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    American Idol - Season 4

    American Idol - Season 4

    • Contestants: Carrie Underwood
    The fourth season of American Idol premiered on January 18, 2005 and continued until May 25, 2005. It was hosted by Ryan Seacrest. Randy Jackson, Paula Abdul and Simon Cowell also returned to judge. Carrie Underwood won the season with approximately 500 million votes cast in the season and 37 million for the finale. Underwood has since gone on to become a five-time Grammy-winning country megastar. This is the last season to be aired in standard definition. Auditions for Season 4 started in August 2004 in Cleveland, Ohio. An audition was originally planned for Anchorage, Alaska, but that was cancelled about a month before due to possible schedule conflict as a result of hurricanes affecting the Orlando auditions. Auditions were held from August to October 2004, and over 100,000 people attended the auditions for the first time. While in the past seasons celebrity guest judges have been invited to participate during the competition, this was the first season where guest judges were invited to participate in the auditions. The music celebrities featured were: Where there were four judges present, three yeses were required for the auditioner to proceed on to Hollywood. It is also the
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    Big Brother (UK) - Season 3

    Big Brother 2002, also known as Big Brother 3, was the third series of the British reality television series Big Brother, in which a number of contestants live in an isolated house trying to avoid being evicted by the public with the aim of winning a large cash prize at the end of the run. The series launched on Channel 4 on 24 May 2002 and ended on 26 July 2002. The series was won by Kate Lawler. The live final drew 10 million viewers and votes in the final week totalled 8.6 million. Big Brother 3 is often credited with the demise of Channel 4 soap Brookside, which had been moved around the schedules even prior to Big Brother 3, was shunted about a lot more than it had ever been before in order to accommodate Channel 4's new ratings winner, which averaged 5.8 million viewers in this series. Alex and Adele entered the Big Brother 8 House in 2007 to participate in a task. No housemates from this series entered the 2010 Ultimate Big Brother, the final Big Brother series to be aired on Channel 4. However, a tribute was shown on the finale to honour Jade Goody. The third series saw two early walkouts by housemates Sunita and Sandy. Sandy surprised his fellow housemates (as well as the
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    Big Brother - Season 4

    Big Brother 4 is the fourth season of the reality television series Big Brother. The format of the program remained largely unchanged from previous seasons: a group of contestants, referred to as HouseGuests, are enclosed in the Big Brother House under the surveillance of cameras and microphones. Each week, the HouseGuests vote to evict one of their own until two Houseguests remain on finale night. The winner will be decided by the last seven evicted HouseGuests, collectively known as the Big Brother Jury. Julie Chen returned to host this season. The winner of the series won a $500,000 grand prize, while the runner-up won $50,000. This season was promoted as the "Ex-Factor". This season was also broadcast on E4 in the United Kingdom, beginning near the end of that country's fourth series. Runner-Up Alison Irwin and fellow HouseGuest Erika Landin returned to compete on Big Brother: All-Stars in 2006, where they placed 14th and 2nd, respectively. Winner Jun Song also returned in Big Brother: All Stars to host a food competition. HouseGuest Jack Owens also returned that season to host a Power of Veto competition. Jun later returned in Big Brother 10 to participate in a food
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    Celebrity Big Brother - Season 2

    • Contestants: Melinda Messenger
    Celebrity Big Brother 2002, also known as Celebrity Big Brother 2, was the second series of the British reality television series Celebrity Big Brother. It was broadcast on Channel 4 in the UK, launching on 20 November 2002, and ending on 29 November 2002, lasting ten days. Proceeds from viewer voting went to four different charities: Centrepoint, National Missing Persons Helpline, Rethink and Samaritans. The series was sponsored by phone company O2. Celebrity Big Brother 2 featured a total of six celebrity housemates, below is a table of who they are and what position they finished. Les Dennis is commonly remembered for his depression during the series following his split from wife Amanda Holden.
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    Big Brother (AU) - Season 1

    Big Brother Australia 2001 was the first series of Big Brother Australia. The season ran from 23 April 2001 until 16 July 2001, a duration of 86 days. The series was hosted by Gretel Killeen, who remained as the host until 2008. Potential contestants in the show were required to send video applications to the show's producers, in which they sold themselves as entertaining housemates. When compared to the more complex arrangements and many twists that emerged in later series, this season presented a rather basic set-up and formula which stuck closely to the traditional Big Brother concept. The main twist was the entrance of two Intruders about halfway through the series. The winner of the series was Ben Williams, and the runner-up was Blair McDonough, who later got a role in Network Ten's daily soap opera, Neighbours. It was the only series where housemates were allowed to nominate fellow housemates without a reason (something that is enforced strongly in later seasons). Big Brother 2001 was the subject of a book by University of Queensland academic Dr. Toni Johnson-woods entitled Big Bother: Why Did That Reality TV Show Become Such a Phenomenon?. While specifically focusing on Big
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    Survivor - Season 6

    • Contestants: Jenna Morasca
    Survivor: The Amazon is the sixth season of the United States reality show Survivor. It was filmed in 2002 and 13 episodes aired weekly in the United States on CBS from February 13 - May 11, 2003. Sixteen people were sent to the Amazon to compete to win one million dollars. For the first time ever, the initial tribes were divided by sex. The two initial tribes were the all-female Jaburu (named for a native stork) and the all-male Tambaqui (a native fish). They were eventually merged into the Jacaré (Portuguese for "alligator") tribe. It started and ended as a battle of the sexes. The winner of Survivor: The Amazon was Jenna Morasca, a 21-year-old swimsuit model from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, who defeated Matthew von Ertfelda by a vote of 6-1. The season finale included the announcement of the winner and a live reunion of all the season's contestants at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City, on David Letterman's Late Show stage which was decorated to look like the set in the Amazon. The season is noted for having the first reality show contestant with a disability, the hearing impaired Christy Smith. Another notable moment in this season was a challenge that tested players'
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    Strictly Come Dancing - Season 4

    • Contestants: Flavia Cacace
    The fourth series of Strictly Come Dancing started on 7 October 2006 and ended on 23 December 2006. It was presented by Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly, and the winner was Mark Ramprakash and his dancing partner Karen Hardy. The show works by having four judges: Craig Revel Horwood, Arlene Phillips, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli, judging each couple out of ten after each performance. When all the couples have danced, they are inserted onto the leaderboard, where the highest ranked couple will get the highest amount of points available, and the lowest ranked couple getting one point. On the second show of the night, once the viewers' votes are in, the points from the leaderboard are added to those created by the viewer votes to find the two lowest ranked couples, and the lowest ranked couple go home. This year there were 14 couples: 7 male celebrities and 7 female celebrities. They were: The best and worst performances in each dance according to the judges' marks are as follows: Mark and Karen received two additional tens from Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli when they performed a Jive on the series five Christmas Special in 2007. The following table shows which dance each couple does and
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    Big Brother - Season 5

    Big Brother 5 is the fifth edition of the American reality television series Big Brother, which aired in the Summer of 2004. The season featured a total of 31 episodes airing between July and September. The series premiered on July 6 and ended on September 21, with Drew Daniel being crowned the champion in a four to three jury vote. The format of the program remained largely unchanged from previous seasons: a group of contestants, referred to as HouseGuests, are enclosed in the Big Brother House under the surveillance of cameras and microphones. Each week the HouseGuests will vote to evict one of their own until two HouseGuests remain on finale night. Julie Chen returned as the host. This season also introduced the House Calls: The Big Brother Talk Show web series, hosted by Gretchen Massey and former Big Brother 3 HouseGuest Marcellas Reynolds. The fifth season featured a total of 14 HouseGuests, though only 13 entered on the first night due to the twin twist. The season lasted for a total of 82 days, making it the fourth consecutive season to last this long. Big Brother 5 featured the Project DNA twist, in which two HouseGuests were related by blood, and had no idea before
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    I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! (UK series 3)

    The third series of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me out of Here! began on 26 January 2004 and ended on 9 February 2004. The programme ran for 15 days (16 days if counting the morning the finalists exited). The series was won by Kerry Katona. 10 celebrities participated in the series: The contestants take part in daily trials to earn food. Total number of Bushtucker Trials done by each participant: ^1 This was the first bushtucker trial ever to be screened live on television. ^2 Kerry Katona refused to participate. ^3 This was a reworking of Kerry's refused trial. All ratings are taken from the UK Programme Ratings website, BARB. Series average = 11.02 million viewers.
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    So You Think You Can Dance - Season 8

    So You Think You Can Dance is an American television reality program and dance competition airing on the Fox network. The show's eighth season premiered on May 26, 2011. It features the return of Mary Murphy and Nigel Lythgoe as permanent judges and Cat Deeley as host. Also returning is the selection of a Top 20 for the finals, in contrast to season 7's Top 11. Contemporary dancer Melanie Moore won the season and Sasha Mallory was the runner-up. This is the first season where both the winner and runner-up were female. DialIdol covered only the last four weeks of this season. Mary Murphy returned and replaced Mia Michaels as a permanent judge after being absent in season 7 due to contract disputes and to undergo surgery to remove a thyroid tumor. Adam Shankman's permanent judge spot—to which he was unable to return due to conflict with directing the film Rock of Ages—was filled with rotating guest judges Robin Antin, Lil' C, Tyce Diorio, Toni Redpath, and Jason Gilkison. Open auditions for this season took place in the following five cities: Judges: Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy, Debbie Allen, Tyce Diorio, Robin Antin, and Adam Shankman, who was replaced by Jason Gilkison on Day 2 due
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    Kändisdjungeln

