The Amazing Race
Amazing Race 15
The Emmy-winning series, which last Sunday nabbed its seventh consecutive reality-competition trophy, launches its 15th season with 12 teams in Los Angeles. While that's one pair more than usual, only 11 duos will fly to Tokyo on the race's first leg. Why? One team is eliminated before leaving the starting line. Participants include two members of the Harlem Globetrotters, a man with Asperger's syndrome, a pair of professional poker players, gay brothers, and Miss America 2004, Erika Dunlap, who is half of the show's first interracial married couple.
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The Amazing Race 15
The cast of the 15th season of CBS' The Amazing Race includes professional basketball players, poker players, and a former Miss America.
Herbert, 32, and Nathaniel, 28, play for the Harlem Globetrotters. Maria and Tiffany, both 26, are professional poker players. Twenty-seven-year olds Ericka (who was Miss America 2004) and her husband, Brian, are also on board.
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Rounding out the rest of the cast are: