by Laura Nachman
Bucks County Courier Times
December 20, 2005
Stephenie LaGrossa, 25, is reaping the benefits of coming in second place in
the latest installment of "Survivor."
The two-time “Survivor’s” post-show plans include appearing on
the cover of “Fit” magazine, designing her own line of swimwear and
sportswear, and launching a web site, www.stephenielagrossa.com.
have meetings upon meetings lined up,” said the former Temple University and
Monmouth University lacrosse star, who is represented by the same agent who
represents “Survivor” host Jeff Probst and other former “Survivors.”
she isn’t returning to pharmaceutical sales in the near-future, LaGrossa is
realistic about her future.
hard for reality stars to break in Hollywood.”
She turned down the requisite “Playboy” magazine offer, stating
“that wasn’t her thing.”
lost over twenty pounds in her thirty-plus days on the show, but said most of
it was gained back after enjoying cheesesteaks and pizza back in Toms River,
of Philadelphia’s favorite disc jockeys, Anita, is returning for another
guest-stint on WMGK 102.9-FM Christmas week.
She’ll be filling in for Andre Gardner on the 2-6 p.m. shift.
The Levittown native’s heyday was on WYSP 94.1-FM in the 80’s.
is getting into the “New Year’s Eve” game, as it will air a live special
from 8 p.m. – 1 a.m. hosted by Barry Nolan and Sara Edwards.
The music and comedy show will feature Styx, The Funk Brothers, Gloria
Gaynor, Jim Breuer, Kevin Meaney and Jeff Dunham.
fans will have to adjust without Howard Stern for the first time since 1986.
Stern’s final show broadcast on WYSP 94.1-FM was Friday.
Meanwhile, it doesn’t look like Stern sidekick Robin Quivers’
television talk show is going to happen.
It wasn’t on the list of proposed shows for the fall for the