Thursday, May 31, 2012

Major "Bachelorette" Spoilers Leaked: Boot List and Emily's Ultimate Pick Revealed

We're only three episodes into the new season of "The Bachelorette" and already a full boot list and Emily's final pick has been leaked. Once again, Reality Steve has spoiled everything about this season, including who goes home each week and who goes on which dates. Obviously this is a huge spoiler which could ruin the entire season for some of you. For that reason I have written a separate, secret post that contains the full boot list. If you want to know who Emily's final three guys and ultimate choice are read my hidden post here!

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Donald Driver Wins "Dancing with the Stars 14"

On tonight's 2 hour "Dancing with the Stars" season finale NFL star Donald Driver beat opera singer Katherine Jenkins and actor William Levy to be crowned the fourteenth season champion. Yesterday, the top three performed two dances each, one of which was the freestyle dance. Katherine claimed the top spot on the judge's leaderboard with a perfect 60 out of 60. William and Donald tied for second place with 59 points. Tonight, after performances from all of this season's former contestants, the top three performed one final dance. The judges awarded all three perfect 30s. When the viewer votes were added, it was William who came in third. Finally, after 10 weeks of competition it was revealed that the winner of season 14 was Donald Driver!

Are you glad Donald took home the trophy? Were you rooting for Katherine or William? Leave a comment & share your thoughts!

Sunday, May 20, 2012

Arsenio Hall Wins "Celebrity Apprentice 5"

On tonight's season finale of Celebrity Apprentice 5 comedian Arsenio Hall beat singer Clay Aiken and was awarded $250,000 for his charity. The finale began with the culmination of the final task. Arsenio was able to use the footage that was filmed of Magic Johnson talking about his charity, while Clay was happy with the mural that was painted by Debbie's cousin. Arsenio and Clay then staged their events for their audiences and the Trumps. Both shows went very well, making Donald's decision a tough one. We then joined Trump live at the Natural History Museum in New York, where this season's celebs were reunited to hear the results. After Arsenio and Clay made their final pleas as to why they should win, Trump revealed that the winner of Celebrity Apprentice was Arsenio!

What did you think of the finale? Did Arsenio deserve to win or was Clay robbed? Leave a comment and share your thoughts!

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

TV Host Maria Menounos the Ninth Celebrity Voted Off "Dancing with the Stars 14"

On tonight's "Dancing with the Stars" results show TV Host Maria Menounos was voted off the show one week shy of the finals. Yesterday, the final four contestants performed two dances each - a ballroom routine and a Latin routine. Maria Menounos landed at the top of the judge's leaderboard with a near perfect 59 out of 60. William Levy placed second with 58 points, followed in third by Donald Driver who earned 57 points. Katherine Jenkins landed at the bottom with 56 points. Tonight, however, when the viewer votes were added, it was first place finisher Maria who garnered the least support & was eliminated from the show. Next week, the three remaining stars compete in the finals and one of them will be crowned the champion and win the coveted mirror ball trophy! Who are you rooting for?

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Kim Spradlin Wins "Survivor 24: One World"

On tonight's "Survivor 24: One World" season finale 29 year old bridal shop owner Kim Spradlin was crowned the winner and awarded the $1 million prize. The episode began with the penultimate Immunity challenge, which consisted of walking across a balance beam maze, retrieving five bags of puzzle pieces from a cargo net and then using those pieces to solve a jigsaw puzzle. Once the puzzle was completed, the castaways had to decipher a riddle on the puzzle that would give them three numbers to open a combination lock. Kim got off to a bad start on the challenge, but made a come from behind victory to earn her third immunity necklace. Back at camp, Kim and Sabrina debated whether to vote out Alicia or blindside Chelsea. At tribal council, Kim stuck with her original alliance and Alicia was voted out, becoming the eighth member of the jury. The next day, the final four reminisced about the castaways who were voted out, before meeting up with Jeff for their final Immunity challenge. The castaways had to use a long pole to maneuver ten wooden bowls around a metal structure. They then had to balance all ten bowls on top of each other without letting any fall. The challenge was neck and neck between Christina and Kim, with Kim ultimately pulling out the win & her fourth individual immunity. Back at camp, Christina essentially gave up and accepted her fate of being voted out. At tribal council, that's exactly what happened, as Christina was unanimously voted out and became the final member of the jury. On Day 39, after the traditional final three breakfast, Kim, Chelsea and Sabrina made their way to tribal council where the jury grilled them before they made their decision. After the votes were cast, we joined Jeff live in New York for the final vote reading. By a vote of 7-2 Kim beat Sabrina and was named the sole Survivor. Chelsea didn't receive one vote. Kim was also voted Fan Favorite and was awarded another $100,000. Jeff then confirmed that the next season will be "Survivor 25: The Philippines" and will feature three tribes with three returning castaways who were all medically evacuated.

What did you think of the finale? Are you happy that Kim won or were you rooting for someone else? Leave a comment below!

Clay Aiken and Arsenio Hall Revealed as the Final 2 on Tonight's "Celebrity Apprentice 5"

On tonight's penultimate "Celebrity Apprentice 5" Clay Aiken and Arsenio Hall were revealed to be the Final 2 after Trump fired Aubrey O'Day. The episode began in the boardroom with Donald firing pop star Aubrey O'Day because he felt she was transparent and inexperienced. The next day, Clay and Arsenio were told that their final task was to stage and sell tickets to a variety show to raise money for their respective charities. They also had to create a 30 second awareness ad explaining what their charity did. Eight former players were brought in to help Clay and Arsenio, four for each team. Arsenio chose Adam Carolla, Lisa Lampanelli, Paul Teutul Sr. and Teresa Giudice. Clay selected Penn Jillette, Dee Snider, Debbie Gibson and Aubrey O'Day. On Arsenio's team, Adam came up with the idea of everyone dressing up in 80s clothes and shooting an ad explaining that while these clothes were no longer around, the problem of HIV and AIDS still was. On Clay's team, Penn helped Clay come up with an ad that featured a group of kids playing in a park and the viewer not being able to tell until the end that one of the kids was disabled. The episode ended with Clay bickering with Debbie about a mural for the wall and Arsenio and Adam finding out that the clip Magic Johnson filmed for their ad was filmed wrong and was unusable. Next week, either Clay or Arsenio will be crowned the new Celebrity Apprentice and be awarded $250,000 for their charity! Who do you hope wins?

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Greg "Tarzan" Smith Voted Off "Survivor 24"

On tonight's "Survivor 24: One World" 64 year old plastic surgeon Greg "Tarzan" Smith became the thirteenth castaway voted off the show. The episode began with Tarzan telling both Kim and Alicia that they should take him to the final four because he could convince the jury to vote for them. The next day, the tribe competed in the Reward challenge, which consisted of spinning around three poles to unscrew three numbered discs and then using those discs to solve a combination lock. Chelsea won the challenge and was awarded an overnight stay on a sailboat with a three course meal and a shower. She was allowed to take two people with her on the reward and she chose Kim and Sabrina. That decision didn't sit well with Alicia and Christina and they made a pact with Tarzan to stick together and vote out Chelsea. When the three other girls returned from their reward, Kim had to do major damage control and convince Alicia that Tarzan was still a threat. Alicia fell for it hook, line and sinker and was convinced that Kim was still on her side. The next day, the castaways competed in the Immunity challenge, which was a replay of the fish bone puzzle from last season. Alicia edged out Kim and completed her puzzle first, earning her her first individual immunity. Back at camp, Alicia debated whether to vote out Chelsea or believe Kim and vote out Tarzan. At tribal council, Alicia decided to listen to Kim and vote out Tarzan, thinking he was a threat if he made it to the final three. Tarzan became the thirteenth castaway voted off and the seventh member of the jury. Now, only five women remain and one of them will be crowned the sole Survivor and be awarded the $1 million prize. Tune in Sunday for the 3 hour season finale!

