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Re: TAR 21: Natalie and Nadiya Anderson "Twin Sisters"
« Reply #200 on: December 11, 2012, 09:53:17 PM »
Just read the twins interview and love them for being real, but honestly they really need to learn to know how to tone down. I know they don't give a damn, but I think it's always good to have a balance of everything...


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Re: TAR 21: Natalie and Nadiya Anderson "Twin Sisters"
« Reply #201 on: December 11, 2012, 10:19:07 PM »
http://www.realitytvworld.com/news/exclusive-natalie-and-nadiya-anderson-talk-about-the-amazing-race-%28part-1%29-14176.php

Exclusive: Natalie and Nadiya Anderson talk about 'The Amazing Race' (Part 1)
By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 12/11/2012

Natalie Anderson and Nadiya Anderson finished The Amazing Race's 21st season in fourth place during Sunday night's two-hour finale broadcast of the CBS reality competition.

The "Twin Sisters" had been eliminated from the Race just shy of making it to the Final 3 due to arriving at the eleventh leg's Pit Stop in Loire Valley, France, in last place.

"Goat Farmers and Life Partners" Josh Kilmer-Purcell and Brent Ridge were crowned the champions when they were the first team to cross the final finish line in New York, NY, ultimately claiming the $1 million grand prize. "Chippendales Dancers and Best Friends" Jaymes Vaughan and James Davis finished second, while "Dating Couple" Trey Wier and Alexis "Lexi" Beerman came in third place.

In an exclusive interview on Monday, Natalie and Nadiya talked to Reality TV World about their The Amazing Race experience.
 
Below is the first half of Natalie and Nadiya's interview. Check back with Reality TV World soon for the concluding portion. Also, to read the first half of our interview with Josh and Brent, click here. To begin reading Trey and Lexi's interview, click here. For more interviews with the Final 4 teams, check back with us throughout the week.

Reality TV World: How far behind Josh and Brent do you think you finally arrived at the Pit Stop where you got eliminated?

Natalie Anderson: You know what? We have no idea. We didn't even ask them, because we were with them yesterday. For us, it didn't even really matter whether we lost by a few minutes or a second or hours. It didn't matter to us. We came in fourth. Me and Nadiya are the kind of people who don't analyze and think, "Oh my God, how much was it?" For us, we lost, and that's all we care about. (Laughs)

Reality TV World: How confident were you leaving that mushroom Roadblock task that you were going to survive and be one of the Final 3 teams? I'm sure you didn't think you'd get lost on the way to the Pit Stop.

Nadiya Anderson: Yeah, we were extremely confident. I mean, me and Natty were really navigating well through France all by ourselves with no help from anybody else. All the other teams actually had each other while they were navigating through the country.

Once we got separated, we were on our own. And we had actually navigated so well that we got through that first Roadblock in second and then we got to the mushrooms before the Beekman Boys [Josh and Brent], even though we left there second.

And we felt really confident leaving. The only problem is, we can't anticipate wrong directions. So, we actually got to the place and the lady told us really well. Unfortunately, it was the wrong place we were going to. So, you know, it was just a bad choice for listening to somebody. Would've, could've, should've -- it doesn't matter. At the end of the day, we went the wrong way.

Reality TV World: Natalie, I know you mentioned you girls didn't pay close attention to how long things took you. But do you have any idea how long it took you to finish that mushroom Roadblock task? And also, what was the most complicated thing about the task?

Natalie Anderson: The most complicated thing was -- well, me and Nadi first of all, we ran into this stupid kid who was giving us directions. We honestly were in the cave for about 10 minutes, just running around looking for our clue, because we just ran in like crazy people. And then we had to run back out and actually do the task the way I was instructed to get it done.

Altogether, I think it took at least 45 minutes at the mushrooms, with the messing up and the errors and then the coming back out. The cave was enormous, so confusing.

I don't know what other people did to find the mushrooms, but at the end, the only reason I found the blue mushrooms is there was like a little painted spot at the top of the cave, because the blue mushrooms were the hardest to find. So yeah, it probably took 45 minutes altogether.

