Since the year 2000, more than 90 members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have appeared on reality TV shows. Following is a list of reality TV participants who have been identified in the media as Mormon.

Note: This list is not all-inclusive.

"The Amazing Race"
Associated Press

Name: Kristy and Lena Jensen

Hometown: Pleasant Grove, Utah

Reality show: "The Amazing Race" (CBS)

Season: Amazing Race 6, 2006

Result: 9th place

Notable: Spent 10 hours at a Pit Stop searching for a clue in 200 bales of hay.

Photo: Sisters Lena, seated, and Kristy Jensen from Pleasant Grove, Utah, failed to find a clue as darkness descended in a Talby, Sweden, haystack and were eliminated from CBS' "The Amazing Race."

"The Amazing Race"
Sonja Flemming, CBS

Name: Dave and Connor O'Leary

Hometown: Salt Lake City

Reality show: "The Amazing Race" (CBS)

Seasons: Amazing Race 22, 2013; Amazing Race 24, 2014

Result: 8th place in 2013, winners in 2014

Notable: Dave tore his Achilles during leg 2 of Season 22. The team won two consecutive legs while Dave was on crutches but was forced to withdraw after leg 5. In season 24, Dave and Connor won six of the 12 legs, including each of the final four rounds. They became the first parent-child team to finish in first place and Dave (age 58 at the time of filming) became the oldest contestant to have won the race.

Photo: From left, Dave and Connor O'Leary won "The Amazing Race 24: All-Stars."

"America's Got Talent"
Jeff Marbry

Name: The Duttons

Hometown: Branson, Mo.

Reality show: "America's Got Talent" (NBC)

Season: Season 2, 2007

Result: Top 10

Notable: The Duttons were the first televised act that former judge Sharon Osbourne ever voted “yes” to.

Photo: Millions of people saw the Duttons perform their country music act on "America's Got Talent." They have also performed road shows all over the world and in their theaters in Branson and Mesa, Ariz.

Source: TheDuttons.com

"America's Got Talent"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Name: The Fab Five

Hometown: Morgan County, Utah

Reality show: "America's Got Talent" (NBC)

Season: Season 4, 2009

Result: 6th place

Photo: The Fab Five consists of LaChere Vawdrey, Shaundalee Morgan, Ayrion Myers, Cambria Gibson and Veva Ahlstrom.

"America's Got Talent"
Courtesy of Lindsey Stirling, Deseret News Archives

Name: Lindsey Stirling

Hometown: Gilbert, Ariz.

Reality Show: "America's Got Talent" (NBC)

Season: Season 5, 2010

Result: Eliminated in quarterfinals (top 48)

Notable: Stirling, a hip-hop violinist, attributes her desire to compose music to her time on "America's Got Talent." Her debut album has sold 150,000 copies in the U.S. without the backing of a major label. She currently has more than 4.2 million subscribers on YouTube. She was invited back to the show to perform as a special musical guest during Season 9 in 2014.

Photo: Stirling balances a unique blend of classical music with hip hop dancing.

Source: Facebook and YouTube

"America's Got Talent"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal, Inc.

Name: Ali and Christina Christensen

Hometown: Idaho Falls, Idaho

Reality Show: "America's Got Talent" (NBC)

Season: Season 5, 2010

Result: Top 10

Notable: Ali has competed in the Miss Idaho pageant. Christina currently performs in a duet group called "Pieces of April."

Photo: Left to right, Ali and Christina Christensen perform on NBC's "America's Got Talent."

"America's Got Talent"
NBC Universal, Inc.

Name: Josh Wright

Hometown: Salt Lake City, Utah

Reality Show: “America’s Got Talent” (NBC)

Season: Season 9, 2014

Result: Wright was not selected as one of the Top 48 acts.

Notable: Wright, a University of Utah graduate, received four “yes” votes from the judges during his audition, which was shown briefly during the final "auditions" episode of the season.

"America's Got Talent"
NBC Universal, Inc.

Name: Lexi Walker (One Voice Children’s Choir)

Hometown: Salt Lake City, Utah

Reality Show: “America’s Got Talent” (NBC)

Season: Season 9, 2014

Result: Eliminated in quarterfinals (Top 48)

Notable: The One Voice Children’s Choir collaborated with popular LDS singer Alex Boye several times during 2014, producing viral renditions of “Let It Go” from Disney’s “Frozen” and Pharrell Williams’ hit song, “Happy.”

"American Idol"
Fox

Name: Carmen Rasmusen

Hometown: Davis County, Utah

Reality show: "American Idol" (Fox)

Season: Season 2, 2003

Result: 6th place

Notable: Rasmusen, who would later marry the son of Utah Gov. Gary Herbert, also appeared on NBC's "Fear Factor."

Photo: Clockwise from top, Joshua Gracin, Ruben Studdard, Carmen Rasmusen, Kimberley Locke, Trenyce and Clay Aiken.

"American Idol"
RAY MICKSHAW, Associated Press

Name: Jon Peter Lewis

Hometown: Lincoln, Neb.

Reality show: "American Idol" (Fox)

Season: Season 3, 2004

Result: 8th place

Notable: Lewis served an LDS mission to Spain. He would later appear on NBC's singing competition "The Voice."

Photo: From left, George Huff, Jon Peter Lewis, Camile Velasco, Jennifer Hudson, Diana Degarmo, Amy Adams, La Toya London, Fantasia Barrino, John Stevens, Jasmine Trias, Leah LaBelle and Matthew Rogers.

"American Idol"
Frank Micelotta, Associated Press

Name: Brooke White

Hometown: Mesa, Ariz.

Reality show: "American Idol" (Fox)

Season: Season 7, 2008

Result: 5th place

Photo: "American Idol" contestant Brooke White performs, Wednesday, March 5, 2008, in Los Angeles.

"American Idol"
Mark Mainz, AP Images for Fox

Name: David Archuleta

Hometown: Murray, Utah

Reality show: "American Idol" (Fox)

Season: Season 7, 2008

Result: 2nd place

Notable: Archuleta received 44 percent of America's vote in the season finale, losing to fellow competitor David Cook. Archuleta will return from an LDS mission to Chile in March 2014.

Photo: David Archuleta performs during the season finale of "American Idol" on Wednesday, May 21, 2008, in Los Angeles.

