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Which Celebrity Would You Like to Officiate Your Wedding?

Jimmy Kimmel Joins Tori Spelling & More Ordained Stars

Originally posted 04/21/2013 05:35PM

Introducing Reverend Jimmy Kimmel!

The funny man took on a very different role when he performed the vow renewals between Matt Damon and his wife, Luciana, in St. Lucia, revealing a skill many were unaware the late night host had.

But Kimmel is far from the first celebrity to perform a wedding.

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Survivor's Michael Snow: Dawn Is 'Ruthless'

Survivor's Michael Snow: Dawn Is 'Ruthless'

Originally posted 04/14/2013 04:30PM

When he first started competing on Survivor: Caramoan, Michael Snow settled into the majority alliance and made few waves.

But after a tribal swap, a merge, and decimation of his tribe, Snow found himself outnumbered and voted out on day 25.

As the first member of the jury, the 44-year-old event planner from New York shares his thoughts on the remaining contestants, and claims that the game's oldest woman is also playing the most cutthroat game.

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Survivor's Corinne Kaplan: Being Voted Off Is 'Cringe-Worthy' | Corinne Kaplan

Survivor's Corinne Kaplan: Being Voted Off Is 'Cringe-Worthy'

Originally posted 04/07/2013 12:45PM

On Survivor, one of the most fatal mistakes is overplotting.

When Corinne Kaplan, a 33-year-old clinical consultant from Los Angeles, schemed to overthrow Phillip Sheppard, her tribe turned on her instead.

Kaplan opens up about the drama, the lighthearted moments, and the worst contestant she's ever dealt with.

(Hint: It's not Phillip.) 

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Survivor Castoff Julia Landauer: Phillip Was Sexist 

Survivor Castoff Julia Landauer: Phillip Was Sexist 

Originally posted 04/02/2013 06:30AM

Every season, there's a Survivor contestant who flies under the radar and doesn't get much airtime.

This season, it was Julia Landauer, a 21-year-old race car driver from New York. Despite being well-liked and athletic, Landauer was voted off after her alliance was outnumbered. She tells PEOPLE about her experience – and how fellow castaway Phillip Sheppard drove everyone crazy.

Julia, we didn't see much of you on the show – and John Cochran called you "vanilla."
I know! It's so wrong. I'm totally not vanilla! I'm mint chocolate chip.

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Survivor's Shamar Thomas: I Was Misunderstood by My Tribe


UpdatePosted 03/08/2013 04:00PM

Survivor's Shamar Thomas: I'm Not Confrontational – I Was Misunderstood

Originally posted 03/08/2013 02:30PM

Shamar Thomas only lasted four episodes of Survivor but he got in more arguments with fellow contestants than most castaways do all season long.

Despite his combativeness, he was in a solid alliance until he was medically evacuated from the game on Day 10.

Thomas, a 27-year-old veteran of the USMC, talks about his experience, his injury, and what he would change about his time on the show.

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Survivor's Whitney Duncan: From Secret Marriage to Divorce to Engagement!

Survivor's Whitney Duncan: From Secret Marriage to Divorce to Engagement!

Originally posted 02/21/2013 06:45PM

Country singer and former Survivor contestant Whitney Duncan is engaged – and this time it's not a secret.

"I'm going to marry this man," Duncan Tweeted on Feb. 14 shortly after announcing her engagement to her fellow Survivor tribemate Keith Tollefson.

Duncan, 28, was secretly married when she met and fell for Tollefson, 27, on Survivor: South Pacific in the summer of 2011 but now the tribemates are headed down the aisle.

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Survivor's Artis Silvester: I'm Not an Angry Man

Survivor's Artis Silvester: I'm Not an Angry Man

Originally posted 11/17/2012 05:30PM

In the background of every episode of Survivor, there was Artis Silvester – growling, frowning, pacing. But the 53-year-old computer engineer tells PEOPLE he was having the time of his life, although he still carries a grudge against one player.

You tried out for Survivor several times. Why did it take so long?
I started trying out at season 2. Then I got cancer. They pulled a big mass out of my neck and I lost about 60 lbs. during chemo and radiation. But I kept trying, and I was thrilled to be cast.

Watching the show, you always looked angry. Didn't you enjoy your Survivor experience?
I wasn't angry. It's hard to watch the show now, knowing how much fun I had, and seeing that it was not being shown. I had a blast out there. [Laughs] I need to work on that. When I'm not smiling, I look like I'm about to take somebody's head off. People were scared of me. But the only person I was angry at was Mike Skupin.

Okay, about that. What happened between the two of you?

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Jeff Probst Feels 'Guilty' About His 'Spectacular' Home

Originally posted 10/12/2012 02:45PM

As the host of Survivor Jeff Probst spends a lot of time in exotic locations, but he feels grounded – and lucky – to live at his estate in Los Angeles.

Walking around the 10,000-sq.-ft. abode with PEOPLE, Probst, 51, says the property is so "spectacular" that he "feels guilty, at times" that he's able to live there.

And he shares the house's glittering history: "This home," he says, "was owned and built by the late great Gene Autry."

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Facts of Life Star Will Compete on Survivor: Philippines


Lisa Whelchel to Compete on Survivor: Philippines

Originally posted 08/20/2012 01:25PM

Remember Blair Warner, the spoiled rich girl on the 80s sitcom The Facts of Life?

Prepare to see her in a whole new light.

Lisa Whelchel, the former teen actress who played Blair for nine seasons – from 1979 to 1988 – will compete against 17 other contestants on Survivor: Philippines. Now 49, Whelchel is a prominentChristian author and mother of three, not to mention a longtime fan of the reality competition.

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Survivor: One World Winner Kim Spradlin: I Want a Dog!

Survivor: One World Winner Kim Spradlin: I Want a Dog!

Originally posted 05/15/2012 02:30PM

She's got $1 million (and another $100,000) to spend now that she's won Survivor: One World, but Kim Spradlin doesn't have big plans to splurge – on much.

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