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By JUDY BERGERON
“We survived the drama.”
It sounds like a T-shirt slogan, but it’s also how Shannon Knapps summed up her and her daughter McKenzie’s eight weeks of competing on the VH1 reality competition series “I Know My Kid’s a Star.”
In the end, the Knappses, of Central, walked away winners, bringing home $50,000 and a one-year contract with talent agent Marki Costello.
This past weeks episode featured Danny in a judge capacity on the new reality show Groomer Has It on Discovery Channels Animal Planet. Check out the new show and catch previous episode's (including Danny's guest appearance) by Clicking Here
By April MacIntyre May 3, 2008, 15:59 GMT
At the NBCU summer press preview yesterday, my day began breaking eggs and bacon with the cast of NBC's "American Gladiator." The show features hosts Laila Ali and all America institution, Hulk Hogan.
Their second season returns Monday, May 12, at 8 PM on NBC. The show sports a larger new home and two returning champs (Evan and Monica) reborn as Gladiators.
By ROCHELL THOMAS
If you’re the parent of a budding child star, who do you call to learn how not to screw up your kid? Someone whose parents pulled a doozy on him. Enter Danny Bonaduce, host of I Know My Kid's a Star (Thursdays at 10 pm/ET), VH1’s new reality competition featuring 10 parent-child pairs fighting for $50,000, a management contract and their ticket to stardom. We caught up with Bonaduce for the inside scoop.
Ten child/parent teams from all across the country compete to win a chance to meet casting agents, Hollywood insiders, receive national television exposure, and $50,000 in prize money. Our host is Danny Bonaduce, a former child actor who has seen both of the positive and negative effects for being a child star. In each episode, the children compete against each other in a series of challenges designed to give them a chance to showcase the talents that are required for success as a child performer in Hollywood.