"American Idol"
American Idol, FOX

Name: Kenzie Hall

Hometown: Draper, Utah

Reality show: "American Idol" (Fox)

Season: Season 13, 2014

Result: Top 30

Notable: Due to a change in format, only 10 of the top 15 female singers were allowed to perform during "Rush Week" in Season 13. Hall and fellow Utahn Austin Wolfe were eliminated, along with three other contestants, without being allowed to sing for America's votes.

Photo: Hall shown during her Salt Lake City audition.

"The Biggest Loser"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Name: Ryan Benson

Hometown: Los Angeles

Reality show: "The Biggest Loser" (NBC)

Season: Season 1, 2004

Result: Winner

Starting weight: 330 pounds

Final weight: 208 pounds

Notable: Benson, who has admittedly gained back most of his original weight, spoke up about his time on the show, including discussing several dangerous weight loss tactics in an article with the New York Times.

Photo: Benson shown during and at the end of his time on "The Biggest Loser."

Source: NewYorkTimes.com

"The Biggest Loser"
NBC

Name: Seth Word

Hometown: Sacramento, Calif.

Reality show: "The Biggest Loser" (NBC)

Season: Season 2, 2005

Result: Finalist (top three)

Starting weight: 291 pounds

Final weight: 204 pounds

Photo: Word, left, after his final weigh-in on "The Biggest Loser."

"The Biggest Loser"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Name: Heather Hansen

Home state: Utah

Reality show: "The Biggest Loser"

Season: Season 3, 2006

Result: Made it to finale but did not weigh in, due to pregnancy

Starting weight: 223 pounds

Final weight: 167 pounds

Photo: Heather Hansen shown after her time on "The Biggest Loser."

"The Biggest Loser"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Name: Betty Sue Burkland

Hometown: Mesa, Ariz.

Reality show: "The Biggest Loser"

Season: The Biggest Loser: Couples (Season 5, 2008)

Result: Eliminated Week 4

Starting weight: 261 pounds

Final weight: 224 pounds

Photo: Betty Sue Burkland, shown in a publicity image for "The Biggest Loser."

"The Biggest Loser"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Name: Ali Vincent

Hometown: Mesa, Ariz.

Reality show: "The Biggest Loser" (NBC)

Season: The Biggest Loser: Couples (Season 5, 2008)

Result: Winner

Starting weight: 234 pounds

Final weight: 122 pounds

Photo: Ali Vincent during her winning weigh-in on "The Biggest Loser."

"The Biggest Loser"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Name: Felipe Fa

Hometown: Mesa, Ariz.

Reality show: "The Biggest Loser" (NBC)

Season: The Biggest Loser: Couples 2 (Season 7, 2009)

Result: 5th place

Starting weight: 364 pounds

Weight at elimination: 234 pounds

Notable: Fa served an LDS mission to the Pennsylvania Harrisburg Mission.

Photo: Felipe Fa, shown before and after his time on "The Biggest Loser."

"The Biggest Loser"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Name: Sione Fa

Hometown: Mesa, Ariz.

Reality show: "The Biggest Loser" (NBC)

Season: The Biggest Loser: Couples 2 (Season 7, 2009)

Result: Eliminated Week 14

Starting weight: 372 pounds

Weight at elimination: 256 pounds

Notable: Fa served an LDS mission to the Columbia Bogota North Mission.

Photo: Sione Fa, shown before and after his time on "The Biggest Loser."

"The Biggest Loser"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Name: Dane Patterson

Hometown: Mesa, Ariz.

Reality show: "The Biggest Loser" (NBC)

Season: The Biggest Loser: Couples 2 (Season 7, 2009)

Result: Eliminated Week 8

Starting weight: 412 pounds

Weight at elimination: 312 pounds

Total weight lost (at finale): 154 pounds

Notable: Patterson served an LDS mission to Texas.

Photo: Dane Patterson, shown before and after his time on "The Biggest Loser."

"The Biggest Loser"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Name: Blaine Cotter

Hometown: Mesa, Ariz.

Reality show: "The Biggest Loser" (NBC)

Season: The Biggest Loser: Couples 2 (Season 7, 2009)

Result: Eliminated Week 6

Starting weight: 365 pounds

Weight at elimination: 299 pounds

Total weight lost (at finale): 116 pounds

Notable: Cotter served an LDS mission to British Columbia, Canada.

Photo: Blaine Cotter, shown before and after his time on "The Biggest Loser."

"The Biggest Loser"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Name: Aubrey Cheney

Hometown: Gooding, Idaho

Reality show: "The Biggest Loser"

Season: The Biggest Loser: Couples 2 (Season 7, 2009)

Result: Sent Home Week 1, Eliminated Week 12

Starting weight: 249 pounds

Final weight: 191 pounds

Photo: Aubrey Cheney, shown before and after her time on "The Biggest Loser.

"The Biggest Loser"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Name: Mandi Kramer

Hometown: Boise, Idaho

Reality show: "The Biggest Loser" (NBC)

Season: The Biggest Loser: Couples 2 (Season 7, 2009)

Result: Eliminated Week 10

Starting weight: 263 pounds

Final weight: 197 pounds

Total weight lost (at finale): 92 pounds

Photo: Mandi Kramer, shown after her time on "The Biggest Loser.

"The Biggest Loser"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Name: Liz Young

Hometown: Lewisburg, Tenn.

Reality show: "The Biggest Loser" (NBC)

Season: The Biggest Loser: Second Chances (Season 8, 2009)

Result: Eliminated at finale

Starting weight: 267 pounds

Final weight: 182 pounds

Total weight lost (at finale): 91 pounds

Photo: Liz Young, shown after her time on "The Biggest Loser."

"The Biggest Loser"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Name: Koli Palu

Hometown: Rohnert Park, Calif.

Reality show: "The Biggest Loser" (NBC)

Season: The Biggest Loser: Couples 3 (Season 9, 2010)

Result: Eliminated at finale

Starting weight: 403 pounds

Final weight: 218 pounds

Total weight lost (at finale): 215 pounds

Notable: Palu served an LDS mission to North Carolina.

Photo: Koli Palu, shown before and after his time on "The Biggest Loser."

"The Biggest Loser"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Name: Rick deRoque

Hometown: Conway, Ark.

