Reality TV Features & Interviews (Recent)
Survivor's Missy Payne talks to Reality TV World about why she felt at a disadvantage during the jury questioning, how bad her injury turned out to be, whether she was really okay with Natalie wanting to vote Baylor off, and how she felt about the idea of writing her daughter's name down.
Survivor's Jaclyn Schultz talks to Reality TV World about whether she went into the jury session thinking she had a good shot to win, whether she was surprised Reed had voted for her, how she explained her decision-making process while in the game, and why she doesn't think she received enough credit.
Survivor winner Natalie Anderson talks to Reality TV World about why she thinks Reed voted for Jaclyn when his boyfriend gave Natalie his vote, what case she saw Missy making at the jury that Missy didn't see herself or agree with, and whether she had ever agreed to a pre-determined Final 5 with Jon.
Survivor's Jon Misch talks to Reality TV World about which castaway he believes could beat Keith Nale and why, how he feels about many of the castaways trash-talking himself and Jaclyn Schultz, and what his surprising plan was for the Final 3.
The Bachelor star Chris Soules talks about whether the girls keeping secrets from him was a problem this season, how he got over Andi Dorfman and opened his heart to women again, how he felt about dating 30 women at once, and what he worried about when women were being cast on the show.
The Bachelor's Chris Soules talks to Reality TV World about how competing on The Bachelorette affected his approach to serving as the star, whether he was interested in finding a girl just like Andi Dorfman, how he describes his dream girl and turnoffs, and what was the most difficult part of his journey.
'The Bachelor' star Chris Soules: I had a Top 3 after Night 1 but they turned out to be totally different from what I imaginedDecember 15, 2014
The Bachelor star Chris Soules admits his first impressions of some of the bachelorettes may not have turned out to be accurate.
The Bachelor star Chris Soules discusses whether he's set on a girl moving to his farm in Arlington, whether he's ready to have kids right away, why he hesitated for a while to accept his position as the Bachelor, and what helped him relieve some stress during the process.
Survivor's Jon Misch talks to Reality TV World about what he wishes got shown in the edit that didn't make the cut and how he thinks it made him look bad, whether he believes Natalie Anderson would be very tough to beat if she makes the Final 3, and why he calls Jaclyn "selfless" in the game.
'The Bachelor' star Chris Soules: I said "I love you" and am "extremely happy" about the woman that wonDecember 12, 2014
Chris Soules has pretty much given away that his The Bachelor season had a happy ending.
The Bachelor will introduce Chris Soules as its newest star when the show premieres January 5, so how will he be different from last season's polarizing and controversial star Juan Pablo Galavis?
Survivor's Jon Misch talks to Reality TV World about why he wanted to wait to play his idol at the last, most obvious Tribal Council; what he says didn't get shown and was therefore misunderstood by viewers; and why he insists he viewed Jaclyn as an equal partner out there and not just along for the ride.
Survivor's Alec Christy talks to Reality TV World about whom he believes is the perfect person to take to the end and why, how he feels about Jon and Jaclyn's dynamic in the game, and how he argues he was a strategic thinker out there despite criticism.
Survivor's Reed Kelly talks to Reality TV World about whether he had any idea Natalie wanted Jon out of the game so badly, why he believes Jon is getting more credit than he probably deserves, whether he thinks Jon would actually give an alliance member his idol, and what really frustrates him.
Survivor's Alec Christy talks to Reality TV World about why he didn't trust Reed, whether he believes Jon was going to play his idol all along and Natalie wasn't responsible for that, whether he'd call Jon the mastermind in the game, and what was behind some of his flirty relationships in the game.
The Amazing Race's Kym and Alli talk to Reality TV World about which team they related well to, what they think of Brooke and Robbie's bold move to lie to their allies Amy and Maya about the location of a clue, and what they'd do differently if they could race in an all-stars edition.
Survivor's Reed Kelly talks about whether he felt blindsided, how he thinks Jon and Jaclyn's argument probably affected his game, why he says one comment Keith made was his downfall, and why he believes Alec didn't trust him at all.
