Emmys 2012: THR's Reality Roundtable Guests Reveal All
3:30 PM PDT 6/18/2012 by THR Staff
Ryan Seacrest (American Idol, Keeping Up With the Kardashians), Thom Beers (Deadliest Catch, Ice Road Truckers), Cat Deeley (So You Think You Can Dance), Alison Sweeney (The Biggest Loser), Craig Piligian (Dirty Jobs, American Chopper), and Carson Daly (The Voice) join our Reality Roundtable at Milk Studios in Hollywood.
Carson Daly of The Voice shares an occasion when Mariah Carey showed up at MTV studios unannounced and he was put in a situation where he didn't know whether or not to ask her to leave.
Also Ice Road Truckers host Thom Beers recalls an altercation on one of his shows, "In the middle of it they just start beating the crap out of each other. So I'm sitting in the middle of this going, so wait if I sit here I'm going to look like a big wuss and if I jump in I'm going to get my ass kicked. I got a good right to the jaw, it was like insane boom boom boom the guys were trying to kill each other, it was awesome!"
Reality: Craziest on Air Moment
Craig Piligian of Dirty Jobs recalls an incident with the cast from American Choppper. He added, "It was wintertime, and I was supposed to apologize to them about something and wasn’t going to do it. They were inside a Winnebago and were making me wait outside. They had a big security guard. I’m freezing my ass off. I was out there two f—ing hours waiting. And I said, F— this and opened the door, went inside and said we are going to have a rough time here because it’s me against you guys. You guys better really be prepared for this.”
Reality: Biggest Ethical Dilemmas
From Ryan Seacrest talking about the the graphic video of Kourtney Kardashian givingbirth to her son Mason to a jouster smacking a horse across the face with a steel glove to Thom Beers' choice of airing the death of Captain Phil on Deadliest Catch, the roundtable guests share their biggest challenges.
Reality: Full Uncensored Interview
Uncensored interview with Ryan Seacrest, Thom Beers, Cat Deeley, Alison Sweeney, Craig Piligian and Carson Daly.
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