Reality show: "The Biggest Loser" (NBC)

Season: The Biggest Loser: Pay it Forward (Season 10, 2010)

Result: Eliminated Week 4

Starting weight: 350 pounds

Weight at elimination: 287 pounds

Total weight lost (at finale): 165 pounds

Photo: Rick deRoque, shown before and after his time on "The Biggest Loser."

"The Biggest Loser"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Name: Burgandy Keel

Hometown: Eagle Mountain, Utah

Reality show: "The Biggest Loser" (NBC)

Season: The Biggest Loser: Pay it Forward (Season 10, 2010)

Result: Eliminated Week 3

Starting weight: 231 pounds

Weight at elimination: 213 pounds

Total weight lost (at finale): 64 pounds

Photo: Burgandy Keel, shown before and after her time on "The Biggest Loser."

"The Biggest Loser"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Name: Kaylee Kinikini

Hometown: Shelley, Idaho

Reality show: "The Biggest Loser" (NBC)

Season: The Biggest Loser: Couples 4 (Season 11, 2011)

Result: 6th place

Starting weight: 233 pounds

Weight at elimination: 165 pounds

Total weight lost (at finale): 54 pounds

Photo: Kaylee Kinikini, shown before and after her time on "The Biggest Loser."

"The Biggest Loser"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Name: Moses Kinikini

Hometown: Shelley, Idaho

Reality show: "The Biggest Loser" (NBC)

Season: The Biggest Loser: Couples 4 (Season 11, 2011)

Result: Eliminated Week 17

Starting weight: 440 pounds

Weight at elimination: 286 pounds

Total weight lost (at finale): 153 pounds

Photo: Moses Kinikini, shown before and after his time on "The Biggest Loser."

"The Biggest Loser"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Name: Rulon Gardner

Hometown: Logan, Utah

Reality show: "The Biggest Loser" (NBC) Season: The Biggest Loser: Couples 4 (Season 11, 2011)

Result: Gardner announced that he would be leaving the show for "personal reasons" during the Week 17 weigh-in and was not present for the season finale.

Starting weight: 474 pounds

Weight at elimination: 301 pounds

Notable: Gardner was the first contestant ever to quit "The Biggest Loser."

Photo: Rulon Gardner, shown before his time on "The Biggest Loser."

"The Biggest Loser"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Name: Justin Pope

Hometown: Logan, Utah

Reality show: "The Biggest Loser" (NBC)

Season: The Biggest Loser: Couples 4 (Season 11, 2011)

Result: Eliminated Week 12

Starting weight: 365 pounds

Weight at elimination: 247 pounds

Total weight lost (at finale): 173 pounds

Photo: Justin Pope, shown before and after his time on "The Biggest Loser."

"The Biggest Loser"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Name: Denise Hill Hometown:

Bountiful, Utah

Reality show: "The Biggest Loser" (NBC)

Season: The Biggest Loser: Couples 4 (Season 11, 2011)

Result: Eliminated Week 8

Starting weight: 256 pounds

Weight at elimination: 204 pounds

Total weight lost (at finale): 125 pounds

Notable: Hill won $100,000 during the season finale for being the "at-home winner."

Photo: Denise Hill, shown before and after her time on "The Biggest Loser."

"The Biggest Loser"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Sarah Nitta

Hometown: Las Vegas

Reality show: "The Biggest Loser" (NBC)

Season: The Biggest Loser: Couples 4 (Season 11, 2011)

Result: Eliminated Week 10

Starting weight: 261 pounds

Weight at elimination: 190 pounds

Total weight lost (at finale): 106 pounds

Photo: Sarah Nitta, shown during her final weigh-in, ended at a weight of 155 pounds.

"The Biggest Loser"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Name: John Rhode

Hometown: Mesa, Ariz.

Reality show: "The Biggest Loser" (NBC)

Season: The Biggest Loser: Battle of the Ages (Season 12, 2011)

Result: Winner Starting weight: 445 pounds

Final weight: 225 pounds

Total weight lost (at finale): 220 pounds

Photo: John Rhode, shown before and after his time on "The Biggest Loser."

"The Biggest Loser"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Name: Hap Holmstead

Hometown: Pleasant Grove, Utah

Reality show: "The Biggest Loser" (NBC)

Season: The Biggest Loser: Second Chances 2 (Season 15, 2013)

Result: Eliminated Week 10

Starting weight: 403 pounds

Weight at elimination: 316 pounds

Total weight lost (at finale): 81 pounds

Photo: Hap Holmstead shown during his final weigh-in.

"Celebrity Wife Swap"
@WifeSwap Twitter

Name: Kelly Packard

Reality show: “Celebrity Wife Swap” (ABC)

Season: Season 3, 2014

Swapped with: Tichina Arnold (“Martin,” “Big Momma’s House”)

Notable: The former “Baywatch” star and her husband of 17 years have four children and 13 pets. Topics of discussion during the episode included the Word of Wisdom, modesty and the importance of regularly scheduled family outings.

Photo: Actress Tichina Arnold swapped places with "Baywatch" star Kelly Packard for a week during an episode of ABC's "Celebrity Wife Swap."

"Cupcake Wars"
Courtesy of Janell Brown

Name: Janell Brown and Kristen Cold

Hometown: West Jordan, Utah

Reality show: "Cupcake Wars" (Food Network TV)

Season: Season 5, 2012

Result: Winners

Notable: Brown owns One Sweet Slice in South Jordan and Sandy, Utah. According to her website, One Sweet Slice was voted "Best of State" for 2013 and "Best of Utah by City Weekly" in 2013.

Photo: Kristen Cold, Ashley Eckstein, the voice of Ahsoka Tano on “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” and Janell Brown. Brown and Cold competed on a Star Wars-themed “Cupcake Wars” episode and won the final challenge with their TIE fighter display.

Source: Deseret News, One Sweet Slice

"Dancing with the Stars"
Carol Kaelson, ABC

Name: Julianne Hough

Hometown: Sandy, Utah

Reality show: "Dancing with the Stars" (ABC)

Number of seasons as a professional dancer: 5

Results: Won with Apollo Anton Ohno (Season 4, Spring 2007) and Hélio Castroneves (Season 5, Fall 2007), 9th place with Adam Carolla (Season 6, Spring 2008), 4th place with Cody Linley (Season 7, Fall 2008), 6th place with Chuck Wicks (Season 8, Spring 2009)

Notable: Hough, who attended Alta High School, would go on to have her own music and acting careers. In 2013, she starred opposite Josh Duhamel in "Safe Haven."

