Jaimie Goodwin, So You Think You Can Dance
Even though 19-year-old Jaimie Goodwin was the first dancer eliminated by fan voting rather than by the judges, she's more concerned with the doors the show has opened for her than the ones that have closed. The contemporary dancer and BFF of Season 2's Travis Wall opened up to TVGuide.com about the best and worst things about her experience on the show and what's next for her.
TVGuide.com: Do you think you deserved to go home?
Jaimie Goodwin: I did my best, so I can't really say that I deserved to go home, but I'm not upset about it. Everyone there deserves to be there, and if someone has to go, then I'm completely OK with it. I actually said to my dance teacher and my friends, “Do you guys want to come to the show on Thursday? Because I think I'm going home.” I think I'm psychic.
TVGuide.com: Do you think you're in shock about it, or that it might hit you later?
Jaimie: I don't think so. My main goal was to be in the top
Kameron Bink, So You Think You Can Dance
After enjoying weeks of safety as partner to Lacey Schwimmer, Kameron Bink was the first guy eliminated from So You Think You Can Dance's top 10. But he was happy to spill to TVGuide.com about his final solo and his favorite remaining dancers.
TVGuide.com: Do you think that you deserved to go home?
Kameron Bink: Honestly, everybody's worked so hard, nobody deserves to go home. But by this point, we're all in the top 10 and we're all going on tour. I'm just happy to have come this far. It's an amazing feeling of accomplishment.
TVGuide.com: How does it feel to be the first male kicked off by the viewers instead of the judges?
Kameron: I felt it coming, and I know that I had much support throughout the show, so I'm not disappointed at all.
TVGuide.com: You'd never been in the bottom group before. So how did you know it was coming?
Top Chefs Harold, Lee Anne, Ilan and Dave
They may not be in Miami anymore, but the chefs and judges of Top Chef are still heating things up. TVGuide.com got to sit in on the set of the Top Chef reunion, airing tonight at 10 pm/ET on Bravo, where we got the goods on the top-10 secrets of the sizzling summer reality show.
1) Every Top Chef makes a photo-friendly second plate.
"We always have to make an extra camera plate," explained Season 2 winner Ilan. "But realistically, we would give the ugliest plate to the cameras, because we cared more at that moment about what the judges thought and not what the audience was going to think. So [my food] looked a lot uglier on TV."
2) Feisty Micah doesn't hate Americans — but she did hate the show by the third episode.
"I've lived in Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Spain, Italy, South America and throughout the Caribbean," she explained. "It comes across like I hate