Earlier this week, Fox debute their celebrity diving competition special called Stars in Danger: The High Dive. For the men, the show featured Terrell Owens, Antonio Sabato Jr., David Chokachi, and Stephen “Twitch” Boss. Their dives aside, they all successfully pulled of the speedo attire considering they all looked smoking hot!
Olympic Diver, Troy Dumais (who was featured on Homorazzi as a Sports Stud back in 2012) will help the stars in the competition. Other celebrities featured in the show include JWoww, Alexandra Paul from Baywatch, Kim and Kyle Richards from the Real Housewives series, and Bethany Hamilton, the teenage surfer who got her arm bitten off by a shark a few years back.
Twitch, who was partnered with Bethany Hamilton, took the synchronized trophy prize, while Antonio Sabato Jr. took the solo prize. I’ve included photos of the guys below so without further delay, dive in and enjoy!
Is it wrong that I’m extremely excited for this FOX special to air this week? Ever since the cast was announced a few weeks ago, I’ve been waiting on the edge of my seat. The cast is kinda brilliant. You have two Real Housewives, a couple of Baywatch stars, a Jersey Shore alum and some decent eye candy in Speedos. Definitely guilty-pleasure viewing at its finest.
Stars in Danger: High Diving is a two-hour special pitting celebrities against each other as they learn to channel their inner Olympic diver. ABC has a similar show in the works titled Celebrity Splash, but FOX sneaked in there airing its special a couple of months earlier than the alphabet network’s new series. Shady, shady, shady. Forget the ballroom, it’s all about the pool these days.
If both shows are a ratings success, can we expect networks to put celebrities in more perilous activities, like gymnastics and downhill skiing? Fingers crossed. Check out a few pics of the guys in their form-fitting Speedos below, along with a couple of promo videos.
Based on a long-running German format, the next celebrity reality show competition is coming from FOX and it’s called Stars In Danger: The High Dive. In this new show, eight celebrities (from TV, film, sports and pop culture) will compete in a series of Olympic-style dives, including solo and synchronized diving, from a variety of different heights. The celebrities will either “step to the edge and take a flying leap or momentous belly flop into diving history.”
Olympic Diver, Troy Dumais (who was featured on Homorazzi as a Sports Stud earlier this year) will help the stars in the competition.
The series premieres on Wednesday, January 9 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Find out which celebrities will starting off 2013 with a splash below.
Wife Swap?! Really?! Is this still a thing? I thought this show died a long time ago but apparently, they are ready to revive the dead. Now as many reality shows do, it’s time for them to take on a Celebrity Edition and let me tell you, the pairings that will be switching lives is absolutely epic and is going to make for some great primetime television. Get your DVR’s ready. If you are unfamiliar with the show, let me fill you in real quick.
Two families, usually from vastly different social classes and lifestyles, swap wives/mothers (and sometimes husbands) for two weeks. In fact, the programme will usually deliberately swap wives with extreme, polar opposite lifestyles, such as a dramatically messy wife swapping with a fastidiously neat one. Despite using a phrase from the swinging lifestyle, couples participating in the show do not share a bed with the “swapped” spouse while “swapping” homes.
In the first week, the new “wife” must adhere to the rules of the house placed by the original wife. Then in the second week, they introduce their rules and the family must abide by them. If you think it sounds like a train-wreck you are correct. I may have watched a few episodes here and there before ABC cancelled the program in 2009 and let me tell you, some of them were so uncomfortable to watch. However, the new line of celeb match-ups should make for some great entertainment. Check them out below.