Photo: Two-time Indianapolis 500 Champion Helio Castroneves (right) and his professional partner Julianne Hough were crowned champions on the fifth season of "Dancing with the Stars" on Nov. 27, 2007.

Source: IMDb

"Dancing with the Stars"
Carol Kaelson, ABC

Name: Derek Hough

Hometown: Sandy, Utah

Reality show: "Dancing with the Stars" (ABC)

Number of seasons as a professional dancer: 12

Results: 4th place with Jenny Garth (Season 5, Fall 2007), 6th place with Shannon Elizabeth (Season 6, Spring 2008), Won with Brooke Burke (Season 7, Fall 2008), 5th place with Lil' Kim (Season 8, Spring 2009), 4th place with Joanna Krupa (Season 9, Fall 2009), Won with Nicole Scherzinger (Season 10, Spring 2010), Won with Jennifer Grey (Season 11, Fall 2010), 3rd place with Ricki Lake (Season 13, Fall 2011), 4th place with Maria Menounos (Season 14, Spring 2012), 2nd place with Shawn Johnson (Season 15, Fall 2012), Won with Kellie Pickler (Season 16, Spring 2013), Won with Amber Riley (Season 17, Fall 2013), 2nd place with Amy Purdy (Season 18, Spring 2014)

Notable: Hough, who was raised Mormon, holds the record for most Mirror Ball trophies with five and won an Emmy award in 2013 for Outstanding Choreography.

Photo: Jennifer Grey, right, and her partner Derek Hough perform during the celebrity dance competition series "Dancing with the Stars," Monday, Oct. 18, 2010, in Los Angeles.

"Dancing with the Stars"
Adam Taylor, Associated Press

Name: Chelsie Hightower

Hometown: Orem, Utah

Reality show: "Dancing with the Stars" (ABC) Number of seasons as a professional dancer: 7

Results: 4th place with Ty Murray (Season 8, Spring 2009), 8th place with Louie Vito (Season 9, Fall 2009), 7th place with Jake Pavelka (Season 10, Spring 2010), 11th place with Michael Bolton (Season 11, Fall 2010), 5th place with Romeo (Season 12, Spring 2011), 6th place with Roshon Fegan (Season 14, Spring 2012), 10th place with Hélio Castroneves (Season 15, Fall 2012)

Notable: Hightower graduated from Timpanogos High School and Utah Valley University.

She also appeared on Season 4 of "So You Think You Can Dance?" and finished sixth.

Photo: Rapper Romeo (right) and his partner Chelsie Hightower perform on the celebrity dance competition series, "Dancing with the Stars," Monday, March 28, 2011 in Los Angeles.

"Dancing with the Stars"
Kelsey McNeal, Associated Press

Name: Lacey Schwimmer

Hometown: Redlands, Calif.

Reality show: "Dancing with the Stars" (ABC) Seasons as a professional dancer: 6 Results: 3rd place with Lance Bass (Season 7, Fall 2008), 8th place with Steve-O (Season 8, Spring 2009), 6th place with Mark Dacascos (Season 9, Fall 2009), 2nd place with Kyle Massey (Season 11, Fall 2010), 5th place with Romeo (Season 12, Spring 2011), 7th place with Chaz Bono (Season 13, Fall 2011)

Notable: She also appeared on Season 3 of "So You Think You Can Dance?" and finished fourth.

Photo: Lance Bass and his partner Lacey Schwimmer perform on "Dancing with the Stars," Monday, Nov. 24, 2008, in Los Angeles.

"Dancing with the Stars"
Vince Bucci, Associated Press

Name: Ashly DelGrosso-Costa

Hometown: Highland, Utah Reality show: "Dancing with the Stars" (ABC)

Seasons as a professional dancer: 4

Results: 3rd place with Joey McIntyre (Season 1, Summer 2005), 7th place with Masta P (Season 2, Winter 2006), 9th place with Harry Hamlin (Season 3, Fall 2006), 10th place with Buzz Aldrin (Season 10, Spring 2010)

Notable: DelGrosso-Costa is a self-described "Utah County Mormon." In Season 2, her partner, Masta P, was infamously bad and the couple received the lowest judges' scores every week of the competition until they were eliminated.

Photo: Buzz Aldrin, left, is seen during rehearsals with professional dancer Ashly DelGrosso-Costa for "Dancing With The Stars."

Source: Deseret News

"Dancing with the Stars"
Carol Kaelson, Associated Press

Name: Marie Osmond

Hometown: Ogden, Utah Reality show: "Dancing with the Stars" (ABC)

Season: Season 5, Fall 2007

Result: 3rd place with Jonathan Roberts

Notable: Marie Osmond fainted onstage during ABC's live broadcast Monday, Oct. 22, 2007, but quickly recovered. Photo: Marie Osmond and Jonathan Roberts during an episode of "Dancing with the Stars."

Source: Associated Press

"Dancing with the Stars"
Adam Larkey, Associated Press

Name: Donny Osmond

Hometown: Ogden, Utah

Reality show: "Dancing with the Stars" (ABC)

Season: Season 9, Fall 2009

Result: Winner with Kym Johnson

Notable: Osmond and Johnson received a perfect score of 30 for their Freestyle dance during the season finale. It was their only perfect score of the season.

Photo: Donny Osmond, left, and his partner Kym Johnson hold their trophies after they were crowned champions of "Dancing with the Stars," on the Season Finale, Nov. 24, 2009 in Los Angeles.

"Expedition Impossible"
ABC

Name: Nick Coughlin and Jason Cronin

Hometown: Clinton, Miss., and Bolton, Miss.

Reality show: “Expedition Impossible” (ABC)

Season: Season 1, 2011

Result: 7th place

Notable: All contestants had to complete a psych evaluation with over 800 questions and a swimming test before being cleared to participate on the show.

Photo: Nick Coughlin, Chad Robinson and Jason Cronin (dubbed "The Country Boys") pose for a publicity photo for "Expedition Impossible." Coughlin and Cronin are members of the LDS Church.