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Actors Melissa Gilbert and Roshon Fegan Both Eliminated from "Dancing with the Stars 14"

On tonight's "Dancing with the Stars" results show "Little House on the Prairie" star Melissa Gilbert and Disney kid Roshon Fegan were both voted off the show in a double elimination. Yesterday, the six remaining contestants performed two dances each - an individual ballroom routine and the first ever trio dance. William Levy landed at the top of the judge's leaderboard for the first time with a 57 out of 60. Melissa Gilbert once again finished at the bottom with 51 points. Tonight, when the viewer votes were added, Melissa and second place finisher Roshon were both eliminated as they landed in the bottom two. Next week the four remaining stars perform two more dances each in the hopes of making it to the finals! Who do you hope wins the trophy?

Sunday, May 6, 2012

Teresa Giudice and Lisa Lampanelli Both Fired on Tonight's "Celebrity Apprentice 5"

On tonight's "Celebrity Apprentice 5" Real Housewives star Teresa Giudice and comedian Lisa Lampanelli were both fired by Donald Trump. The episode began with the teams learning that their new task was to create a four page pictorial for Elle magazine promoting the "Chi Touch" hairdryer. Teresa was picked as project manager for Unanimous, while Lisa stepped up for the job on Forte. On Unanimous, Teresa proved to be a very lax project manager and Aubrey and Arsenio made most of the creative decisions. On Forte, Lisa and Clay worked very well together and created a pictorial that fit perfectly inside Elle magazine. When the teams completed their ads, they presented them to the executives who then picked a winner. In the boardroom, Trump revealed that the execs much preferred Forte's ad and gave Lisa the win. On Unanimous, Trump's decision was fairly easy as Arsenio and Aubrey both placed the blame on PM Teresa and Donald had no choice but to fire her. The final four were then informed that they would immediately be interviewed by last season's winner and runner-up John Rich and Marlee Matlin, who would help Donald choose who would make it to the final two. After four grueling interviews, John and Marlee told Donald the pros & cons of each of the remaining stars. In the boardroom, Lisa was the first person fired because Trump felt she couldn't keep her emotions under control. The episode ended with Trump about to fire one more celebrity, thus revealing the final two. Next week, those two stars begin work on the final task, before the winner is revealed a week later!

Dave and Rachel Win "The Amazing Race 20"

On tonight's season finale of "The Amazing Race 20" married couple Dave and Rachel Brown beat Art and J.J. & Brendan and Rachel to be crowned the winners of the race. The episode began with the final four teams flying from Cochin, India to Osaka, Japan. In Japan, the teams took part in tasks such as running on a treadmill trying to grab three rubber chickens, participating in a game of sushi bingo and convincing locals to get their picture taken behind a sumo wrestler cut-out. Dave and Rachel checked into the Pit Stop first and were awarded a trip for two to New Zealand. Vanessa and Ralph arrived at the Pit Stop last and were eliminated from the race. The final three teams then flew from Osaka, Japan to the final destination city of Honolulu, Hawaii. When they landed the teams were instructed to find the twins "Mauka" and "Makai", which they had to figure out meant the Waterfront Towers. When they made it to the towers, they had to ascend and rappel down one of them. They then participated in a Roadblock where one team member had to shave enough ice to fill a bucket. After that, they took a helicopter ride to Oahu's North Shore where they joined a surf rescue team and had to drive a Wave Runner into the ocean and rescue a distressed swimmer. When the task was completed, teams followed a marked path to Hakipuʻu Valley where their final Roadblock awaited. The team member who didn't do the first Roadblock had to sled down a hill on a skinny sled and then roll a rock into a goal. Dave and Rachel rushed past the second Roadblock and went straight to the Finish Line, where Phil informed them that they had to go back and complete the task. Even with their backtracking Dave and Rachel still completed the task before Art and J.J. and went back to the Finish Line, where they were officially crowned the winners of the race and awarded the $1 million prize. Art and J.J. finished second, followed by Brendan and Rachel in third. Did the team you were rooting for win?

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Kat Edorsson Voted Off "Survivor: One World"

On tonight's "Survivor 24: One World" 22 year old timeshare rep Kat Edorsson became the twelfth castaway voted off the show. The episode began with the seven remaining castaways being given a Sprint phone which contained video messages from their loved ones. After watching the videos, the castaways got to reunite with their family members before taking part in the Reward challenge. The challenge consisted of the castaways and their loved ones being tethered together and attached to the end of a long rope. Each pair had to work together to untangle the rope and progress along an obstacle course to get to the finish line. Kat and her cousin Robby just edged out Kim and her sister to win the challenge and they were awarded more time together at a picnic. Kat was allowed to pick two other pairs to join her on the reward and she chose Kim and her sister & Alicia and her sister. That decision didn't sit well with her tribemates, as they thought she should have picked Tarzan and Christina for the reward. During the reward, Kim discussed with her sister the possibility of taking Alicia and Kat with her to the final three, thinking she could beat them in the end. Back at camp, Sabrina brought up the idea of voting Kat out next because of her immature actions during the challenge and Chelsea agreed. The next day, the castaways competed in the Immunity challenge, which consisted of standing on a log over the water and holding onto a handle tied to a rope behind them. At regular intervals, Jeff would let more slack out of the rope which would lower the castaways closer to the water. One by one the players fell in, until only Kim and Kat remained. In the end, Kim outlasted Kat and was awarded her second immunity necklace. Back at camp, Alicia changed her mind about voting Sabrina out next and instead pushed for Kat to go because of her strong performance at the challenge. Kim was torn about whether to vote out Sabrina, a potential threat later in the game or Kat, who everyone wanted to get rid of. At tribal council, Kim went with the majority and Kat was blindsided, making her the sixth member of the jury. Now only six castaways remain, who will be voted out next?

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

"Family Matters" Star Jaleel White the Sixth Celebrity Voted Off "Dancing with the Stars 14"

On tonight's "Dancing with the Stars" results show former "Family Matters" star Jaleel White became the sixth celebrity voted off the show. Yesterday, the seven remaining contestants danced to classical songs and then competed in team dances. TV Host Maria Menounos earned the first perfect score of the season with her individual routine and landed at the top of the judge's leaderboard with a 57 out of 60. Melissa Gilbert finished at the bottom with 47 points. Tonight however, when the viewer votes were added, it was fifth place finisher Roshon Fegan and sixth place finisher Jaleel White who landed in the bottom two. They then competed in the final Dance Duel, where both celebrities performed a rumba simultaneously, before the judges decided who stayed and who went home. In the end, the judges all agreed that Roshon won the duel and they sent home Jaleel. Next week the six remaining stars take to the floor again and two more celebrities will be sent home in a special double elimination!

"The Bachelorette" Spoilers: Emily Picks Jef

Here's the remaining boot list of this season of The Bachelorette. Reality Steve has spoiled everything that happens this season, up to the final three. While he isn't certain who goes home second and third (Arie or Sean), he does know for sure that Emily is now engaged to Jef. Scroll down to see who gets kicked week by week...

Episode 4: Bermuda (13 down to 10)
1-on-1: Doug. They go on a tour of the town St. George and visit King Square. Doug gets a rose.
Group Date: Boat racing date.
2-on-1: John and Nate. The three of them go cliff diving. Nate is eliminated.
Rose Ceremony Eliminations: Michael and Charlie. Nate was already eliminated on the 2-on-1.

Episode 5: England (10 to 8)
1-on-1: Sean. They go on a bus tour and have dinner at the Tower of London. Sean gets a rose.
Group Date: Eight guys rehearse a scene from "Romeo & Juliet". At the after party Emily blows up on Kalon and tells him to “Get the f*** out!” and he’s eliminated.
1-on-1: Jef. He gets a rose.
Rose Ceremony Elimination: Alejandro. Kalon sent home on the group date.

Episode 6: Croatia (8 to 6)
1-on-1: Travis. Tour of Old Town Dubrovnik.
Group Date: Six guys and Emily watch an advance screening of “Brave” a new Pixar movie.
1-on-1: Ryan. Here’s what’s interesting: Only six guys made it to the next city of Prague and those are the six guys on the group date. So the two guys who got 1-on-1 dates, Travis and Ryan, are eliminated. Yet we know that on 1-on-1 dates, you either get a rose and you’re safe or you’re sent home. If they’re both sent home on their dates, that means there would’ve been no rose ceremony in Croatia. However, on April 8th (when they were in Croatia) Mike Fleiss tweeted “Emily Maynard just delivered another Bachelorette first!” Then 5 minutes later tweeted “Turns out a rose is not always a rose.” Could be that either Ryan or Travis got a rose on their 1-on-1 date, then when it came time for the rose ceremony, Emily took it back. In summary, Ryan and Travis were both sent home.

