“The Challenge: USA” is now eight episodes in and the competitors is heating up as TJ Lavin introduced final episode that the sport goes to be particular person shifting ahead.
The first particular person problem, Having a Blast, noticed the contestants should leap from a shifting speedboat onto a runway lathered with dish cleaning soap and run up and down a number of occasions because the runways had been being pulled by a barge. The ladies’s warmth got here down to 2 ladies, Sarah Lacina and Angela Rummans, however Angela edged out Sarah for the win.
Viewers noticed the 2 ladies throw shade at one another at numerous moments in the course of the episode, as Sarah stated that she thought Angela hadn’t confirmed herself but and had an “straightforward trip” all season. The remark raised eyebrows from many followers, who identified that Angela has received three challenges up to now whereas Sarah is the one girl who hasn’t but certified for the ultimate.
After the episode aired, Tyson Apostol sounded off on Sarah’s feedback and ripped his co-star for making that opinion. He additionally shared some fascinating behind-the-scenes details about Sarah’s claims in opposition to manufacturing.
Tyson Claimed That Sarah Was Saying That Production ‘Made’ Angela Win
On his weekly podcast “Surviving the Challenge,” Tyson instructed his co-host Amelia Wedemeyer that Sarah appeared “Very jealous and upset at Angela.” He stated she was “being like ‘Angela hasn’t confirmed herself in any respect.’ And I’m like… ‘hmmm. Interesting assertion.'”
He then continued with some behind-the-scenes data, stating that:
After the problem, Sarah went round claiming that manufacturing had made Angela win and that Sarah actually received however they introduced Angela because the winner as a result of Sarah clearly was by far the quickest though once we’re watching it you see Angela shifting about twice as quick as Sarah.
After the episode aired, Sarah was ripped on Twitter by many “Challenge” followers for her feedback about Angela and for making an attempt to enter elimination in opposition to Enzo Palumbo.
Tyson Said That Sarah Was Accusing Production of Being ‘Sexist’ for Not Letting Her Go Into a Men’s Elimination
Tyson additionally revealed on the podcast that Sarah confronted manufacturing later about wanting to enter elimination in opposition to Enzo Palumbo regardless of it being a males’s elimination day.
“She began the day with that,” he stated concerning his co-star’s feedback in regards to the problem’s feminine winner, “after which she was like… then she tried rallying all the home to go to manufacturing and say them they’re sexist for not letting her go in elimination in opposition to Enzo.”
Tyson stated he wished to be effectively faraway from these conversations. He defined that he’d like to “sit in on the conversations” like a “fly on the wall” however not be an energetic participant. “So yeah it went from ‘manufacturing’s rigging Angela profitable every part’ to ‘I’ve to go in opposition to a person in an elimination,'” he concluded, calling it a “rollercoaster.”
“The Challenge: USA” airs on on CBS on Wednesday nights at 9 p.m. Eastern and Pacific occasions.