The wide receiver and his fiancee, singer Jessie James, will star in a reality series set to premiere in summer 2013 on E! According to the report, the show will follow Decker and James' "road to the altar as they juggle careers, relationships, family and more." Retired knuckleball pitcher Tim Wakefield coached five former NCAA Division I quarterbacks — Doug Flutie (Boston College, pictured), John David Booty (USC), Josh Booty (LSU), David Greene (Georgia) and Ryan Perrilloux (LSU & Jacksonville State) — on the MLB Network’s reality series "The Next Knuckler," which premiered Feb. MLB Network analyst Kevin Millar hosted as the five former QBs competed and learned to throw a knuckleball. The winner, Josh Booty, earned an invitation to the Arizona Diamondbacks’ spring training camp, but was cut from the team.The NBA Hall-of-Famer competed on the mostly unwatchable ABC celebrity diving show "Splash," which debuted in March 2013. Webb shot to fame when ESPN announcer Brent Musburger raved about her appearance during the BCS title game in January 2013.The marriage lasted just 72 days; the divorce battle was decidedly longer.
Olympic swimming gold medalist Ryan Lochte stated post-London Games that he was interested in participating on either "Dancing with the Stars" or "The Bachelor," but instead Lochte signed on with E!
to be featured in his own series, which debuted in April 2013. " follows the 28-year-old swimmer as he prepares for the 2016 Rio Olympics while developing his fashion line, making media appearances, dealing with his family and friends.
Retired Braves 3B Chipper Jones is an avid hunter who has parlayed his love for hunting into participation in two hunting shows.
His first, on the Outdoor Channel, is called “Buck Commander” and follows Jones and former teammates Adam La Roche and Ryan Langerhans and country music artists Luke Bryan and Jason Aldean on their pursuit of deer.
Kim Kardashian is a role model for Lochte, who said: “Kim started from pretty much nothing, and now everyone everywhere knows who she is.
That’s what I want to do.” Sadly for Ryan, his girlfriend Jamiee Hollier, whom he dated for four years, dumped him on a recent episode.
The Rosses' nuptials were featured on We TV's "Platinum Weddings." They met when they attended the University of Texas together. Eight celebrities gathered at a remote training facility to execute complicated missions inspired by military exercises. Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski and his family are in talks with talent agency William Morris Endeavor to develop a TV show around their lives, according to a report, which also says WME is working on a book deal and speaking engagements for the Gronkowskis.
Boxing champ Laila Ali, actor and former National Football League player Terry Crews, Olympic gold medalist Picabo Street and WWE diva Eve Torres join four other celebrities (actor Dean Cain, boy-bander Nick Lachey, snowmobiling Alaska husband Todd Palin and "The Biggest Loser" trainer Dolvett Quince) to compete on NBC's ill-fated "Stars Earn Stripes." Hosted by General Wesley Clark and Samantha Harris, the competition show attempted to pay homage to the U. The six-part TLC show, which begain airing in January 2013, followed the disgraced all-time hits leader Pete Rose and his wife, model Kiana Kim.
His second show, called “Major League Bowhunter,” is shown weekly on The Sportsman Channel.
Sports and reality TV have been in bed together for a while now and the perfect marriage of the two is personified by NBA player Lamar Odom and his wife, Khloe, a member of the ubiquitous Kardashian clan. series about their life and lately their drama has played out in the tabloids.
Suh also appeared on the ABC celebrity diving competition show "Splash," in March 2013. Show," which debuted in July 2009 and followed Owens and his female publicists as they waded through his complicated personal life.