Episode 7: Prague, Czech Republic (6 to 4)
1-on-1: Arie. He gets a rose.
1-on-1: John. He didn't get a rose, but wasn't eliminated.
3-on-1: Doug, Sean and Chris. Doug is eliminated.
1-on-1: Jef. He gets a rose.
Rose Ceremony Elimination: John. Doug was already eliminated on the 3-on-1 date.

Episode 8: Hometowns (4 to 3)
-Chris Chicago, IL Had dinner with his Polish family
-Jef St. George, Utah. They had dinner at his ranch. His parents were not there, just married siblings. His parents are mission presidents for the Mormon Church and live in Columbia, SC.
-Arie Scottsdale, AZ He took her to his cart shop and took her on a test drive of his go kart.
-Sean Dallas, TX  Had a family dinner with his niece and nephew in attendance.
Rose Ceremony Elimination: Chris.

Arie, Sean and Jef are the final three. Either Arie or Sean goes home after the overnight dates and the other is in the final two. Regardless, Emily ends up choosing Jef and they are now engaged. Are you happy with her decision? Would you have picked somebody else? Comment below & share your thoughts!

Sunday, April 29, 2012

"Best Friends" Bopper and Mark the Seventh Team Eliminated from "The Amazing Race 20"

On tonight's "Amazing Race 20" the third time wasn't the charm for best friends Bopper and Mark, as they once again arrived at the Pit Stop last and this time were eliminated from the race. The episode began with the five remaining teams continuing to race in Cochin, India. They were first instructed to travel to a nearby temple, where a Fast Forward awaited them. Rachel and Brendan decided to attempt the Fast Forward, but changed their minds when Rachel found out that she would have to shave her head. The teams were then instructed to make their way to Pattanacoir Mats and Matting, where they found a Roadblock. One team member had to spin 40 feet of rope made from coconut husks and then spool that rope onto a spindle. When the task was completed teams traveled to Fort Kochi and located a barber under a tree, who held a Detour. The choice of tasks was between properly decorating an elephant and then transporting 15 wheelbarrows full of manure to a nearby truck or filling 10 boxes with ginger that was correctly sifted & weighed and then stenciling labels onto the boxes. Art and J.J. were the only team to choose the ginger task, which tuned out to be much harder than the elephant one. Once again, Rachel and Dave completed all the tasks and arrived at the Pit Stop first, earning them $10,000 each. When Bopper and Mark were finally able to start the leg they had to complete their Speed Bump task, which consisted of painting a tiger on a local's belly. When the task was done, the guys decided to attempt the Fast Forward in the hopes that nobody else had done it and they could use it to catch up. Since Mark was already bald only Bopper had to shave his head, which he did and they were allowed to go straight to the Pit Stop. Alas, the other four teams had already checked in and the Kentucky boys were eliminated from the race. Next week the final four teams race through Japan and Hawaii en route to the Finish Line, where one team will win the $1 million prize!

Dayana Mendoza Fired on "Celeb Apprentice 5"

On tonight's "Celebrity Apprentice 5" model and former Miss Universe Dayana Mendoza became the thirteenth star fired by Donald Trump. The episode began with the teams learning that their new task was to create and perform a 90 second jingle promoting Good Sam's Roadside Assistance Program. Arsenio Hall was picked as project manager for Unanimous, while Dayana stepped up for the job on Forte. On Unanimous, Arsenio continued to have difficulty reigning in Aubrey and her constant need to take charge of the task. He ended up agreeing to her idea of a cheerleader theme for their presentation and a more current sounding jingle. Over on Forte, Lisa and Clay got frustrated having to explain various styles of music to project manager Dayana. They ended up choosing a '50s style song with Clay singing and Lisa doing the announcing. Once again, Dayana felt marginalized on her team and got into another argument with Lisa. After the Good Sam execs watched both presentations, the teams met up in the boardroom to see who had won. Before Trump revealed the winning team, Lisa attacked Dayana and said she was a horrible project manager and that she had no respect for her. To add insult to injury, Clay and even Aubrey from the other team agreed with Lisa and said Dayana should be fired. Trump then announced that the Good Sam execs preferred Arsenio's team over Dayana's, making his decision fairly easy. Since everyone thought Dayana failed as project manager, Trump had no choice but to fire her. Next week two more stars will be fired, leaving only three contestants left. Who do you hope makes it to the end?

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Troy Robertson Voted Off "Survivor: One World"

On tonight's "Survivor 24: One World" 50 year old swimsuit photographer Troy "Troyzan" Robertson became the eleventh castaway voted off the show. The episode began with the castaways competing in the Reward Challenge, which consisted of filling out a questionnaire about their opinions of their tribemates and then guessing what the majority of the tribe answered. Each castaway who answered a question correctly was allowed to cut a section of rope holding up a doll of the castaway they wanted eliminated. After many rounds, Kim emerged the victor and was awarded a helicopter ride to another island for a picnic. She was allowed to bring two other castaways with her and she chose Alicia and Chelsea. Kat was upset with Kim's decision, as Kim had previously told her she would take her on a reward if she had the chance. At camp, Troyzan used the opportunity to show Kat that she was on the bottom of the women's alliance. The next day, the tribe competed in the Immunity challenge, which consisted of sliding across a slippery surface, collecting rope rings along the way and then tossing those rings onto a pole. The challenge came down to Kim versus Chelsea, with Kim once again taking the win. Back at camp, the women came up with a plan to split the vote between Troyzan and Christina, just in case Troyzan had a hidden immunity idol. When Troyzan got wind of the plan, he tried to sway one more girl into voting out Christina. Alas, at tribal council, the women stayed strong and their plan worked perfectly. Since Troyzan didn't have an idol, he was voted out 5-3 & became the fifth jury member. With Troyzan now gone, will the women vote out the last man standing or turn on one of their own? Tune in & find out

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Legendary Singer Gladys Knight the Fifth Celebrity Voted Off "Dancing with the Stars 14"

On tonight's "Dancing with the Stars" results show singer Gladys Knight became the fifth celebrity voted off the show. Yesterday, the eight remaining contestants danced to famous Motown songs and then took part in a "Dance Marathon". Katherine Jenkins once again claimed the top spot on the judge's leaderboard with 39 points out of 40. Gladys Knight finished at the bottom with only 24 points. Tonight, when the viewer votes were added, it was Gladys and seventh place finisher Roshon Fegan who landed in the bottom two. They then competed in the Dance Duel, where both celebrities performed a jive simultaneously, before the judges decided who stayed and who went home. In the end, Roshon was declared the winner of the duel by a vote of 2-1 and Gladys was sent home. Next week the seven remaining stars will dance to classical songs and the bottom 2 will duel once again!

Sunday, April 22, 2012

"Best Friends" Bopper and Mark Avoid Elimination Again on "The Amazing Race 20"

On tonight's "Amazing Race 20" best friends William "Bopper" Minton and Mark Jackson avoided elimination again despite arriving last on this leg's Pit Stop. The episode began with the five remaining teams flying from Kilimanjaro, Tanzania to Cochin, India. When they landed the teams boarded a bus to Sacred Heart College, where a Roadblock awaited. One team member had to learn and perform a complicated Bollywood dance routine. Mark had trouble learning the dance, causing him and Bopper to plummet to last place. When the teams completed the task, they were instructed to make their way to the Indian Coffee Shop, where they faced a Detour. The choice of tasks was between participating in a game of cricket and hitting two balls past a boundary or properly driving a rickshaw around a training course without hitting any obstacles. Dave and Rachel flew through all the tasks and arrived at the Pit Stop first, earning them a trip for two to St. Lucia. Mark and Bopper, on the other hand, contemplated giving up during the dancing task, but ultimately decided to stick with it and finish the task. Unsurprisingly, the friends checked into the Pit Stop last, but were once again spared since it was another non-elimination leg. Can the Kentucky boys make another comeback and earn a place in the final four! Tune in next week and find out!

