Reality TV gets a fresh coat of drama when it focuses on celebrities, especially celebrities at their worst. Such was the case when actor Jeff Conaway, who stared opposite John Travolta in "Grease," appeared on VH-1's "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew" as a patient. But it was his real-life girlfriend Lizzi who shocked many with her crazy behavior. Not only did she fail to see why it wasn't a good idea to keep her PMS-alleviating prescription pills in the house until Dr. Drew gave her a stern talking-to, but she tried to sneak booze into the center in a soft-drink bottle. Not surprisingly, Conway left rehab and the show unwilling to give up the prescription drugs he took for his back problems.
Gordon Ramsey from "Hell's Kitchen"
If famous British chef Gordon Ramsey is known for one thing besides his food, it's probably his dirty mouth. What goes on in "Hell's Kitchen" is something you're more likely to find in the wrestling ring than the kitchen. Like a drill sergeant, Ramsey whip his chefs into shape with insults and curses. If the food is unsatisfactory, Ramsey has been known to throw it in the garbage or on the floor, slide it across the counter until it breaks into a million pieces or, worse, dump it on the cook. He has called his chefs every name in the book, including, "dumb blonde" and "f-ing donkey." He got one contestant so angry that she reached to slap him, but he held her hand back. Ramsey has certainly kept the steam in the kitchen and even set it on fire with his temper tantrums.
New York from "Flavor of Love" (Seasons 1 and 2) and "I Love New York" (Seasons 1 and 2)
America couldn't get enough of New York -- not the city, but Tiffany Pollard, the standout villain from "Flavor of Love" and the star of her own reality show, "I Love New York." Pollard was always willing to go to blows with her co-stars vying for love from famous rap musician Flava Flav. There were plenty of near fist fights with her rival Pumpkin, and whenever Pollard didn't like something, her signature butt mooning. In her own series, she butted heads with her equally outrageous mother Sister Patterson and suffered public rejection when her fiancee Tango broke off their engagement during the reunion show. She let audiences know she was fine with the breakup though, since, she claimed, Tango had a small penis.
Brad Womack from "The Bachelor"
They say you can't judge a book by its cover, but sometimes you can. Such is the case with Brad Womack, the most recent bachelor from the ABC reality TV series "The Bachelor." Womack was portrayed as the guy missing a sensitivity chip in his brain. After most seasons, the show at least ended with couples being formed. Some dated and even a few got engaged and married. Womack shook things up and made "Bachelor" history. He decided that his final rose would go to neither of the two ladies who made it to the end, leaving not only his two finalists, DeAnna Pappas and Jenni Croft, shocked, but the TV audience as well.
Jade Cole from "America's Next Top Model"