    • Contestants: Ann Söderlund
    Kändisdjungeln (The Celebrity Jungle) is the first season of the Swedish version of I'm a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!. It started airing on September 11, 2009 for 16 episodes. The show's hosts are David Hellenius and Tilde de Paula. The celebrities were sent to the Malaysian jungle for the show's run. Sweden is the first Scandinavian country to broadcast an own version of the format. The contestants of season 1 are: The contestants take part in daily trials to earn food Total number of Bushtucker Trials done by each participant to date:
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    So You Think You Can Dance - Season 1

    • Contestants: Blake McGrath
    So You Think You Can Dance is an American television dance competition that airs on the Fox network. The first season premiered on July 20, 2005 with Lauren Sánchez as host, Nigel Lythgoe as the main judge, and Mary Murphy, Dan Karaty, Mia Michaels and Brian Friedman as most frequent guest judges. Nick Lazzarini was crowned America's Favorite Dancer on October 5, 2005 with 37.7% of the votes. The main auditions for this season were held in following cities: Auditioners had one minute to impress the judges. A contestant deemed to be not good enough was sent straight home, otherwise, they were sent to a choreography round. After that, the judges decided the fifty dancers that got through to the Hollywood week. Minimum age for contestants was 18; maximum was 30. Judges: Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy, Dan Karaty, Mia Michaels, Brian Friedman, Alex Da Silva Hollywood week was held in Hollywood in Los Angeles, California. 25 females and 25 males were invited to participate in the callback auditions. This number was cut down to 8 females and 8 males, a total of 16 dancers that came through to the live shows. Hollywood week included the following rounds, cuts were made at the
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    Top Chef - Season 4

    Top Chef - Season 4

    • Contestants: Stephanie Izard
    Top Chef: Chicago is the fourth season of American reality television series Top Chef and was filmed first in Chicago, Illinois, and concluded in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The prize money awarded to the Top Chef was $100,000. The season premiered on Bravo on March 12, 2008 and ended on June 11, 2008. 16 chefs competed in Season 4. Names, ages, and hometowns below are from the Bravo website. In the order eliminated: ^Note 1 : Episode 1's Quickfire Challenge resulted in the 16 contestants being split into two groups of 8: the Winners and the Losers. No elimination immunity was given to the Winners group. This was done for the purpose of the head-to-head cook-off in the Elimination Challenge. ^Note 2 : Although Antonia and Zoi landed in the bottom for this challenge, they were declared safe prior to Manuel's elimination (following a more concise explanation of their dish). ^Note 3 : The judges depicted Team Earth as the worst team; however, Team Water was one of the judges' least favorites because the fish was not scaled properly. ^Note 4 : Richard was originally awarded the win by the judges. Even though he gave the win to Stephanie and she shared the prize, he is considered the sole
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    Dancing with the Stars - Season 15

    Dancing with the Stars returned for its fifteenth season (billed as Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars) on September 24, 2012. Tom Bergeron and Brooke Burke Charvet returned as hosts. The Harold Wheeler orchestra and singers provided the music throughout the season, except as noted below. The returning members of the dance troupe for this season are Oksana Dmyrenko, Emma Slater, Sharna Burgess, Henry Byalikov and Sasha Farber. Sonny Fredie Pedersen replaces Kiki Nyemchek. Season fifteen will be the first to feature an "all-star" cast, in which previous celebrities who have competed on the show will have another chance to win the competition. In addition, it is the first season to offer fractional (.5) scores; previous seasons had only whole numbers for scores. The names of twelve returning celebrities were revealed on July 27, 2012. A thirteenth contestant was chosen by the public, from either Sabrina Bryan, Kyle Massey or Carson Kressley. Bryan was announced the winner on August 27, 2012 over Kressley and Massey. Louis van Amstel is partnered with Bryan, while the professional partners for the first twelve celebrities were revealed on August 13. This table only counts for dances
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    So You Think You Can Dance Canada - Season 1

    Season 1 of So You Think You Can Dance Canada is a dance reality show and competition that airs on CTV. It is hosted by MuchMusic VJ Leah Miller. The series is based on the original American TV series So You Think You Can Dance. Auditions started April 7, 2008 in Vancouver, British Columbia and ended in Toronto, Ontario on June 8, 2008. The show premiered on September 11, 2008 beginning with the Toronto auditions. The first winner was Nicholas Archambault, with Allie Bertram coming in the runner-up position. Open auditions for this season were held in the following locations: Judges: Jean-Marc Généreux, Tré Armstrong, Blake McGrath, Luther Brown Judges: Jean-Marc Généreux, Tré Armstrong, Blake McGrath, Luther Brown Judges: Jean-Marc Généreux, Tré Armstrong, Paul Becker, Kenny Ortega Judges: Jean-Marc Généreux, Tré Armstrong, Rex Harrington, Mary Murphy Judges: Jean-Marc Généreux, Tré Armstrong, Melissa Williams, Rex Harrington Judges: Jean-Marc Généreux, Tré Armstrong, Blake McGrath, Luther Brown Judges: Jean-Marc Généreux, Tré Armstrong, Dan Karaty, Mia Michaels Judges: Jean-Marc Généreux, Tré Armstrong, Sean Cheesman, Mary Murphy Judges: Jean-Marc Généreux, Tré Armstrong, Luther
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    Dancing with the Stars - Season 14

    • Contestants: Donald Driver
    Dancing with the Stars returned for its fourteenth season on March 19, 2012. Tom Bergeron and Brooke Burke Charvet returned as hosts, while Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman, and Bruno Tonioli all returned as judges. The Harold Wheeler orchestra and singers provided the music throughout the season, except as noted below. Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver won the competition over Welsh classical crossover singer Katherine Jenkins and Cuban-American Telenovela star William Levy, who took 2nd and 3rd place respectively. Driver is also the third NFL player (including retired) to win, after Emmitt Smith & Hines Ward from Season 3 and Season 12 respectively. The cast was revealed on February 28, 2012 on Good Morning America. All the professionals from Season 13 returned except for Lacey Schwimmer, who was replaced by Chelsie Hightower. Two new professionals were added into the Dance Troupe: Henry Byalikov and Emma Slater. They joined Sharna Burgess, Kiki Nyemchek, Oksana Dmyrtenko, and Sasha Farber. There was one dance for each finalist that they did not perform: Donald did not perform the Salsa, William did not perform the Waltz, and Katherine did not perform the Tango. Starting
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    Survivor - Season 8

    • Contestants: Jenna Morasca
    Survivor: All-Stars is the eighth season of the United States reality show Survivor. It was filmed in 2003 and debuted in the United States on CBS on February 1, 2004 after Super Bowl XXXVIII. It was set on the Pearl Islands of Panama, where the previous Survivor: Pearl Islands had just finished. The winner of this series was Amber Brkich, whose 4–3 victory over Rob "Boston Rob" Mariano was announced on live television on May 9, 2004. At the end of the series a twist called America's Tribal Council was broadcast live on May 13, 2004. It involved the public voting for whom they wanted to win a second million-dollar prize. When the show was broadcast, Rupert Boneham won the million dollars. This season was released on DVD on September 14, 2004. The theme song is a mixture of elements/sound effects from the previous 7 seasons (Borneo-Pearl Islands). Rob Mariano, Rupert Boneham, Colby Donaldson and Jerri Manthey returned to Survivor once again in the show's 20th season, Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains. They finished 13th, 6th, 5th and 4th, respectively. Rob was invited for the fourth time to participate in the 22nd season Survivor: Redemption Island, which he won. Mark Burnett confirmed
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    Big Brother - Season 1

    Big Brother - Season 1

    Big Brother 1 was the first season of the American version of the international reality show Big Brother. At the time, the show was known as Big Brother 2000 like the international editions of the series, in which the year is used to classify the season instead of a number. It was the first series to be broadcast in English, premiering only days before the British version, however, in the British version, the housemates had gone into the house five days prior to the start of the U.S. version. Sixty-seven episodes aired from July 5 to September 29, 2000. Julie Chen, a host of CBS This Morning and The Early Show, was the host of the series. The season premiere is, as of 2012, the highest viewed episode in Big Brother history, being viewed by 22.40 million people. The series quickly dropped in viewers, and the season finale was viewed by 11.13 million viewers, less than half the amount that viewed the premiere. The series averaged a total of 9.10 viewers. The ratings decline of the series is often blamed on the fact that all of the "colorful" HouseGuests were banished in the first few weeks, leaving only boring people in the game. Although the success of Survivor: Borneo in the summer
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    America's Next Top Model, Cycle 18

