Fans will be slightly unhappy to know that several celebrities won't appear in upcoming reality TV shows. These include Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Lucy Hale, Chris Jaftha, and Jon Hamm. They began their career from television but now are not interested in the new episodes.

Beyonce

This gorgeous female began her career from “Destiny’s Child.” Now Beyonce is not interested in becoming a part of television programs. She claims that she has many projects in the queue, and cannot give proper time. Born in September 1981, she is an incredible American singer and actress. Beyonce has performed in dozens of singing and dancing competitions and released numerous albums.

Her best works include “Dangerously in Love,” “I am Sasha Fierce,” and “Beyoncé.” Besides being a singer, Beyonce has worked in American films. He best movies include “The Pink Panther,” “Dreamgirls,” and “Obsessed.” Her marriage to rapper Jay-Z influenced her career, and now she wants to pay more attention to her albums and movies than television programs.

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga's real name is Stefani Germanotta. In 2005, she participated in MTV prank show “Boiling Points.” The American singer got eliminated after five episodes. She has now become a successful and busy female celebrity. It seems that she has forgotten about her struggling days as she's continuously rejecting the offers from television.

Lucy Hale

According to Channel 24, Lucy Hale first came to prominence with the show “American Juniors,” a spin-off of “American Idol.” In her struggling days, Lucy played minor roles on television.

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There are rumors that the actress will make an appearance in the new season of “American Junior,” but she has refused to comment anything. It seems that Lucy Kate Hale is too busy on other projects.

Chris Jaftha

Chris Jaftha got recognition with his appearance in “Top Billings.” The actor managed to become one of the winners and received more offers from television. Born in 1959, Jafta studied at the University of Transkei. Due to his busy schedule, Chris Jaftha won’t participate in the new season of "Top Billings."

Jon Hamm

Jon Hamm is an incredible actor, director, and television producer. From 2007 to 2015, he played Don Draper in the AMC show “Mad Men.” His other prominent projects include “Providence,” “The Division,” “What about Brian,” and “Related.” The actor is now not interested in the new season of “Mad Men.” Since 2011, he’s busy in his Hollywood projects. At least two remakes of the science fiction movie “The Day The Earth Stood Still” are in development. Jonathan says that it’s tough for him to appear on television as he has short of time.