Jessica Rowe exposes RIGGED Aussie reality show and claims winner was decided before filming


Jessica Rowe exposes RIGGED Aussie reality show and claims a celebrity had it written in their contract that they would win before filming began

Jessica Rowe has revealed how an Australian reality show had decided on a winner before filming began.

The 52-year-old told listeners on her The Jess Rowe Big Talk Show podcast, how a celebrity knew they were going to win the undisclosed show because it had been written in their contract.

‘I was talking to a celebrity recently that had been on a reality TV show and even though they knew things would be set up… the winner was decided even before the show began,’ she said.

Jessica Rowe exposed a RIGGED Aussie reality show and claimed a celebrity had it written in their contract that they would win before filming began

‘It actually turned out it was in a particular person’s contract that they would win and that was the only way this particular person would take part.’

It comes after one of Australia’s most successful reality TV editors previously revealed the truth about ‘manipulative’ editing techniques.

Jamie Wiggins, who has worked on shows including Holey Moley and The Amazing Race, told the TV Reload podcast that editing is not to blame for negative portrayals.

'I was talking to a celebrity recently that had been on a reality TV show and even though they knew things would be set up... the winner was decided even before the show began,' she said

‘I was talking to a celebrity recently that had been on a reality TV show and even though they knew things would be set up… the winner was decided even before the show began,’ she said

‘I’ve worked on shows where I’ve had to portray someone as a villain but it’s never going to happen that we portray someone as a villain that’s a very lovely person.,’ he said.

‘You can’t make the most beautiful, kind person a villain.’

‘When ex-reality stars say they got a bad edit, we are never misconstruing anything they say. It’s more adding music, looks and sound effects,’ Wiggins explained.

It comes after one of Australia's most successful reality TV editors previously revealed the truth about 'manipulative' editing techniques. Pictured: Beck Zemek

It comes after one of Australia’s most successful reality TV editors previously revealed the truth about ‘manipulative’ editing techniques. Pictured: Beck Zemek

‘Usually on day one we are told this character is the villain. From my understanding, these people [the contestants] are quite keen on the idea,’ he added.

Wiggins also claimed he never changes anything a person has said but just ‘cleans it up’.

‘I’ve never made up something that somebody said. I’ve cleaned up what somebody said but not misportrayed what they said,’ he explained.

Jamie Wiggins, who has worked on shows including Holey Moley and The Amazing Race, told the TV Reload podcast that editing is not to blame for negative portrayals. Pictured: Elizabeth Sobinoff

Jamie Wiggins, who has worked on shows including Holey Moley and The Amazing Race, told the TV Reload podcast that editing is not to blame for negative portrayals. Pictured: Elizabeth Sobinoff

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