Words matter. These are the best Reality TV Quotes from famous people such as Nikki Cox, Victoria Osteen, Kashmira Shah, Shaun Ryder, Dave Gahan, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I’m pretty captivated by reality TV and I know that as an actor I probably shouldn’t be saying that, but it’s what I like to watch.
Reality TV is to popular because it allows so many people to sit on the sidelines and just watch somebody else’s life. God is saying, ‘Don’t sit on the sidelines of life. I have put so much in you, but you have got to be strong and very courageous. You have got to step out in faith.’
I learnt not to trust people easily and also learnt that Indians are not really used to reality TV. They will forgive people playing games in monopoly or chess but not on reality show. Come on, lets grow up.
I didn’t think I’d ever follow Bez on to a reality TV show. But it was brilliant for him winning ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ and he’s still my best mate.
There isn’t an amount of money you could offer me to do reality TV. I would rather get my job back on the building site. Or I could own a construction business. Maybe I could retire to my house in Long Island and take up painting, like Captain Beefheart. A crazy recluse: I like that idea.
Both the ‘Gregor’ series and ‘The Hunger Games’ are what I call lightning-bolt ideas. There was a moment where the idea came to me. With ‘The Hunger Games,’ the lightning bolt sort of hit at a moment when I was channel surfing between reality TV and the coverage of the Iraq war.
Switch off reality TV! I’ve only ever been able watch about 30 seconds of it.
A lot of reality TV is repellent, but that doesn’t diminish the qualities of some of the people who take part. There are decent people in there who have no alternatives.
Even though reality TV is very manipulated, it’s all manipulated so that something real happens. And so, our job in this era is to make that real thing happen, because nobody wants to see any more manipulated, pre-planned performances. That era is over.
I’m a TV addict, and I personally really enjoy reality TV.
Strut’ was an amazing experience, but it was also a learning experience, because reality TV can be crazy.
I actually hate reality TV! I know people love it, but when I watch, I’m analytical, and I’m like, ‘This can’t be real because of the camera position! And I see the cuts!’
Among some of the youngsters, I think reality TV has installed that culture into them and inspired a few of them into wanting to be ‘TV celebrities.’
There’s a hardening of the culture. Reality TV has lowered the standards of entertainment. You’re left wondering about the legitimacy of relationships. It’s probably harder to entertain the same people with a more classic form of writing, and romantic comedies are a classic genre.
I’ve turned down millions of dollars to go on reality TV. It’s an absolute no-go.
I can’t stand folk who are all snobby about reality TV.
I have lots of favorite shows, but not reality! I don’t like reality TV so much. I’m saddened by people who don’t show respect to each other and to themselves. It’s horrible. Unfortunately, that’s demonstrated a lot on reality television.
Believe it or not, me and Bez choose the reality TV we do wisely.
Thank God reality TV happened. Oh my God, it gave me a chance.
Television is kind of a disappointment. I often want to watch it, but I find it quite hard – I don’t like soaps, reality TV or celebrity chefs.
Honey, unlike the song ‘Same Parts’ by Tatianna, what you see with Alyssa Edwards is always the truth. She is literally a walking catchphrase factory. She is like an oil out of the ground. She is reality tv, and I absolutely love her.
I’m not an actress, I’m a girl who was on reality TV.
I love watching reality TV, but being part of making it was just demoralizing.
I don’t have anything against reality TV.
If you’re rude for television’s sake, it ain’t reality TV.
Reality TV is utterly exciting.
Reality TV can be very lucrative when used as a business opportunity. Ask Bethenny Frankel!
All of the reality TV I’ve done has usually been simultaneously an opportunity to create awareness or raise funds for my mom’s breast cancer organization.
My guilty pleasure is reality TV, as I am really nosey.
After so much reality TV and confessional celebrity interviews, the public is tired of accessible stars. Who needs them to be ‘Just Like Us?’ ‘Just Like Us’ means just as boring as we are.
After I was on reality TV, after that whole phase of my life was over, I really didn’t want to do anything reality TV-related ever again.