    • Contestants: Sophie Sumner
    America's Next Top Model, Cycle 18 (also known as America's Next Top Model: British Invasion) is the eighteenth "cycle," or season, of America's Next Top Model, and the twelfth season to air on The CW Network (The CW). The cycle premiered on February 29, 2012 and occupied the time slot of the final two scheduled episodes of Remodeled. America's Next Top Model Cycle 18 features fourteen models, placing 7 British models who have competed in previous cycles of Britain's Next Top Model alongside 7 all-new American model hopefuls in an overall competition. The catch-phrase for this cycle is "Its the Battle against the Brits versus the Yanks." The prizes for this cycle are: The Express fashion campaign (present in the last Cycle) has been removed. The international destinations for this cycle were Toronto, Canada (for one episode) and the Special Administrative Regions of Macau and Hong Kong in China. This is the first American edition of Top Model to be filmed and broadcast in high definition (HD) and fashion industry public relations maven Kelly Cutrone has replaced Vogue editor André Leon Talley in the role of judge (there has been speculation in the media that Talley was fired by
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    Big Brother (UK) - Season 5

    • Contestants: Shell Jubin
    Big Brother 2004, also known as Big Brother 5, was the fifth series of the British reality television series Big Brother, in which a number of contestants live in an isolated house trying to avoid being evicted by the public with the aim of winning a large cash prize at the end of the run. Due to the poor reaction to the previous series, the theme for this year's series was "Big Brother turns evil", in which the housemates were subject to a more cruel environment. It launched on Channel 4 on the same night the last episode of Friends aired, and the day was promoted as 'Black Friday'. The series began on 28 May 2004, and ended on 6 August in the same year and was the second-most watched series of Big Brother UK (the first being Big Brother 3), averaging 5.1 million viewers. Nadia Almada won the series, and was the first of two transsexual contestants to do so, the second being Luke Anderson, who won the show in 2012. Nadia Almada returned in 2010 for Ultimate Big Brother and entered on Day 1. Michelle Bass and Victor Ebuwa later joined the House on Day 4. Nadia and Michelle became the third and fourth evicted housemates respectively but Victor made the final and achieved fourth
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    I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! (UK series 4)

    The fourth series of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! began on November 21, 2004 and ended on December 6, 2004. The programme ran for 16 days, one more than in the previous series (18 days if counting the day the celebrities arrived and the morning the finalists exited). The series was won by Joe Pasquale 11 contestants participated, one more than in the previous two series. The contestants take part in daily trials to earn food. For the first three trials the two camps went head to head, only the winner of the trial's camp had any food. Tuesday, November 20 was the last time the public chose who took part in the trials from now on the contestants will have to decide for themselves who takes part in them because the public will vote for who leaves instead. Total Amount of Bushtucker trials the celebrities have done Note 1: Natalie Appleton was initially selected to take part in this trial, but walked out before this and was replaced by Shelia Ferguson. Note 2: This trial was previously competed 4 days ago. Note 3: This trial was previously competed last series.
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    The Bad Girls Club - Season 1

    Bad Girls Club is an American reality television series that premiered on the Oxygen Network on December 5, 2006. The show premiered to the highest ratings ever in the networks history, being the first series to break the one million mark. The first season ran for 22 episodes, the season finale aired April 24, 2007, followed by two specials. In every season of the Bad Girls Club one or more girls will be asked to leave the house either to violence or physical fighting which then gives the producers a chance add a new "bad girl" which arrives to the house in a day or two to replace the fellow bad girl. * denotes cast member who made it the whole way
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    Big Brother (UK) - Season 4

    Big Brother 2003, also known as Big Brother 4, was the fourth series of the British reality television series Big Brother, in which a number of contestants live in an isolated house trying to avoid being evicted by the public with the aim of winning a large cash prize at the end of the run. The series launched on Channel 4 on 23 May 2003 and ran until 25 July 2003. This series saw several surprises. Four housemates were nominated on the opening night after the housemates were told to make instant nominations based on first impressions, with every housemate receiving even one nomination facing the public vote; of the four, Anouska was evicted one week later. One housemate, Cameron Stout, accepted a challenge from Big Brother and discovered it meant spending a week in the Big Brother Africa house (one of the African housemates, Gaetano Kagwa, spent some time in the UK house in return). There was a surprise double eviction, new housemate, and return by evicted housemate Jon Tickle for the last two weeks (he was not eligible to win, though he opted not to tell his housemates this). The £70,000 prize was eventually won by Cameron. Several housemates later had presenting or acting jobs.
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    America's Next Top Model, Cycle 4

    • Contestants: Kahlen Rondot
    America's Next Top Model, Cycle 4 aired in spring 2005, with the shooting location being moved from New York City to Los Angeles. The catch-phrase of the season was "Dive In." These season marked the last appearance of Janice Dickinson and Nolé Marin as judges. The Beauty Tip of the Week has now been replaced by the My Life as a CoverGirl segment. The house that the girls stayed in the first half of the competition was later used in the CW TV series (successor to UPN with the WB) Pussycat Dolls Present: Girlicious and Oxygen TV series Pretty Wicked. The prizes for this cycle are: The international destination for this cycle is Cape Town, South Africa, marks the series first visit in Africa and in the Southern Hemisphere. The winner was 20-year-old Naima Mora from Detroit, Michigan. First aired March 2, 2005 This cycle's semi-finalists included both Tiffany and Mary from Cycle 3. At panel, Tiffany revealed she has taken anger management classes, Kahlen impressed everyone despite never having watched the show before, Brittany was compared to Janice, Lluvy revealed she was once part of a gang and Naima recounted her dysfunctional childhood. In between auditions, the girls took part in
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    Celebrity Big Brother - Season 6

    • Contestants: Lucy Pinder
    Celebrity Big Brother 2009, also known as Celebrity Big Brother 6, was the sixth series of Celebrity Big Brother. It was broadcast on Channel 4, launching on 2 January 2009 and running for 22 days until 23 January 2009. The launch show was watched by approximately 6.4 million people. Davina McCall returned as main presenter, with George Lamb as host of Big Brother's Little Brother, and Jack Whitehall as host of Big Brother's Big Mouth. The winner of this series was Ulrika Jonsson, with Terry Christian second. This was the first series of Celebrity Big Brother to air since the racism controversy of 2007, during series 5, although Channel 4's sister channel E4 aired a similar spin-off in 2008, entitled Big Brother: Celebrity Hijack. This series was the least watched Celebrity Big Brother series, averaging 3.3 million viewers; at the time of transmission, it was also the least watched series of any Big Brother in the UK (excluding spin-offs) until the tenth non-celebrity series pulled in 2.5 million. Despite the low viewership, the launch show was the most watched programme of 2009 on Channel 4, raking in 6 million viewers. Ulrika and Coolio took part in Ultimate Big Brother in 2010.
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    So You Think You Can Dance - Season 6

    So You Think You Can Dance, also known as SYTYCD, is a United States television reality program and dance competition airing on the Fox Broadcasting Company network. Season six premiered on Wednesday, September 9, 2009, with Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy returning as permanent judges and Cat Deeley returning to host. Adam Shankman joined the panel as a permanent judge for the first time starting with this season. Season six is the first to air during the fall season, immediately following the summer airing of season five. Live shows began airing October 26 and the season finale aired on December 16. Russell Ferguson, the first krumper to make it to the Las Vegas auditions, won the title of "America's Favorite Dancer" and the $250,000 prize. Also in the finale were Jakob Karr in second place, Kathryn McCormick in third place, Ellenore Scott in fourth place, Ashleigh Di Lello in fifth place and Ryan Di Lello in sixth place. Open auditions for this season were held in the following cities before season 5 finals started after season 5 vegas week: Judges: Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy, Adam Shankman, Mia Michaels, Tyce Diorio, Debbie Allen The Las Vegas callbacks were held at Planet
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    Dancing with the Stars - Season 13

    • Contestants: Peta Murgatroyd
    Dancing with the Stars returned for its thirteenth season on September 19, 2011. Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli returned as the judges, and Tom Bergeron and Brooke Burke Charvet returned as hosts. Twelve couples competed in this season. Starting this season, Alan Dedicoat, the announcer, introduces Harold Wheeler and his band after the introduction of the remaining competitors. Actor J.R. Martinez won the competition with over 9 million votes. A first time in Dancing with the Stars history were the winner was millions ahead in votes by the runner up. J.R. Martinez won over reality TV star Rob Kardashian and actress Ricki Lake who took 2nd and 3rd place, respectively. Nine professional partners—Derek Hough, Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Cheryl Burke, Tony Dovolani, Mark Ballas, Lacey Schwimmer, Karina Smirnoff, Anna Trebunskaya, and Kym Johnson—returned this season. Maksim's brother, Valentin Chmerkovskiy, made his debut competing as a professional. Peta Murgatroyd and Tristan MacManus, part of Season 12's troupe of dancers, also became professional partners for the first time. Louis van Amstel did not compete as a professional, but participated in a new segment called
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    Project Runway - Season 3

