• The Bachelor: Radar Online identified The Bachelor: On the Wings of Love contestant Rozlyn Papa as the scandalous bachelorette Chris Harrison told us about earlier this week, but now Papa's longtime agent says that while her client is the woman referred to in The Bachelor ads hyping a female contestant getting entangled in an "inappropriate relationship" with a crew member, Papa did not have a sexual relationship with anyone working behind the scenes on the show.
"No. It's not accurate," says Stacie Vanchieri of Wilhelmina Models. "I represent Rozlyn. I have for the past eight years. There was not a sexual relationship with a crew member." But Vanchieri says her client is taking her newfound notoriety in stride. "She's calm about it. There's not a lot more she can say at this point because of contracts and agreements, but she's doing fine."
Plus, find out why Survivor boss Mark Burnett is disavowing one of his own shows:
• Our Little Genius: Mark Burnett and CBS have issued a joint press release about the indefinite postponement of Our Little Genius, their new reality show about smart-aleck tykes, saying, "I recently discovered that there was an issue with how some information was relayed to contestants during the preproduction of Our Little Genius. As a result, I am not comfortable delivering the episodes without reshooting them. I believe my series must always be beyond reproach, so I have requested that Fox not air these episodes." It'd be a full-blown scandal if anyone had ever heard of this show...
• CBS We've updated our winter premiere dates calendar with new info from CBS, including a return date for sitcom Rules of Engagement (Mar. 1) and a launch date for new drama Miami Medical (April 2).
• United States of Tara: The poncho goblin is out, and the Janis Joplin-y hippie therapist is in? Showtime's latest promo for United States of Tara seems to preview the identity of Tara's new season-two alter.
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