Ah, Colton Cumbie. The much-despised Survivor castaway has done it again. After an apparent medical problem resulted in his elimination on Survivor: One World, Colton, one of the most controversial contestants ever, threw in the towel and quit Survivor: Blood Vs. Water. It was a choice not taken lightly by host Jeff Probst who berated Colton for quitting. Probst accused Colton of faking a medical condition so he could quit the first time and called him out for being a lousy player. I had the opportunity to chat with Colton where he took some shots back at Probst for picking on him. But that’s not all… Colton claims he didn’t quit for selfish reasons — but quit because he’s a selfless person. How? Jump inside the article to find out!
Hold on to your hats and watch out for detours – The Amazing Race is back for its 23rd season! This edition of the popular reality competition promises to be as exciting as ever, with the impressive cast featuring NFL teammates, baseball wives and plenty of other unique personalities. What new developments can we expect in season 23?
Rupert Boneham is without question one of the most popular castaways ever to compete on Survivor. He’s so popular with viewers that CBS made him the second player in the show’s 27-season history to compete four times (“Boston Rob” Mariano is the other). The three times he played before, Rupert made it fairly deep into the game — especially Survivor: All-Stars and Survivor: Heroes Vs. Villains. But this time, Survivor: Blood Vs. Water left him swimming with the sharks very very early. I had the chance to chat with Rupert today about his early demise from the game. Does he regret anything? Would he play again? Did he ever consider voting out his own wife? You can read all the details in our one-on-one interview inside this story!
In what was probably
the worst the most racist season ever of Big Brother, former house guests have been getting fired left and right for their hateful comments made during the season. Among those was Aaryn Gries, who is still insisting that she is not racist. Yeah, sure.
While this past season has possibly been the worst season ever of Big Brother, it also seemed to have one of the most racist groups of contestants ever. And after GinaMarie Zimmerman lost to Andy in the finale, she also learned that she lost her job due to her racist remarks earlier in the season…and she was not happy about it!
Julie Chen recently admitted to having previously had plastic surgery in hopes of looking ‘less Asian.’ But the Big Brother host says that she only had work done on her eyes….and that rumors of a nose job are definitely false!
Did you catch the premiere of Survivor the other night? You might have noticed that host Jeff Probst referred to former NFL star Brad Culpepper by his last name. Typically, this distinction arrives only after contestants have proven themselves worthy, or, in Cochran’s case, demanded a name change. What gives?
Can you believe that another season of Big Brother is almost over? As we countdown to tonight’s finale, we’ve got one final rundown of what we know so far has gone down in the house. Who deserves to take it all? Spoilers inside!
The Big Brother finale countdown continues, and this week we watched as GinaMarie won the first round of the battle for HoH, and the feeds let us know who won the second round. Now, if you’ve been keeping up on our posts, then surely you know what the house guests have planned thus far. However, it seems as though some may be changing their minds. Uh oh….