Reality TV World: How much studying had you two done throughout the Race, and based upon what you saw during last night's finale, if you had made it to the final leg and had to do the flag Roadblock task, which one of you do you think would've done it the best and why?

Nadiya Anderson: Yeah, if we had made it, finding out that the finale was in New York was such a hard pill to swallow, because we're from here, we've lived here, we were born in New York. It was kind of a really hard pill to swallow. And then finding out what the challenge is, Natalie definitely would have done the height challenge, because I'm kind of the punk when it comes to heights.

I'm kind of not the daredevil. And I definitely would've done the language challenge. I think we would've had a real advantage on that because we know the difference between Indonesian and Bengali. We know how it looks on paper.

Even if we didn't know the actual words, we could've figured out the difference between Bengali and Indonesian because we're from that part of the world as well. And that was really hard to see the other teams struggle so much. It only made us realize that, you know, we would've done extremely well in that one challenge.

Reality TV World: You guys finished third or fourth in the majority of legs this season, and you had even won two legs -- which is pretty impressive. Knowing how well you two had done, did it frustrate or surprise you that the winning team had never won a prior leg of the Race? Some viewers are arguing that Josh and Brent really didn't deserve to win because they just kept getting lucky, so what are your thoughts on all that? 

Natalie Anderson: Well you know, I definitely feel luck plays a huge part in the Race. If luck is on your side, it can make or break you. In the past, [LaKisha "Kisha" Hoffman and Jennifer "Jen" Hoffman] of all-stars, they didn't win a single leg. I don't know if their track record was as bad as the Beekmans', but they won the whole thing.

It's like people who argue that they don't deserve to win are completely -- I don't even know what to tell them. It's like, "Get away from your computer and pick on somebody else," because the Beekmans, they deserved to win. When me and Nadi started, we were always at the top of the starting [points].

And when it mattered, we dropped the ball. The Beekmans did the opposite. And they, I feel, they took -- in our eyes, they took our spot away in the finals. It's not like they sucked in the finals. They kicked ass in the finals and they won, so I don't understand why people would even say that. It's just beyond me.

Reality TV World: Disregarding the fact Josh and Brent won the Race, it seemed pretty clear throughout the Race they weren't really seen as a threat. So could you explain why you didn't want to align with them instead of two strong teams? It seemed like the better strategic move would've been to keep them around at the time, no?

Nadiya Anderson: I mean, one of the reasons that we didn't get close to Brent and Josh is because we never were racing with them. We were always ahead of the pack, and they were always behind. So we never got to interact with them in challenges. We never got to interact with them at Detours. We were constantly with Trey and Lexi, Jaymes and James, and [Abbie Ginsberg and Ryan Danz].

Abbie and Ryan, we rubbed each other the wrong way. And Lexi and Trey and Jaymes and James, we got along. The Beekmans were definitely a non-factor for us, as we put it, during the Race. And it came back to bite us in the end -- two times. They did an amazing job coming up and taking it all in the end.

Like Natalie said, it was a comforting factor in a way to know that even though they took our spot in the finals, them winning it all made it just a little bit easier for us to be happy for them, because they really took it into over-drive and proved themselves when they took the whole thing.

Natalie Anderson: Also, it was a strategic move for us to keep the Beekmans with us. We felt like if the Beekmans were in the final -- if there were the Final 4 teams and then it came down to the Final 3 -- like Nadi said, when we saw Josh and Brent in Barcelona, we were so excited because it wasn't the crazy, competitive, outgoing, crazy, psycho team of Abbie and Ryan.

Because they, for us, were the No. 1 competition. So when we had them, we were like, "Cake walk! The Beekmans! They'll be at the end as usual!" And you know, whatever, that obviously didn't go as planned. (Laughs)

Above is the first half of Natalie and Nadiya's interview. Check back with Reality TV World soon for the concluding portion. Also, to read the first half of our interview with Josh and Brent, click here. To begin reading Trey and Lexi's interview, click here. For more interviews with the Final 4 teams, check back with us throughout the week. 

