How much do the contestants get paid for tila tequilas show or any reality show?
20 bucks each date
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Answer . Tila Tequila (real name is Thien Thanh Thi Nguyen) is a model, Myspace celebrity, singer and reality TV star. She started as a model at age 18 and by age 20 she was a Cyber Girl for Playboy. Besides Cyber Girl, she also was known for modeling in various import racing magazines. Through m…odeling she made connections that allowed her to become known as a singer. She was in a band named Jealousy, though they have since broken up. She is now a solo artist and in 2007 released an EP entitled Sex in 2007. Before getting her own reality show she was in Surviving Nugent , Pants-Off Dance-Off , and Indentity . Her career started to take off as she was fastly gaining popularity on Myspace. In 2006 she made the cover of Stuff magazine and Maxim UK magazine. In 2007 she was cast to be the bachelorette in a new reality TV show that was called A Shot at Love With Tila Tequila . The show was revolutionary in that it contained both men and women competing for Tila's love, since Tila is bisexual. Depsite her modeling, singing, and TV work, she is still perhaps best known for being a Myspace celebrity with over 1 million friends. (MORE)
Tila has made herself famous from various pornography. She also models and sings. She is mostly famous for having over 1 million friends on her myspace.
She picked Bobby, which I think was a bad decision...but she did. :( . i actually think its a good decision...i like dani but...i like that she picked bobby... . she picked bobbi
No, Tila's real name is Thien Thanh Thi Nguyen. She came up with her stage name "Tila Tequila" because of an incident from alcohol.
She was an adult Internet Entertainer. She would strip on live webcam for people to watch. cause she couldn't keep her clothes on.. and put half naked pictures of herself on my space, so she got lots of friends/slash added people. then she was like major popular on myspace, then she made some realit…y tv show for desperate people who can't find love so they have to have it set up for them. her first one failed cause hey, she's a skank. (MORE)
Yes, she did a bisexual show where men and women could come and have a chance at winning over tila. Also according to wikipedia she came out as a lesbian in 2009.
she picked bobby and then she felt sorry for dani and said good byes to dani.so now its a great cuple bobby banhart and tila tequila!
Dani Campbell is a rather butchy homosexual woman that came second in a Shot At love with Tila Tequila. She works as a firefighter in Florida.
Tila chose Bobby, but they later broke up.. But....we are about to find out as "Shot of Love with Tila Tequila II" concludes.... on the tila tequila 2 finally she picked Kristy and Kristy said , no. she didn't pick Bo and Bo loved Tila. Tila and Bo have broken hearts now. I dont no who she is dat…ing now or if she is.. when she picked that person they said no in now she single again back on the proud thought it was perfect but didn't know how single again (MORE)
yes she posted it on twitter, the father is unknown Tila has never shown proof of her pregnancies so it is believed she pretends to be pregnant to get attention from the press. Further proof of that came when she fell and had a "miscarriage"
No, she does not cross dress and she was born female. Although her sexual preference is bisexual. Tila isn't actually bisexual, she is gay for pay. She only feigns attraction to women to either get publicity, or to get paid like she did with the porn film she filmed. Tila's blackened, abnormal gen…itals make people wonder if she was in fact a man at one point because her labia looks like something made out of black playdoh. (MORE)
you don't just say i want to be in a reality show so I'm going to go to Hollywood. my 2nd hour teacher always says "pretend your saying your answer to someone on another planet" so this is what you do, you send in a tape to Hollywood and if they like it they'll write back and if they don't it's goin…g to go into file 13, so have them meet you and when they meet you theywill invite you to lunch or something and talk about the reality show and why you should be in it, then you will be a star! (MORE)
Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick, Ashley Hebert and J.P.Rosenbaum, and Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney are all couples fromreality shows that are still together. Trista Rehn and Ryan Sutterfrom The Bachelorette have been married since 2003.
\n. \nstripper/porn star; and a wannabe actress\n. \n. \nno, she is not a stripper or a pornstar. she made money from the tv-show A Shot at Love 1&2 with Tila Tequila, and now she lives on her music and modeling.
according to our sources Baio is being paid $120,000 per episode and has not yet agreed to a third season. The show has done well and it is rumored he may be offered as much as $300,000 per episode to renew his contract. Scott is reportedly worth in the neighborhood of 7.5 million.
It's not exactly the same as if they were working on a drama or sitcom, but they do still "create.". The key is to come up with a concept that will: 1. Create an interesting show 2. Be able to sustain a full season's worth of episodes 3. Be able to be repeatable for multiple seasons 4. Entice spons…ors to buy advertising. Many ideas sound interesting and fun at first, but they've got to be flushed out to find the ones that do items 1-4 above.. What is the typical pay for someone who is successful in all four requirement's (MORE)
Yes, contestants typically do get paid to be on reality shows. The amount varies from show to show.
