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Originally posted 04/03/2013 01:00PM
Kendra Wilkinson made quite a splash on Tuesday – without even getting into the pool.
The Kendra star, 27, quit ABC's celebrity diving show Splash after climbing down from the diving board's 23-foot platform.
With tears in her eyes, Wilkinson apologized for her early departure from the competition, calling it "bittersweet."
"One thing I don't do is quit. This is the first time in my life I've quit something. This will haunt me for the rest of my life," she explained.
Originally posted 04/02/2013 06:00PM
Brandi Chastain's self-imposed standards are as high as the tallest diving ladder on Splash, so when she performs poorly, the show's newest contestant makes it an issue.
"I think part of the most difficult aspect of what I'm doing is I have really incredibly high goals set for myself," Chastain, 44, recently told PEOPLE.
"I want to do things the right way. I don't want to wallow in mediocrity. I love to get things right. When I don't get them right, that really gets to me."
As she points out, the two-time Women's World Cup champion and Olympic gold medalist has had her share of ups and downs since coming onto the show to replace injured Chuy Bravo.
Originally posted 03/29/2013 03:35PM
Louie Anderson is diving his way to a trimmer waistline.
The comedian, who's currently competing on ABC's Splash, began training for the diving competition show three months ago – a feat he says was no easy task.
"I would say [it's been] 10 years or more since I [exercised] for any long period of time," Anderson, 60, tells PEOPLE. He was 417 pounds when he started the show, and his current weight will be revealed on a future episode.
Now, the show's trainers have the funnyman doing core-strengthening exercises and squats – something he's never been able to do before.
Originally posted 04/01/2013 10:30AM
So many Drakes, so little time.
Rosie O'Donnell got herself into a hilarious Twitter mix-up on Tuesday when she Tweeted her appreciation of actor Drake Bell – who is competing on the diving show, Splash.
"Drake is cute ... Nice muscles," she wrote.
Originally posted 03/26/2013 01:15PM
ABC's Splash is only in its second week, but it's already dived straight into drama.
Not only did Kendra Wilkinson have a heated meltdown in front of coach Greg Louganis, but Nicole Eggert, 41, got injured in a move that "scared the crap out of me," she tells PEOPLE.
"I had been doing the dive and it had been quite successful for me," she explains of a move that will air on Tuesday night's episode. "I was feeling really confident, and I went in for rehearsal before the shoot. We were rushed and I was a little nervous. I did a handstand off the five-meter platform and my arms, my elbows, just gave out on me."
Originally posted 03/13/2013 09:35AM
Her bathing suit is barely wet and Kendra Wilkinson's relationship with her coach Greg Louganis has already taken a nosedive.
In this video clip from ABC's new show Splash, the reality star plunges into a profanity-laced tirade after Louganis challenges her for refusing to jump from a three-meter board.
"I know Greg is the best diver of all time," Wilkinson, 27, says in a confessional on the competition show, which airs March 19. "Everybody would probably be pissed at me if I talked s–– about him, but guess what? I'm talking s–– about him. I don't like him."
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