As Chip and Joanna Gaines have become more popular, so too have the many absurd rumors and outright fake stories about their plans. In honor of Fixer Upper's fifth season premiere later this week, we've put together a handy debunking roundup.
Category: Real or Fake?
Why is The Real Housewives of Potomac cast all black? Last week, we reported on the origins of the newest entry in the Real Housewives franchise, and highlighted claims from viewers and reviewers that something about the show seemed stilted. Now, we've got the full story on the Real Housewives of Potomac cast, the premise upon which the show was originally based, and the reason for the change.
Is The Real Housewives of Potomac fake? And not fake in the general, "scripted reality TV" sense–but fake such that the entirety of the show's premise was falsified for the cast? A recent spate of Real Housewives of Potomac fake rumors and speculation has fans of the current newest entry in the Real Housewives franchise wondering whether RHOP is legitimate, or bogus–and has actual housewives in Potomac speaking out.
Kim Kardashian's hair color has dominated headlines for weeks. She gone blonde before, but in a much more subtle way, but this latest blonde ambition was pure platinum. Now, she's suddenly a brunette again. What color will it be next week? The world is on edge.
According to former winners of MTV's classic show Pimp My Ride, their accounts of what really happened to their cars might surprise you. From non-working car parts to removed accessories after filming ended to rehearsed reactions, Pimp My Ride seems to be another staged reality show.
Dr. Phil makes some entertaining television, and often doles out hard and fast advice, but is he more showbiz than doctor? Does that even matter?