09:05 AM EDT 03/30/2015
Originally posted 03/20/2015 11:55AM
Twelve years have passed since Joe Millionaire tricked 20 women into thinking they were in the running to marry the heir to a multimillion-dollar fortune, and star Evan Marriott looked every inch the average Joe this Thursday at WE tv's Evolution of Relationship Reality Shows panel at the Paley Center for Media.
Now 40, the construction worker – and, briefly, underwear model – was not particularly talkative at the Beverly Hilton-hosted event and did not stop for reporters on the red carpet.
When asked about his beard, Marriott joked that he "grew this overnight. All I do is think about a beard and it comes in."
Originally posted 05/21/2014 07:30PM
Zora Andrich (now Sabrina), winner of Fox's 2003 Joe Millionaire is a foster mom and mother of two. Zora continues to work in television and divides her time between family, teaching yoga and animal advocacy. Find out what she thinks of the royal masquerade that is I Wanna Marry "Harry" as she watches 12 new women get duped on the Fox reality show each week.
The similarities of I Wanna Marry "Harry" to Joe Millionaire definitely triggered some feelings of uncertainty and insecurity for me.
At first glance, I like Kimberly. She said something along the lines of how she doesn't care to be with a prince, just someone who cares for her and treats her well and she seems genuine. Matt a.k.a. Harry comes across as sincere, earnest and naturally uncertain of how, if at all, he can successfully pull off this hoax. And, the masquerade ball premiere couldn't be more apropos: Let the mystery and deception begin!
Interestingly, Matt remarks how American woman are "loud and brash" and don't know how to use their "indoor voices" yet he sends home Leah, one of the more seemingly quiet women. Just as creative as the premise, Fox has equally selected a fun mix of 12 personalities: Overly confident, overly guileless and overly trusting. Goodness, where do they find these women (sympathetic smile)?
Originally posted 03/26/2014 07:45PM
The Bachelor may have had Prince Lorenzo Borghese, but a new reality show has promised women the chance to win the heart of Prince Harry – sort of.
On I Wanna Marry "Harry", 12 American women vie for the affections of a man they believe to be the red-headed royal – who in real life has been getting more serious with girlfriend Cressida Bonas.
But in reality the contestants will be fighting over a Harry look-alike.
Originally posted 01/22/2004 11:59AM
The BacheloretteTrista & Ryan Of all the couples who have paired up on the networks' reality dating shows, why are the Sutters the only ones who have tied the knot? "There is no secret formula," says Trista, 31, who finally moved her things out of her L.A. apartment over New Year's weekend and into the four-bedroom Vail, Colo., home she now shares with Ryan, 29. "Ryan and I were obviously ready. I was at a place in my life where I was ready to move for him, because long distance is hard on a relationship. What can I say? It was in the cards for us." And do the cards also predict Bachelorette babies? "Definitely yes," she says. "We want kids. But we're happy with married life as it is for now."
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