Going without food or showers isn't a problem for Jenna Morasca and Ethan Zohn, and neither is tackling competitive challenges in a strange place.
After all, each has won a season of "Survivor," which we've seen push individual contestants to extremes.
That reality resume means the two were well-prepared for "The Amazing Race," on which they compete as a couple. Morasca and Zohn have been dating for nearly a decade, having met at the finale of Morasca’s 2003 "Survivor" win.
It’s no secret that reality TV has completely taken over, but what is it like to actually star in one? "Showbiz Tonight" asked some of the biggest names in reality television exactly that.
Kendra Wilkinson Baskett, star of E's "Kendra" and “The Girls Next Door” and a former contestant on “Dancing with the Stars" will be here today on "Showbiz Tonight." We'll be asking her all of the questions everyone is dying to know. For example: Just how real is reality TV?
We're also going behind the scenes with “DWTS'” Kelly Monaco, “The Bachelor’s” Bob Guiney and “Real Housewives of OC” star Jeana Keough.
Tune in to "Showbiz Tonight" today at 11 p.m. ET
It's a scary, Chang-filled world out there, folks. So it's a good thing we have a brand new season of "Community" now. Welcome back, you crazy show, you.
Just like last season it hit the ground running, this time with a musical number in Jeff's head, with the lyrics, "We're gonna have more fun and be less weird than the first two years combined!"
That quickly fell apart, both for Jeff and for Dean Pelton, whose commitment to straightening things up around Greendale crumbled when he faced the almost Darth Vader-esque Vice Dean Laybourne (John Goodman, chewing the scenery).
Thursday night's back-to-back episode season premiere of "The Big Bang Theory" continued along the same path as last season, dealing with romantic entanglements among the group and their various repercussions.
Chief among them was the fact that Raj and Penny slept together on the season finale - or so we thought.
It turns out that just as the two were about to do the deed... well, as Raj described it to Penny, "that's all she wrote."
He’s had a wild year, so it’s no surprise that Arnold Schwarzenegger is working on a book. The Los Angeles Times reports that Simon and Schuster is publishing the star's upcoming autobiography, titled “Total Recall.”
"Considered one of the most anticipated autobiographies of this generation, Schwarzenegger presents a larger-than-life portrait of his illustrious, controversial and ever-entertaining life in and out of the public eye,” Simon and Schuster writes of the book, tentatively subtitled “My Unbelievably True Life Story.”
The movie star, four-time Mr. Universe and former California governor has put out memoirs before, but after this year’s paternity scandal and subsequent divorce filing from Maria Shriver, we’d imagine “Total Recall” will be juicier than past efforts.
Arnold will be working with writer and editor Peter Petre, who co-authored autobiographies by Alan Greenspan and Norman Schwarzkopf.
Will you read Schwarzenegger’s upcoming memoir?
In an attempt to keep us around during the new fall TV season, “Jersey Shore” pulled out all the stops on Thursday night.
OK, not really. They did, however, show us footage of Snooki exposing her (blurred out) lady parts at a club. Like we’ve never seen that before.
Good thing Snooks wasn’t injured in that car crash from last episode or she might not have been able to dance around while simultaneously hiking her skirt up over her bum. (Ladies, don’t only try this at home.)
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