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We all know that the NRL Telstra Premiership is the best kind of reality television there is but if the stars of the game were to try their hand on another reality TV show, which one would they fare best on?

Dylan Napa (Roosters)

Probably Keeping up with the Kardashians. I wouldn't mind driving around in a Range Rover. (Could you handle cameras on you 24/7?) If I'm with Kendall it's all good.

Tim Glasby (Storm)

I'm a terrible singer and an even worse cook but I'd like to give Survivor a crack. I don't know how I'd go at it but I'd give that a go for sure. It looks like it'd be fun but it probably wouldn't be once you got there.

Nathan Cleary (Panthers)

I'll go Survivor, I think I would go close to winning that. Dad (Tigers coach Ivan Cleary) would have to be on Masterchef because he cooks at home and does a good job but I'll make sure to eat out the week before we play him in case he poisons my food.

Mitchell Moses (Eels)

Masterchef. I am the best cook and living with 'Brooksy' (Luke Brooks) and 'Teddy' (James Tedesco) I do a good job. I cook all the time and there are no complaints and then other times we get takeaway.

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Will Hopoate (Bulldogs)

Family Feud. There are 10 of us in the family so I'm sure we could narrow it down. Dad (John Hopoate) would struggle so we'd leave him out.

Billy Slater (Storm)

Wipeout. I've always wanted to do that. I reckon it looks fun.

Jarrod Wallace (Titans)

You can't really win it but I'd love to go on Man vs Wild. Outback Wrangler is another one. He looks ruthless that fella. Matt Wright is his name. Hopefully someone can get me up there in Darwin with him for a couple of days.

Matt Gillett (Broncos)

Survivor. I'll be honest though, I wouldn't win. I wouldn't last long. I'd probably be out within a week or two but it would be a good experience.

Gavin Cooper (Cowboys)

I'd be good at Survivor but it has to be Naked and Afraid. I'm always nude at home. I'm very comfortable nude.

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