Category: Did You Know?
American Chopper is set for a return to reality TV glory just in time for master motorcycle builder Paul Teutul Sr. The 68-year-old patriarch of the Orange County Choppers family fortune has been beset by a variety of legal woes ever since Orange County Choppers, Teutul's third motorcycle-themed show, went off the air in 2014.
Model and actress Caitlin McHugh has seen her profile soar since revealing her engagement to Full House star John Stamos. The couple began the year with a low-profile marriage, and are expecting their first child in just a few months — but who is Caitlin McHugh?
Fixer Upper star Joanna Gaines has seen her net worth explode over the past two years, thanks in large part to a five-fold increase in her appearance fee. The surprising disclosure came as part of a back-and-forth between Joanna and the lawyers trying to get her to sit for a deposition in a lawsuit involving her furniture company; read on for the details.
Of all the factors determining whether we get a new season of Curse of Oak Island, perhaps none is more important than Marty Lagina's net worth. The quieter of the two Lagina brothers also happens to be the money man funding the bulk of Rick's exploration -- and his willingness to continue doing so may play a bigger role in the project than even History's involvement.
Amara La Negra's real hair has become one of the focal points of the season for LHHMiami's breakout star. Thanks to racist controversies, the 27-year-old has had to explain her unique, breathtaking look for a whole new audience -- but it seems like that audience is listening.
Controversial My 600 Lb Life cast member Steven Assanti just took to Facebook for an impromptu Live session in which he answered the question he says he gets asked more than any other: Is My 600 Lb Life real?
Now that Fixer Upper is airing its final episodes, Joanna Gaines is dropping more and more hints about how the show actually works. She recently spilled the beans on whether or not she and Chip actually work on every single room in the homes they renovate -- and then revealed a major change to the show's formula for Season 5.
Gunplay is set for mainstream success on LHHMiami, but one particular item from his past still causes confusion and controversy: the swastika he had tattooed on his neck. According to Gunplay, the symbol is meant to demonstrate how "society and environment" can twist the purest people and turn them evil.