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Kill Reality house hosted orgies, and Clay Aiken repeatedly called Reichen

Radar has a report on the drunken antics of the Kill Reality cast at their Malibu house. Apparently, the craziness that airs on E! is just a tiny slice of what happened. A source tells Radar that

“The whole cast was drunk or wasted throughout the taping, and everyone was having sex with everyone else. Not only were there orgies, but at one point someone relieved himself on Trishelle [Canatella, of Real World: Las Vegas and Playboy fame] in full view of the cameras–and, from what I saw, she loved it.”

Even more horrifying, Radar reports that “Tonya Cooley, the lusty blonde of Real World: Chicago fame, begged co-stars to do lines off her genitals ‘because it turns her on.'”

(If, like me, you are concerned right now that those words have burned an image into your consciouness that will never leave, you might find that slamming your fingers in a drawer repeatedly will at least temporarily distract you. It worked for me.)

Radar also reports that “the relationship on everyone’s lips was the one between Kill Reality’s only gay star, Reichen Lehmkuhl of The Amazing Race 4, and American Idol‘s Clay Aiken.” The source says, “Reichen swears there’s nothing going on. But Clay kept calling non-stop. It was all very weird.”

Even if it’s just a friendship, that has to be the oddest reality TV pairing since, well, Jonny Fairplay and Tonya Cooley.

Sex, Lines, and Videotape [Radar Fresh Intelligence]

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