CBS has unveiled the former Survivor castaways returning to play against their loved ones on the newest season Blood vs. Water.
Survivor: One World castaway Kat Edorsson will compete against her boyfriend, Big Brother 12 winner Hayden Moss. They'll be joined by other familiar faces including Season 1's Gervase Peterson, who'll play against his niece Marissa, and previous winners Tina Wesson (The Australian Outback) and Aras Baskauskas (Panama). Returning players will make up the yellow Galang tribe and the new cast members will be a part of the red Tadhana tribe.
Brendon Villegas and Rachel Reilly
Big Brother stars Brendon Villegas and Rachel Reilly — better known in the reality TV world as "Brenchel" — married Saturday in downtown Los Angeles, People reports.
The sunset ceremony took place at the AT&T Center, where the bride, dressed in a...
She's not just living a soap opera these days, she's also appearing on one. Big Brother 12 vixen Rachel Reilly just shot her fourth episode of The Bold and the Beautiful — airing January 24 — and it's proving to be a much-needed distraction from real-life events. Reilly recently became the innocent third party in a sex-Skyping scandal in which her man, Brendon Villegas, whom she met and fell in love with on Big Brother, sent photos of his naked genitals to a woman he met online. (In an apology video, Villegas claims he was being blackmailed).
Rachel and Brendon
She's back, bitches! Big Brother 12 firecracker Rachel Reilly, a Las Vegas cocktail waitress before she became a reality-TV villainess, has landed a recurring role on The Bold and the Beautiful. She'll play a waitress at the show's tropical hangout Bikini Beach, and be joined by her Big Brother beau Brendon Villegas, who will play a bartender. They first air October 25-26, then return November 18-19. TV Guide Magazine grilled the duo about their move from Big to Bold — and of course we had to ask about their showmance! Did it turn out to be the real thing?
Enzo, Hayden and Lane, Big Brother 12
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the Big Brother 12 finale. Read at your own risk.]
After a summer of sabotage, high-stakes competition and, yes, lies and betrayal, a jury of seven evicted houseguests crowned the Big Brother 12 champion.
After winning the final head of household competition, Hayden chose to evict Enzo, choosing instead to face off against Lane for the $500,000 grand prize.
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After the final two players were grilled by the jury about their social gameplay and the secret Brigade alliance, the jurors named...
Enzo, Hayden, Lane
Heading into Wednesday's Big Brother 12 finale, 52 percent of TVGuide.com voters believe Hayden will walk out of the house with the $500,000 grand prize.
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Hayden, who has been head of household three times this season and has won the last three major competitions, is rightfully the favorite. Should he beat Lane in the final HOH competition, he is guaranteed a spot in the Final 2 against a weaker competitor of his choosing.
Lane, who 39 percent of voters think will win, has a tougher choice if he wins the final competition...
Big Brother 12
One of the final three houseguests — Enzo, Hayden, Lane — will be crowned the Big Brother champion tonight and awarded the $500,000 grand prize. But first Hayden and Lane will square off to determine which one will become the season's final Head of Household, who will then send one of the other two Brigade members packing. The last two standing will face the jury for questioning before the deciding votes are cast.
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Enzo, Hayden and Lane, Big Brother 12
On this episode of Big Brother 12 it was every man for himself as the three members of the Brigade alliance each competed to win this season's last Head of Household competition and thereby guarantee a spot in the final two. Plus: We get a trip to Enzo's New Jersey home and Ragan's entry into the jury house brings on Round 3 of the continuing Rachel-Ragan bout. So, which players are one step closer to becoming the final and most powerful HOH? Let's find out...
Ashley Tisdale, Hellcats
The CW's Hellcats kicked off the broadcast networks' fall TV season with a meow rather than a roar.
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The cheerleading drama drew a solid-if-not-stellar 3 million viewers and a 1.2 rating in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, according to overnight Nielsen estimates. Predictably, the show's rating improved to 1.4 among the CW's target demo of adults 18-to-34.
However, the premiere did improve slightly over its America's Next Top Model lead-in, which drew 2.9 million viewers in its lowest-rated premiere ever. Hellcats also doubled the numbers of The Beautiful Life: TBL, the quickly canceled series that debuted in that timeslot last year...
Britney and Lane, Big Brother 12
On Wednesday's episode of Big Brother 12, another houseguest was sent packing as the final three were locked in. But before any evicting was done, the Brigade alliance revealed themselves to fellow houseguest Britney, ending their season-long reign of secrecy. How did Britney take the news? And could she save herself from eviction by winning the power of veto? Let's find out!