    • Contestants: Jeffrey Sebelia
    Project Runway Season 3 was the third season of Project Runway, Bravo's successful reality competition for fashion designers. The third season of the show, with Heidi Klum returning as the host and Tim Gunn as the designers' guide, began airing on July 12, 2006. This broke tradition from the previous two seasons, which premiered in December, with the finales taking place at Olympus Fashion Week in February. Season 3 brought in a new set of sponsors, notably Macy's replacing Banana Republic. NBC re-aired the first two episodes of Project Runway 3 five days after their original Bravo airings. The third season also introduced live viewer poll questions. During the second half-hour of the first airing of each episode, Bravo posed a question to viewers pertaining to the current episode. Viewers could answer through the BravoTV.com website or through cell phone text message. The winner, Jeffrey Sebelia, received a spread in Elle magazine, a mentorship with INC (Inter-National Concepts) Design, a year of representation by Designers Management Agency, a 2007 Saturn Sky Roadster, and $100,000 to start a clothing line (furnished by TRESemmé haircare). The 15 models competing for an Elle
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    Robinson Karibien

    • Contestants: Veronica Lundman
    Robinson Karibien (English: Robinson Caribbean), was the eleventh season of Expedition Robinson (or Survivor) to air in Sweden, with its premiere on 21 November 2009 on the Swedish television channel TV4. The host for this season were revealed on 25 June 2009 to be Paolo Roberto. In the end, Hans Brettschneider defeated Jimmy Führ with a vote of 5-3. Robinson Karibien took place at the Samaná peninsula in the Dominican Republic and therefore were several elements that alluded to Caribbean phenomenon, especially voodoo. The tribe names was inspired from the loa spirits of the Voodoo religion practiced in Haiti - Agwé, Brise, Guédé and Papa Legba. Also in several of the Reward and Immunity Challenges, various symbols associated with voodoo were used, including needles in voodoo dolls during the Tribal Councils - "voodoo curses". The eighteen contestants were initially divided into two tribes, one for the men (Agwe) and one for the women (Brise). During episode 2, the tribes were mixed so each team consisted of four men and four women. Three contestants (Susanne, Angelica and Ewa) left the competition due to hunger, illness and personal reasons. Five contestants (Jonny, Tienne, Simon,
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    Searching for Finland's Top Model - Season 2

    Cycle two of Suomen huippumalli haussa (English: Searching for Finland's Top Model) began filming in autumn 2008 and began airing 13 April 2009 at 20.00 on the Finnish channel Nelonen. The prize for the winner was a contract with Paparazzi Model Management, the front cover of Finnish Cosmopolitan and becoming the new spokesperson for Max Factor. Nanna Grundfeldt won the competition, with Riina Roms and Anna-Kaisa Tyrväinen sharing second place. Grundfeldt is the first out lesbian to win any of the over 30 versions of Top Model around the world, including the original. Self-proclaimed supermodel Janice Dickinson was a guest judge on the show for episode seven. She was in Helsinki for filming in November 2008. Tommi Kilponen, of Finland's version of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, is this cycle's stylist. (ages shown are at the time of competition) Original air date: April 13, 2009 20 semi finalists are chosen for casting and an Andiamo runway show to compete for being contestants. There were supposed to be 10 final contestants but the panel (Anne Kukkohovi, Saimi Hoyer and Sakari Majantie) decided to take 11 instead. Original air date: April 20, 2009 The girls move into their new
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    So You Think You Can Dance - Season 4

    So You Think You Can Dance is a United States television reality program and dance competition airing on the Fox Broadcasting Company network. Season four premiered on May 22, 2008, with Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy returning as permanent judges and Cat Deeley returning to host. Joshua Allen was announced as the winner on August 7, 2008. Open auditions for this season were expanded to the following six cities: For the first time, New York City was not a stop on the audition tour. To be able to audition, contestants had to be between the ages of 18 and 30 and able to be legally employed in the United States. Partner auditions were allowed. Over 200 contestants who impressed the judges in the initial auditions each received a plane ticket to a challenging week of callback auditions at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. The week consisted of multiple rounds of choreography, with dancers cut from the competition every round. This season, the rounds included a hip-hop routine with Napoleon D'umo and Tabitha D'umo, a Broadway number with Tyce Diorio, the foxtrot with Jean-Marc Généreux, group choreography, contemporary choreography with Mia Michaels, and a
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    American Idol

    American Idol

    • Contestants: Taylor Hicks
    American Idol, titled American Idol: The Search for a Superstar for the first season, is a reality television singing competition created by Simon Fuller and produced by FremantleMedia North America and 19 Entertainment. It began airing on Fox on June 11, 2002, as an addition to the Idol franchise based on the UK show Pop Idol, and has since become one of the most successful shows in the history of American television. It was the most watched TV series from 2005 to 2011 in the Nielsen ratings, and it is the only program to have been number one for seven consecutive seasons. The concept of the series is to find new solo recording artists where the winner is determined by the viewers. Winners chosen by viewers through telephone, Internet, and SMS text voting were Kelly Clarkson, Ruben Studdard, Fantasia Barrino, Carrie Underwood, Taylor Hicks, Jordin Sparks, David Cook, Kris Allen, Lee DeWyze, Scotty McCreery and Phillip Phillips. The series employs a panel of judges who critique the contestants' performances. The original three judges were record producer and music manager Randy Jackson, pop singer and choreographer Paula Abdul and music executive and manager Simon Cowell. The
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    Let's Dance 2011

    Let's Dance 2011 is the sixth season of the Swedish version of Dancing with the Stars, and will broadcast on the Swedish television channel TV4 starting on January 7, 2011. The best and worst performances in each dance according to the judges' marks are as follows: The celebrities and professional partners danced one of these routines for each corresponding week. Individual judges scores in charts below (given in parentheses) are listed in this order from left to right: Dermot Clemenger, Isabel Edvardsson, Ann Wilson and Tony Irving. Individual judges scores in charts below (given in parentheses) are listed in this order from left to right: Dermot Clemenger, Isabel Edvardsson, Ann Wilson and Tony Irving. Individual judges scores in charts below (given in parentheses) are listed in this order from left to right: Dermot Clemenger, Isabel Edvardsson, Ann Wilson and Tony Irving. Individual judges scores in charts below (given in parentheses) are listed in this order from left to right: Dermot Clemenger, Isabel Edvardsson, Ann Wilson and Tony Irving. Individual judges scores in charts below (given in parentheses) are listed in this order from left to right: Dermot Clemenger, Isabel
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    American Idol - Season 11

    • Contestants: Jessica Sanchez
    The eleventh season of American Idol premiered on Fox on January 18, 2012. The show aired on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 8/7c. Ryan Seacrest returned as host, while Randy Jackson, Steven Tyler, and Jennifer Lopez all returned as judges. Interscope Records Chairman Jimmy Iovine, a songwriter and producer, also returned as an in-house mentor to work with the contestants on a weekly basis. This season followed the same format as season 10, although a new title screen and logo were created, with a different font. This was the last season to feature Tyler and Lopez as judges after they confirmed they would be leaving the show two months after the finale.  The season set a record when 132 million votes were gathered for the finale. On May 23, 2012, Phillip Phillips became the winner of the eleventh season of American Idol, beating Jessica Sanchez, the first female recipient of the judges' save. Phillip Phillips, Jessica Sanchez and Colton Dixon — were signed to record labels. Auditions took place in the following cities: The New Jersey audition was a late addition to the schedule, the audition was held although the attendance was reportedly low. However, the audition episode was not
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    Britain's Next Top Model, Cycle 3

    • Contestants: Lauren McAvoy
    Britain's Next Top Model, Cycle 3 was the third cycle of Britain's Next Top Model and the third series aired on Living. For this cycle the judges remain the same as they did during last series. The number of contestants was decreased to 12, the same number of contestants as Cycle 1. The opening credits received a makeover and the theme song was also changed. The international destination for this cycle was Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The winner's prize was management and representation by Models 1, a contract with Ruby & Millie Cosmetics and a cover and 6-page spread in Company Magazine. The winner of the competition was 20 year-old Lauren McAvoy from Wickford, Essex. Runner-up Louise Watts participated as a contestant of America's Next Top Model, Cycle 18 along with other 6 BNTM all star. Watts quitted the competition in the 3rd episode because she felt she can't handle the negative criticism of the judges particularly Kelly Cutrone. Original Airdate: 2 July 2007 The girls immediately faced their first challenge posing in front of the press, and then met stylist Hilary Alexander who asked each girl questions. Later, they arrived in the model house and they ran around trying to choose
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    Robinson 2010

    Robinson 2010

    • Contestants: Erik Blomqvist
    Robinson 2010 was the thirteenth season of the Swedish version of Survivor, and premiered on TV4 on 7 October 2010. Paolo Roberto returned as host for this season. The filming took place between 23 May and June 2010 in the Philippines. The very first received applications from the channel's website were lost, due to an error in the form. In this season, Paolo Roberto handpicked the contestants in the final process of the casting in order to minimize drop-outs during the season. Unlike previous seasons, this season didn't feature a jury vote to decide the winner. Instead, there was a final challenge in which Erik Svedberg won against Heléne Ekelund. Translation of the original Swedish episode quotes and who that said it is listed here:
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    Big Brother (UK) - Season 2