"The Food Network Star"
Kelsey Nixon, KelseyNixon.com

Name: Kelsey Nixon

Hometown: Provo, Utah

Reality show: "The Food Network Star" (Food Network TV)

Season: Season 4, 2008

Result: 4th place

Notable: Nixon was voted as the season's "Fan Favorite" in an online poll revealed during the season finale. Nixon would later star in her own cooking shows, "Kelsey's Essentials" (Cooking Channel) and "Kelsey & Spike Cook" (Food2). Photo: Kelsey Nixon prepares a dish of coconut curry.

Source: FoodNetwork.com

"Get Out Alive with Bear Grylls"
LDS Living

Name: Jim and Austin Vach

Hometown: Maple Valley, Wash.

Reality show: "Get Out Alive with Bear Grylls" (NBC)

Season: Season 1, 2013

Result: Finalists, top three

Notable: Austin and one of his brothers also applied to be on CBS' "The Amazing Race," but were not selected. A casting director for "Get Out Alive" saw the audition video and emailed Austin about being on Grylls' show, instead.

Photo: From left, Jim and Austin Vach take a moment to pose for a picture while filming in New Zealand.

Source: Deseret News

"The Glass House"
ABC

Name: Andrea Clark

Hometown: Santa Clarita, Calif.

Reality show: "The Glass House" (ABC)

Season: Season 1, 2013

Result: 3rd place

Notable: In her bio for the show, Clark said, “I am driven by my faith to always do my best and to Choose The Right.”

Photo: Andrea Clark converses with other contestants on ABC's "The Glass House."

Source: Starcasm.net

"Nashville Star"
Charley Jenkins — Country Entertainer Facebook

Name: Charley Jenkins

Hometown: Roosevelt, Utah

Reality show: "Nashville Star" (NBC)

Season: Season 6, 2008

Result: First contestant eliminated

Notable: Jenkins graduated from Ricks College.

Photo: Charley Jenkins poses for "Nashville Star."

Source: Mormons in Music

"The Next Great Baker"
Miller Mobley, Discovery Communications LLC

Name: Jen Kwapinski

Hometown: San Jose, Calif.

Reality show: "The Next Great Baker" (TLC)

Season: Season 3, 2012

Result: 3rd place Notable: Kwapinski runs her own business in San Jose called Jen's Cakes. According to a post on her Facebook fan page, she claims to have made every member of her staff cry.

Photo: Jen Kwapinski poses for a publicity photo for "The Next Great Baker."

Source: Deseret News, Facebook.

"Project Runway"
Richard McLaren, Lifetime

Name: Joshua Christensen

Hometown: Snohomish, Wash.

Reality show: "Project Runway" (Lifetime)

Season: Season 9, Summer 2011 Result: Eliminated Week 2

Notable: Though the judges had a hard time with Christensen's work, he said his style is actually pretty simple. “If people looked at my portfolio, they would understand immediately what I was about,” he told Entertainment Weekly. “I try to do something that’s innovative but wearable. I’m not looking to be the craziest designer in the world.”

Photo: Joshua Christensen from "Project Runway" was one of the contestants in Season 9 of the Lifetime reality fashion design competition series.

Source: Entertainment Weekly

"Project Runway"
Lifetime

Name: Tristen Seal

Hometown: Sachse, Texas

Reality show: "Project Runway" (Lifetime)

Season: Season 12, Summer 2013

Notable: Seal was one of eight super-fans to win a makeover during Season 12.

Photo: Tristen Seal (left) smiles on the runway with designer Justin LeBlanc.

Source: LDS Living

"The Real World"
Spokeo

Name: Julie Stoffer

Hometown: Delafield, Wis.

Reality show: "The Real World" (MTV)

Season: Real World: New Orleans, 2000

Notable: As a result of her participation in the show, Stoffer was ultimately expelled from Brigham Young University for honor code violations, a story that made national headlines. She appeared briefly in the 2002 movie "The Singles Ward."

Photo: Julie Stoffer at the Inside: E3 2005 Party in Avalon, Hollywood, Calif.

Source: ABC News

"The Real World"
Peter Kramer, Associated Press

Name: Chet Cannon

Hometown: Salt Lake City

Reality show: "The Real World" (MTV)

Season: Real World: Brooklyn, 2009

Notable: Cannon graduated from the University of Utah with a degree in finance. His goal in being on "The Real World" was to "show people that Mormons are fun." Cannon also hosted MTV after-party shows for "The Real World: San Diego" and appeared in an episode of "VH1 Presents." Photo: Chet Cannon attends the Logo network's second annual "NewNowNext" awards on May 20, 2009.

Source: BrooklynPaper.com

"The Rebel Billionaire"
Fox

Name: Shawn Nelson

Hometown: Salt Lake City

Reality show: "The Rebel Billionaire" (Fox)

Season: Season 1 Result: Winner

Notable: Nelson founded Lovesac in 1995 after attempting to create the world’s largest beanbag. He served an LDS mission to Taiwan, is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and graduated from the University of Utah with degrees in Chinese and Asian Studies.

Photo: Shawn Nelson poses for "The Rebel Billionaire."

"Say Yes to the Dress"
flyingwiththedove.blogspot.com

Name: Duvae Duncan

Hometown: Sandy, Utah

Reality show: "Say Yes to the Dress" (TLC)

Season: Season 6, 2011

Results: Though Duncan's price point for her dress was originally $5,000, she announced on her blog that she ended up spending "WELL UNDER 5000 dollars."

Notable: Duncan was successfully able to have designers alter her dress to make it appropriate for a temple marriage.

Photo: Duvae Duncan in an engagement picture.

Source: FlyingWithTheDove.blogspot.com

"Shark Tank"
Jac Scott, UVU Marketing

Name: Mike Buonomo and Dallas Robinson, KissTixx

Hometown: Orem, Utah

Reality show: "Shark Tank" (ABC)

Season: Season 3, 2012 Proposal: Sought $200,000 for a 20 percent stake in the company.

Result: Mark Cuban paid $200,000 for a 40 percent stake.

Notable: Buonomo and Robinson got Sharks Kevin O’Leary and Barbara Corcoran to kiss using their unique chapstick. Buonomo and Robinson both graduated from Utah Valley University. Buonomo and Robinson are both returned Mormon missionaries.

