Danny Bonaduce has married his manager, Amy Railsback, according to his official website.
Bonaduce, 51, wed Railsback, 28, in a private ceremony at the Four Seasons in Maui on...
Finding romance on television is hard, but holding onto it on television is even more difficult. Look no further than Kim Kardashian and Kris Humprhies divorcing after 72 days — yes, days — of marriage. Are we shocked? Hardly. After all, he didn't even know she was previously married until, like, five months ago. And they're not the only (soon-to-be) divorced reality-TV couple. Check out our roundup of the small-screen lovebirds who didn't have a happy ending.
Question: A couple of years ago you addressed a complaint of mine about Survivor, although I felt that you misunderstood what I was upset about. I was upset that the editing had led the public to believe that one of the finalists was a shoo-in to win the prize. The reality was that the other finalist won by a landslide. Based on what was shown to the public via CBS, this should not have been the case and I was upset. You interpreted my discontent as sour grapes over who actually won. Even though I swore I would not watch any more of Survivor, I got over it (quickly) and have continued to watch. I still think that creative editing can be misleading, but my family and I now try to figure out when we are being punked by the editor. If someone was seeing Survivor for the first time, they would have been convinced (in the Nov. 3 episode) that Jamie was history. Seasoned veterans would still believe that Brandon was doomed, as he was. I still dislike the misleading editing, but have accepted ...