Instead of a monologue, there's a Mazel (and Jackhole) of the Week. Instead of coffee or water, the guests get cocktails from the on-set bar. And rather than musical performances from chart-toppers and Grammy winners, the tunes come courtesy of acts such as Real Housewives stars Kim Zolciak and Countess LuAnn de Lesseps.
Yes, Bravo's Watch What Happens: Live is far from your typical late-night show.
"We're Wayne's World meets Playboy After Dark," Andy Cohen, series host and Bravo senior vice president of production and programming, tells TVGuide.com.
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Check out Top Model having a conscience!
And not just a social one, although guest Demi Lovato's pitch for the Pacer Center during last night's photo shoot to promote anti-bullying among teens was spot on (and super important). No, we're talking about Tyra and company's unexpectedly responsible decision to eliminate Anamaria for being too thin.
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Jeers to Tyra Banks for trying — and failing — to remodel America's Next Top Model.
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After falling short of finding the show's goal 14 times, the supermodel states repeatedly that she's "raising the bar" for Cycle 15, bringing in top-name designers...
This week, fans of UPN's America's Next Top Model weren't singing along with Tyra's "Shake Ya Body." Nah, they were merrily humming a more familiar tune: "Ding-dong, the witch is dead!" Why? 'Cause that lying, egomaniacal troublemaker Camille McDonald went down, baby. Here, TV Guide Online grills the dethroned drama queen on her litany of sins. And just so you know, there's no sarcasm in her responses. She's for real.
TV Guide Online: You're the most dramatic Model of the bunch!Camille: [Giggles] Yes, I'm the girl everyone loves to hate.
TVGO: Were you acting diva-esque just to stand out on TV? Or are you for real?Camille: I wasn't acting, I was being myself. I am 26 years old. A lot of the girls are 18 and they've never been away from home before. I'm not a supermodel — that's why I'm on the show — but I'm more experienced. I went to college, I've been in a lot of pageants, I've graced the