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James Wallington, from CW's "Capture," talks with GLAAD about breaking stereotypes and reality television
The CW's new reality show Capture features 12 teams of two dropped in a remote, mountainous area for one month, as they compete to be the last team standing and take home the $250,000 grand prize. This season features host and "Game Master" Luke Tipple and three out contestants, including James Wallington. James spoke with GLAAD about his experience on the show, challenging stereotypes, and what he hopes viewers will get from his story.
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