The 5 Greatest Fan-Made Reality TV Supercuts

On April 23, 2014, in Article, Celeb, eBooks, Fashion & Lifestyle, Music, Television, Videos, by nadia

Reality TV has had it’s ebbs and flows in popularity. As some the best series outlast their welcome, it’s fun to look back on all the craziness that has gone down


Reality TV has had it’s ebbs and flows in popularity. As some the best series outlast their welcome, it’s fun to look back on all the craziness that has gone down. Thanks to super fans and the ease and power of YouTube, there supercuts of just about every moment on TV. In this genre’s case, that means collecting all of the times contestants have claimed they are not here to make friends or RuPaul telling his girls not to f*ck it up before fighting to not get eliminated. Then there are the other gems: Michael Kors best critiques on Project Runway and Jade Cole’s ridiculous quotes from America’s Next Top Model.

Every reality TV contestant explaining that he/she is “not here to make friends”
Gawker’s Rich Juzwiak started a new trend of supercuts thanks to his thorough collection of reality TV contestants telling everyone they were there to win and nothing else.
Michael Kors’ best critiques from 10 seasons of Project Runway
It’s almost a crime that Kors is no longer on fashion’s fiercest competition because his critiques were the some of the most outlandish on TV. Practically each week, fans were brought to tears from his hilariously snarky feedback.
RuPaul telling the girls, “Don’t f*ck it up”
Like Tyra Banks, RuPaul has several go-to catchphrases she utters every episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race, including her final words of advice before the bottom two queens lip sync for their life.
Every secret ingredient on Iron Chef America
Fans of Iron Chef may appreciate the dramatic reveal of the competition’s secret ingredient, which is always less dramatic than the music that accompanies it.
50 quotes from Jade, America’s Next Top Model‘s most polarizing contestant
Easily the most polarizing and frustrating contestant, Jade Cole reinvented the reality villain during Cycle 6. Surprisingly, it wasn’t because she was so conniving but because she always had something to say.
If you can’t get enough of reality TV show catchphrases, then watch this supercut of all best elimination sayings:

Of course, there are plenty of more supercuts out there. We love recent ones from our friends around the Internet, including Jezebel’s Real Housewives crying through botox, the best slaps by EW, House Hunters eating things on Vulture, and what’s happening at the end of the day.

Source: The 5 Greatest Fan-Made Reality TV Supercuts

Very VH1: Chat LIVE With Silicon Valley Star Zach Woods

On April 22, 2014, in Article, Celeb, eBooks, Music, Television, Videos, by nadia

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work at a startup? Would you freeze in the presence of paper company legend, Michael Scott? Can you handle getting berated by Selina Meyer‘s staff on a daily basis?

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work at a startup? Would you freeze in the presence of paper company legend, Michael Scott? Can you handle getting berated by Selina Meyer‘s staff on a daily basis? Silicon Valley star Zach Woods knows each of these scenarios all too well. And luckily, he’s not afraid to talk about them!

Join us on Wednesday, April 23 at 2:00 pm EST when we sit down with one of our favorite funny guys who has been a part of some of the most beloved television shows in recent memory (Veep, The Office, The Good Wife). In addition to gaining insight on his Office days and how he and his Silicon Valley costars celebrated getting picked up for a second season, you can safely assume we’ll be asking him whether or not he’d turn down $10 million and if he’s managed to get his hands on Martin Starr‘s hard sci-fi yet.

It’s all going down tomorrow afternoon. Tune in then, and check out the video above to watch the show. Be sure to click on the comment icon in the upper right hand corner to participate in the chat. Remember, it’s an interactive experience, so you can hop on camera to ask a question or comment, too! Yes, you may be lucky enough to speak to a Dunder Mifflin alum directly via video chat. See you soon!

Source: Very VH1: Chat LIVE With Silicon Valley Star Zach Woods

Challen Cates: “Motherhood Has Completely Changed Me”

On April 22, 2014, in Celeb, by ayesha

TV’s top mom Challen Cates, lights up the small screen on Nickelodeon’s No.


TV’s top mom Challen Cates, lights up the small screen on Nickelodeon’s No. 1 live-action musical-comedy Big Time Rush as Jennifer Knight, mother to the hockey-playing, reluctant boy band member Kendall, and his younger sister Katie.

Challen opens up to Celebrity Baby Scoop about her two kids – son Colton, 8, and daughter Jasper, 5 – who are “into everything.” She goes on to talk about her Pinot Noir wine from Tantara Winery, set to be released this fall, and she shares her best tips for balancing work and motherhood.

CBS: How has being a mom prepared you for your role as Jennifer Knight in Big Time Rush? How does your TV family life resemble life at home?

