Friday, December 25, 2009

Who will be on "Survivor Heroes Vs Villains"?

With the announcement that next season's "Survivor: Heroes Vs. Villains" will be another all-star cast, rumors are starting to swirl as to which memorable castaways will return. While nothing is confirmed as of yet, a rumored list of the twenty contestants has been leaked. The list seems to make a lot of sense, but again it is not fact and shouldn't be taken as such. Here's the possible lineup of returning castaways...

The Heroes:
-Colby (Australia)
-Rupert (Pearl Islands)
-Tom (Palau)
-Stephanie (Palau & Guatemala)
-Cirie (Exile Island)
-Candice (Cook Islands)
-James (China)
-Amanda (China)
-Sugar (Gabon)
-JT (Tocantins)

The Villains:
-Jerri (Australia)
-Boston Rob (Marquesas)
-Sandra (Pearl Islands)
-Danielle (Exile Island)
-Parvati (Cook Islands)
-Courtney (China)
-Randy (Gabon)
-Coach (Tocantins)
-Tyson (Tocantins)
-Russell (Samoa)

The list seems pretty accurate, although I am a little surprised by the omissions of Ozzy, Yul, and Yao Man from the Heroes & Sue, Brian & Johnny Fairplay from the Villains. Richard Hatch couldn't do the show because of his home confinement, Ethan couldn't because he's battling cancer and Amber probably didn't because she just had a baby. What do you think of the list? Who would you add or subtract? Leave a comment and share your thoughts!

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Midseason 2010 Reality TV Premieres

A new year brings with it a new batch of some of your favorite reality TV shows. Here's your handy guide to this winter and spring's reality TV premieres. Bookmark this list and check back often for up to date info!

January 4th "The Bachelor: On the Wings of Love" Mondays 8pm ABC

January 5th "The Biggest Loser 9" Tuesdays 8pm NBC

January 5th "Last Restaurant Standing" Tuesdays 9pm BBC America

January 12th "American Idol 9" Tuesdays 8pm & Wednesdays 9pm FOX

January 14th "Project Runway 7" Thursdays 10pm Lifetime

January 28th "America's Best Dance Crew 5" Thursdays 10pm MTV

February 3rd "Shear Genius 3" Wednesdays 10pm Bravo

February 11th "Survivor 20: Heroes Vs. Villains" Thursdays 8pm CBS

February 14th "The Amazing Race 16" Sundays 8pm CBS

March 3rd "America's Next Top Model 14" Wednesdays 8pm CW

March 14th "Celebrity Apprentice 3" Sundays 9pm NBC

March 22nd "Dancing with the Stars 10" Mondays & Tuesdays 8pm ABC

April 7th "Real World/Road Rules Challenge: Fresh Meat II" Wednesdays 10pm MTV

April 7th "Top Chef: Masters 2" Wednesdays 10pm Bravo

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Natalie White Wins "Survivor 19: Samoa"

On tonight's season finale of "Survivor Samoa" Natalie White was crowned the winner and took home the $1 million prize. The finale began with Brett winning his third consecutive immunity challenge, which forced Foa Foa to turn on each other. At tribal council everyone voted out Jaison making him the eighth jury member. The next day the castaways took part in the last immunity challenge, a balance and coordination game. At long last Brett lost the challenge when Russell beat him in a nail biting face-off. Unsurprisingly, the Foa Foa members took this final opportunity to get rid of Brett and made him the last jury member. That left Russell, Natalie & Mick to make their final pleas to the jury of nine. Once everyone said their peace the jury cast their votes for the winner. Back in L.A. Jeff revealed that by a vote of 7 to 2 Natalie beat Russell making her the sole Survivor.

At the end of the reunion Jeff announced what we already suspected. That Survivor 20 would be "Heroes Vs. Villains" where twenty all stars would return to compete once again. The new season premieres February 11th and when the identities of the castaways are revealed I'll post them right here!

Friday, December 18, 2009

Shambo Waters Voted Off "Survivor Samoa"

On yesterday's penultimate "Survivor Samoa" Shannon "Shambo" Waters became the fifteenth castaway voted out of the game. It was originally supposed to be Brett that went home, but that plan was nixed when Brett won his second straight immunity challenge, a memorization game. With Brett having safety Russell, Jaison and Natalie had to decide between Mick or Shambo to go home. At tribal council the former Foa Foa members stuck together and voted out Shambo. Now four Foa Foa and Brett make up the final five. Which three will make it to the end to have a shot at winning the $1 million? Tune in Sunday for the 3 hour season finale and find out!

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Joe McElderry Wins U.K's "The X Factor"

On this weekend's "X Factor" finale in the U.K. 18 year old Joe McElderry beat Olly Murs to be crowned the competition's new champ. The final started with the three remaining contestants performing three songs each. Stacey sang a duet with Michael Buble, Olly sang with Robbie Williams and Joe performed with George Michael. In the end Stacey received the fewest amount of votes and was eliminated. That left Olly and Joe to battle it out. After 24 hours of voting Joe emerged victorious and was declared winner of "The X Factor" 2009. If you live outside the U.K. you can still watch all this season's performances online here!

