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Sanjaya still around, joins new reality show

by Bob Sassone, posted Apr 18th 2009 9:07AM
SanjayaDanny already told you that ex-Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich might join the cast of the new NBC reality competition show I'm A Celebrity...Can I Get 15 More MInutes Of Fame, Please? I'll Even Eat A Bug If You Want Me To! Now the show has grabbed another cast member, former American Idol contestant Sanjaya.

If you're not familiar with the show that originated in Britian and aired a season on ABC in 2003, a bunch of celebrities are dropped in the jungle (in this case, Costa Rica) and have to survive using their wits, their charm, and ... their shiny white teeth, or something. Sanjaya and Blagojevich will be joined by Geraldo Rivera, Heidi and Spencer from The Hills, Dog The Bounty Hunter Duane Chapman, and model Janice Dickinson.

OK, the real title is I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Outta Here!, but you probably already knew that.

The article above says that Sanjaya released his memoirs a while back. His memoirs?!?

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this is weird my whole family and every single person in my school say i look exactly like sanjaya and now that i saw his picture im freaked out my hair is even like his well because i change it allot same skin color same eyes this is weird and even it makes me mad because they even call me sanjaya when its not its jesse

June 18 2009 at 7:25 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

The sad part is out of the list of "celebrities" in the post, Sanjaya's the one I'd root for. Not that I'm an AI fan, but I find the rest of them too obnoxious to even consider caring about.

It really annoys me that "let's shoot for another 15 minutes" drivel like this gets greenlit while Chuck is on the bubble.

April 18 2009 at 6:52 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

As sad as it sounds, I just saw his memoirs at the library. I thought the same thing: he has "memoirs"? Drawn by some strange force, I actually checked out the book. It is a fairly thick book (how could there be that much to say?). I have yet to open it.

April 18 2009 at 10:11 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
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Wow NBC really is run by morons. When I first read about this show I thought it wasn't such a bad idea, it could work. But that's if they had some REAL celebrities. This is obviously just stunt casting and sure a lot of people will tune in for the first episode, but after that no one is going to keep watching these annoying people. AND they are airing this a couple nights a week? NBC is gonna do horribly.

April 18 2009 at 12:47 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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