The Amazing Race's Kym and Alli talk to Reality TV World about how far behind Amy and Maya they arrived at the Pit Stop, whether they were aware of the teams conspiring to get them out, why they thought it was a good idea to attempt the Fast Forward, and for how long they plugged away at the FF.
Survivor's Wes Nale talks to Reality TV World about being called a "non-thinker," whether he regrets not making Jaclyn more comfortable before she flipped, how he feels about Natalie's gameplay and her choice to tell Jon to play his idol, and how he was cast on this season with Keith.
Survivor's Wes Nale talks to Reality TV World about whether Jon had blindsided him with his idol, why Keith didn't just save their idol for whoever remained in the game after the Tribal vote, what might've happened if Natalie had won immunity, whether he really trusted Reed, and why he thinks he got sent to Exile Island.
The Amazing Race's Te Jay McGrath talks to Reality TV World about the confusion at the Detour decision-making point, how his mom felt about his relationship with Tim before and after the show, which team he'd like to see win, and how the show differed from his expectations as a big fan.
Survivor's Jeremy Collins talks to Reality TV World about whether he thinks Missy or Reed benefited from voting him out, how he believes the other castaways viewed his relationship with Natalie, how he really feels about Jon's decision to flip, and whom he calls "erratic" and "spastic."
The Amazing Race's Te Jay McGrath talks to Reality TV World about what he meant in his final words, why his team didn't switch Detour tasks sooner, how he feels they were portayed on the show, and how they viewed Kym and Alli as people and competitors.
Survivor's Jeremy Collins talks to Reality TV World about when he began to realize his alliance had turned on him, whether he ever really trusted Jon or believed he didn't have an idol, how he tried to change the alliances up but failed, and which scenarios just still don't make sense to him.
Survivor's Josh Canfield talks to Reality TV World about what he meant by showing too much of himself during the game, whether he thinks Jon and Jaclyn made the best strategic choice for themselves even though it screwed him over, and how he ironically got cast on the show with Reed as his loved one.
Survivor's Josh Canfield talks to Reality TV World about how things might've changed had he won Individual Immunity or Julie not quit, whether he thought Jon or Jaclyn was in charge, whether he was truly convinced Jeremy could beat him in a jury vote, and why he didn't just work with Jeremy.
Survivor's Josh Canfield talks to Reality TV World about whether he felt blindsided, when he thinks Jon and Jaclyn made their decision to flip on his alliance, how aware he was of Alec, Wes and Keith's behavior around Jaclyn, and whether he believes Jaclyn overreacted to the guys' actions.
Survivor's Julie McGee talks to Reality TV World about whether she'd challenge statements she did nothing around camp, how badly Missy failed at convincing her to stay, what state she feels she left her alliance in after quitting, and why she chose to come on the show to begin with.
The Amazing Race's Shelley Porter talks to Reality TV World about whether she has any regrets, what she thinks of Keith and Whitney and why she justifies U-Turning them, why she didn't think flushing Misti and Jim's "The Save" was the smartest move, and whether she planned to form any alliances.
Survivor's Julie McGee talks to Reality TV World about why exactly she quit the game, whether she regrets leaving when she did, how she feels about being stereotyped for her looks and public relationship, what's her reaction to the "trail mix scandal," and why she felt unprepared to play the game.
Survivor's Dale Wentworth talks to Reality TV World about which castaway he believes is the brains of the operation, what frustrates him about Jeff Probst's decision to offer the opposing tribe more rice, why he lost a lot of sleep, and how his game might've been altered without the tribal swap.
The Amazing Race's Shelley Porter talks to Reality TV World about how long they really got lost for, why she surprisingly felt they lost their competitive edge, whether she has any regrets about fighting with her daughter so much on TV, and whether she felt embarrassed about anything.
Survivor's Dale Wentworth talks to Reality TV World about whether he had been expecting to get voted out of his tribe, why he shared the news of his fake idol with Jon, and why he thinks Jon and Jaclyn sided with Missy and Baylor instead of himself and Kelley.
