17 Reality Contestants Spilled The Beans About The Shows They Were On And OMG
You don't actually know if they love it or list it.
Lifelines for Who Wants to Be a Millionaire can totally google the questions.
They vet contestants for Cash Cab instead of just picking up randos on the street.
Some couples on Divorce Court aren't actually married.
The Iron Chef challenger gets hints to what the secret ingredient is.
You don't get to keep the cash they hand to you on Let's Make a Deal.
In Jeopardy, they encourage you to play down the categories to discourage Daily Double hunting.
All of the answers on Family Game Night are preplanned.
Nobody is randomly picked on The Singing Bee.
They may make you replay rounds on Wheel of Fortune if the first take wasn't good enough.
Reactions on What Not to Wear aren't genuine.
Singing competitions make you ham up your struggles for the viewers.
Let's Make A Deal will only pick the wildest, weirdest people in their audience.
In Love It or List It, you don't know by the end of the episode what the couple actually does because they record a "love it" ending and a "list it" ending.
The people selling items on Pawn Stars may not even be the item's owner.
They autotune your blind auditions on The Voice.
The "unexplained" events on Ghost Hunters sometimes have a perfectly valid explanation.
People on Judge Judy are told to argue with Judge Judy.
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