She's not rich but she does have a lot of money. She just seems to know a lot of people and seems to look beyond rich from her TV shows.
$100 a day is the standard minimum. Popular shows or 2nd seasons often get more. Depending on the show this can may continue after losing as they will send you to a hotel or resort to keep the public from knowing the winning order prematurely.
tila and bobby had a fight a couple of years ago. so she made a new show called a shot at love 2
Reality shows are television programs offered for entertainment to the viewing audience. There are 10 basic categories for reality shows: documentary, life drama, special environment, competition, talk shows, game shows, dating shows, celebrity shows, surveillance shows and professional activities. …For more information refer to the book The Reality of Reality TV by Dr. Melissa Caudle available at http://www.therealityofrealitytv.com. (MORE)
no.he just broke her heart when shot at love 1 had ended. she should of got dani
She was spotted "Canoodling" with Will.I.Am from the black eyed peas. We wouldn't really know until the 2nd show is finished.
Yes. How much? There is no record. However, it was a popular show for 5 years and TLC earned quite a bit off its production. Considering the boobs on Jersey Shore get $60,000 per episode, and the Gosselins reportedly earned between $65,000 and 1 million per episode, I would think the Roloffs had be …in that neighborhood. (MORE)
Reality television is a genre of television programming which presents purportedly unscripted dramatic or humorous situations, documents actual events, and usually features ordinary people instead of professional actors. Although the genre has existed in some form or another since the early years o…f television, the term reality television is most commonly used to describe programs of this genre produced since 2000. Documentaries and nonfictional programming such as news and sports shows are usually not classified as reality shows.. Reality television covers a wide range of programming formats, from game or quiz shows which resemble the frantic, often demeaning shows produced in Japan in the 1980s and 1990s (such as Gaki no tsukai ), to surveillance- or voyeurism-focused productions such as Big Brother. . Such shows frequently portray a modified and highly influenced form of reality, with participants put in exotic locations or abnormal situations, sometimes coached to act in certain ways by off-screen handlers, and with events on screen sometimes manipulated through editing and other post-production techniques. not freak shows (MORE)
reality means which is real any things that happen or going on in real, in shows the dialogs are also writen by writers but inreal i thinks the diologs should also speaks and expression also should b real. tha is reality show show inwhich we see the real things is reality show best example is crick…et that is truly reality. and big boss is not truly reality show understand thats? if any doubt pls ask to me i ,ill try my best to give answer. thank u. (MORE)
Yes, both with women and men. She is bisexual. She has also said she masturbates 10 times a day.
Most do, yes. But all are manipulated to create a more dramatic presentation for viewers. Every resulting episode needs multiple stories. The same principles of storytelling you learned (or should have learned) in school apply to how they are edited. Here are a few ways: -- Contestants and particip…ants are screened for their psychology/personality and their physical health. Smart casting agents can pre determine the kind of interpersonal drama that will happen by who they choose. Anyone on a show is there for a specific reason. -- The situation they are in is of course contrived, and planned out way in advance to create dramatic/funny situations. Usually the situations for every episode are planned out before any cameras start rolling. -- The vast majority of shows do NOT give participants scripts. (Shows like The Hills are an exception.) However, producers do sometimes give participants topics to talk about. For example, if they are talking about the news of the particular day when they are being recorded, that can't be used in the show, because the shows usually don't air for many months after they are taped. Producers would simply ask them to talk about what is happening right now, or to discuss what they expect in the next event they will participate in. -- Participants are almost always manipulated in interviews to give concise answers, dramatic answers, or in some cases to say things the way producers want them to say it. Interviews work great for this since they can be sliced up into small phrases and put anywhere in the story by the editors. Sometimes editors even use "Franken-bites", which are the audio of individual words or parts of words and edited completely out of context to make it sound like someone said something they didn't. If you can't see the person saying the words, be more suspicious. If you listen carefully, you can usually hear the tone of voice change in the middle of sentences, which is a dead giveaway. -- And of course the biggest way stories are manipulated/created is in editing. Most shows record 20 - 50 times more footage than they actually use. So producers and editors can comb through hours of footage to pull together moments to create a 2 minute scene, which may or may not give the complete story of what was happening. But of course no one would sit there and watch an hour of boring conversation, when a couple of juicy minutes gets the job done! All that said, the majority of stories in reality shows are essentially true. They're just extremely condensed and edited to make them more dramatic! Two other points: -- Reality participants sign long contracts that prevents them from discussing these details with a penalty of millions of dollars. -- Any show where the contestants are competing for money or prizes are restricted by federal law from manipulating who wins, or giving them unreasonable advantages. Technically they are game shows and fall under strict 50 year old laws to prevent producers fixing the results. All that said, there are some cases where producers think it necessary to direct participants what to do in a situation so they can make it more interesting in the show. Think of this as a patch. Shows that try to rely on fakery too much don't last. Fake drama just is not as good. The bottom line is that real life is usually boring. Reality shows create or find interesting situations and extensively edit the footage to make something we like to watch! (MORE)
In the TV Show "The Mole" the mole, or the saboteur, is usually paid the total amount that he/she prevents his/her teammates from earning throughout the games and challenges. It usually amounts to around a total of $100,000. And the winner of The Mole wins the amount that the team actually does earn…, a similar amount. (MORE)
Tila is so broke if she wants to fill up her car with gas she has to blow someone at the gas station. She got $400k for her porno, but spent it all on drugs like she has with most of her money. Luckily, hooking is the worlds oldest profession.
