BY THE EARLY 2000S, AUSTRALIAN REALITY SHOWS BECAME COMMONPLACE ON THE SMALL SCREEN. FROM AUSSIE ORIGINALS TO LOCALISED VERSIONS OF INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS, THESE SHOWS WERE ACCOMPANIED BY SOME DEFINING MOMENTS, BOTH SERIOUS AND HILARIOUS, THAT FOREVER CHANGED THE DYNAMICS OF AUSTRALIAN TELEVISION.
From bad rapping skills to science experiments gone bad, these are some of the silliest moments on Australian reality TV.
HERE'S OUR LIST OF THE CLUMSY MOMENTS LIVE TV SHOULD SHOOT AGAIN IF THEY HAD THE CHANCE.
There are moments in live television when something seems like a good idea at the time, but in hindsight could have been handled a little better if given half the chance.
THE 51ST LOGIES WON'T BE WITH US UNTIL MAY, BUT ALREADY THE RUMOUR MILL IS MOVING INTO OVERDRIVE.
One newspaper report this week tips Gretel Killeen could be named as host.
IF YOU WANT TO MAKE IT PAST THE CASTING DIRECTORS AND ONTO A REALITY TELEVISION SHOW, THE KEY IS TO "BE YOURSELF".
Kirsty DeVallance is arguably Australia's number one casting director for reality and "fly on the wall" TV. Her company A Cast of Thousands has put together contestants for The Biggest Loser, Project Runway Australia, The Mole, The One and TEN's upcoming Masterchef Australia.