Kelly, 30, has been modeling for the past 10 years and is an aspiring children's book writer.
Kelly admits to being high-strung and obsessive, "athletic, bossy and silly. Kelly and Jon recently had a "bad breakup on their three-year anniversary" over getting married, but since then, they've gotten engaged. Nothing's off-limits in conversation. Kelly believes that she "could fit in at the presidential banquet or at a frat party," though Barbara Bush once told her at a VIP Texan party to "stay away from George.
Originally from New Jersey, Jon, 28, is a real estate agent and has worked as a model and bartender in the past. He's an "all-around good athlete" and graduate of Rutgers University, which he attended on a Lacrosse scholarship.
He enjoys skiing and boating and considers himself to be "spontaneous, competitive and funny. He speaks no foreign languages. Jon describes Kelly as "very sympathetic for others," but admits that one of his pet peeves about himself is that he is extremely critical of other people. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Do you like this video? Contents [ show ]. Message from a Wikia contributor 2 messages.
Are they married??? Categories :.TV Schedule. Sign In. The Amazing Race —. S4, Ep1. Error: please try again. At Dodger's Stadium, Phil greets the twelve teams of two people and starts the race around the world with a hearty, "The world is waiting for you. S4, Ep2. In the end, with the possibility of someone getting eliminated, all four teams dash through the Roadblock in order to stay in the game.
But unfortunately it's too late for one team and they step onto the mat in last place. They have indeed been eliminated, leaving the final three. S4, Ep3. The teams travel from Italy to Vienna, Austria. There, horse-riding creates confusion when teams fail to follow a clue that states that you must grab a tag before boarding the horses.
A Detour - Mozart or Beethoven creates confusion and tension when teams realize that the Beethoven option wasn't as simple as it sounded. And Steve and Dave, after claiming the Fast Forward the previous week, fall far behind, but a stroke of luck keeps them in the race and Cindy and Russell are eliminated.
S4, Ep4. The teams start by traveling to France. Transportation confusion with trains and jets causes some teams into the lead to fall behind, while others reach the route marker in France early. There, they're surprised to find themselves faced with a Roadblock rather than a Detour. The Roadblock involves changing the tires on a race car and then doing a lap with a professional driver.
All teams succesfully complete the task and then head to the next location, a lighthouse over miles away. However, they find themselves all bunched together by the morning opening hours. S4, Ep5. The teams travel from France to Amsterdam, Holland. Most teams are able to get flights, but David and Jeff and Steve and Dave have to head to another airport and lose critical time when they are caught in a bad traffic jam. In Amsterdam, teams must go boating to a museum and this leads to massive confusion, particularly for the team of Tian and Jaree.
In the Detour, teams must choose between kg or 15 Feet. In kg, they drive 30 miles and then weight out kg of cheese and in 15 ft. S4, Ep6. The seven remaining teams flew to Mumbai, India, where they faced culture shock by some of the locals.Post a Comment. We wanted to see what past "Amazing Race" contestants are up to now that they've chased Phil Keoghan around the world, eaten the slimiest foods, scaled the tallest buildings, and screamed at the most cab drivers across the globe.
The interesting thing we discovered is that it's difficult to track them down. And while it's complete speculation, we do have a theory why.
If you sign up to do "The Race," you're not out for instant celebrity or a ticket to red carpet events. You aren't attempting to get your own reality show or drop a new CD. You truly want the adventure of a lifetime racing around the world -- and the million dollars would be nice.
Here are some of most interesting alumni of "TAR. Since then, Rob started his own law practice and dedicated his time to writing. You can find his two self-published novels on Amazon. Both "The Meteth Chronicles" and "A Sea of Time" hit the bookshelves inbut with no new works since, it seems that Rob's writing career may have been short-lived.
Or maybe he's just working on his yet-to-be-completed masterpiece. Brennan is also still a lawyer, but he's one of the few "Race" contestants to try to work his 15 minutes. Chris also got married not to anyone from the show and settled down in Florida after spending a few wild months in Los Angeles and Vegas on the weekendswhile Alex has let his adventurous spirit soar. The company has created online travel shows, including "Around the World for Free" he travels across the globe with little to no money and relies on the generosity of locals and Rachael Ray's "Rach to the Rescue.
Reichen Lehmkuhl and Chip Arndt probably gained the most notoriety from their experience on "The Race. Reichen was an ex-Air Force Captain, flight instructor, and model, while Chip had worked as investment banker and a public relations and marketing manager. The pair met in and had a commitment ceremony inone year before "The Race. The couple split six months after the show aired, and after that Reichen made headlines for his brief relationship with Lance Bass.
He also became a host and actor. Last year he was elected as a delegate to the Democratic National Convention. By being named to represent Florida in the Electoral College, he became the first openly gay man in Florida to cast an electoral vote.Despite being together for over a decade, their inability to cooperate caused them to question their relationship over the course of the season.
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Millie was once on the Tonight Show after Leno bumped into her and her roommate and asked them to "say stupid Baywatch lines in our shower--in bikinis--which we did," so she has a wild side somewhere deep down.