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Re: TAR 21: Natalie and Nadiya Anderson "Twin Sisters"
« Reply #202 on: December 11, 2012, 10:33:11 PM »
http://www.northjersey.com/arts_entertainment/television/182931291_Edgewater_twins_have_no_regrets_about__Amazing_Race__loss_lessons_learned_in__Race_.html

Edgewater twins have no regrets about 'Amazing Race' loss
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
BY  VIRGINIA ROHAN

Twins Nadiya and Natalie Anderson did not win "The Amazing Race" the gay partners known as the Beekman Boys did but the 26-year-old sisters, who live together in Edgewater, did make it to the final four in Sunday night's finale. And they learned some life lessons.

"My favorite part of doing the show was definitely learning about me and Natalie and seeing that if we put our minds together and we focus sometimes, we can really get the job done," Nadiya said Monday afternoon. "Part of that was learning our weaknesses and where we need to sometimes focus a little bit more instead of playing around a lot. That's where me and Natalie always struggle."

Said Natalie, "My favorite part was probably just the competition aspect and being in different countries."

In Sunday's two-hour finale, the Andersons and the Beekman Boys New York goat farm owners, longtime partners and former "The Fabulous Beekman Boys" stars Josh and Brent were vying to be the third team to arrive at the mat. During the race, which covered more than 25,000 miles across three continents, the Beekman Boys were often behind almost everybody else.

And so the twins, who were born in New York City and grew up in Sri Lanka, were "completely surprised" by the win, Nadiya says, adding, "We really overlooked their potential from the start."

And what about the seeming animosity during one of their final face-offs, in which both teams were trying to prepare a huge amount of dog food for a group of French hunting dogs?

"It's all in good fun," Nadiya says. "Everything we said to them was always to their face. And while we were cutting the meat and calling them 'evil gays,' they were laughing along with us."

The twins and the Beekmans actually watched the finale together in New York City. "We hugged it out at the end, and I said, 'Congratulations. We love you guys. You are amazing,' " says Natalie.

"Me and Nadiya, we take ownership for everything that we messed up during the race. And we do come off really, really cutthroat and really frank and all the teams knew that about us from the start, so I have no enemies on the race," said Natalie. "Maybe the rocker, he's still a bit touchy on the money subject "

The "rockers" were North Jersey native Mark "Abba" Abbattista, an entertainment lawyer who grew up in North Arlington, and his friend James LoMenzo, a California-based musician. In Istanbul, Nadiya and Natalie took money that the rockers had inadvertently left lying around.
When the episode was about to air, the twins sent them an email heads-up about how their money had vanished, saying they hoped there were no hard feelings.

"And we never heard back from them," Natalie says. "But we made peace with it and we have no regrets in playing the game. We didn't sign up to be the nicest team on 'The Amazing Race.' We're competitive and I'm sorry, if that means we come off like that it is what it is."

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Re: TAR 21: Natalie and Nadiya Anderson "Twin Sisters"
« Reply #203 on: December 12, 2012, 05:44:39 PM »
Like them or not, they were the stars of the season, and they will defs be back for sure on a future race.
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Re: TAR 21: Natalie and Nadiya Anderson "Twin Sisters"
« Reply #204 on: December 12, 2012, 05:56:06 PM »
Just read the twins interview and love them for being real, but honestly they really need to learn to know how to tone down. I know they don't give a damn, but I think it's always good to have a balance of everything...

They were hungover when doing the interview   :cmaslol
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Re: TAR 21: Natalie and Nadiya Anderson "Twin Sisters"
« Reply #205 on: December 12, 2012, 11:46:05 PM »
That I would have to disagree with Kandace... the real stars were both Chips and Twinnies. Chips getting the good end, Twinnies getting the bad end... so both will be legitimate choices for Allstars.

I don't like the Twinnies, but for show purposes I want to see them back!! (It's like hoping to see Rob and Amber back again and LOSE!)  :cmas27 :cmaslol

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Re: TAR 21: Natalie and Nadiya Anderson "Twin Sisters"
« Reply #206 on: December 13, 2012, 08:00:51 PM »
I would say the stars of the season were Natalie, Nadiya and Jaymes.