Penn Jillette Fired on "Celebrity Apprentice 5"

On tonight's "Celebrity Apprentice 5" magician Penn Jillette became the twelfth star fired by Donald Trump. The episode began with the teams learning that their new task was to create an in-store display and a signature slogan for Trump's new cologne Success. Aubrey O'Day was picked as project manager for Unanimous, while Clay Aiken stepped up for the job on Forte. On Unanimous, Aubrey relished her role as leader and took the reins on most of the creative decisions. On Forte, Clay decided to lead by consensus and listened to everyone's ideas, including Penn who came up with the slogan "You Earned It". Ironically, both teams designed similar displays that featured the cologne boxes as skyscrapers. Forte decided to add a large photo of Dayana posing with a man and the cologne. On Unanimous, Aubrey came up with the idea of taking a picture of Eric Trump and including his silhouette on the display. The teams then presented their displays to the Macy's executives, before the winner was decided. In the boardroom, Trump revealed that the execs liked aspects of both displays and also disliked aspects of them too. It was a close call, but in the end the judges awarded Aubrey's team the win. Trump had originally planned to give the winning PM $100,000 if he loved that team's display, but since the decision was so close he decided instead to give Aubrey $40,000 and everyone else $10,000 each. On Forte, project manager Clay decided to save Lisa from elimination, meaning Penn and Dayana would join him in the boardroom. Even though it was her sixth time being brought back, Trump felt Dayana shouldn't be fired since the execs loved her photo. Instead, he placed the blame on Penn because the execs hated the slogan he created. With that, Penn became the twelfth contestant fired by Donald. Now six celebrities remain, who will go home next?

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Leif Manson Voted Off "Survivor 24: One World"

On tonight's "Survivor 24: One World" 27 year old phlebotomist Leif Manson became the tenth castaway voted off the show. The episode began with Troyzan upset with his fellow tribemates for turning on him and announcing to them that he was playing the game alone now. The next day, the castaways took part in the Survivor auction, where they were each given $500 and the opportunity to bid on various items. Alicia and Tarzan bought letters from home, Kim bought a shower and Troyzan bought an advantage at the next immunity challenge. Back at camp, Troyzan went looking for a hidden immunity idol, but didn't find one. He decided to stick a rock in his pocket instead and fake like he had found one, in the hopes that would create tension in the tribe. The next day, the castaways competed in the Immunity challenge, which was a replay of the coconut bounce/slingshot game from earlier this season. Troyzan used the advantage he bought at the auction and was able to jump straight to round two, where he was joined by Tarzan, Kim and Christina. Round two was won by Tarzan and Troyzan, who then faced off against each other in the third and final round. In the end, Troyzan pulled out a much needed win and was awarded the immunity necklace. Back at camp, Troyzan tried to convince Tarzan, Leif, Christina and Alicia to join him in voting out Kim. All four agreed that it was a good plan, but were worried about making such a big move. Chelsea and Kim, meanwhile, debated whether to vote out a non-threatening man or someone from their women's alliance. At tribal council, the girls and Tarzan stuck together and voted out Leif, making him the fourth member of the jury. Can Troyzan keep winning immunity and stay alive in the game? Tune in next week and see!

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Singer/Songwriter Gavin DeGraw the Fourth Celebrity Voted Off "Dancing with the Stars 14"

On tonight's "Dancing with the Stars" results show singer/ songwriter Gavin DeGraw became the fourth celebrity voted off the show. Yesterday, the nine remaining contestants took to the floor and performed Latin dances such as the salsa, samba and Argentine tango. Katherine Jenkins and William Levy tied for first place on the judge's leaderboard with 29 points each. Gavin DeGraw finished at the bottom with only 19 points. Tonight, when the viewer votes were added, it was Gavin and sixth place finisher Jaleel White who landed in the bottom 2. They then competed in the first ever Dance Duel, where both celebrities performed a cha cha simultaneously, before the judges decided who stayed and who went home. In the end, the judges all agreed that Jaleel won the duel and they sent home Gavin. Next week the eight remaining stars will dance to famous Motown songs and the bottom two will compete in another Dance Duel!

Sunday, April 15, 2012

"Federal Agents" Nary Ebeid and Jamie Graetz Eliminated from "The Amazing Race 20"

On tonight's "Amazing Race 20" federal agents and friends Nary Ebeid and Jamie Graetz became the sixth team eliminated from the race. The episode began with the six remaining teams continuing to race in Tanzania. They were instructed to travel down into the Ngorongoro Crater on a safari and find Hillary Clington's shop, where a Detour awaited them. The choice of tasks was between picking up a cart of nine empty water jugs, waiting in line at a well to fill their jugs and returning them to a nearby house or correctly repairing a flat tire on a bicycle using the local people's methods. When the task was completed teams traveled to the Jack Stelzer Pub and found a Double U-Turn, which let two teams make two other teams go back and complete the other Detour task. Art and J.J. decided to use the U-Turn on Rachel and Brendan, who then turned around and also used it on Vanessa and Ralph. Fortunately for those two teams, Nary and Jamie where still way behind and also had to complete a Speed Bump task, which consisted of properly setting up an art display by using a painting as a guide. Next up, the teams made their way to Margaret's Farm in Monduli where a Roadblock awaited them. One team member had to harvest 500 grams of honeycomb from an African bee hive. Bopper and Mark were the first team to complete all the tasks and make it to the Pit Stop first, earning them a trip for two to Hawaii. Both Rachel & Brendan and Vanessa & Ralph were able to overcome their U-Turns & checked in fourth and fifth, respectively. Nary and Jamie weren't so lucky, as they arrived at the Pit Stop last and were eliminated from the race. Now only five teams remain, who will be eliminated next?

Paul Teutul Sr. Fired on "Celebrity Apprentice"

On tonight's "Celebrity Apprentice 5" American Chopper star Paul Teutul Sr. became the eleventh star fired by Donald Trump. The episode began with the teams learning that their new task was to put on an improv comedy skit featuring two original puppets for the "Stuffed and Unstrung" stage show. Trump also decided to even out the teams by moving Clay Aiken over to Forte. Lisa Lampanelli was picked as project manager for Forte, while Paul Teutul Sr. reluctantly accepted the job on Unanimous. On Forte Lisa decided to have Clay and herself be the puppeteers and Penn be the host of the show, leaving Dayana once again on the outs in her team. On Unanimous Paul gave over most of the creative decisions to the other team members since he wasn't very comfortable with the theme of the task. Right before the teams were about to put on their shows, Dayana and Lisa got into a huge argument which resulted in Dayana leaving the green room in tears. The team was able to compose themselves, however and they performed their show for the audience and the judges. After Unanimous also put on their skit, Trump met up with the show's directors to see who had won. In the boardroom, Trump revealed that the judges liked both team's shows, but preferred Forte's more. On Unanimous, project manager Paul decided to save Arsenio from elimination, even though the judges didn't love the puppet Arsenio created. The judges also said that Teresa broke many of the rules of improv by using negatives and denials. However, Donald mostly blamed Paul for the loss for not stepping up as project manager and being a very passive leader. Therefore, he had no choice but to fire him. Now only seven stars remain, who will be next to go?

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Jay Byars Voted Off "Survivor 24: One World"

On tonight's "Survivor 24: One World" 25 year old model Jay Byars became the ninth castaway voted off the show. The episode began with the castaways competing in a Do It Yourself Reward Challenge, where the players were randomly split into two teams and faced off against each other in a game of ladder toss. The team of Alicia, Jay, Kat, Tarzan and Troyzan won the challenge by scoring six points, compared to the other team's one point. They were awarded a boat trip to a secluded island to enjoy a local barbecue. During the reward, Jay made his case to Kat that Alicia needed to voted out next. Meanwhile, the other girls were back at camp coming up with a plan to get rid of either Jay or Troyzan next. The only girl who was a little apprehensive about that plan was Chelsea, who had promised Jay and Troyzan that she wouldn't vote them out. The next day, the tribe competed in the Immunity challenge, which consisted of holding your arm in the air for as long as you could to prevent a bucket of water from tipping over and dumping on your head. Periodically, Jeff came by with various treats to tempt the players into dropping out of the challenge. One by one the castaways gave up, until only Leif and Chelsea remained. After Chelsea promised Leif he would be safe, Leif dropped out and Chelsea was awarded immunity. Back at camp, Troyzan started getting worried that the women were going to turn on him and Jay, so he decided to hedge his bets and play his hidden idol. Jay still thought they had nothing to worry about and advised him against it. The girls, meanwhile, decided to cover their bases by splitting the vote between Troyzan and Jay. At tribal council, Troyzan did indeed play his idol even though he ended up getting only two votes. That meant the girls' five votes for Jay were more than enough to send him home and he became the third member of the jury. Does Troyzan have any hope left in the game or is he dead man walking? Tune in next week to find out!

