Janice Dickinson, Kate Gosselin, Bering Sea, Coach Wade, Joan Rivers

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Let's face it, we love watching real people behave badly on TV, especially when those real people are celebrities. Love them or hate them, the villains of reality shows are what make viewers tune in week after week. We hate to reward bad behavior, but we simply couldn't resist. Here are your picks for Best Reality-Show Villain:

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The Bering Sea, Deadliest Catch: Clever, WWK readers, very clever. We thought we were the only ones obsessed with this show about one of the most dangerous jobs in the world.
Janice Dickinson, I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! Clearly, the most hated contestant other than that couple who shall not be named, Janice stole food, peed in camp and more.
Kate Gosselin, Jon & Kate Plus 8: Though seemingly oblivious to her bad behavior, this mom first, wife second has outraged viewers for her constant emasculation of her mild-mannered husband.
Joan Rivers, Celebrity Apprentice: The only thing worse than Joan comparing rival Annie Duke to Hitler is the fact that Donald Trump let it slide just because Joan's an old friend. Not cool.

Ben "Coach" Wade, Survivor: Tocantins: Known for telling a slew of unbelievable tales, such as being captured by Amazonian tribesmen who almost ate him and for telling the soccer team he coached that he had to leave for cancer tests when in fact he left to be on the show.

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