    Big Brother 2001, also known as Big Brother 2, was the second series of the British reality television series Big Brother. It is based upon the Netherlands series of the same name, which gained notoriety in 1999 and 2000. The season premiered on Channel 4 on May 25, 2001 and lasted nine weeks until the live finale on July 27, 2001. The second season continued the success of the original, being a ratings success for the company. There was a total of 7.3 million votes in the final week. In terms of ratings, it matched the success of the first with a series average of 4.5 million viewers. The premise of the series remained largely unchanged from the previous installment in the series. The series revolves around ten strangers living in a house together with no communication with the outside world. They are filmed constantly during their time in the house, and can have no communication with those filming them. Each week, each contestant, referred to as "housemates", choose two people to be up for nomination. The two or more people with the most votes will be nominated to leave the house. The viewers then decide which of the nominees should leave, with the selected person leaving during
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    Big Brother (UK) - Season 6

    Big Brother 2005, also known as Big Brother 6, was the sixth series of the British reality television series Big Brother, in which a number of contestants live in an isolated house trying to avoid being evicted by the public with the aim of winning a large cash prize at the end of the run. The series launched on Channel 4 on 27 May 2005 and ended on 12 August 2005, lasting eleven weeks, at the time the longest the programme had lasted (subsequent series extended the duration to thirteen weeks). Makosi returned in 2010 to compete in Ultimate Big Brother. She entered on day 1 and become the second Ultimate housemate to be evicted on Day 11. Anthony also returned as a guest to have a picnic date with Makosi. The Big Brother eye for this series was also used for the Serbian Big Brother series, Veliki brat. The first reports of this series were announced in March 2005 when Channel 4 confirmed that Big Brother would return for its sixth series in the summer of that year. Within that announcement the company revealed that host Davina McCall, Big Brother's Little Brother presenter Dermot O'Leary, and Big Brother's Big Mouth (called Big Brother's EForum the previous year) host Russell Brand
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    Strictly Come Dancing - Season 6

    • Contestants: Flavia Cacace
    The sixth series of Strictly Come Dancing began on BBC One on 20 September 2008, with Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly returning as presenters, and Craig Revel Horwood, Arlene Phillips, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli returning as judges. The show featured 16 celebrities (two more than the previous series) who were paired with 16 professional dancers. The new professionals were Brian Fortuna and Hayley Holt, who had previously appeared in the American and New Zealand versions of the show respectively, and Russian dancer Kristina Rihanoff, who had taken part in the Dancing with the Stars tour. Nicole Cutler was the only professional from the previous series not to return. Tom Chambers and Camilla Dallerup were crowned the winners on 20 December 2008. This was the last series to feature Arlene Phillips on the judging panel, as she was controversially replaced by Alesha Dixon for the seventh series. The couples dance each week in a live show. The judges score each performance out of ten (with four judges giving a maximum score of forty). The couples are then ranked according to the judges' scores and given points according to their rank, with the lowest scored couple receiving one point, and
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    I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! (UK series 6)

    I'm a Celebrity... Get Me out of Here! returned to ITV for a sixth series on Monday 13 November 2006 and ran until Friday 1 December 2006. Once again the series was hosted by Ant and Dec. Kelly Osbourne and Brendon Burns initially presented the ITV2 spin-off show I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! with Burns broadcasting from London, and Osbourne from Australia. However Burns was later replaced by Mark Durden Smith, and Osbourne was joined by Steve Wilson, and later Jeff Brazier. The I'm a Celebrity...Exclusive teatime programme ran on weekdays on ITV1. It was hosted by Series 5 contestant Sheree Murphy and Phillip Schofield. The series was won by Matt Willis on Day 19. David Alan Gest (born 11 May 1953) is an American television producer, concert promoter and TV personality. He is most famous for his marriage to Liza Minnelli, which lasted between 2002 and 2003. David was well known for his quirkiness in the jungle and finished in 4th place, being voted out on Day 18. Dean Martin Gaffney (born 14 February 1978) is an English actor who is most notable for his role as Robbie Jackson on the BBC1 soap opera EastEnders from 1993 to 2003. He entered the jungle on Day 5 of the show,
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    I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! (UK series 9)

    I'm a Celebrity... Get Me out of Here! returned to ITV1 and ITV2 for a ninth series from 15 November 2009. It broadcasted for three weeks and concluded on 4 December 2009. There was however an additional episode on 7 December 2009, showing all the celebrities and what they did after they left the jungle. Gino D'Acampo and Stuart Manning were initially charged by New South Wales Police after RSPCA Australia complained over their killing and eating of a rat during the show, the killing of animals for performance being illegal. ITV apologised for not having properly advised the contestants of Australian legislation regarding animal cruelty. However, the charges were dropped against D'Acampo and Manning when ITV accepted responsibility for the incident. They were subsequently charged around £1600. Ant & Dec returned to present the main show. Emma Willis and Matt Willis stood down from the role as presenters of I'm a Celebrity... Get Me out of Here! Now and were replaced by last year's winner Joe Swash and Caroline Flack for the 2009 series. The participants were: The contestants made their way into the jungle in a variety of ways, including sky-diving and hiking. They were situated in
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    Big Brother (UK) - Season 1

    Big Brother 2000, also known as Big Brother 1, was the first series of the British reality television series Big Brother, which had previously gained notoriety in the Netherlands. The series debuted on Channel 4 on July 14, 2000 and ran for nine weeks until September 15, 2000. Early in its run, the series was met with controversy for numerous reasons, including its use of profession psychiatrists who analyzed the personalities and actions of the contestants. Despite the large amount of controversy, the series was a major success. Forty thousand people applied to participate in the first series. The first week of the series had over 400,000 voters call in to choose to evict someone, while the final week had 7.8 million voters. The series averaged 4.5 million viewers, with a series high of 10 million viewers on the final night. The series revolves around ten strangers living in a house together with no communication with the outside world. They are filmed constantly during their time in the house, and can have no communication with those filming them. Each week, each contestant, referred to as "housemates", choose two people to be up for nomination. The two or more people with the
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    America's Next Top Model, Cycle 1

    • Contestants: Shannon Niquette Stewart
    America's Next Top Model (now retroactively known as America's Next Top Model, Cycle 1) was a reality show hosted by supermodel Tyra Banks that aimed to find someone who could be the next top fashion model. The cycle's catch-phrase was: "One Girl has what it takes." The prizes for this cycle were: This was the only season to feature a cast of only 10 contestants. All later cycles have featured at least 12 contestants. The international destination for the cycle was Paris, France. The winner was 20-year-old Adrianne Curry from St. Charles, Illinois. First aired May 20, 2003 Twenty semi-finalists arrived to casting and were told that only ten would move on to the finals. After the auditions however, Tyra revealed that she and the producers only could agree on eight. The eight contestants selected arrived in New York City and were escorted to the loft apartment in the Flatotel. In one room, they discovered pullout mattresses underneath their beds. Two additional contestants, Giselle and Tessa, were soon added to the group after being scouted at a separate audition, filling in for the missing two finalists.They headed to their first challenge called "talk to public" with Janice
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    Celebrity Big Brother - Season 4

    • Contestants: Jodie Marsh
    Celebrity Big Brother 2006, also known as Celebrity Big Brother 4, was the fourth series of the British reality television series Celebrity Big Brother. It was broadcast on Channel 4 from 5 January 2006 until 27 January 2006, running for three weeks. The first housemate to enter the house (and the eventual winner) was Chantelle Houghton, a girl from Essex and the first non-celebrity in a celebrity series. Her first task was to convince her celebrity housemates that she was actually a genuine celebrity herself – failure would have meant that she would have been evicted on Day 4. She was told to play the character of a popstar from the fictitious girl group "Kandy Floss", and that her biggest 'hit' was "I Want It Right Now". She succeeded in convincing the other housemates, and was allowed to stay. This particular series was noted sometimes for its comedy, but more often for the extreme conflict that frequently broke out between the housemates versus Pete Burns' wearing of fur. Big Brother occasionally played on the conflict, or widening the already-present rift between them by encouraging each side to deceive one another in various events. By the time of the series finale, six
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    Let's Dance 2010

    Let's Dance 2010 was the fifth and current season of the Swedish version of Strictly Come Dancing (in the US known as Dancing with the Stars), and is broadcasting on the Swedish television channel TV4 starting on January 8, 2010 and ended on March 26, 2010. The best and worst performances in each dance according to the judges' marks are as follows: The celebrities and professional partners danced one of these routines for each corresponding week. Individual judges scores in charts below (given in parentheses) are listed in this order from left to right: Maria Öhrman, Dermot Clemenger, Ann Wilson and Tony Irving. Individual judges scores in charts below (given in parentheses) are listed in this order from left to right: Maria Öhrman, Dermot Clemenger, Ann Wilson and Tony Irving. Individual judges scores in charts below (given in parentheses) are listed in this order from left to right: Maria Öhrman, Dermot Clemenger, Ann Wilson and Tony Irving. Individual judges scores in charts below (given in parentheses) are listed in this order from left to right: Maria Öhrman, Dermot Clemenger, Ann Wilson and Tony Irving. Individual judges scores in charts below (given in parentheses) are
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    American Idol - Season 5

