Sunday Newspaper Reality TV Wrap Up.
The Block’s host Shelly Craft is almost due to have her second baby. She says she won’t be taking much time off. I really like this photo of her. Her views on why The Block is so popular is:
“There’s something for everyone,” she said. “If you’re a renovator you get a lot of the drama and action of that, we have a great kids audience and if you love reality there’s a lot of that going on.”
(Source: Sunday Telegraph)
Sass and Bide are one of the few fashion designers who don’t want to get their designs on The Voice. They say “they only dress international celebrities”. However the stylist of the show, Gabe Robinson, says he’s been swamped with offers from a lot of designers. (Source: Sunday Telegraph)
Kyle Sandilands talks to Ros Reines about his health, but won’t reveal his new girlfriend. (Source: Sunday Telegraph)
Ricki-Lee Coulter was rumoured to be losing one of her contract for Hold Me Tight underwear garments because of her 20 kilo weight loss. However as one door closes another opens with another rumour stating she has signed on with make up company Cover Girl. (Source: Herald Sun)
This is old but just spotted it. There was a rumour that Season One of The Amazing Race had to be re-shot because eventual winners were arriving at the pit stop days ahead of the other contestants. This has been denied by Channel Seven. (Source: Brisbane Times)
Is Dancing With The Stars contestant, Brendan Fevola, back with his wife Alex? In an interview with GQ he says Alex has a business and he packs the kids lunches! (Source: Herald Sun (locked article)
Grant Bowler from The Amazing Race Australia will play Richard Burton opposite Lindsay Lohan. Dlisted gives his amusing view on this pairing.
Reality TV alumni of Christina Anu, Anh Do, and Vince Sorrenti are all touring at the moment, not together but separately.
Network Ten has scored the format of The Audience where the concept is 50 people 50 ordinary people from all backgrounds following one person who is at a crossroads and has a life-changing decision to make. Not sure how it works at all, though a quick Google search these 50 people offer counsel. Not sure I would cope with that… Anyway apparently very popular and the concept has been sold worldwide. (Source: Herald Sun)