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

TV Host Sherri Shepherd the Third Celebrity Voted Off "Dancing with the Stars 14"

On tonight's "Dancing with the Stars" results show comedienne and TV host Sherri Shepherd became the third celebrity voted off the show. Yesterday, the ten remaining contestants took to the floor and danced to famous rock songs. After her dance, Melissa Gilbert had to be taken to the hospital because she was suffering from whiplash and a mild concussion. When all was said and done, NFL player Donald Driver claimed the top spot on the judge's leaderboard with a 27 out of 30. Gladys Knight finished at the bottom with only 20 points. Tonight, however, when the viewer votes were added it was second place finisher Roshon and ninth place finisher Sherri who landed in the bottom 2. Finally, it was Sherri who garnered the least support and was eliminated from the competition. Next week the nine remaining stars will perform Latin dances and the bottom two will compete in a Dance Duel where the judges will decide who stays & who goes!

Sunday, April 8, 2012

"Federal Agents" Nary and Jamie Avoid Elimination on "The Amazing Race 20"

On tonight's "Amazing Race 20" federal agents and friends Nary Ebeid and Jamie Graetz avoided elimination despite arriving last on this leg's Pit Stop. The episode began with the six remaining teams flying from Baku, Azerbaijan to Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. At the airport, Art & J.J. and Vanessa & Ralph ganged up on Rachel & Brendan after Brendan bumped into Ralph and allegedly gave him the finger. Art & J.J. also confronted Nary & Jamie about their real occupations. They told the federal agents that they knew they weren't really kindergarten teachers, but Nary & Jamie wouldn't come clean with the truth. When the teams landed in Tanzania, they signed up for one of three flights to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, where a Detour awaited. The choice of tasks was between biking to a Masai warrior's camp and participating in a local custom by jumping up and down for a minute or biking to a different camp and throwing two Masai weapons at a moving target. Unsurprisingly, the jumping task turned out to be the much easier choice. When the task was completed, teams drove to the Simba Campsite where they had to set up an elaborate and structurally secure tent and bush shower. Rachel & Dave where the first team to correctly build the tent and they arrived at the Pit Stop first, earning them a trip for two to Costa Rica. Nary & Jamie had trouble setting up the tent, causing them to check into the Pit Stop last. Fortunately for them, it was a non-elimination leg and they were still in the race. Can the federal agents overcome their Speed Bump and stay in the game? Tune in next week to find out!

Lou Ferrigno Fired on "Celebrity Apprentice 5"

On tonight's "Celebrity Apprentice 5" actor Lou Ferrigno became the tenth star fired by Donald Trump. The episode began with the teams learning that their new task was to create a 60-second commercial promoting the Entertainment.com website. Aubrey O'Day decided to rejoin her team after she stormed out of the boardroom last week. Teresa Giudice was picked as project manager for Unanimous, while Dayana Mendoza nominated herself as PM of Forte. Unanimous decided to put their bickering behind them and came up with a somewhat risque ad featuring a prim and proper Paul Teutul Sr. as a father misinterpreting what his daughter was doing in the bedroom. Forte, on the other hand, decided to go a safer route and shot a commercial showing a couple using the website in various stages of their relationship. Over on Unanimous, everyone got along surprisingly well considering Audrey and Arsenio's huge fight last week. The same couldn't be said for Forte, where Lisa continued to feel that Lou was useless and contributed nothing to their team. After the Entertainment.com execs watched both commercials, the teams met up in the boardroom to see who had won. Before Trump revealed the winning team, Lisa and Lou got into a heated argument about Lisa calling Lou a "f***ing loser" after last week's task. Lou also said he liked the other team's commercial better after they were both aired in the boardroom. When the tension finally simmered down, Trump revealed that the execs liked both ads but preferred Unanimous' more. On Forte, project manager Dayana chose Lisa and Lou to join her in the final boardroom. Trump didn't think Dayana was a very strong PM, but was more upset by Lou's disloyalty to his team and ended up firing him. Now only eight stars remain, who will be fired next?

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Michael Jefferson Voted Off "Survivor 24"

On tonight's "Survivor 24: One World" 30 year old banker Michael Jefferson became the eighth castaway voted off the show. The episode began with Jay and Troyzan discussing the fact that they needed to make sure a girl went home next, so that the men still had a fighting chance. Later, the castaways competed in the Reward challenge, where they were split into two teams and had to slide down an enormous water slide. Once they got to the bottom, they ran into the ocean and grabbed five large crates out of the water. Finally, the castaways used the pieces in those crates to complete a puzzle. It was a close challenge, but in the end the team of Michael, Kim, Sabrina, Leif, and Christina pulled out the win. They were awarded a 7-Up sponsored barbeque featuring burgers, steaks, salads and of course 7-Up. During the reward, Kim and Sabrina made a plan for the women to stick together and vote out Mike next. When they returned to camp, Kim put her plan into motion by telling Troyzan that Michael wants him out. Troyzan fell for it hook, line and sinker and said he had no problem voting out Mike. The next day, the castaways competed in the Immunity challenge, which consisted of walking across a balance beam while transferring bags of puzzle pieces that are looped around twisted, knotted ropes. The first four players to complete the challenge moved onto round two, which had the castaways using said pieces to solve a very hard puzzle. Kim got off to an early lead, but Jay made a come from behind victory, earning him the immunity necklace. Back at camp, the women debated whether to make a big move and vote out Mike or sate the guys and vote out Christina. At tribal council, everyone except for Tarzan, Leif, Alicia and Christina decided to blindside Michael, making him the second jury member. Do the men have any chance of sticking around or will the women continue to pick them off one by one?

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Soap Star Jack Wagner the Second Celebrity Voted Off "Dancing with the Stars 14"

On tonight's "Dancing with the Stars" results show soap star Jack Wagner became the second celebrity voted off the show. Yesterday, the eleven remaining contestants performed dances that represented the most memorable year in their lives. Once again, Katherine Jenkins claimed the top spot on the judge's leaderboard with a 29 out of 30. Five celebrities tied for last place with 24 points: Sherri Shepherd, Jack Wagner, Gladys Knight, Gavin DeGraw and Melissa Gilbert. Tonight, when the viewer votes were added, it was Jack who garnered the least support and was eliminated from the competition. Next week the ten stars will dance to famous rock songs and one more will be sent home!

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Debbie Gibson and Dee Snider Both Fired, Aubrey O'Day Walks Off on "Celeb Apprentice"

On tonight's 3 hour "Celebrity Apprentice 5" pop singer Debbie Gibson and rock star Dee Snider were both fired by Donald Trump, while Aubrey O'Day walked off the show. The episode began with the teams learning that their next task was to create and sell a celebrity styled guidebook of New York City. Dee Snider was picked as project manager for the men, while Teresa Giudice stepped up on the women's team. The men all raised significant amounts of money by calling their rich friends, except for Arsenio Hall whose sole check from Jay Leno didn't arrive in time to be counted. The women also raised a lot of money, but Aubrey and Debbie raised the least. When the task was over, Donald called in his friend Regis Philbin to decide which team made the better guidebook. Regis liked aspects of both guidebooks, but ultimately chose the women's team, awarding them a $35,000 bonus. In the boardroom, Trump informed the teams that even with the bonus money added, the women still lost the challenge by a mere $14. Project manager Teresa picked Debbie and Dayana to bring back to the boardroom, even though Aubrey had raised the least amount of money. That forced Trump to target the second lowest fund raiser and ultimately fire Debbie. The next day, Trump decided to mix up the teams by putting Aubrey and Teresa on the men's team and Penn, Dee and Lou on the women's team. He then told them that their next task was to stage a presentation and create a box promoting the Walk with Walgreen's project. Arsenio Hall was picked as project manger of the new Unanimous, while Lou Ferrigno was chosen on the new Forte. Unanimous decided to stage a game show as their presentation, and create a box with their faces and quotes on it. Forte came up with the idea of showcasing all the things you could do while walking and created a box with some examples written on it. After the executives watched both presentations, the teams met up in the boardroom to see who won. Before Trump revealed the winning team, Arsenio and Aubrey got into a heated argument about Aubrey not acting like a team player. Ironically, Arsenio's team won and he was awarded $50,000 for his charity. Aubrey was so upset with her team that she stormed into the elevator and walked off the show. Over on Forte, Lou picked Dayana and Dee to bring back with him to the boardroom. Even though Lou was project manager, Trump placed most of the blame for the loss on Dee since he was in charge of creating the box. The Walgreen's execs hated the box, so Trump had no choice but to fire Dee. Now the question is "Is Aubrey really gone for good"? Tune in next week to find out!