    American Idol - Season 5

    • Contestants: Carly Smithson
    The fifth season of American Idol began on January 17, 2006, and concluded on May 24, 2006. Randy Jackson, Paula Abdul and Simon Cowell returned to judge, and Ryan Seacrest returned to host. It is the most successful season to date ratings-wise and also with 18 contestants (including all of the top 10 and a few semifinalists) getting record deals – nine of them with major labels. It is the first season with a male winner (Taylor Hicks) and a female runner-up (Katharine McPhee), the second being season 9, the third being season 10, and the fourth being season 11. It was also the first season of the series to be aired in high definition. Auditions were held in seven cities in the summer and fall of 2005. An audition was originally planned for Memphis, Tennessee but that was cancelled due to the Hurricane Katrina relief effort that was taking place in the city, and replaced by Las Vegas, Nevada and Greensboro, North Carolina. Unlike Season Four, no guest judges were involved during the auditions. The season used the same rules as season 4. One notable auditioner this season was Paula Goodspeed, a fervent fan of Paula Abdul, who auditioned in Austin. In 2008, Goodspeed hit the
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    Big Brother 2011

    • Contestants: Rickard Andersson
    Big Brother 2011 is the fifth season of the Swedish version of the reality show Big Brother. It premiered on February 20, 2011 when 17 housemates were locked inside a house located in Årsta partihallar outside Stockholm. The program is broadcasted Sunday to Friday on TV11. For a fee, the viewer can also follow the participants live on the Internet. Overall, participants will be locked up for 106 days (15 weeks). On January 26 2011, it was announced that Gry Forssell would be the host of the show. The winner of fifth Swedish Big Brother series receives a grand prize 500,000 SEK. Housemates are incarcerated in the Big Brother House with no contact to and from the outside world. Each week participants will compete in various challenges, which they must perform to make Big Brother satisfied. Housemates are instructed to nominate two fellow housemates for eviction each week. This compulsory vote is conducted in the privacy of "Bikten" (the Confession) and housemates are not allowed to discuss the nomination process or influence the nominations of others. The two that received the most nominations, viewers decide who they want to save, the housemate with the least votes is evicted. If
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    Idol 2010

    • Contestants: Minnah Karlsson
    The seventh season of Swedish Idol premiered on September 7, 2010 and concluded in December 2010 and was broadcasted by TV4. Judges Anders Bagge, Laila Bagge Wahlgren and Andreas Carlsson continued to judge the show's contestants for their third year, along with, for the fourth consecutive year, Peter Jihde as host. The large number of applicants to the Idol in both Göteborg and Stockholm prompted the organizers to extended auditions by one day. According to TV4, it was also a record number who sought to Idol in the other urban areas. So far, around 11,700 people applied for Idol in 2010, which is a record for Swedish Idol. Det bästa från Idol 2010 (The Best from Idol 2010) is a sampling Swedish Idol 2010 shows. In addition, at the beginning of the 10th series, an initial album was released containing performances during auditions to this year's series.
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    The Bachelor - Season 12

    • Contestants: Shayne Lamas
    The Bachelor 12 is the twelfth season of ABC reality television series The Bachelor. The season premiere aired on March 17, 2008. The show features the first international bachelor, Matt Grant, courting 25 women.
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    Dancing with the Stars - Season 1

    • Contestants: Kelly Monaco
    The first season of the United States version of Dancing with the Stars debuted on ABC on June 1, 2005. Six celebrities were paired with six professional ballroom dancers. Tom Bergeron and Lisa Canning were the hosts for this season. The premiere drew over 13 million viewers, the biggest summer debut ever for an American reality series. The second week climbed to 15 million viewers, and the show climbed to No. 1 in the summer 2005 TV season ratings, where it remained for the remainder of the season. The season finale aired July 6, 2005. No couples scored "28" or "29" this season. This season also has the least number of contestants (6). The six professionals and celebrities that competed were: According to the traditional 30-point scale. Individual judges scores in charts below (given in parentheses) are listed in this order from left to right: Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli. Individual judges scores in charts below (given in parentheses) are listed in this order from left to right: Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli. Individual judges scores in charts below (given in parentheses) are listed in this order from left to right: Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman,
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    Big Brother - Season 2

    Big Brother 2 is the second edition of the American reality series Big Brother. The series premiered on July 5, 2001 on CBS. The second season lasted a total of 82, culminating on September 20 when Will Kirby was crowned the winner in a five to two jury vote. The format of the program underwent serious changes after the first season, and began focusing more on competitions and gameplay. Big Brother 2 is the first season to feature the HouseGuests voting on whom would be evicted, whereas the viewers chose who was evicted in the first season. This season also featured 12 HouseGuests, as opposed to the ten that entered the previous year, and allowed the HouseGuests to choose the winner of the series as well. The players are secluded from the outside world, a part of the format that remained unchanged from the previous season. The second season of the series saw a ratings decline in the show, with the premiere episode earning 8.20 million viewers as opposed to Big Brother 1's 22.4 million. Despite this, the season finale for season 2 had an audience of 12.3 million, beating out the previous years' finale. In total, the season averaged 7.9 million viewers. As of August 2012, the season
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    Big Brother - Season 3

    The third season of Big Brother, the American reality TV show, aired 32 episodes during the summer of 2002, from July 10 to September 25. In this season, a new twist was added to the game, in that the HouseGuests could compete for a Power of Veto. At a weekly meeting, the winner could decide to veto a HouseGuest that the Head of Household had placed on the nomination block. In this season, it was not possible for a nominee to use the veto on themselves until the "Golden Power of Veto" was introduced. This was the first and only season to have every evicted HouseGuest vote for a winner. In Season 2, Justin was not allowed to do so, due to his expulsion from the game. Along with Big Brother 4, it has been released on DVD. However, Big Brother 3 is the only one to be released as a complete season set. Runner-Up Danielle Reyes and fellow HouseGuest Marcellas Reynolds returned to compete in Big Brother 7: All-Stars, where they placed 6th and 9th respectively. Winner Lisa Donahue was a candidate to return for Big Brother: All Stars, but was ultimately not selected to return. HouseGuest Amy returned that season as well to do a segment on her former friendship with Marcellas. She later
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    I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! (UK series 7)

    I'm a Celebrity... Get Me out of Here! returned on ITV Network for a seventh series on Monday 12 November, and ran until Friday 30 November 2007. Series six winner Matt Willis and his fiancée, Emma Griffiths, are presenting ITV2's I'm a Celebrity... Get Me out of Here! Now in Australia, while Mark Durden-Smith has returned to front the UK segment of the show. The I'm a Celebrity...Exclusive teatime programme is not shown as part of the new series. The official line-up was confirmed by ITV on 10 November 2007. The series was won by Christopher Biggins. Croc Creek consisted of Anna Ryder Richardson, Cerys Matthews, John Burton Race, Marc Bannerman and Rodney Marsh. When the 2 camps merged Croc Creek became base camp. Snake Rock was initially supposed to Consist of Gemma Atkinson, Jason 'J' Brown, Janice Dickinson, Lynne Franks and Malcolm McLaren, however McLaren quit the show and never made it into the camp. Katie Hopkins was put into Snake Rock on Day 2. Snake Rock was abandoned once the two tribes became one however the location was used in the bush battles. Christopher Biggins came in as late arrival on Day 5. Biggins was the bookmakers favourite to win the show. He won the
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    Strictly Come Dancing - Season 3

    • Contestants: Karen Hardy
    The third series of Strictly Come Dancing started on 15 October 2005 and ended on 17 December 2005. It was presented by Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly, and the winner was Darren Gough along with his dancing partner Lilia Kopylova. The show works by having four judges: Craig Revel Horwood, Arlene Phillips, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli, judging each couple out of ten after each performance. When all the couples have danced, they are inserted onto the leaderboard, where the highest ranked couple will get the highest amount of points available, and the lowest ranked couple getting one point. On the second show of the night, once the viewers' votes are in, the points from the leaderboard are added to those created by the viewer votes to find the two lowest ranked couples, and the lowest ranked couple go home. In the third series there were 12 celebrity dancers, 6 men and 6 women. In order of elimination they were: The dances performed during Series 3 were as follows: The best and worst performances in each dance according to the judges' scores are as follows: Notes
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    Big Brother (UK) - Season 7

    • Contestants: Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace
    Big Brother 2006, also known as Big Brother 7, was the seventh series of the British reality television series Big Brother. It aired on Channel 4 from 18 May 2006 to 18 August 2006, lasting 93 days; fifteen days longer than the previous series. The show format was unchanged from previous years. A number of contestants (known as "housemates") lived in a purpose-built house at Elstree Studios, and were isolated from the rest of the world. Each week, housemates nominated two of their peers for eviction, and the housemates who received the most nominations would face a public vote. Of these, one would eventually leave, having been "evicted" from the House. However, there were exceptions to this process as dictated by Big Brother, known as "twists". In the final week, there were six housemates remaining, and the public voted for who they wanted to win. Pete Bennett received the most votes, and won the prize money of £100,000. This series proved to be popular, having a series average of 4.7 million viewers. In 2010, Big Brother 7 was voted the public's favourite series of Big Brother, as revealed during Big Brother's Big Awards Show. Housemate Nikki Grahame returned in the later Ultimate
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    Britain's Got Talent - Season 3

