The second episode of “The Challenge: All Stars” season two noticed the primary two returning OGs get eradicated from the sport in what turned out to be a really emotional elimination. Warning: This article incorporates spoilers for the second episode of “The Challenge: All Stars” season two, which dropped on Paramount Plus on November 18.
Leah Gillingwater and Derek Chavez had been each voted into the sector by the home out of the 2 choices chosen by the problem winners and the 2 misplaced their particular person matchups. Derek was despatched residence by Nehemiah Clark and beforehand opened up about his battle in elimination and his purpose for competing.
Leah additionally addressed her departure from the show and opened up about how glad she was to have returned to compete. The 41-year-old’s authentic season was “The Real World: Paris” and competed in just one “Challenge” season, “The Inferno,” which aired in 2004 practically 20 years in the past.
After Her Elimination, Leah Spoke About Her Brief Time on the Show & Hinted That She Would Be Open to Return
In an Instagram publish after her elimination, Leah wrote, “Well…it was enjoyable whereas it lasted! … I’m nonetheless in awe that I used to be given the chance to do that over again. I nonetheless cannot consider I went again after virtually 20 years!”
She gave a shout-out to Derek who had an emotional episode talking concerning the demise of his sister proper earlier than filming after which wrote, “I’m so fortunate to have competed towards @ayannasuperhero and so grateful for her motivation and encouragement that day. She went above and past to verify I completed that elimination (it was not straightforward, she killed it).”
She additionally addressed her return to the show after such an extended break, writing that she felt like a “deer in headlights with minimal connections” at first however by the point she left she beloved everybody. “Almost everybody,” she added with a wink. She thanked the followers and the community for supporting her and indicated that she could be taken with returning. “I promise if given the chance once more to return again, I’ll be ready to PULL mountains for you all. No weight will likely be a restrict!”
Leah beforehand spoke about how troublesome it was to affix the cast having so few connections with the opposite OGs. “I did not have relationships in the home and that’s what utterly went towards me,” Leah informed Us Weekly’s “Watch With Us” podcast earlier than the season premiered. “Everyone knew one another, and I could not chime into conversations with them. I used to be a little bit of an outcast.”
Leah Previously Revealed That Kendal Sheppard Convinced Her to Return & Spoke About Her ‘Inferno’ Elimination
In her interview with Us Weekly, Leah additionally revealed that Kendal Sheppard was the one who satisfied her to return. Her “Inferno” co-star initially informed her she ought to be a part of the primary season of the spinoff show however Leah stated she wasn’t . “I used to be like, ‘Absolutely not,’ as a result of I had a number of issues that had been troublesome to cope with,” she stated. However, after seeing Kendal on the season, the mom of 1 determined to return for the second season.
Leah added, “I’m extraordinarily match. I’m very sturdy. I needed to make, like, a bodily comeback as a result of C.T. [Tamburello] shamed me and kinda verbally beat the s*** out of me [on ‘Inferno’].” CT and Leah first clashed on their season of “The Real World: Paris” and the dangerous blood spilled over on “The Inferno,” the place Leah was despatched residence throughout an elimination that noticed CT yelling damaging feedback at her.
She stated she does not remorse telling him to “shut the f*** up” on the time however stated she does not have “dangerous blood.” She informed Us Weekly, “I do not know the way I’d really feel about seeing him. I’d are available with open arms however he was verbally not form in any respect. That resonates with me. … He’s a personality, I suppose, in some methods. I do not suppose that he would come up warmly and be like, ‘Hey, Le, I’m actually sorry.’ I do not suppose he would do this. I imply, he ought to.” She added:
If I noticed him in particular person, I’d hope that he could be … loving and sort. During that elimination with Kendal, he was motherf****** brutal and that was, like, so f****** imply. I’d by no means minimize [someone] down verbally that manner. I’d by no means do this. I do not consider in that.