Oops! It seems like Kim Kardashian is going to learn one way or another that she is nothing special. For some reason the star and her boyfriend, Kanye West, thought it would be ok to skip security can cause a ruckus at the airport. After all she is Kim Kardashian right? Well they were caught, got in trouble and there is now a full investigation going on. Do you think it could have happened to a nicer couple? The Buzz has the full story below. Watch it and let us know what you think!
Moment of Truth — Seven more episodes of this powerful game show will air, beginning May 27th. In this show, contestants are asked tough questions, such as “Have you ever had sexual relations with a man more than twice your age?” in front of an audience, as well as in front of family, friends, and loved ones of the contestant. The players win money with each question answered truthfully…but many find the hot seat too hot to make it worth the money.
Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader? — This Thursday night game show, hosted by comedian Jeff Foxworthy, puts adult contestants in the hot seat, asking trivia questions based on information taught in grade school. A “class” of fifth graders sits nearby, also answering the questions. A monetary prize grows according to each question answered correctly by the adult.
So You Think You Can Dance? — This is the fourth season for this hot summer dance show. Beginning May 22nd, dancers will compete in front of judges to land a spot as one of the Top 20 dancers. Those dancers will compete for a grand prize, which in the past has been as much as $250,000, and other perks.
Hell’s Kitchen — Get the **** out of here, you donkey!!! The immensely popular cooking competition starring Chef Gordon Ramsay, usually a summer show, began a little early this year (reportedly due to the writers’ strike). Thus, the fourth season of this show has already premiered. In this competition, aspiring chefs compete head-to-head in a nerve-wracking battle against one another…and against the screaming and cursing Chef Ramsay…to prove themselves the best in the kitchen. Each week a chef-to-be is eliminated. The grand prize is an executive chef position in one of Ramsay’s restaurants.
Kitchen Nightmares — And speaking of the notorious Chef Ramsay…Kitchen Nightmares, the American Spinoff of the popular BBC show, will be back late this summer. In Kitchen Nightmares, each week Chef Ramsay takes on a struggling restaurant and whips it back into shape.
Check back with Reality TV Magazine for news and updates on these shows.
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For those who watched Monday night’s episode of FOX’s new game show, Moment of Truth, you might have found yourself wondering how contestant Lauren Cleri’s marriage could last after the answers she gave.
Cleri has told The New York Post that the questions she encountered on Moment of Truth (and the answers she gave) have split up her marriage, calling her union with New York police officer Frank Cleri, “Kind of up in the air right now.”
Moment of Truth is a bare-all game show like none ever seen before, where contestants areasked tough personalquestions while hooked up to a lie detector backstage and then brought in front of the camera (and a live audience.Oh yeah,and their families and friends) to answersome of the same questions again. Some of the past questions have included, “Would you cheat on your spouse if you knew you wouldn’t get caught?” or”Have you ever stolen money from your place of employment?”
Cleri’s questions cut much deeper, however. She revealed that she had slept with another man while married to Frank, was still in love with her ex-boyfriend on her wedding day, and that she feels she really should be married to her ex (the ex actually made an appearance on the show to ask that question).
Cleri insists that she didn’t go on the show to end her marriage, and tells the Post that she wants to get back together, but Frank doesn’t want to. Frank tells reporters that he knew about his wife’s cheating, but wasn’t prepared for the turmoil that has surrounded him since the show was taped.
In a perhaps-cruel twist of fate, the Cleris came away from the show with no prize money, when Cleri’s answer to, “Do you think you’re a good person?” (she answered “yes”) turned up false according to the polygraph.
Moment of Truth airs Wednesdays at 9:00 PM (ET) on FOX.
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Unlike scripted shows that tend to be all reruns during the Summer months, reality TV shows offer up brand new programming. FOX just announced their premiere dates for their Summer reality TV season. One of the biggest shows of the Summer is So You Think You Can Dance, which is from the producers of American Idol. The show is hosted by Cat Deeley.
