Notably Harsh Reality TV Show Judges

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Craig Revel Horwood

The hit BBC television show “Strictly Come Dancing” is a part of UK pop culture the way “American Idol” is to America. Many parallels can be drawn between Simon Cowell’s, and Craig Revel Horwood’s style of judging. This has created a lot of buzz and publicity for Craig Revel Horwood on Twitter, who is so much more than just a judge on the show. His level of expertise and impressive history of experience is what allows him to get away with his “forward” style of judging. Follow Craig Revel Horwood on Twitter.

Gordon Ramsey

The show “Hell’s Kitchen” is named rightfully so not only because of the grueling nature of the cooking challenges, but also because of Gordon Ramsey. Ramsey is known for his temper and harsh comments to contestants, questionable behavior in the kitchen, and even disrespectful words and actions. All of this can be witnessed through his 13 seasons of being top shed on the hit Fox series “Hell’s Kitchen”.

Simon Cowell

Simon is essentially the inventor of reality TV harshness as a judge on American Idol. We all know Simon for his insensitive comments, snarky remarks, and critical approach while judging on the show. His career has been made by being a notable talent judge, and there is no questioning that fact that his style, or the harsh style in general is good for ratings. People love the entertainment and the shock value received from watching characters like Simon and the others mentioned above.

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