Fans have been watching celebrities stepping out of their comfort zone on various competition shows for decades now. On "Stars in Danger: The High Dive," they had to tackle a difficult sport in very tight clothing. The special brought together eight celebrities, including the Richards sisters from "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."
Kim and Kyle tackled the easiest dives, as their biggest challenge was facing Kyle's fear of heights. But for the women, the experience was more about tightening their bond as sisters. It's a good thing, too, as they didn't do very well in the competition at all.
In fact, one of the strongest competitors wasn't supposed to compete at all. When Jennifer "JWoww" Farley was declared medically unable to dive after suffering a back injury, her alternate, Alexandra Paul from "Baywatch" stepped in. Paul wound up coming second in both the single and doubles portions of the show -- in the latter, she was partnered with fellow "Baywatch" alum, David Chokachi.
Dancer Stephen "tWitch" Boss partnered with one-armed surfer Bethany Hamilton and took the synchronized trophy, while Antonio Sabato Jr. nabbed the solo prize. Terrell Owens tackled a hugely impressive dive, but came up short.
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