Behold, Variety’s 40 Most Powerful Women on Reality TV in 2023
21.11.2023 - 18:29
Vanderpump Rules.” We’ve seen women thriving as competitive beasts on “The Challenge,” and discovering their previously unknown strength on “Special Forces.” We’ve watched “Real Housewives” flourish, buy and cry, as contestants on “Love Is Blind” find relationships in the pods (some of them even last). It wasn’t easy, but, for the first time, we’ve gathered a list of the most powerful women on reality TV over the last year. These women have not only helped make unscripted television entertaining, but have also found a way to reach audiences in a fresh way — some of them even answered our nosy questions below.
Mel B is best known as Scary Spice thanks to her decades performing with the Spice Girls. But she’s also been on unscripted television for more than 15 years, appearing as a judge on “America’s Got Talent,” “The X Factor” in the U.K. and “The Masked Singer Australia.” This year, she competed on Fox’s “Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test,” and judged Paramount+’s “Queen of the Universe.” And while she’s not on dating shows, she likes to watch them.
“I can’t get enough of ‘Married at First Sight,’” says Mel B. “I’ve watched every version there is. I find it totally fascinating!” For the last 13 years, Brown has starred on TLC’s smash hit “Sister Wives.” Despite being one of four wives of Kody Brown, she was able to break out and create a new life for herself — so much so that she’s stayed close with the other members of the family after choosing to split from Kody.
This year, she even married someone new. She also seemingly gave the other wives the strength to know that they, too, could leave the polygamous family — which both Janelle Brown and Meri Brown did. Now, Christine focuses on watching more relaxing shows
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