Reality TV shows have been putting celebrities through their paces for years now, but perhaps no series has asked more of competitors than Splash. The new network show tasks celebrities (not all of whom are fit) with mastering the Olympic sport of high diving.
As with any Olympic sport, the risk of injury is ever-present, and now one competitor has withdrawn due to doctor's orders.
Model and beauty queen Katherine Webb has now withdrawn from Splash. On this week's show, Webb described her poor landing on last week's show, and how it caused her pain. She is also shown becaming frustrated during her training. Webb took the stage to say," I went to the doctor and, unfortunately, he told me that I'm out for the competition."
Webb's withdrawal is not the first of the series. In the show's third episode, former Playboy model Kendra Wilkinson quit the show over her fear of heights.
Splash producers used Webb's departure to introduce some drama, bringing back comedian Louie Anderson, who had been booted from the competition last week.