Photo: From left, KissTixx Founders, Mike Buonomo and Dallas Robinson.

Source: SharkTankSuccess.blogspot.com

"Shark Tank"
ABC

Name: Jerry and Naomi Hancock, Sub Zero Ice Cream

Hometown: Orem, Utah

Reality show: "Shark Tank" (ABC)

Season: Season 4, 2013 Proposal: Sought $300,000 for a 12 percent stake in the company

Result: Did not reach a deal, though the Sharks did love the ice cream.

Notable: Sub Zero claims to offer a trillion different flavor options and is now located in seven different states, according to their website. Jerry studied chemistry at BYU.

Photo: Jerry and Naomi Hancock gave a tasty presentation for the Sharks on "Shark Tank."

Source: SubZeroIceCream.com

"Shark Tank"
ABC

Name: Nate Holzapfel, Mission Belt Co.

Hometown: Provo, Utah

Reality show: "Shark Tank" (ABC)

Season: Season 4, 2013

Proposal: Sought $50,000 for a 20 percent stake in the company.

Result: Daymond John paid $50,000 for a 37.5 percent stake.

Notable: Became a $1 million company within one month of "Shark Tank" appearance. Recently sold 50,000th belt and on track to hit $5 million in sales since airing.

Photo: Nate Holzapfel demonstrates one of his belts during his "Shark Tank" presentation.

Source: ABC and YouTube

"Shark Tank"
ABC

Name: Garrett Gee, Scan

Hometown: Highland

Reality show: "Shark Tank" (ABC)

Season: Season 5, 2014

Proposal: Sought $1 million investment for 5 percent of the company.

Result: Did not reach a deal with any of the Sharks.

Notable: During the episode, Gee said that he learned about investors by watching "Shark Tank." Shark Robert Herjavec commented, "We've never had somebody ask for a million dollars in flip flops."

Photo: Garrett Gee of Scan.

Source: YouTube

"The Sing-Off"
Chris Haston, Nbc Universal, Inc.

Name: Noteworthy

Hometown: Provo, Utah

Reality show: "The Sing-Off" (NBC)

Season: Season 1, 2009

Result: 6th place

Notable: Noteworthy is an award-winning a capella group based out of BYU. The group reunited with their former “Sing-Off” competitors, the Beelzebubs, in 2011 to perform at the MD Anderson Cancer Center benefit concert in Orlando, Fla.

Photo: BYU's Noteworthy performs on season 1 of NBC's "The Sing-Off."

"The Sing-Off"
Mitchell Haaseth, BYU Magazine

Name: Amy Whitcomb and Laina Walker (Delilah)

Hometown: Provo, Utah

Reality show: "The Sing-Off" (NBC)

Season: Season 3, 2011

Result: 6th place

Notable: Whitcomb and Walker, the group's two Mormon members, also appeared with Noteworthy in Season 1.

Photo: BYU alumna Amy Whitcomb and student Laina Walker competed on “The Sing-Off” for the second time.

Source: Music-Chart.info

"The Sing-Off"
Mark A. Philbrick, BYU Photo

Name: Vocal Point

Hometown: Provo, Utah

Reality show: "The Sing-Off" (NBC)

Season: Season 3, 2011

Result: 5th place

Notable: All members of the group are returned missionaries. They are fluent in seven different languages. They won second place at the International Championship of Collegiate A Capella in 2011.

Photo: Back, left to right, Tyler Sterling, Michael Christensen, Ross Welch, Tanner Nilsson, Ben Murphy, Keith Evans. Front, left to right, McKay Crockett, Jake Hunsaker, Robert Seely

Source: BYUVocalPoint.com

"So You Think You Can Dance?"
Fox

Name: Allison Holker

Hometown: Orem, Utah

Reality show: "So You Think You Can Dance?" (Fox)

Season: Season 2, 2006

Result: Top 8

Notable: Holker returned to SYTYCD in Season 7 as an all-star and toured with the show in 2010. She played a cheerleader in the first two "High School Musical" movies and has also performed with entertainers including Jack Black, Clay Aiken, Enrique Iglesias, Train and Rihanna.

Photo: Allison Holker performs on "So You Think You Can Dance?"

Source: AllisonHolker.com

"So You Think You Can Dance?"
Fox

Name: Benji Schwimmer

Hometown: Moreno Valley, Calif.

Reality show: "So You Think You Can Dance?" (Fox)

Season: Season 2, 2006

Result: Winner

Photo: Benji Schwimmer performs on "So You Think You Can Dance?"

"So You Think You Can Dance?"
Fox

Name: Heidi Groskruetz

Hometown: Cliffside Park, N.J.

Reality show: "So You Think You Can Dance?" (Fox)

Season: Season 2, 2006

Result: Final 4

Photo: Heidi Groskruetz dances with a partner on "So You Think You Can Dance?"

"So You Think You Can Dance?"
Bloc LA, la.blocagency.com

Name: Jaymz Tuaileva

Hometown: Phoenix

Reality show: "So You Think You Can Dance?" (Fox)

Season: Season 2, 2006

Result: Top 14

Notable: Tuaileva has worked with artists such as Michael Jackson, Cher, Ne-Yo, and Donny and Marie Osmond. He has also appeared as part of the professional dance troupe on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars."

Photo: Jaymz Tuaileva in modeling shot for Bloc LA.

Source: Bloc LA

"So You Think You Can Dance?"
Mathieu Young, Fox

Name: Ashleigh and Ryan Di Lello

Hometown: Orem, Utah

Reality show: "So You Think You Can Dance?" (Fox)

Season: Season 6, 2009

Result: 5th place and 6th place, respectively

Notable: Ashleigh and Ryan are married.

Photo: Ashleigh and Ryan Di Lello compete on "So You Think You Can Dance?"

"Survivor"
CBS

Name: Kelly Wiglesworth

Hometown: Greensboro, N.C.

Reality show: "Survivor"

Season: Survivor: Borneo (Season 1, Summer 2000)

Result: 2nd place

Notable: Wiglesworth won four straight immunity challenges to land her a spot in the finals.