Producers are currently having casting auditions for season 4 of shot of love with _____. Tila will not be hosting that season either.
\noh no shes a lesbian.\n. \n. \n- she is not lesbian, she is bisexual, and its nothing negative with that. some people think shes the best, and some think the opposite.
Probably the same that Jon and Kate plus 8 are paid for which is 50,000 to 75,000 per show.. As for Jon and Kate they make 50,000 to 75,000. I don't know if it is the same though.
Their is no set amount on how much reality show cast get paid. All payments are negotiated through Managers and Agents with the Network that picks up the show like MTV,VH1 etc... All negotiations are made through the cast member representatives only, not the cast it self. The Manager and Agent will …try to get the best deal for the talent they are representing. Their is a possibility that network may not make a big offer for the first season because the first season is basically a trial period to see how many viewers are watching. If the first season was a success, then Network will offer a bigger number for cast for second season. Hope this was helpful! (MORE)
One opinion: . 50,000 per episode and last year they had 30 episodes for a total of 1.5 million.
The details are unknown of how much the Duggars are paid for their reality TV show. Other reality TV show participants have been paid anything from nothing to 1 million dollars an episode. (Sarah Palin!) A best guess is that the Duggars are paid somewhere in the range of $22,500 to $50,000 - but t…his is only a guess. It is against Answers.com policy to publish private information about celebrities and private people alike. (MORE)
Yes some do that's actually funny for a person to ask that i watch many many reality shows and yes they are true some. some are true.
Newer models tend to be paid on the lower end, usually $100 or more per show, while more recognizable and experienced runway models can make $500 or more per show.
kim gets 40000 per show and the sisters get 20000 and mom and bruce 25000 and rob 10000
No-one, that's disgusting and not even funny. Are you aware she lost her wife this year, have a heart, will you?
Her recent girlfriend/fiancÃ©e, Casey Johnson died naturally from diabetic Ketoacidos caused by her Type 1 diabetes.
It varies depending how long they last on the show. The longer they last the more they get paid. They also get paid for doing publicity, charity, tv shows, etc after the show.
It has been reported that the Braxton's make approximately $15,000per episode for their reality show. There contract is re-negotiatedeach season based on previous ratings.
There was a short show (3 episodes I think) that was put on by the BBC called Millionaire Traders. It is pretty good and can be watched on YouTube.
Ms. Gosselin's compensation for her reality TV show 'Kate Plus 8' has not be made public. However, some have speculated that she was paid as much as $250,000 per episode, an amount Gosselin says is inaccurate. The actual number is between Gosselin, the accountants and the network.
There is no public information on how much the Duggars are paid for their reality television show. Some reality TV families have been paid $1,000 for a week of shooting for a 30 minute single episode - but the compensation could be anything from that base depending on the popularity of the show and …production costs. (MORE)
Income earned by the Hutterite colony featured on the reality show 'American Colony: The Hutterites" is not public information. It is against answers.com policy to publish personal, private information for celebrities and non celebrities. Actual income from reality television show appearances vari…es greatly. Anything from 0 to millions of dollars, it depends on the profile of the featured "performer", advertiser appeal and production costs. Let's hope that whatever the colony received in compensation - it helped them continue to survive. (MORE)
In most cases, no. Contestants have to pay their expenses themselves, which can include airfare and hotel expenses.
The Survivor reunion show is built into the contestants contractsfrom the beginning of the season. The only reason a contestantwouldn't show up for this would be due to pregnancy, illness, or adeath in the family. All contestants receive $10,000 for appearingat the live show.
The houseguests receive a stipend for each week they're in the house, and also for the time they spend sequestered as part of the jury. Thus, the houseguests tend to be anxious to make it least to sequester; there, they get paid to just relax, not play a game or eat oatmeal "slop." If they're evicte…d earlier, they don't get that additional jury-duty pay. (MORE)