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where was Jenna’s video?


where was Jenna’s video?

The N.H. Union Leader says that Jenna’s MIA video wasn’t a cruel trick on the part of the producers (although waiting until the end to tell Jenna that her video was missing is definitely questionable). Rather, Jenna’s mom and kids were on vacation in March when the request for the video arrived from CBS, and thus they weren’t able to meet the deadline to make and send in a tape. The net says they “tried to hold off as long as we could,” but they obviously went ahead with the reward challenge sans Jenna’s video.

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