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Jonas Otsuji Voted Off "Survivor: One World"

On tonight's "Survivor 24: One World" 37 year old sushi chef Jonas Otsuji became the seventh castaway voted off the show. The episode began with the newly merged tribe returning from tribal council and enjoying the merge feast. The next day, Tarzan approached the guys in the hopes of reforming the men's alliance, but Troyzan, Jay and Michael wanted none of it. The castaways then competed in the Reward Challenge, where they were randomly split into two teams and took part in an obstacle course. Four members of each team had to dig themselves underneath a log in the sand and then crawl under a wooden rack. They then had to dig up a bag of puzzle pieces and race back through the obstacle course, where two other team members used those pieces to assemble a puzzle. The teams went back and forth with the lead until the puzzle portion, when Christina and Troyzan pulled out the win for their team. The six winners were awarded pizza, beer and a secret note to be read later. After the team enjoyed their reward Alicia read the note, which revealed that there was a new immunity idol hidden on their beach. The six castaways agreed to keep the news between themselves. Back at camp, Jonas and Tarzan got into a heated argument over Tarzan approaching Michael about reforming the men's alliance. Early the next day, Troyzan went searching for the hidden immunity idol and ended up finding it in a tree. Later, the castaways competed in the first individual Immunity Challenge, which consisted of standing on a small platform while balancing three balls on a wooden disc. One by one the castaways dropped their balls until only Kat and Troyzan remained. In the end, Troyzan took the win and was awarded the immunity necklace. At camp, the post-switch Salani tribe debated whether to vote out Tarzan or Jonas. At tribal council, Jonas and Tarzan got into another spat, causing Tarzan to state that he was voting out Jonas. The former Salani members did the same thing and voted out Jonas, sending him home 10-2 and making him the first member of the jury. Now, eleven castaways remain!

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Tennis Great Martina Navratilova the First Celebrity Voted Off "Dancing with the Stars 14"

On tonight's "Dancing with the Stars" results show tennis legend Martina Navratilova became the first celebrity voted off the show. Last week the twelve new contestants danced for the first time and then returned yesterday to perform a second routine. When the judge's scores for both weeks were combined, opera singer Katherine Jenkins landed at the top of the leaderboard with a 52 out of 60. Actress Melissa Gilbert and tennis player Martina Navratilova landed at the bottom with 40 and 37 points out of 60, respectively. Tonight, when the viewer votes were added, it was Martina who garnered the least support and was eliminated from the competition. Next week the eleven remaining stars will have to tell a personal story through their dance and one more couple will be sent home!

Sunday, March 25, 2012

"Jersey Friends" Joey Fitness and Danny Eliminated from "The Amazing Race 20"

On tonight's "Amazing Race 20" New Jersey friends Joey "Fitness" Lasalla and Danny Horal became the fifth team eliminated from the race. The episode began with the seven remaining teams flying from Bavaria, Germany to Baku, Azerbaijan. When they landed, the teams were instructed to drive to the Temple Ateshgah where a Fast Forward awaited them. Rachel & Dave and Joey & Danny were the first two teams to grab a clue and they both decided to attempt the Fast Forward. That task required them to travel to a nearby market where they would have to unload 150 bales of hay and then stack them ten long, three wide and five high. The two teams were neck and neck until the very end, when Rachel & Dave took the lead and ended up winning the Fast Forward. That allowed them to skip all the other tasks & head straight to the Pit Stop. Unsurprisingly, they checked in first and were both awarded a brand new 2013 Ford Taurus SHO. The other teams faced the Roadblock, which required one team member to participate in a helicopter crash training exercise. They had to enter a helicopter simulator that would submerge in a pool and flip over. They would then have to knock out a window and swim to a nearby lifeboat. When the task was completed, teams traveled to the Toghrul Karabakh Carpet Shop where a Detour awaited. The choice of tasks was between traveling to a fruit market and searching through an old car filled with a ton of apples for one apple marked with a race flag or traveling to a health spa and cleaning crude oil off of a client using a shoehorn. The oil task proved to be much easier than the apple one, as the teams who chose that task arrived at the Pit Stop first. Joey and Danny couldn't make up the time they lost attempting the Fast Forward and arrived at the Pit Stop last, eliminating them from the race. The show returns in 2 weeks with the six remaining teams continuing the race in Tanzania.

Patricia Velásquez Fired on "Celeb Apprentice"

On tonight's "Celebrity Apprentice 5" actress/model Patricia Velásquez became the seventh star fired by Donald Trump. The episode began with the teams learning that their new task was to create a launch party for a new flavor of Crystal Light MockTails. Clay Aiken was picked as project manager for the men, while Aubrey O'Day was chosen on the women's team. The men chose the Peach Bellini flavor and decided on a beach theme for their party with the slogan "Life's a Peach". The women picked the Pomtini flavor and came up with a Garden of Eden theme and the slogan "Stir Your Healthy Desires". On the men's team, everyone rallied behind project manager Clay, including Penn Jillette who had butted heads with Clay on the last task. Over on the women's team, Patricia messed up the branding by not putting Crystal Light on every poster they hung on the walls. After the Crystal Light execs checked out both parties, they met up with Donald to tell him who won. In the boardroom, Trump informed the teams that the executives liked both the parties, but preferred the men's a little bit more. Aubrey was crushed by the loss and became very emotional for the rest of the boardroom. Trump felt so sorry for her, he personally donated $10,000 to her charity. Aubrey picked Dayana and Patricia as the overall weakest members of her team and pushed hard for Dayana to go home. In the end, though, Donald felt that Patricia's gaff essentially lost the task for the women and had no choice but to fire her. Next week, there are two tasks in a special 3 hour episode, during which one star walks off the show. Tune in & see!

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Colton Cumbie Eliminated Due to Illness and the Tribes Merge on "Survivor 24: One World"

On tonight's "Survivor 24: One World" 21 year old college student Colton Cumbie was forced to leave the show due to medical reasons. The episode began with Alicia and Colton taunting Christina and telling her she may as well leave, since she's going to be voted out next anyway. Later, the tribes met up for the Reward challenge, which consisted of bouncing coconuts off of trampolines in order to hit five targets. Unsurprisingly, Salani won the challenge and were awarded ice cream sundaes. While the Salani tribe was enjoying their reward, Colton was starting to not feel well over on Manono. His stomach issues got worse and worse, until a medic had to be brought in to take a look at him. After some quick tests, the medic thought he might have appendicitis and decided to pull him from the game. The other Manono members said emotional goodbyes to Colton, but Alicia was upset that he didn't give her his hidden immunity idol before he left. The next day, the tribes were told there would be no Immunity challenge, but they would still go to tribal council. When the two tribes met up later that evening, Jeff informed them that no one else was going home. He also told them to drop their buffs, as the two tribes were now one. The game is now even again with six guys and six girls competing as individuals. Which alliances will survive and which ones will crumble. Tune in and see!

