their opponents.
I can barely believe it is true, but it must be as the ABC are reporting on it.