CC: “I completely understand her point of view – it’s about doing what’s best for your kids and always coming from a place of love. Truly, the backbone of her character is love of family. So whatever crazy situation the writers put me in, I know she is doing it because she wants to make her kids happy. I can totally relate because I find myself doing the exact same thing in my real life – comedic pratfalls included!”

CBS: How does it feel to be part of the third longest running live-action series in Nickelodeon TV history? What sets the show apart from other things airing on TV these days?

CC: “I’m very proud of the success of the show and that the audience cares so much about the characters and relationships.

BTR is a very broad comedy but it also has a big heart. The music is another thing that sets the show apart from other things on the air right now. Scott Fellows did a great job of incorporating a lot of the music into each episode so that the audience has a relationship with the music as well as the characters.”

CBS: Being married to actor Aaron McPherson, are there stresses put on your relationship that other couples don’t face? What is your secret to building a solid marriage and family?

CC: “We make a conscious effort to do things together as a couple, and also as a family. We all love being together more than anything so that is always our goal — to spend time together creating special memories.

Aaron and I also understand the importance of keeping the romance alive, so we find one-on-one time to nurture our relationship. Gotta keep those home fires burning! Date nights and staycations are a must.”

CBS: What are your kids into these days? What are some of your favorite things to do with them? What’s it like for them to watch you be a mom on TV?

CC: “They are into everything! Colton is really loving baseball right now, and Jasper is into dance and musical theatre. Honestly, she wakes up singing and doesn’t stop until she falls asleep – it’s like her life is one big, beautiful musical. It’s so amazing to experience things through your kids eyes, so we try to explore as many parks, monuments, sports, activities, and arts as possible.

It’s completely normal for them to see me as a mom on TV. Jasper was 11 months when I started on BTR, so it’s really all she knows. She often tells people, ‘This is my mom, and she’s also a mom on TV.’ I love that Colton and Jasper also consider Kendall (Kendall Schmidt) and Ciara (Ciara Bravo) to be part of our extended family.”

CBS: Has motherhood changed you at all? What has surprised you about being a parent?

CC: “Motherhood has completely changed me! My life with children feels like a brand new, amazing, fulfilling adventure. So many things surprise me about parenthood, most of all, the fact that you never ever stop thinking about your kids. Even when they aren’t physically in my presence, they are on my mind. That, and the lack of sleep [laughs]. Whew, I’m tired, but I wouldn’t trade the exhaustion for anything.”

CBS: Summer is approaching. Tell us about some of your favorite vacation destinations. Do you have special plans to get away this summer?

CC: “We try to have one big summer getaway, but this summer Aaron is doing a play in L.A. so we will probably do several shorter journeys. Some of our favorite spots are Park City, Utah (to see the cousins), Ojai & Santa Ynez, California, Mexico (for the beach) and Virginia (when I’m homesick).”

CBS: Between helping with your family’s vineyard and acting, how do you find balance with work and family? What advice would you give other working moms?

CC: “After helping my parents with their winery (Tantara Winery), I decided to start my own, which I’m really excited about. I just bottled my first vintage of Challen Winery Pinot Noir with the help of my winemaker father, Bill Cates. I will be releasing the 2012 vintage this fall.

Finding balance and prioritizing is always a working moms biggest challenge. Family is my first priority, but I also need to feel productive and creative – being creative makes me happy and a happy mom is a better mom.

Some of the things that work for us are:

1. Going over the next day’s schedule: My husband and I go over our next day’s schedule together so that we can support each other and the kids.

2. Me Time: For me, it’s waking up a few minutes before everyone else to enjoy my coffee in peace, or going for a 20-minute run before dinner. Those little things clear my head and keep me calm.

3. Have a support group: I have a few mom friends I know I can lean on in a pinch – say, if I’m running late for afternoon pick up.

4. Don’t over schedule: I totally understand the feeling that you need to do everything, but sometimes it’s healthier to say ‘no’ to some things. Pick the things that you really need to do and that make the biggest impact – you will breathe easier.

5. Give yourself a break: I used to be so organized and tidy. I had to just give into the fact that my house is not going to be spotless and completely neat. And, really, who cares? Wouldn’t you rather spend that time having fun with your family?!”

CBS: Do you have any new projects coming up that you’d like to share with us?

CC: “Chasing The Devil is currently available On Demand, A Million Ways to Die in The West premieres May 30th, and I’m starting on a new web series called Namaste Bitches playing a control freak vegan. And Challen Pinot Noir will be available in September. Cheers to that!”

Source: Challen Cates: “Motherhood Has Completely Changed Me”

Page 4 of 1,209« First...23456...102030...Last »
Premium WordPress Themes