But did they make it through to 2017 or end up as a celebrity split? News' insider: "Kendall is seeing a few people, and she's not exclusive with anyone at the moment.The same question could be asked to multiple bachelors.The questions were written in advance by the producers.Though now a legend for her job on the classic show "Wheel of Fortune," a young Vanna White tried her hand on the other side of the game show world when she appeared as a contestant on "The Price Is Right." As one of the first four to "come on down," Vanna sadly couldn't make it on stage — but she still left an impression on Bob Barker, who was sure to comment on her custom made t-shirt.The "Breaking Bad" star made a super high-energy appearance on the legendary game show (he reportedly downed six cans of Red Bull beforehand) back in 2000.For this revival's first season, two formats were used.The basic format for this show, used throughout the first year, was for the bachelor/bachelorette to pick from two facts about the three potential dates.
Barris created "The Gong Show" and also produced "The Newlywed Game" and "The Dating Game." In his autobiography, , Barris claimed to have been a CIA assassin during the 1960s and '70s, a claim the CIA has denied.He demonstrated this on the talent competition "The Gong Show." Plucking his banjo to the knee slapping hit "Foggy Mountain Breakdown," Martin proved he was the baddest banjo player in dem parts — plus he had an arrow through his head during it. Though eventually he'd be laying down some smooth vocals and perfectly choreographed dance moves as a member of The Backstreet Boys, A. The dreamy country musician has been stealing hearts since he was only 7-years-old, when he was a contestant on Nickelodeon's "Figure It Out." Boasting the special hidden talent of being a Cajun singer and accordionist, Hayes didn't completely stump the panel — but still went home with a trampoline and Toys R Us gift card.Plus, he put on the CUTEST performance ever with his accordion.With only one film credit under his belt, strongman Arnold Schwarzenegger appeared on "The Dating Game," the show that would go on to feature MANY pre-famous stars.To try and impress his potential dating partners (even though he was picking the winner), he made sure to read out his current body measurements.Although he later admitted that he looked like he was on crack, Paul bounced through contestant's row at the time, playing the dice game and making it to the final showcase showdown, where he and his other competitor both overbid.