The Amazing Race's Keith Tollefson and Whitney Duncan talk to Reality TV World about why they thought Misti and Jim were the easy and obvious choice to U-Turn, which teams they think might self-destruct, why they feel they're getting along when they bicker, and how their experience differed from Survivor.
Survivor's Kelley Wentworth talks to Reality TV World about how she saw things playing out if the Tribal Swap never happened, how much tension grew between Dale and Missy over the rice, why she never wanted to work with Drew, and how she got cast on the show with her dad.
The Amazing Race's Keith Tollefson and Whitney Duncan talk to Reality TV World about whether they regret fighting with Shelley and Nici and how they explain their side of the story, how long it took them to complete the Detour tasks, and whether they wish they had quit the first time Whitney suggested it.
Project Runway's Sean Kelly talks to Reality TV World about how he viewed Kini's ability to change his whole collection in a day, whether he struggled with anything backstage before his show began, whether he was threatened by returning designer Amanda, and what exactly he's up to now.
Project Runway's Sean Kelly talks to Reality TV World about whether he was surprised to win, whether he felt the finale was edited to make it seem like Amanda Valentine was going to win, and how close he came to not taking Tim Gunn's advice when he needed it most.
Survivor's Kelley Wentworth talks to Reality TV World about what she had gone into Tribal Council expecting to happen, why she thinks she was a bigger threat than her dad Dale, whom she believes influenced the vote the most, and why she was very disappointed.
Survivor's Drew Christy talks to Reality TV World about who might've suspected he threw the Immunity Challenge, why he believes he got cast on the show with his brother, what he says his major downfall was, and how he thinks his persona in the game was different from reality.
The Amazing Race's Michael Ward and Scott Strazzullo talk to Reality TV World about what they want viewers to know about their objective for getting on the show, how they feel they approached the Race, and what pattern they believe fans will start seeing in terms of the teams.
Survivor's Drew Christy talks to Reality TV World about whether he still defends his behavior at camp, how much weight he lost in 11 days, who initially planned to throw the Immunity Challenge with him, which tribemate he dubs "Survivor Barbie," and whom he wanted to target before Kelley became his focus.
'Survivor: San Juan del Sur -- Blood vs. Water' eliminates Drew Christy, the first Hunahpu castaway to goOctober 16, 2014
Survivor: San Juan del Sur -- Blood vs. Water eliminated Drew Christy during Wednesday night's fourth episode of the CBS reality competition's 29th season.
Survivor's John Rocker talks to Reality TV World about chewing out Natalie, whether he anticipated controversy popping up as soon as it did, whether he had any concerns about revealing his alliance with Jeremy and Val to his tribe, and why his girlfriend Julie picked Jeremy to join him on Exile Island.
The Amazing Race's Michael Ward and Scott Strazzullo talk to Reality TV World about how long they got lost for when heading to the Pit Stop, what exactly happened to Scott's ankle, what was important to them while racing, and how close they came to quitting the sheep task.
The Amazing Race's Dennis Hour and Isabelle Du talk to Reality TV World about the biggest threats of the season, whether Isabelle's parents have become more accepting of their relationship, what Isabelle called a "cop-out," and whether the couple is still just "dating."
Survivor's John Rocker talks to Reality TV World about why he brought his hidden Immunity Idol to Tribal Council and didn't play it, why he was so convinced he wouldn't be the next tribemate to go, and what he has to say about the racist, homophobic accusations against him and article that changed his life.
Survivor's Val Collins talks to Reality TV World about whether she was surprised her husband and John Rocker teamed up, whether she really did "have it out" for Baylor Wilson, why she felt at a disadvantage, and why Jeremy Collins was initially reluctant to ask her to be his loved one in the game.
The Amazing Race's Isabelle Du and Dennis Hour talk to Reality TV World about how long after Shelley and Nici they arrived at the Pit Stop, why they think punting was such an issue, and to what great lengths they went to in order to prepare for their time on the show.
The Amazing Race's Lisa Thomson and Michelle Thomson talk to Reality TV World about the firefighters allegedly pushing them out of their cab, why they felt invincible, whether they had an actual racing strategy, who was their toughest competition, and whether they have any regrets.