I’ve been offered all the reality TV shows but have turned them down. If I did it as ‘Johnny,’ there’d be no jungle left! It was really hard regaining control of myself, so I am reluctant to let ‘Johnny’ back out of the box.
There’s a difference between reality TV and reality. There’s a big difference.
Now you watch reality TV, you watch them in all those pools or Jacuzzis and I say to myself was I that stupid? But that was me then.
I think socializing on the Internet is to socializing what reality TV is to reality.
I’m such a Shangela fan. I think she exemplifies ‘Drag Race’ greatness. She’s like the Tiffany ‘New York’ Pollard of ‘Drag Race.’ She’s like a patron saint of reality TV.
Reality TV, although I’m a part of it, I think reality TV is a terrible thing.
We don’t need any more reality TV, women yelling at each other. I can’t watch that stuff.
I got my developmental deal first, and I got ‘Total Divas.’ Everything from there it just went, boom! I was living my life on reality TV. I had to perform for WWE as well as show that to the whole world.
I’m not a reality TV star. I pride myself on witnessing, watching people, studying people, and being able to recreate that and create a human being.
Reality TV is not real.
Don’t go watching reality TV thinking your going to find a role model.
I preferred MTV as it used to be when it was about the music – I don’t like it that now they just have reality shows. Reality TV rots people’s brains.
It has become commonplace to call Trump a reality TV star. That is said as an aspersion, the way Ronald Reagan was called an actor. But Reagan’s acting experience, his ability to talk to the camera and not yell to the hall, is what helped make him such a good politician. It is the same with Trump.
I lived in L.A., and the possibility out there is endless. I could’ve done reality TV! It was offered to me plenty of times. But that just wasn’t where my heart was. If I wanted quick fame or quick money, I could’ve taken that route, but it just wasn’t settling right with me.
I think Desperate Housewives is a pretty good show, I watch it, I like it and I don’t love reality tv that much. I do watch some, I’ve got three daughters so we’ll watch the good stuff, the fun stuff.
I hosted a season of ‘Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa.’ I was a part of ‘Khatron Ke Khiladi.’ Also, being in this business, I know what reality TV is about. Please remember it’s about entertainment at the end of the day.
You feel a little weird, as a writer of scripted television for many years, to say you’re a fan of reality TV. You feel like a traitor. But I am a total fan.
I’m really bad, I watch reality TV sometimes – I just think it’s the best form of escape.
Celebrity has lost its value – all you have to do is go on a reality TV show for six weeks and everybody knows your name.
But with voice-over on a reality TV show, I think I’m pretty up there, maybe one of the best. It’s a confidence boost, which helps my stand-up because I’ll try more interesting stuff.
Reality TV is too emotionally draining.
Truth is stranger than fiction, which is why reality TV is so popular.
I was completely with the reality TV boom for a while. I really liked a lot of the reality TV, and the one that lost me was the ballroom dancing one they do, ‘Dancing with the Stars.’ That was the one where I watched it and I was perplexed. I thought it was really boring.
As long as Reality TV doesn’t get boring, it’s good.
I don’t like reality TV. I don’t want to look down on people.
I want people to see that I’m not just about reality TV – music is what I’ve always wanted to do.
I don’t want to sound like a broken record but I do tire of the reality TV thing.
Reality TV is set up to make people entertaining. A good person with values and principles is not good television.
I’m not a big reality TV person, although recently someone got me into 90 Day Fiance,’ which is pretty addictive.
I think celebrity is taking a heavy shot because of reality TV and the rise of Mr. Trump. I think people are becoming a little more leery, assuming that being a celebrated individual means you have some gravitas.
Anyone who’s had a casual conversation with his neighbors or is cognizant of reality TV should already be petrified of democracy.
I’d have to say that reality TV ruined our family, and it’s a disgrace.
I have always had a career, be it modeling, reality TV, or even my not-so-great films.
It’s like watching a car accident, that reality TV.
My feeling for reality TV isn’t ironic, guilty, or apologetic. Reality TV is one of the few remaining modes of popular entertainment in which characterization is permitted as plot.