Reality TV Week in Review

Glass House ratings soft; Is DWTS pro the next Bachelorette?

Reality TV Week in Review

This week in reality TV, The Glass House was the big news as it was able to premiere despite CBS's request for a restraining order to halt production of the show. What else happened? Let's take a look back.

Glass House Ratings: Might as well stay on the topic of The Glass House. CBS probably has even less to worry about now that the ratings for the Glass House premiere are in and were kind of a let down for ABC.

The show premiered with only 4.18 million viewers and a 1.6 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic. That's 33 percent less than last year's premiere of Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition in that time slot. In comparison, Big Brother 13 averaged 7 million viewers and a 3.2 last year. We'll see if things improve this Monday night.

DWTS/Bachelorette Crossover? Dancing With The Stars pro Cheryl Burke is apparently interesting in being The Bachelorette. “My dating record hasn't been great the past couple of years so if I have a chance to go on [The Bachelorette] I will,” the 28-year-old dancer said to People. “It would be fun to have a pool of guys around you and getting to know someone.”

Looks like she and William Levy (both shown in the photo above) didn't find love this season, despite some speculation here and there. Would you watch Cheryl on The Bachelorette?

Why Snooki Is Settling Down: Snooki is settling down? Just because she's pregnant and engaged? You're going soft on us, Snooks. Actually, the Jersey Shore star tells People Magazine that she is settling down because that's just want you do. Snooki, the poet laureate.

“When people find the one they love, they feel like their spouse is their best friend and their lover,” she said. “That's how you know you've found your soul-mate, and I've never had that with anyone except Jionni, so I put two and two together and figured he's definitely the one.”

Photo of The Week:

Project Runway host Heidi Klum took her clothes off and laid herself on a pile of scissors for a promo of the upcoming 10th season of the show. No, really.

“I got to the shoot and I thought they'd add the scissors in editing afterward,” Klum told People Magazine. “But nope, they wanted me to lie down right in the middle of the pile!”

The 10th season of Project Runway premieres next month on Lifetime.



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