Sunday, March 18, 2012

"Cousins" Kerri Paul and Stacy Bowers Eliminated from "The Amazing Race 20"

On tonight's "Amazing Race 20" cousins Kerri Paul and Stacy Bowers became the fourth team eliminated from the race. The episode began with the eight remaining teams taking a train from Turin, Italy to Bavaria, Germany. When the teams arrived in Germany, they were instructed to drive to a local restaurant where a Travelocity gnome held their next clue. That clue was a Detour, where the choice of tasks was between styling a German man's beard to correctly match a provided picture or collecting pieces of gingerbread on a trail and then using those pieces to correctly assemble a gingerbread house. When Bopper and Mark got to the restaurant, they were first faced with a Speed Bump, a task only they had to complete since they came in last on the prior leg. They had to learn how to yodel a specific tune before they could attempt the Detour. When one of the Detour tasks was completed, teams were instructed to find the castle that was the inspiration for the castle in Sleeping Beauty. Many teams made the mistake of going to a different, nearby castle and had to backtrack to the correct one. When the teams reached the castle, they had to search for Ludwig the Second's bedroom to find their next clue. That clue was the Roadblock, where one team member had to use their Travelocity gnome in a game of curling. When their gnome landed on the center ring they would be given their next clue. Art and J.J. were once again the first team to reach the Pit Stop & were awarded a trip for two to Thailand. Kerri & Stacy and Jamie & Nary got stuck at the curling and ended up battling it out for last place. In the end, even though they finished the task first, Kerri & Stacy arrived at the Pit Stop last and were eliminated from the race.

Tia Carrere Fired on "Celebrity Apprentice 5"

On tonight's "Celebrity Apprentice 5" actress Tia Carrere became the sixth star fired by Donald Trump. The episode began with the teams learning that their new task was to create a viral video promoting O-Cedar's new Pro-Mist mop. Lou Ferrigno stepped up as project manager for the men, while Tia Carrere was chosen on the women's team. The men came up with the catchphrase "I'm going to mop the floor with you" and filmed a video featuring Lou dancing with the mop. The women decided on the risque catchphrase "What's your number?" which was a double entendre meaning both the number of people you've slept with and the number of mops you've owned in your lifetime. On the men's team, Clay got fed up with Penn's condescending attitude and gave him a piece of his mind. On the women's team, the trio of Debbie, Lisa and Aubrey felt they were the only ones coming up with creative ideas and that Tia, Dayana and the others were far weaker contestants. After the O-Cedar execs watched both videos, the teams met up in the boardroom to see who had won. Trump revealed that there were pros and cons about both videos, but in the end the execs preferred the men's team more. On the women's team, Aubrey attacked PM Tia calling her weak, jealous of her and even old. In the end, Tia took sole responsibility for her team's loss and essentially asked Trump to fire her. Trump obliged and now the teams are even again, six guys versus six girls. Who will be the next to go?

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Monica Culpepper Voted Off "Survivor 24"

On tonight's "Survivor 24: One World" 41 year old NFL player's wife Monica Culpepper became the fifth castaway voted off the show. The episode began with Jeff announcing to the castaways that it was time for a tribe swap. All the castaways randomly chose an egg from a bowl that was filled with either blue or orange paint. The new tribes ended up being Mike, Jay, Troyzan, Sabrina, Kat, Chelsea, and Kim on the new Salani, while Tarzan, Jonas, Colton, Leif, Alicia, Christina, and Monica made up the new Manono. The new tribes then took part in the Reward challenge, which consisted of filling a bucket that had lots of holes in it with water and transporting it to a container to raise a flag. It was a close game, but in the end Salani beat Manono and they were awarded peanut butter sandwiches, coffee and the right to stay at the old camp.The new Manono tribe had to start from scratch on a brand new beach. Over on Salani, Kim went searching from the hidden immunity idol and sure enough she found it in a tree. She decided to share the news with her closest ally, Chelsea. Over on Manono, Colton told the girls he would flip to their side and vote off the guys, even though he had no real intention of doing that. The next day, the tribes competed in the Immunity challenge, which was basically full contact basketball in the water. Salani once again defeated Manono 3-1. Back at camp, Colton convinced the guys and Alicia to vote out Monica, viewing her as the biggest threat. At tribal council, that's exactly what happened, as only Christina voted to keep Monica. Will the new Salani keep dominating the challenges? Tune in and see!

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

"The Bachelor" Spoilers: Ben Picks Courtney

Reality Steve has revealed that the woman that Ben ultimately chooses on this season of "The Bachelor" is 29 year old model Courtney Robertson from Scottsdale, Arizona. Even though their relationship has been rocky since the show ended, they are reportedly still together and trying to make it work. The other three women who make it to the Final 4 are...

Kacie Boguskie 24 Administrative Assistant (Clarksville, TN)
Eliminated in Fourth Place after the Hometown Dates
 
Nicky Sterling 26 Dental Hygienist (Hurst, TX)
Eliminated in Third Place after the Overnight Dates

Lindzi Cox 27 Business Development Manager (Ocala, FL)
Runner Up, Ben Dumps her and chooses Courtney

What do you think of Ben's choice? Did he make the right decision or not? Leave a comment and share your thoughts!

Monday, March 12, 2012

Who Does Ben Choose? Lindzi or Courtney? "Bachelor" Ben's Ultimate Pick Leaked!

"The Bachelor" season finale airs tonight at 8pm, but the woman Ben ultimately chose has already been leaked. Reality Steve has once again spoiled the ending of this season, as well as which four girls made it to the Hometown Dates. Obviously this is a huge spoiler which could ruin the entire season for some of you. For that reason I have written a separate post that contains all the info. If you want to know who Ben picks click here!

Sunday, March 11, 2012

"Best Friends" Bopper and Mark Avoid Elimination on "The Amazing Race 20"

On tonight's "Amazing Race 20" best friends William "Bopper" Minton and Mark Jackson avoided elimination despite arriving last on this leg's Pit Stop. The episode began with the eight remaining teams flying from Asunción, Paraguay to Turin, Italy. Mark and Bopper made the mistake of going straight to the airport to get tickets instead of stopping at a travel agent first. That forced the guys to book a flight that arrived an hour and fifteen minutes later than the other seven teams. They tried to get onto the first flight when they arrived back at the airport, but the plane was full. When the teams landed, they drove to the Lingotto Fiere where a Roadblock and a Fast Forward awaited them. Art and J.J. were the first team to arrive and decided to attempt the Fast Forward, which required one of them to land a remote controlled helicopter onto a helipad on their teammate's head. The other teams faced the Roadblock, which forced one team member to rappel down the ramps of the Lingotto building and grab a clue in under two minutes. If they ran out of time, they would have to start all over. When the task was completed, teams were instructed to drive to the Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile and search for the Tin Lizzie. Once they found the car, they were given a 2 cent Euro coin and had to figure out their next destination was the building depicted on the coin: the Mole Antonelliana. Rachel and Brendan couldn't figure out what the coin meant, resulting in one of Rachel's infamous meltdowns. Since Art and J.J. successfully completed the Fast Forward, they were able to go straight to the Pit Stop. Unsurprisingly, they checked in first and were awarded $5,000 each. When the teams reached the Mole Antonelliana, they were faced with their final challenge: the Detour. The choice of tasks was between properly cleaning a marble statue or tasting 14 different kinds of salami, traveling to a nearby piazza and then identifying all 14 kinds. Most of the teams chose the statue task, which proved to be much easier than the salami. Bopper and Mark could never overcome their one hour deficit and arrived at the Pit Stop last. To brighten their spirits, Art and J.J gave them the money they had won from coming in first. Phil then gave them even more good news by telling them that it was a non elimination leg and they were still in the race. Can the Kentucky boys make a comeback? Tune in next week to find out!

Michael Andretti and Adam Carolla Both Fired on Tonight's "Celebrity Apprentice 5"

On tonight's "Celebrity Apprentice 5" comedian Adam Carolla and IndyCar driver Michael Andretti were both fired by Donald Trump. The episode began with the teams learning that their new task was to produce a 10-minute presentation and 10-minute Q&A session promoting the Buick Verano. Debbie Gibson was picked as project manager for the women, while the men surprisingly chose Adam Carolla as PM over racing legend Michael Andretti. The women listened to what the Buick executives said and created a presentation that was heartfelt and family friendly. The men, on the other hand, went with a more humorous presentation that featured members of the team pretending to heckle Adam. They also made sure to incorporate Michael in the presentation, even though he didn't have much stage presence. On the women's side, Aubrey screwed up the name of the car when it was her time to speak, calling it the Buick Verono. After both team's presentations, the celebs made their way to the boardroom to find out who had won. Trump revealed that the execs liked both presentations but preferred the women's more, giving them their second straight win. On the men's team, Adam refused to bring anyone back to the boardroom, which didn't sit well with Trump. He decided that everyone was up for elimination and that two people would be fired. First up, Donald fired project manager Adam for taking most of the blame for his team's loss. Next up, Trump said goodbye to Michael for not stepping up as project manager on a task that he felt was tailor-made for him. Next week, team outcasts Lou Ferrigno and Tia Carrere take the reins as project managers. Which team will emerge triumphant? Tune in & see!

