Note to CT: My email address is: Info@TheDishmaster.com.
Dear Chris “CT” Tamburello — The Dishmaster Wants to Interview You
If you know me personally, then you know that when I want something — I won’t stop until I get it. That’s either because I’m ambitious, or because I’m spoiled. When I request interviews for The Dishmaster, those interviews are based solely on my personal preference. And that preference is dictated by one of two things: 1) I’ve been a long-time fan of your work or 2) I think you’re super hot, and I want to pick your brain to determine if our babies will be intelligent. In the case of Chris “CT” Tamburello, it’s a bit of both. I loved him on The Real World, and I loved his story on The Real World/Road Rules challenges. He fell in love with Diem Brown on the show while she was recovering from cancer, and he later got himself in trouble during a fight with Adam King, which was later explained when CT revealed he was mourning the loss of his brother’s passing shortly before the show began. He returned to MTV years later, and he redeemed himself while partnered with Adam King, which included many apologies and a clear desire to turn their on-air partnership and former rivalry into a post-show friendship. So why the CT biography, and where am I going with this? I want to interview the guy, and I can’t seem to find him. I’ve reached out in every way possible, and I’m hitting roadblocks. I have a million inside lines, and a slew of resources with talent representatives, and I still haven’t had any luck. In fact, I haven’t hit this many dead ends since I requested an interview with Colin Hay (yes, I’m being serious). So CT — if you’re reading this — I want you (pun intended) — and I won’t stop until I get you.
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I’m still warm inside from last night’s episode on Battle of the Exes and I hope and pray you get your wish. Then my wish will be granted…which is to read more about CT. Take lots of pics!
Thank you for your support. Think good, hot CT-related thoughts on my behalf, and send that article to everyone you know, in hopes of increasing my chances with even more CT-related thoughts.