Thanks to COVID-19, things have been slow. Shows have been postponed because filming isn’t safe right now and international travel is restricted. Mark Long has proposed an MTV spinoff filmed in the USA featuring only Old School cast members instead of athletes or “celebrities.” He has also created Twitter and Instagram accounts @WeWantOGs. Now, the concept is more than just an idea. Mark is trying … Continue reading Mark Long Calls for Old School Only Challenge
The Challenge has given us a number of successful people. Not just on the show, but some people have gone on to become bonafide celebrities. While some people fully embrace their past on the show, others have left their MTV experience in the rare view. Why do people do this? Mostly because it can hurt their chances of getting auditions and casting opportunities. One of … Continue reading Life After The Challenge: Should Celebrities Like Theo Von Ignore their Past?
It can take some Challengers years to build a reputation on the show. For others, one season leaves a lasting impression. Here are 10 Challenge competitors who managed to stick in the memories of Challenge fans with just one appearance. Note: Anyone whose only Challenge appearance is Free Agents or Battle of the Exes 2 is not eligible for this list. 10. Arissa- Battle of … Continue reading 10 Memorable Single-Challenge Challengers
More heartbreaking news for those of you who are keeping with the Diem. Her third battle with cancer has been a roller coaster. The lows have come in the form of set backs and medical challenges while the ups have come in the form of her positivity and support from friends and fans. This week, according to People.com, Diem discovered that her cancer has spread … Continue reading Diem Faces Another Set Back During Battle with Cancer
Seems like love is in the air, at least for some Real World & Challenge alum. Over the holiday season, we had two beautiful ladies announce their engagement. Firstly, Paula Walnuts got engaged around Christmas time. Luckily for her, she won the most recent Challenge season (Rivals 2). Hopefully she saved up enough winnings to book a nice honeymoon. The second announcement came around New … Continue reading Guess Who’s Getting Married!
Right now there’s a magazine out named Real Stars: Where Are They Now? I’m not sure which company published it, but I saw it at Barnes and Noble today. I’m going to give a quick summary of what I saw in the magazine. I’m relying 100% on memory right now, so I might be slightly wrong. Basically, the magazine featured the A,B,C”s of reality TV. … Continue reading Real Worlders and Road Rulers featured in Real Stars Where Are They Now?
Jamie Chung is on the rise in Hollywood, but The Daily Beast was able to catch up with her for an interview about her acting career. Jamie also goes back in time to talk about her appearances on The Real World and The Inferno 2, as well as her upcoming films. Jamie talks about her strict family, and that once her father figured out what … Continue reading Catching Up With Jamie Chung
In the early days of the challenges seniority didn’t rule. It wasn’t until Battle of the Sexes 2, when The Miz stuck around way longer than he should have, that we saw the rookies get sent home early just because they were new. It was then that politics became an important part of these challenges. Here are some of the first time competitors that did … Continue reading Beginners Luck
Yesterday I posted a list of people that have been trying to get a win but have yet to win. Today, I’m making a list of people that went on just one challenge, won, and have never set foot on another one. My list only includes people that have won elimination-based seasons, so anyone that was on the first 4 seasons will not be on … Continue reading Won & Done
For anyone that saw the Hangover 2 recently, you may have noticed that Jamie Chung had a supporting role in the film. She played Lauren, Stu’s bride-to-be. Ever since she last appeared on The Inferno 2, Jamie has embarked on a successful acting career. She’s had a number of roles, including a supporting role in horror flick Sorority Row, a leading role in the live action version of Dragonball Z, and she starred in an ABC family movie. Hopefully the success of the Hangover 2 will give her acting career a good boost. It’s nice to see that someone from the Real World can actually make it in Hollywood!
Here’s a look at Jamie on the Inferno 2. Her only challenge, but a challenge she won.