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Bill Posley Voted Off "Survivor 24: One World"

On tonight's "Survivor 24: One World" 28 year old stand-up comedian Bill Posley became the fourth castaway voted off the show. The episode began with the men asking to borrow the women's fishing net and in return they would give them half of everything they caught. The women decided not to take the men up on their offer, thinking they had enough food as it is. Later, the castaways competed in the Reward challenge, which consisted of knocking out five tiles in a row on a large board using a slingshot and coconuts. The women won the challenge and chose a tarp as their reward. Back at camp, Leif mistakenly told Bill that he was on the chopping block last week and when word got back to Colton about what Leif did, he wasn't happy. Colton confronted Leif about his actions and Leif admitted he made a mistake. The rest of the misfit alliance also viewed Leif's blunder as a betrayal and outright told him he would be the next to go. The next day, the tribes competed in the Immunity challenge, which was three different puzzles that had to be solved by three different pairs of castaways tied together. The men crushed the women, thanks in part to Alicia to Chelsea taking forever to get past the first puzzle. Back at camp, Bill tried to make amends with Colton, but Colton was having none of it. He was so upset with Bill that he even brought up the idea of giving the women their immunity and going to tribal council that night just to get rid of Bill. At first, the other guys dismissed the idea, but Colton kept pushing for it and eventually they all agreed. Tarzan, however, wanted to vote out Leif instead of Bill because he felt they could no longer trust him. At tribal council, a shocked Jeff couldn't believe that the men had given up their immunity and said this could end up being the stupidest move in Survivor history. In the end, Colton got his way and Bill was unanimously voted out. Next week, a tribal shake-up could alter the game yet again.

Sunday, March 4, 2012

"Twin Brothers" Elliot and Andrew Weber Eliminated from "The Amazing Race 20"

On tonight's "Amazing Race 20" twin brothers Elliot and Andrew Weber became the third team eliminated from the race. The episode began with the nine remaining teams flying from Buenos Aires, Argentina to Asunción, Paraguay. The first four teams booked a flight that departed at 8:45am, while the other five teams had to take a later flight that left at 10:40am. When the teams landed, they made their way to the Metalúrgica Punta de Rieles, where they had to search amongst the metal equipment for a clue. Once they found one, they were faced with a Detour. The choice of tasks was between traveling to a nearby fruit market and building a 10 by 10 pyramid of watermelons or going to a local university and correctly stringing a harp. Many of the teams had trouble with the watermelon task and switched to the harp one. Rachel and Dave got nervous that the teams from the second flight were catching up, so they used their Express Pass. That allowed them to skip the Detour and move on to the next task. That task was the Roadblock, where one team member had to perform a choreographed routine while balancing an empty bottle on their heads. If they broke all of their provided bottles they would be given a 2-hour penalty. Art and J.J. smoked all the other teams and arrived at the Pit Stop first, earning them a trip for two to the Bahamas. On the other hand, Dave dropped all his bottles during the Roadblock and he and Rachel incurred the 2 hour penalty. In the end, that dropped them from second to sixth place. Vanessa and Ralph struggled with the watermelon task, while Elliot and Andrew had trouble with the harp task. The two teams happened to meet up at the Roadblock, where Ralph edged past Andrew, giving him and Vanessa a glimmer of hope. The brothers ended up arriving at the Pit Stop last and were eliminated from the race. Now only eight teams remain!

George Takei Fired on "Celebrity Apprentice 5"

On tonight's "Celebrity Apprentice 5" actor George Takei became the third star fired by Donald Trump. The episode began with the teams learning that their new task was to create two themed living window displays for Ivanka Trump's clothing collection. George Takei was picked as project manager for the men, while the women chose Dayana Mendoza. The men decided to hire three sets of twin models who would showcase Ivanka's clothes in two ways: at the office during the day and at a red carpet event at night. The women came up with a convoluted idea about "timeless" fashion that featured a clock and sketches & photos of Ivanka's clothes. Right away, Dee Snider had to leave his team and see a doctor about his broken finger. He ended up needing immediate surgery, which prevented him from participating in the task. When it came time to build the set for their displays, Adam Carolla took the reins on the men's team since he had a carpentry background. Although the men worked well together, they weren't sure George was up to par when it came to making decisions. On the women's team, a curveball was thrown when the photos they had ordered for their display didn't arrive. Thinking on the spot, Aubrey came up with a new theme for the windows: a fashion designer's clothes going from sketches to the runway. After the teams presented their windows to Ivanka and the CEO of Lord & Taylor, they traveled to the boardroom to find out who had won. Trump revealed that Ivanka much preferred the women's display to the men's, giving the women their very first win. On the men's team, project manager George decided to bring Arsenio & Lou with him to the final boardroom. In the end, Trump fired George because he took most of the blame for their loss. Next week, two stars are sent packing!

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Matt Quinlan Voted Off "Survivor: One World"

On tonight's "Survivor 24: One World" 33 year old attorney Matt Quinlan became the third castaway voted off the show. The episode began with the women popping into the men's shelter unannounced during a big rainstorm because they don't have a tarp like the men do. Some of the men didn't mind the women getting warm in their shelter, while others (like Matt) didn't like it one bit. Later, the castaways competed in the Reward challenge, which was a memory game where the contestants looked at a row of items, then ran to a station to put identical items in the same order. For the first time this season, the women won the challenge and were awarded a fishing supply kit as well as a canoe and some paddles. Back at camp, the men bartered with the women to use their canoe in exchange for giving them an ember to start a fire. The next day the tribes competed in the Immunity challenge, which consisted of one castaway shouting instructions to three blindfolded pairs of teammates to guide them through an obstacle course, collecting five bags of puzzle pieces. When all five bags were brought to the start, the caller had to use them to complete a tree puzzle. The men got off to an early lead but faltered at the puzzle, allowing the women to catch up and ultimately win the challenge. Back at camp, the misfits alliance debated whether to get rid of Bill or Matt, with Colton heavily pushing for Bill. At tribal council, Colton told everyone he had the hidden immunity idol and intended to play it that night, but ended up keeping it in his pocket. Everyone except Michael voted out Matt, sending him home for good. Can the women continue on with their winning streak? Tune in next week & see!

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

"Dancing with the Stars 14" Cast Revealed

Earlier today on "Good Morning America", ABC officially revealed the identities of the twelve celebrities competing in this spring's fourteenth season of "Dancing with the Stars". The cast includes singer/songwriter Gavin DeGraw, TV Host Maria Menounos, tennis great Martina Navratilova and iconic singer Gladys Knight. The show debuts Monday March 19th at 8pm. Here's all twelve of this season's stars...

 Green Bay Packers Wide Receiver Donald Driver 37
Pro Partner: Peta Murgatroyd

Singer/Songwriter Gavin DeGraw 35
Pro Partner: Karina Smirnoff

Legendary Singer Gladys Knight 67
Pro Partner: Tristan McManus

Soap Star Jack Wagner 52
Pro Partner: Anna Trebunskaya

"Family Matters" Actor Jaleel White 35
Pro Partner: Kym Johnson

Opera Singer Katherine Jenkins 31
Pro Partner: Mark Ballas

TV Host Maria Menounos 33
Pro Partner: Derek Hough

Tennis Star Martina Navratilova 55
Pro Partner: Tony Dovolani

"Little House on the Prairie" Actress Melissa Gilbert 47
Pro Partner: Maksim Chmerkovskiy

Disney Star Roshon Fegan 20
Pro Partner: Chelsie Hightower

"The View" Co-Host Sherri Shepherd 44
Pro Partner: Val Chmerkovskiy

Telenovela Star William Levy 31
Pro Partner: Cheryl Burke