If producers think that audiences watch celebrities in reality TV to "see how the other half lives," they're wrong. For the viewer it's a waiting game. The payoff? Hearing a celebrity say some crazy shit.
Take Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kylie was the most boring one until she started tweeting about chemtrails. "Why did I see 75 planes spraying white stuff into the sky on my 15-minute drive to work… Does this have anything to do with why Honey Bee's (sic) are dying off really fast?"
I don't know Kylie, but thanks for taking on the big questions.
Watching Jessica Simpson confusing tuna with chicken definitely bought Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica another season. The pair's marriage wasn't so lucky, dissolving just eight months after the show was canned.
Is this chicken, what I have, or is this fish? I know it's tuna, but it says "Chicken of the Sea" — Jessica Simpson
Now Australia's own cricketing legend Shane Warne has joined the ranks of celebrity reality truthers, with an out of this world rant on Lord of the Flies for washed up once-famous people, I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!
On tonight's episode Warne is reclining by a South African lake, when a pack of primates catch his eye. "If we've evolved from monkeys, why haven't they?" he asks co-star Bonnie Lythgoe, who is apparently also a famous person. "Cause I'm saying: aliens. We started from aliens."
Watch this clip to understand more about Warnie and less about evolution
Dropping truth bombs faster than Liz Hurley dropped him, Warne continues to trace his rationale: "Look at those pyramids Bonnie, you just couldn't do them. You couldn't pull those huge bits of brick and make it perfectly symmetrical," He probes. "So who did it?"
"Whatever planet they are on out there, they decided they are going to start some more life on Earth and study us."
Lythgoe, attempting to ruin the show for everyone, tries to point out to Warne that science has found monkey and human DNA is pretty much identical. "Maybe they turned a few monkeys into humans," he shoots back. "They turned into humans and said, 'Yeah it works.'"
ILY reality TV.