Not everything you see on TV is true! Naked and Afraid new Reality Survival TV Show is considered ‘Everest of survival challenges’ where contestants are stripped of even the clothes on their backs and dumped in a dangerous wilderness to fend for themselves with no help. But a woman, Kim Shelton who appeared on Discovery’s new hit series Naked and Afraid was allegedly given help without viewers being told.
Sarah, an acrobat lost her live on the show KA at MGM Grand Las Vegas. She is mother to two children. The wire snapped during the end of the show and she fell 50 feet to the ground. It is a great tragedy and our heart go out to her and her family.
I actually went to the Gold and Silver Pawn shop in Las Vegas. To my surprise, Rick Harrison, The Old Man and Chumlee were not there. So, I searched online and found out that many visitors go there and the stars themselves are NEVER present.
This is because they only show up when there is time for filming. I was there the next day and the shooting was going on and they did not let anyone in. Only people signed up to take part in the show were allowed in. I was very surprised.
There are many discussions and debates out there surrounding if Survivorman is fake or not. Closer inspection reveals that there is some truth to the show but many clips are faked to make the show more interesting and gain viewers.
First does Survivorman Actually Film The Show By Himself?
Animal Planet released two documentaries on mermaids: Mermaids The Body Found and Mermaids The New Evidence. Both documentaries are later described as mokumentary or docufiction. The “scientists” interviewed in the show are actors, and there’s a brief disclaimer during the end credits. This is a shame on Animal Planets. These documentaries fooled millions of viewers. Twitter conversation surrounding the show (#Mermaids) revealed that many viewers are unaware that the show isn’t real.
Jodie Sweetin files for divorce from third husband and asks for 2000 Toyota Avalon and citing irreconcilable differences
Sweetin is a former Full House actress, 31, filed papers in a Los Angeles court on Monday, June 24, seeking a divorce. This is Sweetin's third marriage.
Sweetin is seeking ownership of the couple's 2000 Toyota Avalon, as well as a 50/50 split of their $200 Kohl's credit card balance.