Friday, December 11, 2009

Dave and Monica Voted Off "Survivor Samoa"



Yesterday's "Survivor: Samoa" saw Dave Ball and Monica Padilla both voted out in a double elimination. At the first immunity challenge Jaison won his second individual immunity in a bowling event. At tribal council everyone unanimously voted out Dave, making him the fifth jury member. The next day at the second immunity challenge Brett came out of nowhere and won his first individual immunity. Back at camp Russell found out that Jaison let slip that he was a millionaire, which didn't sit well with Russell. However, at tribal council everyone banded together and voted out Monica. Now six castaways and two episodes remain. Who will be voted out next?

Thursday, December 10, 2009

"The Bachelor" Boot List: Brad Picks Emily (Updated with the Correct Ending)

BREAKING NEWS! Reality Steve has just updated his site with the shocking news that he was WRONG about Brad's ultimate choice! It turns out Brad actually proposed to Emily and dumped Chantal at the final rose ceremony in South Africa. Reality Steve was correct with every other elimination but is now apologizing for reporting the wrong outcome on the finale. I too apologize for not having the correct info all these weeks but this literally just happened and came clear out of the blue. I'm just glad the real outcome leaked two weeks before the finale. Reality Steve has more info here!

Week 2: Raichel Goodyear, Melissa Schreiber & Keltie Colleen sent home

Week 3: Kimberly Coon & Sarah Powell sent home. Madison Garton asks to leave

Week 4: Stacey Queripel, Meghan Merritt & Lindsey Hill sent home

Week 5: Ashley Spivey, Marissa May & Lisa Morrisey sent home

Week 6 (in Costa Rica): Alli Travis & Jackie Gordon sent home.

Week 7 (in Anguilla): Michelle Money & Britt Billmaier sent home

Week 8 (Hometowns): Shawntel Newton sent home

Week 9 (Overnight Dates in South Africa): Ashley Hebert sent home

Week 10 (Finale): Brad proposes to Emily and dumps Chantal

Are you happy with Brad's choice? Did your favorite make it far or is she gone early? Leave a comment & share your thoughts!

Monday, December 7, 2009

Meghan & Cheyne Win The Amazing Race 15

On last night's "Amazing Race 15" finale dating couple Meghan Rickey and Cheyne Whitney crossed the finish line first and won the million dollar prize. The last three teams left Prague and flew to their final destination - Las Vegas! Once there they had to rappel face first down the side of the Mandalay Bay casino and take part in a Cirque du Soleil show at the Mirage. Brian and Ericka had an early lead, but lost it when Ericka couldn't reach the flowers at the Roadblock task. The final challenge was to count out $1 million in poker chips. Sam and Dan arrived at the task first, but were overtaken by Meghan and Cheyne who had the right amount on their first try. After a quick visit with Wayne Newton the pairs raced to the finish line where Meghan & Cheyne arrived first, followed by Sam & Dan and then Brian & Ericka. "The Amazing Race" will return in the spring, with "Big Brother"s Jeff & Jordan along for the ride!

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Danyl Johnson Voted Off U.K's "X Factor"

On this weekend's "The X Factor" in the U.K. 27 year old teacher Danyl Johnson was voted off one week shy of the final. The remaining four semifinalists sang two songs each, one of which was a Michael Jackson song. When the British public voted it was Danyl who garnered the least amount of support and was sent home. That leaves three contestants to battle it out in next weekend's big finale - Olly, Stacey and Joe! One of them may be the next big international star! If you live outside the U.K. you can still watch all the performances online here!

Saturday, December 5, 2009

"Bachelor" Couple Byron and Mary Split

Another "Bachelor" couple bites the dust. Sixth season star Byron Velvick and the woman he chose, Mary Delgado have ended their five year relationship. In November 2007 Mary was arrested for assaulting Byron after a dispute became physical at a friend's condominium in Florida. Then in November 2008 Mary was arrested again for public intoxication and resisting arrest when she refused to leave a bar. The couple were engaged, but had never set a date.

Friday, December 4, 2009

John Fincher Voted Off "Survivor: Samoa"

On yesterday's "Survivor: Samoa" 25 year old rocket scientist (really!) John Fincher was voted off and became the fourth member of the jury. The episode began with the Survivor auction where the castaways bid money on various food items. Jaison spent his entire $500 on an advantage at the next immunity challenge. It was money well spent because at the challenge, which was endurance, Jaison won his first individual immunity. Back at camp Shambo wanted to get rid of Dave, but the former Galu members wanted to use the opportunity to boot John. In the end, everyone blindsided John which left Shambo shocked. Next week there are two tribal councils and two more castaways going home. Who will leave and who will make it to the final six? Tune in Thursday at 8 to find out!