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Sunday Reality Tidbits

Rumours are swirling that reality TV stars Daniel Macpherson and Natalie Garonzi may have broken up. I hope not as I think Natalie is fabulous, it is great to see an intelligent and funny women on our screens. By the way she and also Sonia Kruger should get their own variety shows, but apparently the new trend is former professional sportsmen. Jason Stevens will be premiering his variety show on 7Two on the 27 November, and Shane Warne is getting a talk show on Channel 9.

Come Australia let’s get behind some of the talent women onscreen and on radio.

Charlotte Dawson from Australia’s Next Top Model talks about her breast implant implosion to the Daily Telegraph

Julien Hug a contestant from The Bachelorette has been found dead on a roadside in the dessert outside of Palm Springs. (Source: The Daily Beast beat it up and link it with a spate of reality TV “stars” death and say reality TV is cursed.

Bethanny Frankel from Real Housewives of NYC is going to be on Skating With The Stars. (Source: Reality Blurred)

Reality Blurred talks to host of The Amazing Race Phil Keoghan about whether The Amazing Race has lost its mojo.

Jennifer L Pozner has written a book called Reality Bites Back: The Troubling Truth About Guilty Pleasure TV and here is an interesting interview with her on TV Squad.

Former and I guess future reality TV star Lara Bingle talks to the Sunday Telegraph about life after breaking up from Michael Clarke. (Source: Nine MSN)


1 brain dead dave { 11.07.10 at 10:50 pm }

Warney’s talk show is going to be called “Spinning Bull$hit”

2 Reality Raver { 11.07.10 at 11:06 pm }

BDD – LMAO. I really should start a book on how long it will last for.

3 Culinary Boner { 11.08.10 at 4:35 pm }

Since when has “leakage” had the same meaning as “implosion”. Here I was, raver, opening the link to what I expected (hoped) was some lurid description of silicone-pumped breasts collapsing upon themselves like the Universe collapsing back to singularity. Instead I encounter an earnest and cautionary description of Ms Dawson’s dud cosmetic surgery experience. Something I am sure every chick who graced the pages of Australasia Post in the ’70s could bang on about. These so-called reality stars are gonna have to get with times and embrace more interesting procedures like g-spot augmentation and labioplasty if they want to continue to rely on the mainstream media to promote their failing careers.