Reality TV Comes Together for Cancer Cause

April 04, 2016 - By: Sarah Hovis

 Have you ever thought that you could make it on
Survivor if it wasn’t for all those pesky snakes, bugs, and not being able to shower for weeks? Could you handle being cutoff from the outside world while locked in with 16 Houseguests like on
Big Brother? Chances are, most of us enjoy being armchair reality TV junkies rather than actually playing the game. For those looking for the best of both worlds there’s
Reality Rally. Billed as a ‘Fun for Funds’ charity event, this three-day adventure weekend in Southern California was created by
Survivor:
Gabon contestant,
Gillian Larson and is run entirely by dedicated volunteers. The inspiration for the event came after Larson read about
Michelle Watson, a young woman with breast cancer whose dying wish was to start a resource center where women could go for support and information. One hundred percent of the Reality Rally net proceeds benefit Temecula-based
Michelle's Place Breast Cancer Resource Center. Held every second weekend in April, attendees get a chance to hang out and compete alongside over 120 reality stars from more than 40 different reality shows (look
here to see if your favorite reality star is on the list).
Highlights of the weekend include a Lip Sync Showdown, Casino Fundraiser, and Festival, but the chance to live the reality TV dream comes during the three-hour
Amazing Race style competition that takes participants go all over Old Town Temecula. Each team completes multiple challenges that are designed so every age or capability can participate. The challenge choices are physical, mental or just, and crazy fun. The best part? You can head back to your hotel room for a shower and nap.   Tell us in the comments what reality show you would try out for. Photo via:
Temecula Grapevine