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A few months ago, CB reported upon the inevitable split of Adrianne “I Bagged a Brady” Curry and her husband, Christopher Knight, who is best known for playing Peter Brady on the long-running 1970s sitcom “The Brady Bunch.” At the time of their separation, the Knight and Curry had been married precisely five years, which is quite the accomplishment as far as two reality-show famewhores (who starred together on both “The Surreal Life” and “My Fair Brady”) are concerned.
The fact that Curry and Knight lasted so long as a married couple is a veritable miracle. Knight married the “Top Model” winner five years ago …
This is the rawest and most candid interview that either of them has done to date.
Between Adrianne and Chris, they pretty much took over and interviewed each other, with me refereeing of course. Their courtship began on VH-1's The Surreal Life and continued with My Fair Brady, which culminated in a tearful marriage proposal in the first season's final episode.
Shortly after VH-1 announced the news that they were picking up a second season of their hit reality series, My Fair Brady, I had a sit down conversation with the controversial couple themselves: America's Next Top Model, Adrianne Curry and the love of her life, fiance and Brady Bunch alumni, Christopher Knight.This was probably the least of their concerns, and I have to admit (again, from personal experience) that a Mars-Venus difference truly exists between the sexes.The fact that Curry and Knight’s romance spawned through reality television was merely a complicating factor in regards to a very general problem within contemporary society; that is, it’s incredibly hard for a married couple to keep the dream alive after a few years, so to speak." Christopher Knight: No, not necessarily Adrianne Curry: Yes he does. One can easily assume that I'm a moral Christian or something, from just being on The Brady Bunch.PR.com: Because that's a lot of weight to carry on your shoulders when you make a decision Christopher Knight: When you're "A Brady" and have never really fallen off the Brady truck, it's a little suffocating and it's a very tight box. That was a long time ago and that was just another job I did. Does Chris ever reference things that completely go over your head, or how do you bridge that gap?