Celebrity 'Survivor' All Star Starting a Record Label By Julie Jordan Julie Jordan Instagram Twitter Julie Jordan is an Editor at Large for PEOPLE. She has been with the brand for 25 years, holding various roles in the Los Angeles Bureau including Associate Bureau Chief. In 2006, she relocated to the Midwest where she continues to cover all things entertainment and Hollywood, including celebrity covers, features and specials such as Sexiest Man Alive and the Beautiful Issue.Prior to joining PEOPLE, Jordan freelanced for magazines such as SOUTHERN LIVING and graduated from the University of Missouri with a Bachelor's degree in Journalism. She is well-versed in what it takes to be the Sexiest Man Alive (having interviewed 11 of them for their cover stories) and considers shooting a confetti cannon on-stage alongside Garth Brooks during his performance of "Friends in Low Places" a career highlight. People Editorial Guidelines Published on January 29, 2008 08:00 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Justin Kahn/WireImage The lovable Rupert Boneham – from Survivor: Pearl s Island and Survivor: All Stars – has started a music label, PEOPLE has learned exclusively. Boneham, who calls the label “I Saw You On TV,” started the label to put the spotlight on unsigned artists. Specifically, he’s tapping into the talent pool created by reality TV who have not only the skills but also the personality and familiar face to connect with the public. He plans to release three volumes: Comedy, Video Game Composers, and Reality Stars, in May. The CDs will be supported by artist tours and more volumes will be announced throughout the year. Boneham won $1 million when he was voted America s Favorite Player during Survivor: All Stars.