Survivor "Villain" Russell Hantz Wants to do Celebrity Apprentice, Vows to Not "Sit There Like a Little Brat"

You don't see many blindsides in the Celebrity Apprentice boardroom, but if anyone can figure out how to do it, it's Russell Hantz. Russell changed the game of Survivor with his extreme cutthroat playing on Survivor: Samoa (where he was robbed as he runner-up), Survivor: Heroes Vs. Villains (where he placed third) and — briefly — Survivor: Redemption Island (Boston Rob kicked his butt!). Russell now has a new show with his family on A&E called Flipped Off, but he's not...

Did 'Survivor' Castaway Russell Hantz Leak Spoilers?

Throughout his three seasons on 'Survivor,' outspoken castaway Russell Hantz has certainly outwitted and outplayed his fellow contestants, if not outlasted. But now that big mouth could get him in big trouble: 'Survivor' fan Jim Early is accusing Hantz of leaking results for seasons 19 and 20, reports Reality Blurred editor Andy Dehnhart in The Daily Beast. If Hantz really is guilty, he could be forced to pay up to $5 million for breaking the confidentiality agreement in his contract with CBS. According to The Daily Beast, 'Survivor' creator Mark Burnett's company DJB Inc. sued Early last year after he posted accurate spoilers on a 'Survivor' message board under the name missyae. The lawsuit was dismissed on Jan. 13 after Early revealed his source: Hantz. "I did tell them Russell Hantz was their leak," Early told the Daily Beast. "I gave him an email from Russell spoiling something," he added. "They were very happy to get that email, and I have many, many more."

Survivor's James Clement Gets Bucket List Wish with Young and the Restless Cameo

Two-time Survivor fan favorite winner James Clement, who didn't make it far on this year's Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains, is a big fan of The Young and the Restless. In the episode, airing Friday on CBS, the 32-year-old gravedigger will play a cop alongside series stars Greg Rikaart, Peter Bergman, Eric Braeden and Joshua Morrow. After watching the series for more than two decades (and even scheduling his college classes around the show), James says he's an even bigger fan after his cameo. "Just the fact that I was there makes me relate to it and love the show more," he says. "I had a great time. I can take that off my bucket list now." To Read More Click Here .

Survivor: Fiji Winner Earl Cole Weds

Earl Cole, who was crowned champ of 2007's Survivor: Fiji, married his longtime girlfriend, according to People. Cole, 39, and Shelley Lee, who met in 2006 before Cole participated in Survivor, wed on Saturday in a sunset beach ceremony in Hawaii. The couple will next appear on The Style Network's Whose Wedding Is It Anyway? this summer. Source Here

Survivor's Colby: I Couldn't Find My Rhythm

Even though Colby Donaldson holds the record for most individual immunity challenge wins, Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains' last Hero drew criticism from fans when he failed to live up to his reputation. The Australian Outback runner-up doesn't care about his uneven performance now that he's changed jobs from being a reality show contestant to a reality show host. "The food and lodging is much better on the other side of it," Donaldson says of his new History channel show Top Shot. "I'll take this any day over the other." Donaldson also spoke with us about why he tried to align with Russell Hantz and how he made it further than his fellow Heroes. To Read More Click Here .

'Survivor' villain Russell Hantz: 'Sandra's not even in the Top 20 of all time'

Russell Hantz once again made it to the Final 3 on "Survivor" and once again lost, despite playing arguably the most aggressive game of any contestant. He tells Zap2it about who he thought would vote for him, still being in touch with Natalie White from "Survivor: Samoa" and how he really feels about winner Sandra Diaz-Twine. Read the full story here

Survivor: Heroes vs. Villians': Runner-up Parvati on flirting, cuddling with Russell

Parvati Shallow may not have won this season of "Survivor," but she proved to many viewers -- and her own tribe mates -- that she was much tougher than everyone thought. After dominating a number of physical challenges, she showed she was a strategic player by making bold moves like playing two immunity idols. Her downfall? Aligning with Russell Hantz, the show's most infamous villain. On Monday, we talked to Parvati -- who was admittedly bummed -- about why she thought she deserved to win, how she read frenemy Amanda so well and how -- oh, how? -- she could cuddle with Russell. Full Interview here

Survivor Winner Sandra: Russell Doesn't Know How to Play the Game

To win Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains, Sandra Diaz-Twine had to last 39 days in the wild and beat 19 fierce competitors. But it turned out she didn't have to overcome any hesitance on the part of the jury to give the prize to a past winner. For the final two, jurors chose not only Diaz-Twine, a Pearl Islands winner, but also Parvati Shallow, who won Micronesia. One thing that helped them both: the unpopularity of third finalist Russell Hantz, who received exactly zero votes from his peers. Though she was listed as a Villain, Sandra scored points for a kind demeanor, as well as her flexibility. The day after becoming the first person to win Survivor twice, Diaz-Twine, 35, spoke with about why the Villains were able to outlast the Heroes, how Parvati's strongest alliance cost her the title, and why Russell will never win Survivor. To read the full interview Click here

Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains - The Final Three Tell All - TV Feature

One of the best seasons in Survivor history just wrapped up, with the finale of Heroes vs. Villains. In the end, it came down to Russell, Parvati and Sandra - but it was Pearl Islands champion Sandra who would come out of this All-Stars season victorious, and in the process, because the first two time winner in Survivor history. I interviewed all three of these notable contestants, who all had plenty to say about their time playing the game again. To Read More Click Here .

'Survivor' player James Clement stops by 'The Young and the Restless'

In the grand tradition of CBS reality show contestants doing the frivolous soap stint, the network announced that Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains contestant James Clement will make his daytime TV debut on The Young and the Restless June 4. Clement, who's apparently a longtime fan of the most-watched sudser, will play a police officer in scenes with Greg Rikaart (Kevin), Peter Bergman (Jack), Eric Braeden (Victor Newman) and Joshua Morrow (Nicholas). Last October, Big Brother 11 contestants Jordan Lloyd and Jeff Schroeder appeared in an episode of CBS' The Bold and the Beautiful before participating in The Amazing Race. Before that, Heroes vs. Villains' Colby Donaldson, BB 2 winner Will Kirby and BB 5's Marvin Latimer stopped by the Restless set, as well. Source Here