IF you missed the finale of The Amazing Race last night, you missed one of the best in the history of the show.
Dave and Rachel started out in Japan, behind but caught up as all four teams were forced to wait until Sunrise for their clue. As they worked their way through Japan, eventually Ralph and Vanessa were eliminated, leaving Art & JJ, Brendan & Rachel and Rachel & Dave as the final 3 teams. Read the rest of this entry »
Yikes! Bad things are bound to happen when you combine flying fruits and the force of gravity! Take a peek at this promo clip from the upcoming premiere of the new season of CBS’ The Amazing Race, which features home shopping television hosts Brook and Claire and their close encounter with a runaway watermelon!
Claire Champlain was competing on the challenge show in a segment that required contestants to use a watermelon-hurling slingshot to knock down targets a short distance away. But Champlain’s efforts backfired when a watermelon she was attempting to fling stayed in the slingshot’s pouch and was flung back at her.
This should be good for a laugh: Caitlin Upton, the geographically-challenged Miss South Carolina Teen USA 2007, is hoping to redeem herself with a trek around the world. The blonde and her boyfriend Brent Horne will compete for $1 million dollars on the 16th edition of CBS’ The Amazing Race. Caitlin rose to YouTube infamy with her awkward response to about question about American’s ineptitude with geography during the 2007 Miss Teen USA pageant. The gaff garnered over 39 millions views online that year, but Caitlin’s hoping her first soiree on reality TV will help change public opinion about her.