Though the filming and exhibition of a public television reality show regarding persons aspiring to be models was entitled to protection under the Anti-SLAPP statute (CCP 425.16(e)), the plaintiff, a real, well-known model, presented enough evidence to show a probability of success on her claims for invasion of privacy, intentional and negligent infliction of emotional distress and misappropriation of her likeness when the defendants included shots of plaintiff in her private changing room virtually nude (with no coverage of her breasts) as she changed from one costume to another.  A private dressing room is a place where one reasonably expects privacy, and being shown on national television in the nude is the type of invasion of privacy that is both outrageous and sufficient to support a negligence claim (based on evidence that photographers allowed into the dressing area are generally forbidden to photograph undressed models).