So You Think You Can Dance had a breakout season last Summer and joined the upper echelon of reality TV shows. Season four of So You Think You Can Dance will start with a two-night, four-hour premiere. The premiere episodes will air on Thursday, May 22 from 8 PM to10 PM ET/PT and on Wednesday, May 28 from 8 PM to 10 PM ET/PT on FOX.
After the So You Think You Can Dance audition episodes wrap-up, the weekly performance shows will air on Wednesdays from 8 PM to 10 PM ET/PT and the weekly results shows will air on Thursdays from 9 PM to 10 PM ET/PT on FOX.
Other reality TV series returning to FOX with all-new episodes this Summer include The Moment Of Truth, Hell’s Kitchen, Cops, and America’s Most Wanted. The Moment Of Truth will premiere on Thursday, June 12 from 8 PM to 9 PM. Hell’s Kitchen will premiere on Tuesday, April 1 from 9 PM to 10 PM ET/PT. Cops and America’s Most Wanted will continue with all new episodes on Saturday nights.
Fox will also be introducing a brand new reality TV series this Summer. When Women Rule The World will premiere with a special two-hour episode on Monday, June 2 from 8 PM to 10 PM ET/PT on FOX. The series is set in a primitive, remote location and focuses on what happens when a group of women rule over a group of unsuspecting men. The regularly scheduled time period for the series of 9 PM to 10 PM ET/PT will begin on Monday, June 9.
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The reality game show The Moment Of Truth has struck a chord with viewers and has become a huge hit for FOX. Of course, the fact that the show airs after American Idol doesn’t hurt either. In response to the success of The Moment Of Truth, FOX has officially ordered an additional thirteen episodes of the show.
The Moment Of Truth is the number one new show of the season so far, and the show is the third-highest rated program of the season among adults 18-49 and adults 18-34. The only shows ahead of The Moment Of Truth in this demographic are the Tuesday and Wednesday night editions of American Idol. The premiere episode had the highest retention ever for a premiere leading out of American Idol.
On The Moment Of Truth, contestants are put to a lie detector test for a chance to win half a million dollars. Contestants are challenged to answer twenty-one questions honestly as determined by a polygraph. The first couple questions are easy but the questions keep becoming increasingly personal. Contestants reveal their answers in front of spouses, relatives and friends. In order to win the half a million dollars, contestants have to tell the truth.
The Moment Of Truth currently airs on Wednesdays from 9 PM to 10 PM ET/PT on FOX. On Wednesday, March 5, the show will move to its regularly scheduled time period of 8 PM to 9 PM ET/PT.
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After the American Idol 7 Charleston, South Carolina auditions, the new reality game show The Moment Of Truth premieres on FOX. The series puts contestants to a lie detector test. By telling the truth, the contestants have a chance at winning half a million dollars.
In the game, contestants have to answer 21 increasingly personal questions. A polygraph machine is used to determine if they are answering honestly. The game starts with easy questions, but the questions get more difficult as the stakes are raised.
To make things even more challenging, the contestants must reveal their answers in front of spouses, relatives and friends. The Moment Of Truth premieres on Wednesday, January 23 from 9 PM to 10 PM ET/PT on FOX.
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How much does FOX want their new reality game show The Moment Of Truth to be a success? Enough that they willing to use the biggest show in television as a lead-in. FOX has announced that The Moment Of Truth will premiere on Wednesday, January 23, 2008 from 9PM to 10PM ET/PT, right after American Idol.
NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH (working title) will put contestants to the test
using a lie detector and 21 increasingly personal questions to judge
whether or not they are telling the truth for a chance to win $500,000. The game show sensation has taken Colombia by storm with more than 50
percent of the country watching each night. The buzz-worthy series is
also being produced in 23 other countries, including Spain, Brazil,
Germany, France, Italy and the UK. On NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH, all
contestants have to do is answer 21 questions honestly, as determined
by a lie detector, and they can win up to $500,000.