"On The Red Carpet's" Rachel Smith and Chris Balish interviewed reality stars from all walks of TV life.
Former "Dancing With The Stars" contestant, Audrina Patridge, stopped by Sunday to talk about her new reality show which premieres April 17 on VH1.
"Now, it's about me and my life," said Patridge. "Me being mature and taking my fans on the journey with me after 'The Hills.' It's more about my family life and also behind the scenes; the paparazzi, my endorsements, everything that everybody wants to know. I can't say no to anything."
Mark Cuban and Daymond John dish about season two of "Shark Tank." Cuban also opened up about working with Charlie Sheen. The billionaire is working with the former "Two and a Half Men" star to possibly develop a reality series or talk show for the cable network HDNet.
"Charlie is an interesting guy. He's a lot smarter than people give him credit for and now he's on the 'Torpedo Tour,'" Cuban said. "We've got cameras following him and whether or not it turns into a show yet, I don't know. We'll see. At least we'll have the opportunity."
Ali Fedotowsky and Roberto Martinez of "The Bachelorette" talked about wedding plans Saturday.
"Some time in this lifetime," said Fedotowsky. The couple recently relocated to San Diego after Martinez began a business in the city.
ABC'S "Dancing With The Stars," "The Bachelor," "Shark Tank," "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" and "Wipeout" were among the reality shows represented at the weekend-long expo.