Photo: Kelly Wiglesworth (left) and eventual winner Richard Hatch listen to Sue Hawk (right) during the final Tribal Council. Hawk compared Wiglesworth to a rat and said that she would not give Wiglesworth a drink of water, even if she was dying of thirst.

"Survivor"
Entertainment Weekly, EW.com

Name: Neleh Dennis

Reality show: "Survivor"

Season: Survivor: Marquesas (Season 4, Spring 2002)

Result: 2nd place

Notable: Dennis popularized the phrase "Oh my heck!" and brought scriptures with her to the island. She would end up losing the million-dollar prize to Vecepia Towery by a vote of 4-3.

Photo: Paschal “Pappy” English with Neleh Dennis. English and Dennis formed a strong alliance during "Survivor: Marquesas."

"Survivor"
CBS

Name: Ashlee Ashby

Hometown: Easley, S.C.

Reality show: "Survivor"

Season: Survivor: Palau (Season 10, Spring 2005)

Result: 2nd voted out

Notable: In her "Survivor" bio on CBS.com, Ashby listed her proudest accomplishment as graduating from early-morning LDS seminary when in high school.

Photo: Ashlee Ashby, on location for "Survivor: Palau."

Source: CBS.com

"Survivor"
CBS

Name: Rafe Judkins

Hometown: Pittsburgh

Reality show: "Survivor"

Season: Survivor: Guatemala (Season 11, Fall 2005)

Result: 3rd place (7th jury member)

Notable: Judkins now works as a TV writer. He has written episodes for "My Own Worst Enemy," "Chuck," "Hemlock" and "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."

Photo: Rafe Judkins on location for "Survivor: Guatemala."

Source: IMDb

"Survivor"
CBS

Name: Todd Herzog

Hometown: Pleasant Grove, Utah

Reality show: "Survivor"

Season: Survivor: China (Season 15, Fall 2007)

Result: Winner

Photo: Todd Herzog on location for "Survivor: China."

"Survivor"
CBS

Name: Rick Nelson

Hometown: Aurora, Utah

Reality show: "Survivor"

Season: Survivor: South Pacific (Season 23, Fall 2011)

Result: 5th place (8th jury member)

Photo: Rick Nelson (right) plots with notorious "Survivor" villain Brandon Hantz.

"Survivor"
CBS

Name: Jonas Otsuji

Hometown: Lehi, Utah

Reality show: "Survivor"

Season: Survivor: One World (Season 24, Spring 2012)

Result: 5th voted out

Notable: He studied photography at BYU and served an LDS mission to the Tokyo North Mission.

Photo: Otsuji, on location for "Survivor: One World."

Source: Deseret News

"Survivor"
CBS

Name: Angie Layton

Hometown: Manti, Utah

Reality show: "Survivor"

Season: Survivor: Philippines (Season 25, Fall 2012)

Result: 3rd voted out

Notable: Layton has served as Miss Utah Teen USA 2010 and was 3rd runner-up for Miss Teen USA in 2010. In 2013, Layton was crowned Miss Utah 2014.

Photo: Angie Layton, on location for "Survivor: Philippines."

Source: MissUtah.com

"Survivor"
CBS

Name: Jeff Kent

Hometown: Austin, Texas

Reality show: "Survivor"

Season: Survivor: Philippines (Season 25, Fall 2012)

Result: 8th voted out (2nd jury member)

Notable: Kent played Major League baseball for 17 seasons, spending time with the Toronto Blue Jays, New York Mets, Cleveland Indians, San Francisco Giants, Houston Astros, and Los Angeles Dodgers. He was a five-time all-star and won the National League MVP award in 2000 with the San Francisco Giants.

Photo: From left, Jeff Kent, Lisa Welchel and Malcolm Freberg at Tribal Council.

Source: MLB.com

"Survivor"
Trae Patton, CBS Broadcasting Inc.

Name: Dawn Meehan

Hometown: South Jordan, Utah

Reality show: "Survivor"

Seasons: Survivor: South Pacific (Season 23, Fall 2011), Survivor: Caramoan – Fans vs. Favorites (Season 26, Spring 2013)

Result: 10th place (3rd jury member) in South Pacific, co-runner up (with Sherri Biethman) in Caramoan

Notable: Meehan is an English professor at BYU. According to her "Survivor" bio, her personal claim to fame is adopting six children.

Photo: Dawn Meehan on the red carpet during the "Survivor: Caramoan Fans vs. Favorites" finale.

Source: Survivor.Wikia.com

"Survivor"
Trae Patton, CBS Broadcasting Inc.

Name: Tyson Apostol

Hometown: Heber City, Utah

Reality show: "Survivor"

Seasons: Survivor: Tocantins (Season 18, Spring 2009), Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains (Season 20, Spring 2010), Survivor: Blood vs. Water, (Season 27, Fall 2013)

Result: 8th voted out (2nd jury member) in Tocantins, 6th voted out in Heroes vs. Villains, Winner in Blood vs. Water.

Notable: Apostol was on the "villains" tribe in Season 20. He defeated Monica Culpepper and Gervase Peterson to win Season 27 by a vote of 7-1-0.

Photo: Tyson Apostol poses for a picture after winning "Survivor: Blood vs. Water."

Source: Survivor.Wikia.com

"Take the Money and Run"
ABC

Name: Paul Bishop

Residence: Los Angeles

Reality show: "Take the Money and Run" (ABC)

Season: Season 1, 2011

Role: Interrogator / Treasure hunter

Result: Bishop and Mary Hanlon Stone, the other investigator, found four out of six hidden briefcases.

Notable: Bishop is a detective for the Los Angeles Police Department. He is also a published author, writing under the pseudonym "Jack Tunney."

Photo: Paul Bishop (center) and Hanlon Stone (right) interrogate a contestant on ABC's "Take the Money and Run."

"Undercover Boss"
Left: Oriental Trading Company, Right: Studio Lambert/CBS

Name: Sam Taylor, CEO of Oriental Trading Company

Hometown: Omaha, Neb.

Reality show: "Undercover Boss" (CBS)

Season: Season 3, 2012

Notable: Taylor graduated from BYU and Harvard. At one point in the episode he was shown around a piano with his family singing "Families Can Be Together Forever," a popular Mormon Primary song.

Photo: Oriental Trading Company Sam Taylor, CEO of Oriental Trading Company, the nation's largest direct retailer of party supplies and arts and crafts, goes undercover. Taylor, left, before his transformation. Taylor is shown again, right, after the transformation.

