As we approach the end of the second season of Champs vs. Stars, we’re saying good bye to a third group of stars. Except, Jozea has transitioned to a full-time Challenge competitor. While this is mostly due to his appearance on Big Brother, I can’t help but wonder which other competitors could survive a full season of The Challenge. Here are the spinoff stars I’d … Continue reading Ten Stars Who Could Become Champs
Each week, production has been giving the MVP a “power play,” a special advantage to interfere with the regularly scheduled game. While the Champs have been getting some nice privileges such as benching a competitor from the next challenge (Ashley’s power), giving someone immunity from elimination (CT’s power), or assigning a disadvantage to a team in the next challenge (Shane’s power), the Stars have received … Continue reading Casper’s Power Play: Proof of Rigging?
Leading in with a cliffhanger from last week. Episode 8 was viewed by 494,000 people and received a rating of 0.30 in the 18-49 demographic. Yikes! Big drop from last week. At least the season is ending soon, because I don’t think we can redeem it much. Continue reading Champs vs. Stars 2: Episode 8 Ratings
A cliffhanger from last week led us to the elimination. Elimination: Flip Cup- Jozea & Selita vs. Louise & Casper. Each competitor must flip three cups (six per team) like a standard game of flip cup. Then, competitors will get into a life size Solo cup and flip it three times total per team. Unsurprisingly, Louise & Casper win. The Challenge: Spot On- It’s a … Continue reading Champs vs. Stars 2: Episode 8 MVPs
When the Champs and Stars split into pairs, a few immediately caught my attention. Specifically, CT & Tony, Louise & Capser, and Wes & Booby. While these teams seem to be the strongest, there was one wild card team: Shane & Brooke. The Road Rules veteran and Hogan Knows Best star have taken a liking to each other and have proven they’re here to compete. … Continue reading Shane & Brooke: The Team to Beat?
With the teams dissolving this week, did people want to view the new duos compete? Or was everyone still recovering from a Memorial Day hangover? Episode 7 of Champs vs. Stars was viewed by 627,000 people and received a rating of 0.39 in the 18-49 demographic. This is actually a good move forward in both statics, so it’s quite positive for the show. Continue reading Champs vs. Stars 2: Episode 7 Ratings
Now that we have merged teams, The Challenge: Go Deep. Teams must navigate a ring through an underwater obstacle course. When one player comes up for air, the other player goes down and continues through the course. Every team other than Selita and Jozea finish, but Shane and Brooke complete the course the fastest and become MVP. Brooke feels Shane was the leader of the … Continue reading Champs vs. Stars 2: Episode 7 MVPs