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Posts from: December 2010

Jeff Probst on a NaOnka return, Survivor Nicaragua (“not one of our greatest seasons”)

Jeff Probst basically tried to tell tribe members how to vote on Survivor Nicaragua this week, which is all the evidence even a casual viewer needs as proof that this season isn’t going to rank among the best ever. But Jeff is always honest, and though he hedges a bit, he basically admits this season …

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Brad says Bachelor ends with “a really happy ending,” and he’s not talking about a massage

Brad Womack has spoiled the end of his second time on The Bachelor by revealing that he won’t do what he did the first time. Instead, he promises that he’s fallen in love. Last week, Reality Steve spoiled the whole season, so check that out if you want to know who Brad picks and skip …

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Jillian Michaels: Biggest Loser “a gift” but “How many times can I scream last chance workout?”

The Biggest Loser trainer Jillian Michaels is leaving the show after its 11th season, and while she calls the show “a gift,” she said, “How many times can I scream last chance workout?” Meanwhile, Bob Harper promises he’ll never leave “as long as there is a show” because “Every new group that comes in here …

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Teen Mom 2 cast announced

MTV has revealed the cast of 16 and Pregnant spin-off Teen Mom‘s second season. They are, according to Us Weekly, Leah Messer, 18, who has twins with Corey Simms; Jenelle Evans, 19, who’s estranged from Andrew Lewis; Kailyn Lowry, 18, who lives with the family of her baby’s dad Johnathan “Jo” Rivera; and Chelsea Houska, …

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NBC’s Idol, X-Factor clone (sigh) has blind auditions, ugly people, swivel chairs

NBC has announced that it will air a new talent competition series that’s produced by two reality producer superstars, Survivor executive producer Mark Burnett and Big Brother producer John de Mol. The Voice of America is based on a European format and features celebrity mentors picking teams of singers who are eliminated until one team …

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