3 Celebs, Including Kris Humphries, Who Admit Reality TV Is Fake

Posted by Katie F. on January 16th, 2012

Everyone has their suspicions that the reality television shows they watch are staged, but some stars will openly admit that major parts of their shows are fake. Kris Humphries has now revealed that his proposal to Kim Kardashian was planned by her and her production crew. Humphries proposed to Kardashian in the bedroom of her home even though he actually wanted to propose in Minnesota. He also proposed in the middle of the day because “it would create better lighting to capture the moment.” Kris wanted it to be intimate and romantic and also considered popping the question on the beach, but every one of his ideas was shot down the production team. Kim, who was in full hair and make-up during the proposal, may have looked surprised but she actually knew exactly what was happening. It was “absolutely no surprise to her whatsoever.” This news comes after it was discovered that another one of the scenes from Kourtney & Kim Take New York was staged. Kim Kardashian and mom Kris Jenner had a conversation about Kim’s marriage on the most recent episode of the show. Turns out they filmed the scene in a studio in December and edited it into the episode to make it look like the talk happened in Dubai in October. In anything about the Kardashian family real?

Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag

Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag admitted that everything they said and did on The Hills was scripted. Their wardrobes, music careers, plastic surgery, drama, and even divorce were all fake and were just used to help support their “brand.”

Tyra Banks

Tyra Banks admitted that her confident personality on America’s Next Top Model is all an act. She says she created a “character” to help get better ratings. Her alter-ego on the show is much different from how she is in real life – Banks says she’s actually shy and “anti-confrontational.”




Category: Heidi Montag, Kim Kardashian, Kris Humphries, Spencer Pratt, Tyra Banks