    Britain's Got Talent - Season 3

    • Contestants: Hollie Steel
    The third series of Britain's Got Talent was broadcast on ITV from 11 April 2009 to 30 May 2009. Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan returned as judges. Ant & Dec returned as hosts with Stephen Mulhern coming back to present Britain's Got More Talent. Kelly Brook was originally announced as a new fourth judge, reportedly being offered £200,000 for the role, but was fired after just six days, having acted as a judge in Manchester only, just one of the five audition venues. According to Cowell, the reason given for sacking Brook was because the producers decided the format was "too complicated" with four judges. Auditions took place in Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham, London and Cardiff. One of the most notable performances for the series was by Susan Boyle, a 48-year-old Scottish woman, during the auditions. Boyle sang "I Dreamed a Dream" from the musical Les Misérables. The performance earned a unanimous "yes" vote and resounding astonishment from the judges. Her performance helped lift the show to a launch record of 11.2 million viewers. Within five days of her initial appearance, YouTube recordings of the event had collectively generated more than 100 million views.
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    Expedition Robinson 2009

    • Contestants: Sofia Sunnebo
    Robinson: 2009, was the tenth version of Expedition Robison, or Survivor as it is referred to in some countries, to air in Sweden and it premiered on 21 March 2009 and was the first season of the show to air since the show's initial cancellation in 2005. As a twist this season there were initially no tribes, instead contestants had to earn a spot on a tribe by surviving a challenge and the first tribal council. Another twist was that some of the contestants would have to compete in duels in order to avoid elimination. Ellenor Pierre eventually went on to win the season with a jury vote of 4-3 over Jarmo Heinonen.
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    Making the Band 4 - The Tour

    • Contestants: Robert Curry
    Making the Band 4 – The Tour was a concert tour that began on 28 May 2008 in New York City, New York. It was headlined by Danity Kane and also featured Donnie Klang, and Day26, and Cheri Dennis. The tour was featured on the third season of Making the Band 4. The tour was originally to begin on 24 May 2008, rather than 28 May. The tour was to have 13 dates but some shows were canceled so the tour featured only 6 tour dates. Danity Kane went through the process of multiple costume changes, as revealed on the touring season of Making the Band 4. The plan was to have a Bad Girl outfit, and a quick change during the Bad Girl-Strip Tease Medley. The final costume decision was Miuccia Prada's Miu Miu's dresses in Miuccia's SS 2008 collection. Shannon and Aundrea had black dresses, while Aubrey and D.Woods wore grey dresses, and Dawn sporting the only white dress.
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    Survivor - Season 25

    Survivor: Philippines is the twenty-fifth season of the American CBS competitive reality television series Survivor, which premiered in September 19, 2012. Participants' applications were due on October 4, 2011, with approximately 800 have been interviewed in various states, from there 15 new people were selected as finalists and were filmed from March to April 2012, making the earliest Survivor season filming to date since Survivor: Borneo. The season features several new castaways competing with three returning castaways who were removed from their previous seasons due to illness or injury: Michael Skupin (who passed out into a fire and suffered severe burns to his face and hands) of The Australian Outback, Jonathan Penner (who was removed due to a serious infection to his knee) originally from Cook Islands and later evacuated in Micronesia, and Russell Swan (who was removed because he blacked out twice from low blood pressure) of Samoa. It is the first season since Survivor: All-Stars to begin with exactly three tribes and the seventh season overall to feature returning castaways. The show premiered on Wednesday, September 19, 2012 at 8pm with a special 90-minute premiere, then
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    The Bachelor - Season 13

    Jason Mesnick, initially a contestant on The Bachelorette, returns as the bachelor for the thirteenth season of ABC reality television series The Bachelor. The season premiere aired on January 5, 2009. The show features the first single father, Jason, courting 25 women. In the first episode, it shows what will happen throughout the whole season. Deanna Pappas, the bachelorette who rejected Jason in The Bachelorette season 4 will come back. She tells Jason she made a mistake and that she wants him back. It doesn't, however, show what happens between the two after that. Biographical information according to ABC official series site, plus footnoted additions
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    Top Chef - Season 2

    Top Chef - Season 2

    • Contestants: Sam Talbot
    Top Chef: Los Angeles is the second season of American reality television series Top Chef and was filmed first in Los Angeles, California, and concluded in Waikoloa Village, Hawaii. The season premiered on Bravo on October 18, 2006 and ended on January 31, 2007. Padma Lakshmi took over as host, with Tom Colicchio and Gail Simmons returning as judges. Filming began in Westwood, near UCLA in Los Angeles, on August 10, 2006. The number of contestants expanded from 12 to 15. The prize money awarded to the Top Chef was $100,000. The winning recipe from each week's episode is featured on Bravo's Top Chef website and prepared by Season 1 contestant Lee Anne Wong in a web video called The Wong Way to Cook. Bravo cited negative viewer reaction to the reunion episode of season one as the reason why no reunion episode was filmed for season two. 15 chefs competed in Season 2. Names and hometowns below are from the Bravo website. Ages listed are at the time of the Top Chef: Los Angeles taping in August, 2006. In the order eliminated: Credit order: Josie, Otto, Sam, Elia, Frank, Emily, Cliff, Betty, Marcel, Michael, Mia, Marisa, Carlos, Ilan, Suyai. ^Note 1 : Otto bowed out voluntarily before
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    Idol 2009

    • Contestants: Calle Kristiansson
    Idol 2009 was the sixth season of the Swedish idol series and was broadcast by TV 4. The jury, identical to the previous year, consisted of Anders Bagge, Laila Bagge and Andreas Carlsson. Peter Jihde, the show's host, was also a continuation of the previous year's cast. The audition cities visited during the spring of 2009 were Gothenburg, Gävle, Malmö, Stockholm and Umeå, respectively. Around 11,000 people applied for Idol 2009, establishing a new Swedish record. During auditions in Stockholm on 25 April, Idol 2008 winner Kevin Borg performed for the candidates, as well as Johan Palm who finished fourth in Idol 2008. In Gothenburg, Erik Segerstedt from Idol 2006 performed; and in Malmö, Sibel from Idol 2005. In Gävle, Idol 2008 runner-up Alice Svensson sang to the applicants; and in Umeå, Daniel Lindström from Idol 2004. After the final of Idol 2008, the Idol producers said in a video on TV4's website that "Idol 2009 will be bigger than ever!" at the same time confirming that Idol would come back again during 2009. On 18 March TV4 published times and places for the year's audition tour. The programme started broadcasting on 8 September 2009. After each show a program called "Idol:
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    The Amazing Race - Season 12

    • Contestants: Shana Wall
    The Amazing Race 12 is the twelfth installment of winning reality television show The Amazing Race. The 12th season premiered on November 4, 2007 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. It took the timeslot of the canceled CBS series Viva Laughlin. The finale aired on January 20, 2008 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. Newly dating couple TK Erwin and Rachel Rosales were the winners of this Race. In May 2007, CBS confirmed The Amazing Race was picked up for a 12th season. It was originally to be scheduled in the mid-season of the 2007-2008 TV season. However, when Viva Laughlin canceled in October of the same year, The Amazing Race 12 started early to take the time slot. The Amazing Race 12 spanned 30,000 miles in 21 days, making it the shortest Amazing Race course since Season 8. The race covered four continents, visiting ten countries, five of which were previously unvisited, while traveling entirely in the Northern Hemisphere. The newly visited countries were Ireland, Burkina Faso, Lithuania, Croatia and Taiwan (Republic of China). This was the first time the former Yugoslavia was visited on the race. Also, for the first time, the finish line was not in the contiguous United States. The shortened filming schedule was
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    Dancing on Ice - Season 4

    • Contestants: Melinda Messenger
    The fourth series of Dancing on Ice began on ITV on Sunday 11 January 2009. Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby returned as main presenters, while judges Karen Barber, Nicky Slater, Jason Gardiner Ruthie Henshall, and Robin Cousins returned as well. The final was on Sunday 22 March 2009 and was won by Ray Quinn. The line-up was revealed on 5 January 2009 with thirteen couples competing, including Michael Underwood, who returned to compete after pulling out last year due to injury. The celebrities and their partners are: Green scores indicate the highest skating score of the week. Red scores indicate the lowest skating score of the week.      indicates the couple eliminated that week      indicates the returning couple that were saved from the Skate-off      indicates the winning couple      indicates the runner-up couple      indicates the third-place couple "—" indicates the couple that did not skate that week This table only counts for dances scored on a traditional 30-point scale.
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    The Real World: Visby

    The Real World: Visby was a Swedish and Norwegian reality television program that was broadcast on TV1000 in late 1996. It was Sweden's second season of the show since the first season The Real World: Stockholm was highly successful. The reality show was cancelled since the ratings dropped to an all time low. The show was a Swedish version of the hit American reality show The Real World that is still produced in America. The year after Sweden was the first country in the world to broadcast Expedition Robinson also known as Survivor which started airing on SVT and was a huge success.
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    Britain's Next Top Model, Cycle 2