She enjoys volleyball, water skiing, rollerblading, snorkeling and swimming, and blows off steam by running, talking or fighting with Chuck, praying, and reading the Bible. Millie believes her man Chuck is "hotter than Brad Pitt. Chuck, 28, a self-employed Tennessean, has most recently worked as a valet, hauler, construction worker and personal trainer. Chuck likes traveling, but has only been to Mexico and Canada. He speaks no foreign languages.
Self-described as being "random, deliberate and kind. Chuck tries to remain calm under pressure or if upset, but admits to having a "unique pouting manner.
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Alternate Versions.The show features twelve teams, divided in pairs usually based on pre-existing relationships. These teams then race around the world. Season 4 premiered on May 29, and concluded on August 21, Then-married couple Reichen Lehmkuhl and Chip Arndt were the winners of the Race and were the first gay couple to win the competition. Filming for the show began on January 18, and finished on February 14, This was the last season where ties at the end were allowed at the mat and the subsequent distribution of additional first place prizes should there be a tie for first place.
In subsequent seasons, even if several teams arrived at the mat on the same time, a chronological order would be determined and the official check-in times for teams arriving simultaneously would be set a minute apart to avoid ties.
This was also the last season where the Fast Forward appeared in every leg. This season had a record of nine teams finishing first at some point, with a record of seven Fast Forwards claimed. This season's cast included a gay married couple, NFL wives, female models, clowns, and air traffic controllers. At the time the show was filmed and broadcast, same-sex marriage had not yet been made legal in the United States.
CBS decided for the purpose of the show to respect the fact that they recognized themselves as a "married" couple. Not long after the season ended, Reichen revealed that he and Chip had separated.
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They were held back until the fourth season due to the production team losing their paperwork. During the first few weeks of the RaceJaree suffered from sickness and a high temperature. It was suggested by doctors that she be pulled out from the Racebut she decided to continue. Her illness was not aired on the show. Inthis installment of the Race won the series its second consecutive primetime Emmy Award for "Outstanding Reality Competition Program". The following teams participated in the Raceeach listed along with their placements in each leg and relationships as identified by the program.
Note that this table is not necessarily reflective of all content broadcast on television, owing to the inclusion or exclusion of some data. Placements are listed in finishing order:. For the first Fast Forward, one team had to find a field in the nearby Passo Giauput on snowshoesand trek to the top of a snowy hill to win the Fast Forward award.The fourth season of the Race quite possibly could have been the show's final entry.
Suffering from eternally mediocre ratings, CBS moved the Race out of its prime time lineup and into a summer slot. However, the rest of the season was not quite as notable, mostly being a culmination of all the negative aspects of the series' early seasons.
The domination of Alpha Male teams, the bickering over what was "right" and what was not, and Detours that relied heavily on "fast, but scary" versus "slow, but safe" tasks all were at their worst in this season.
All this and the continued poor ratings forced the producers to make some serious changes to the format for future seasons. Quite possibly the most forgettable season of the Race, even fans who hold the early, more "adventurous" seasons above all others consider it one of the weaker seasons. Gay "married" team. Won not by being dominant, but being the most consistent team among a group of mistake prone racers.
After the Race they split up. Reichen would go on to date Lance Bass and appear on a number of minor gay themed Reality Shows, while Chip has become a notable figure in the gay rights movement. They were supposed to appear on the original All-Stars, when it was being planned for Season 8, but were not asked for Season Engaged couple from Texas and New Jersey respectively.
Very opinionated, they had an unexplained dislike for many of the other teams. They were invited back for All-Stars, but dropped out at the last minute. Best Friends and businessmen. After a slow start, the Alpha males gotten the most leg wins with four.
They have the worst finishing average ever for a team who won four legs. Friends and clowns, they quickly became fan favorites due to their good-natured antics, and were the only team who didn't seem interested in bickering over semantics about what was the right way to race. Ended up 4th when their flight was delayed two hours by fog. Dating virgins. They'd been together over a decade, but their inability to cooperate caused their relationship to deteriorate over the course of the season.
Finished 5th when they had trouble finding the leg 9 Roadblock. Models and friends. Tian was a strong racer who had to deal with Jaree's constant complaining. They ultimately finished 6th. Because they ended up getting eliminated in a leg in which Tian had to compete in a Roadblock that no woman had ever done before, it caused an uproar amongst the fans. It planted the suggestion that maybe the reason alpha male teams were so dominant was because the courses were being designed to favor them. Friends and wives of professional NFL players.
They ended up finishing in 7th in India after deciding to walk instead of taking a bus like all the other teams, and they got too far behind to catch up.
Sheree would later star as one of the leads on the short-lived VH1 reality "Atlanta Exes", on which Monica also appeared. Older, out of shape air traffic controllers. In the first leg, Dave injured his knee climbing a hill, but they managed to survive long enough to finish 8th thanks to a Fast-Forward and other teams's mistakes. Father and son team looking to find common ground after recently starting to get along. Friends, Cindy wanted to see if there was something more there, but Russell didn't.
This caused them to clash. They finished in 10th when they mistakenly got train tickets to Gmund instead of Gmunden, Austria. Dating couple from South Dakota. They tied for first on the first leg, but got eliminated on the very next when Chris fell apart at the mask Roadblock.