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Re: TAR 21: Natalie and Nadiya Anderson "Twin Sisters"
« Reply #207 on: December 16, 2012, 09:23:08 AM »
OH MY GOD THESE SISTERS ARE SO REAL!

I know they're basically just like another FF Team, but they're definetely a new color in TAR.
Someday in the future, you're probably gonna see another team and be like "Oh they're like Natalie&Nadiya in season 21"

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and I bet they'll lose again LOL  :cmas50
But they absolutely make good TV!!!  :cmas16


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« Reply #208 on: December 16, 2012, 09:31:23 AM »
I would say the stars of the season were Natalie, Nadiya and Jaymes.

Oh don't forget Ryan. He's the "ULTIMATE" star...
Did you see him backflipping in the finale when Josh&Brent finished?  :cmas3
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Re: TAR 21: Natalie and Nadiya Anderson "Twin Sisters"
« Reply #209 on: December 16, 2012, 02:42:18 PM »
I would say the stars of the season were Natalie, Nadiya and Jaymes.

Oh don't forget Ryan. He's the "ULTIMATE" star...
Did you see him backflipping in the finale when Josh&Brent finished?  :cmas3
He was happy for them because he knew they were underdogs against an alliance of 3 teams, and they had gotten really close after legs 7-9. No need to hate on someone because they're happy. :res:


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Re: TAR 21: Natalie and Nadiya Anderson "Twin Sisters"
« Reply #210 on: December 16, 2012, 08:49:46 PM »
I would say the stars of the season were Natalie, Nadiya and Jaymes.

Oh don't forget Ryan. He's the "ULTIMATE" star...
Did you see him backflipping in the finale when Josh&Brent finished?  :cmas3
He was happy for them because he knew they were underdogs against an alliance of 3 teams, and they had gotten really close after legs 7-9. No need to hate on someone because they're happy. :res:

I do understand that.
But when Jaymes&James and Trey&Lexi finished, and Ryan just stood there like he didn't even care, that's just blew my mind. I love the fact that he's extremely competitive, but I am sorry that he's not gonna be likeable with that attitude. There's a difference between being competitive and just being rude.  Even Abbie showed some appreciation, for crying out loud.
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Re: TAR 21: Natalie and Nadiya Anderson "Twin Sisters"
« Reply #211 on: December 20, 2012, 03:31:50 PM »
i hated these two so much and then i absolutely lit up when they were making gay references and gay stereotypes and saying "we can't get beat by the stupid gays" that was just downright awful and i love how they were eliminated in the end
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Re: TAR 21: Natalie and Nadiya Anderson "Twin Sisters"
« Reply #212 on: December 20, 2012, 03:53:52 PM »
i hated these two so much and then i absolutely lit up when they were making gay references and gay stereotypes and saying "we can't get beat by the stupid gays" that was just downright awful and i love how they were eliminated in the end

I think they didn't mean it that way. They used gays to refer to the team not in a deragatory way. They are now friends and the Beekmans said in an interview they weren;t offended atr all.
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Re: TAR 21: Natalie and Nadiya Anderson "Twin Sisters"
« Reply #213 on: December 20, 2012, 04:07:04 PM »
i love these two so much and it made it better when they pwnt the gay guys at the roadblock and it was tragic when they got eliminated for going back to do it again and it was obviously edited out for a reason hmmmmmmmmmm
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Re: TAR 21: Natalie and Nadiya Anderson "Twin Sisters"
« Reply #214 on: December 20, 2012, 04:29:12 PM »
i love these two so much and it made it better when they pwnt the gay guys at the roadblock and it was tragic when they got eliminated for going back to do it again and it was obviously edited out for a reason hmmmmmmmmmm

What? Went back and did it again? Can you explain, I have no idea what you are saying?

