next Road Rules will vote people out, Temptation Island producers knew about kid.

next Road Rules will vote people out, Temptation Island producers knew about kid.
Entertainment Weekly talks to reality TV producers about how real their shows are, and reveals some Co-creator Jon Murray says the on the next Road Rules, ”If the cast fails more than one mission, they have to vote someone out.” Hmm. Wonder where they got that idea. Also, EW cites a source that says at least some crew members on Temptation Island may have known about Ytossie and Taheed’s kid before they arrived on the island.

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