Source: CougarBoard.com

"Undercover Boss"
CBS

Name: Greg Miller, CEO of Larry H. Miller Group and Utah Jazz

Hometown: Salt Lake City

Reality show: Undercover Boss (CBS)

Season: Season 5, 2014

Notable: While undercover, Miller helped lay down the hardwood floor at EnergySolutions Arena, participated with the Jazz Interactive Team, performed with the Dunk Team, and sold concessions.

Photo: Miller shown in disguise for "Undercover Boss."

Source: Utah Jazz

"The Voice"
NBC

Name: Tje Austin

Hometown: Austin, Texas

Reality show: "The Voice" (NBC)

Season: Season 1, Fall 2011

Result: Judges Adam Levine and Cee Lo Green turned their chairs around for Austin in his blind audition. He chose to be on Team Cee Lo. Austin was defeated by teammate Nakia in the Battle Round.

Notable: Austin's family was highlighted by "The Voice." He was adopted into a large Mormon family when he was four days old. He has five brothers and six sisters, including six other adopted siblings

Photo: Austin performs on "The Voice."

"The Voice"
Frazer Harrison, Getty Images North America

Name: Tyler Robinson

Hometown: Folsom, Calif.

Reality show: "The Voice" (NBC)

Season: Season 1, Fall 2011

Result: Blake Shelton turned his chair around during Robinson's blind audition. As a member of Team Blake, Robinson lost to Patrick Thomas in the Battle Round.

Photo: Singer Tyler Robinson arrives at the “The Voice” Live Finale After Party at the Avalon Hollywood on June 29, 2011 in Hollywood.

"The Voice"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal Inc.

Name: Ryan Innes

Hometown: Provo, Utah

Reality show: "The Voice" (NBC)

Season: Season 4, Spring 2013

Result: Judges Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Usher and Shakira all turned their chairs around for Innes during his blind audition. Innes chose to be on Team Usher. He defeated Orlando Dixon in the Battle Round, but lost to Cáthia in the Knockout Round.

Notable: Innes served an LDS mission to Portugal. His music has been featured on several soundtracks for Especially for Youth.

Photo: Innes sings John Mayer's "Gravity" during his blind audition on "The Voice."

"The Voice"
Trae Patton, NBC Universal, Inc.

Name: Amy Whitcomb

Hometown: Longwood, Fla.

Reality show: "The Voice" (NBC)

Season: Season 4, Spring 2013

Result: Adam Levine turned his chair around during Whitcomb's blind audition. As a member of Team Adam, Whitcomb defeated Agina Alvarez in Battle Round, but would then lose to Caroline Glaser in Knockout Round.

Notable: Whitcomb also appeared twice on NBC's "The Sing-Off" as a member of Noteworthy and Delilah.

Photo: Amy Whitcomb appears on NBC's "The Voice."

"The Voice"
NBC

Name: Ryan Hayes and Jon Peter Lewis (Midas Whale)

Hometown: Rexburg, Idaho

Reality show: "The Voice" (NBC)

Season: Season 4, Spring 2013

Result: Judges Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Usher and Shakira all turned their chairs around during Midas Whale's blind audition. They chose to be on Team Adam. As part of Team Adam, they defeated Patrick Dodd in Battle Round, but lost to Amber Carrington in the Knockout Round.

Notable: Both singers are returned Mormon missionaries. Hayes served a mission to Ecuador and Lewis served in Spain. After their blind audition, they impressed Shakira by addressing her in Spanish. Lewis also appeared on Fox's "American Idol" in 2004. Their newest album, “Sugar House” is named after the Salt Lake City suburb.

Photo: Left to right, Ryan Hayes and Jon Peter Lewis perform "Folsom Prison Blues" in their blind audition on NBC's "The Voice."

"The Voice"
Paul Drinkwater, NBC

Name: Madilyn Paige

Hometown: Provo, Utah

Reality show: “The Voice” (NBC)

Season: Season 6, Spring 2014

Result: Usher and Shakira turned their chairs around during Paige’s blind audition. She chose to be on Team Usher. Paige defeated fellow Provo resident Tanner James in the Battle Round.

In the second Battle Round, Paige was defeated by Team Usher’s Bria Kelly, but was stolen by coach Blake Shelton.

She was eliminated during the Playoff Round.

Notable: Paige and teammate Tanner James had never met before “The Voice,” though they live just minutes away from each other.

Photo: Madilyn Paige performs during a Battle Round on NBC's "The Voice"

"The Voice"
Paul Drinkwater, NBC

Name: Tanner James

Hometown: Provo, Utah

Reality Show: "The Voice" (NBC)

Season: Season 6, Spring 2014

Result: Usher turned his chair around during James’ blind audition, adding James to Team Usher. James was eliminated by fellow Provo resident Madilyn Paige during the Battle Round.

Notable: James and teammate Madilyn Paige had never met before “The Voice,” though they live just minutes away from each other.

Photo: Tanner James poses for a publicity image for NBC's "The Voice."

"Worst Cooks in America"
Food Network

Name: Kat Rose

Hometown: Newnan, Ga.

Reality show: "Worst Cooks in America" (Food Network)

Season: Season 2, 2011

Result: Top 6

Notable: In an interview with Yahoo! before appearing on the show, Rose admitted, "My kids eat PB & J pretty much every night, because I can't cook.” In her exit interview with Food Network, she said, "After returning home I attempted to cook roasted chicken, and to my surprise it was pretty good. Not one of my boys asked if they could make a P.B and jelly sandwich instead of eating the roasted chicken!"

Photo: Kat Rose poses in a photo for Food Network's "Worst Cooks in America."

"The X Factor"
Fox

Name: Dinah Jane Hansen

Hometown: Santa Ana, Calif.

Reality show: "The X Factor" (Fox)

Season: Season 2, 2012

Result: 3rd place (with Fifth Harmony)

Notable: Hansen's singing group, Fifth Harmony, consists of five female singers, each of which originally auditioned for the show as a solo artist. The group's fans refer to themselves as "Harmonizers."

Photo: Dinah Jane Hansen celebrates after a performance on "The X Factor."

Source: FifthHarmony.Wikia.com