    • Contestants: Lianna Fowler
    Britain's Next Top Model, Cycle 2 was a second cycle of Britain's Next Top Model and the second series aired on LIVINGtv. The cast was increased to 13 contestants. The international destination was Marrakech, Morocco. The prize was a contract management and representation by Models 1, an advertising campaign in Ford Fiesta and a cover of 6-page spread of Company Magazine. Lisa Snowdon became the host of this cycle after previous host Lisa Butcher left the show due to her wooden performance in the previous cycle. Also, Marie Helvin was replaced with Paula Hamilton. Jonathan Phang remains as a judge. The winner was 18 year old Lianna Fowler from Derby, England. Original Airdate: 24 July 2006 The competition begins. The 13 girls arrived and they proceed to Cafe De Paris where they meet the new host, Lisa Snowdon, and the judges. The girls also meet Hilary Alexander, a stylist who tells them to have a runway walk where they have to wear underwear and formal outfits for a backstage tour along with the judges. They arrived in the model house and they have a tour of the entire house for some excitement. The girls are have an early call to Milton Keynes SnowZone for their first photo
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    Project Runway - Season 2

    • Contestants: Daniel Vosovic
    Project Runway Season 2 was the second season of Bravo's successful Project Runway, a reality competition for fashion designers. Season 2 began airing on December 7, 2005. Following a nationwide search earlier in the year, sixteen designers were chosen as semi-finalists and brought to New York City in June, 2005. After the first challenge, called "Road To The Runway", fourteen went on to compete as finalists. The winning designer, Chloe Dao, received $100,000 in seed money to help launch her own line, a 2007 Saturn Sky roadster, a spread in ELLE magazine, and a mentorship with the Banana Republic Design Team. Winning alongside Dao was her model, Grace Kelsey, who received the ELLE Magazine spread. Michael Kors and Nina Garcia returned as judges for the second season. The fourth judging seat rotated each week, based on the challenge. Tim Gunn, fashion chair at Parsons The New School for Design, returned as a mentor for the designers. The 16 contestants in Season 2 were: (ages listed are the designers' ages at the time the show was taped in the summer of 2005.) Daniel F. had been a competitor in the first season and was eliminated in that season's first episode. Determined to show
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    Strictly Come Dancing - Season 5

    • Contestants: Flavia Cacace
    The fifth series of Strictly Come Dancing began on BBC One on 29 September 2007, with Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly returning as presenters. The first programme was a catch-up show and preview to the new series, before the start of the competition on 6 October. The show ran for 12 weeks, up to 22 December. The show featured 14 new celebrities, who had been paired with 14 professional dancers. In a change to the previous format, the results show was on Sunday, rather than later on Saturday. The fifth series was also the first in which all the professional dancers from the previous year have returned. The winners of this series were Alesha Dixon and Matthew Cutler. Each show works in a similar way. The couples will, in turn, perform their dance for the judges, the audience and the public. The judges (Craig Revel Horwood, Arlene Phillips, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli) then review their performance, and give them a score out of ten. When all the couples have danced, they are inserted onto the leader board, where the highest ranked couple will get the highest amount of points available, and the lowest ranked couple getting one point. However, the judges' score only counts for 50% of the
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    The Bachelorette - Season 8

    The Bachelorette 8 is the eighth season of ABC reality television series The Bachelorette. The show premiered on May 14, 2012, featuring Emily Maynard and dating 25 men. Maynard was chosen by Brad Womack in the fifteenth season of The Bachelor, but they split after the show. Maynard is the second former Bachelor winner to be star in The Bachelorette since Jen Schefft in season three. This is the first season of The Bachelorette filmed in Maynard's hometown of Charlotte, North Carolina, where she and her daughter Ricki Hendrick live (along with the child's paternal grandfather; the child's father died before she was born), rather than Los Angeles, marking this as the first time a show in The Bachelor franchise has taken place in the Southern United States and also the second time one has been filmed on the East Coast since New York City in season three. Biographical information according to ABC official series site, which gives first names only, plus footnoted additions. Ages stated are at time of contest. Original airdate: May 14, 2012 Emily Maynard began her quest for love in her hometown of Charlotte. With 25 suitors, Maynard was charmed by a letter written by Doug's 11-year-old
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    American Idol - Season 7

    American Idol - Season 7

    • Contestants: Carly Smithson
    The seventh season of American Idol, the annual reality show and singing competition, began on January 15, 2008 and concluded on May 21, 2008. Ryan Seacrest continued to host the show with Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul, and Randy Jackson returning as judges. David Cook was announced the winner of the competition on May 21, 2008, defeating runner-up David Archuleta by a margin of roughly 12 million votes out of over 97 million, which was at that time the highest recorded vote total ever recorded in the show's history. The split was 56 percent to 44 percent. The seventh season was the first season during which neither the winner nor the runner-up was ever in the bottom group during any week before the finale on May 21, 2008, with the second being the ninth season. It was also the second season during which both the winner and the runner-up were male contestants, with the second season being the first and the third being the eighth season. Prior to the start of season 7, Executive Producer Nigel Lythgoe admitted that season 6 had placed more focus on the guest mentors than the contestants. Changes were planned for season 7 designed to return attention to the contestants by providing more
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    Big Brother (UK) - Season 8

    • Contestants: Amanda Louise Marchant
    Big Brother 2007, also known as Big Brother 8, was the eighth series of the British reality television series Big Brother, airing on Channel 4, with a number of closely associated programmes also airing on E4. The series launched on 30 May 2007 when 11 female contestants entered the house and ended 94 days later on 31 August 2007. A male housemate joined on 1 June, with a further two male contestants being added a week after that. Another four men joined on 15 June. Five new housemates then entered the house on Day 59: three females, and two males. They went to a new house next door called "The Halfway House" and stayed in the Halfway House until Day 62. This was the first Big Brother series to air in the UK since the controversial Celebrity Big Brother 5, as such, a number of strict rules were applied to avoid a further controversy. Emily Parr was removed from the house on Day 8 in the early hours of the morning after calling Charley Uchea a nigger; although she did not use it in an argument and the two appeared to be friends, a decision was made to remove her immediately. A number of changes had been made to the show, including the omission of text message voting, and a reduction
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    Dancing with the Stars - Season 3

    • Contestants: Shanna Moakler
    The third season of Dancing With the Stars premiered on September 12, 2006 and ended November 15, 2006. The number of couples expanded from ten the previous season to 11. For this season, the scoring system was changed. Fan vote only counted for 25% of the total score and scoring was now translated directly from percentages rather than into ordinals. The judges scores were added up, and each performer was given points based on the percentage of the total points distributed among all performers. (For example, a team received a score of 25. A total of 207 points were awarded to all nine performers. The team received 12.08% of that total, so that team earned 12.08 points.) The fan vote was handled the same way, with the points based on how much of the total fan vote the star received. (So, in the same example, if the team earned 15% of the total fan vote, their grand total is 27.08 points.) The results shows of this season featured the Slim Fast Dance Challenge, where Tysonia Sichinga and Christian Perry illustrated how exercise such as dancing could aid weight loss. Unfortunately, Tysonia wound up gaining 5 pounds from what she said, "too much Slim Fast". The season finale brought in
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    I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! (UK series 5)

    The fifth series of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me out of Here! began on 20 November 2005 and ended on 5 December 2005. The programme ran for 16 days (18 days if counting the day the celebrities arrived and the morning the finalists exited). The series was won by Carol Thatcher 12 contestants participated, one more than in the previous series. The contestants take part in daily trials to earn food. The participants are chosen by the public, up until the first eviction, when the campers decide who will take part in the trial Total Amount of Bushtucker Trials the celebrities took part in
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    The Apprentice (U.S. season 7)

    The Apprentice (U.S. season 7)

    • Contestants: Jennie Finch
    The Celebrity Apprentice (also known as The Apprentice 7) is the seventh installment of the United States version of the reality television series The Apprentice. This season features celebrity candidates vying for the title of Donald Trump's, "Best Business Brain," as a way to revitalize the series, with the winner donating their proceeds to charity. The series was designed after Comic Relief Does The Apprentice, a charity special of the British Apprentice series. This installment marks the series' return to New York after spending the previous season in Los Angeles and features abstract paintings by Seattle-based artist Maeve Harris. The series premiered on NBC on January 3, 2008 at 9:00PM. This is the first season where the candidates did not reside in a communal penthouse of Trump Tower which was more as a meeting vicinity and also the boardroom. The celebrities lived in Trump International Hotel and Tower. There are also no traditionally given rewards to the winning team apart from the winning project manager receiving an amount of $20,000 along with available proceeds from the tasks to be donated to his or her favorite charity. Nevertheless, the firing rule remained.
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    The Bachelorette - Season 4

    • Contestants: Jason Mesnick
    The Bachelorette 4 is the fourth season of ABC reality television series The Bachelorette. After a long three year absence of the show, the season premiere aired on May 19, 2008. This season featured Deanna Pappas courting 25 men. Pappas was rejected by Brad Womack in the eleventh season of The Bachelor. This was the first The Bachelor franchise including the spin-off, The Bachelorette had expanded from 60 to 120 minutes in the entire season. In the season finale, DeAnna chose Jesse Csincsak over Jason Mesnick. The wedding was set for May 9, 2009, but they broke up in November 2008. Deanna returned for one episode in season thirteen of The Bachelor.
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