America’s favorite word puzzle game show is looking for Minnesota contestants. “Wheel of Fortune” talent scouts invited “promising candidates” to a second audition in St. Paul Wednesday morning. The potential contestants were called back after tryouts last June.
As the pageant honored the victims of the 9/11 attacks a dozen years earlier, Miss America contestants from Oklahoma and Minnesota won the second night of preliminary competitions in the pageant on Wednesday. Miss Oklahoma Kelsey Griswold won a $1,000 scholarship for the swimsuit competition.
On reality shows like Survivor, Big Brother and The Bachelor, people have to leave their jobs, their families and their rent payments for months. So, how can people afford to be on reality shows? Do they get paid?