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Re: TAR 21: Natalie and Nadiya Anderson "Twin Sisters"
« Reply #215 on: December 20, 2012, 04:32:52 PM »
Apparently Twinnies got 3rd but got sent back to do the RB since it was wrong and GGF checked in.
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Re: TAR 21: Natalie and Nadiya Anderson "Twin Sisters"
« Reply #216 on: December 20, 2012, 04:36:10 PM »
Where did you hear this? That just doesn't sound believable no offense.

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Re: TAR 21: Natalie and Nadiya Anderson "Twin Sisters"
« Reply #217 on: December 20, 2012, 06:53:16 PM »
If the Twinnies got 3rd, but had to go back to do the RB, how come they drove to the wrong town for the pit stop, after finishing the RB. Looks to me that they would have known how to find the PitStop pretty quickly if they had already been there once.

Kandace, your hypothesis just doesn't make sense.
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« Reply #218 on: December 20, 2012, 07:02:55 PM »
If the Twinnies got 3rd, but had to go back to do the RB, how come they drove to the wrong town for the pit stop, after finishing the RB. Looks to me that they would have known how to find the PitStop pretty quickly if they had already been there once.

Kandace, your hypothesis just doesn't make sense.

What apprently happened was the twins finished and before they could leave were instructed to go back for some reason. Also that time difference could have made then come in third even if they lost.
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« Reply #219 on: December 20, 2012, 07:11:33 PM »
If the Twinnies got 3rd, but had to go back to do the RB, how come they drove to the wrong town for the pit stop, after finishing the RB. Looks to me that they would have known how to find the PitStop pretty quickly if they had already been there once.

Kandace, your hypothesis just doesn't make sense.

What apprently happened was the twins finished WHAT?and before they could leave were instructed to go backWHERE? for some reason. Also that time differenceWHAT TIME DIFFERENCE? could have made then come in third even if they lost.

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Re: TAR 21: Natalie and Nadiya Anderson "Twin Sisters"
« Reply #220 on: December 20, 2012, 07:22:27 PM »
If the Twinnies got 3rd, but had to go back to do the RB, how come they drove to the wrong town for the pit stop, after finishing the RB. Looks to me that they would have known how to find the PitStop pretty quickly if they had already been there once.

Kandace, your hypothesis just doesn't make sense.

What apprently happened was the twins finished WHAT?and before they could leave were instructed to go backWHERE? for some reason. Also that time differenceWHAT TIME DIFFERENCE? could have made then come in third even if they lost.

Leafsfan.........are we supposed to read your mind?

WHAT - the roadblock
WHERE - the roadblock (inside the cave?)
WHAT TIME DIFFERENCE - extra time spent when they had to go back in?

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Re: TAR 21: Natalie and Nadiya Anderson "Twin Sisters"
« Reply #221 on: December 20, 2012, 07:49:38 PM »
If that was the case, they would have recieved time credit right?

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« Reply #222 on: December 21, 2012, 01:28:49 AM »
Thanks redwings for your mind reading skills..........but it is much better to let Leafsfan answer questions directed at him......don't you think? If I had wanted your opinion, I would have asked you.
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Re: TAR 21: Natalie and Nadiya Anderson "Twin Sisters"
« Reply #223 on: December 21, 2012, 09:26:08 AM »
Thanks redwings for your mind reading skills..........but it is much better to let Leafsfan answer questions directed at him......don't you think? If I had wanted your opinion, I would have asked you.

It's much better to be nicer as well isn't it  :cmaslol

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Re: TAR 21: Natalie and Nadiya Anderson "Twin Sisters"
« Reply #224 on: December 21, 2012, 10:33:25 AM »

What redwings said was what I was implying

What facts are your implications based upon? The scenario that Kandace and you propose wasn't shown in the episode and wasn't discussed by the Twins in their interview?

In both the televised episode and in their interview, the Twins only did the mushroom roadblock once. They were not required to do it twice. They finished the mushroom RB in 3rd place, ahead of the Beekmans, then drove ~40 miles in the complete opposite direction of the Pit Stop.  The Pit Stop was only about 10 miles from the mushroom RB location. So they went about 80 miles out of their way. That is why they got beat. There wasn't any shenanigans by Production.
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