Reality check: Reality star apologizes for starting #bedofshame, Kelly Clarkson bests Carrie Underwood

A star of the UK’s Geordie Shore, Gary Beadle, apologized for accidentally starting a Twitter trend that featured men photographing their sleeping one-night stands and posting those images to Twitter with the hashtag #bedofshame. The Daily Mail helpfully reproduces many of those. [Daily Mail]

American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson’s “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” bypassed Carrie Underwood’s “Before He Cheats,” selling 3.51 million copies to become the best-selling single by an alum of the show. [Billboard]

The City and The Hills star Whitney Port uses disposable toilet seat covers on her face. [OK! Magazine]

Tourists are flocking to Louisiana because of its reality shows such as Swamp People. [Gannett Louisiana]

Details about Mob Wives: Chicago’s filming schedule. [Downers Grove Patch]

Nik Wallenda’s Science Channel reality show was cancelled after finally airing after name and network changes. What does a guy have to do to get a series? Walk across Niagara Falls on a wire or something?

Actor and Dancing with the Stars runner-up Gilles Marini became an American citizen last week. [People]

Jill Zarin got a new TV job: She’ll be a “special correspondent” on ABC’s new Good Afternoon America. [JillZarin.com]

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