Reality TV Show Totally Hoaxes

You've watched this reality TV show: Storage Wars, Dance Moms, The Hills, House Hunters or Ghost Adventures??? Do you think this tv show is really a reality??? Some people believe it's real, but most people know that this reality TV show doesn't always represent REALITY. And it's true, this reality TV show is Hoaxes and many people actually fell for. And this some REALTY TV SHOW TOTALLY HOAXES:

1. Storage Wars


Dave Hester, a prominent presence on A&E’s Storage Wars, left production and sued the network over the phony aspects of the show. He said producers loaded units up with items to give each episode an artificial angle and that they even funneled money to teams to keep each episode's bidding competitive.

2. Dance Moms


We’ll just let Maddie Ziegler, arguably the show's top performer, lay it right out for you, courtesy of an interview with USA Today: "The producers set it up to make us all yell at each other. You know how I said that moms do fight? The moms have a fake fight sometimes. Afterward they just start talking and laugh about it." Host Abby Lee Miller really does suck, however. that's not fake.

3. The Hills


Lauren Conrad, Brody Jenner and other cast members have come out and said pretty much everything you saw on this MTV reality show as scripted. Shocking, we know!

4. House Hunters


Bobi Jensen blogged in 2012, on a site titled “Hooked on Houses,” that her experience on House Hunter was totally contrived. Turns out, the couple had selected its home prior to appearing on the show and producers even changed Jensen’s story over why she was moving.

5. Ghost Adventures


Ghost Adventures star Aaron Goodwin was fired in 2014 after he stopped by the podcast Are We Alone and explained how the network staged reactions, sound effects and other aspects of the program. He said it was "sickening" that he was part of such a "fraud."

6. Breaking Amish


Can we change the title of this TLC series to "Having Already Broken Amish?" After the very first episode aired, it came out that most participants had already left their Amish family for the bright lights of the big city.

7. Dinner: Impossible


Robert Irvine was the star of Dinner: Impossible on the Food Network… until it came out that he lied about such life events as making a wedding cake for Prince Charles and Princess Di. He was pulled off the show, but later brought back by Food Network to take part in various programs.

8. Keeping Up with the Kardashians


Do we have proof that everything you see on Keeping Up with the Kardashians is as fake as Kylie Jenner's lips? No. But come on, people! Open your eyes.

9. Couples Therapy


Farrah Abraham tried to bring a fake boyfriend on to Couples Therapy. Irwin Entertainment, the production company behind the series, actually filed against Brian Dawe, the phony boyfriend, for misrepresenting his relationship.

10. The Pickup Artist


The Pickup Artist featured some dude named Mystery (seriously!) and depicted how he helped nerdy men try to pick up members of the opposite sex. But one ex-contestant told Jezebel that he was chosen through a talent agency and the producers barely even tried to act as if they weren't shaping the outcome in favor of Mystery winning the grand prize.


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