‘The Challenge’ Star Blasts Castmates as ‘Mean Girls’

Five episodes of “The Challenge: All Stars” season 3 have now dropped on Paramount+ and the primary half of the season confirmed one clear dominating alliance on the ladies’s facet of the competitors. Warning: This article accommodates spoilers for the primary 5 episodes of “All Stars 3” airing now on Paramount+.

There is a transparent divide in the home, with many of the girls on one facet within the Treehouse alliance, whereas KellyAnne Judd and Kendal Sheppard had been on the opposite facet till Kendal’s elimination by the hands of Beth Stolarczyk. The Treehouse alliance consists of Kailah Casillas, Sylvia Elsrode, Veronica Portillo and Roni Chance, in addition to Tina Bridges and Jemmye Carroll earlier than their exits from the show. Derrick Kosinski can be a member of the alliance as he’s staying in the identical room as the ladies.

KellyAnne lately addressed the alliance on the “Challenge Mania” podcast with Scott Yager and Derrick and threw some shade towards the Treehouse alliance. KellyAnne and Derrick shared with followers that there was an e mail leak earlier than the show that had all of the cast members listed within the “CC” subject of an e mail as an alternative of “BCC,” permitting all of the rivals to know prematurely who else can be there. They mentioned the leak helped some cast members and damage others as they had been capable of begin pre-gaming prematurely.

KellyAnne Said Kailah Wanted to Work With Her Until Sylvia Joined the Season & Called Them ‘Mean Girls’

During her chat with Derrick and Scott, KellyAnne mentioned that after the leak, “Kailah contacted me to see if we might work collectively earlier than the show began, and she or he did not know anyone. She did not know Sylvia [Elsrode] was going to be there. I felt unhealthy for her, and I used to be like, ‘Of course.'”

However, KellyAnne mentioned as soon as Sylvia was bumped from the alternates listing into the total cast, Kailah dropped her pre-season alliance and Kailah and Sylvia started to focus on KellyAnne and Kendal. The “Real World: Sydney” star additionally threw some shade towards the Treehouse alliance, saying, “Let’s be sincere, all of the imply women of the previous seasons had been in that room” and mentioned the Treehouse room had a “imply lady vitality.”

She mentioned Roni wasn’t a part of the destructive vitality however that others had been, asking Derrick, “Do you bear in mind when Sylvia, from the start, she was like, ‘I’m placing her in. She’s a b****,’ and she or he’d speak s*** each time she was drunk about me brazenly and loudly. And each time I walked within the room, they’d roll their eyes and look away, Sylvia and Kailah.” She added:

I stored making an attempt to be their buddy. It like introduced again reminiscences of once I was a little bit lady and my sister like I needed to be her buddy so badly, however like I wasn’t cool sufficient… I simply felt like I used to be just like the little sister, though I’m older than them and an even bigger vet than they’re.

Veronica Hit Back at Claims From Fans That They Were Acting Like ‘Mean Girls’

Veronica defended criticisms from followers who additionally shared that they felt “imply lady” vibes from the Treehouse alliance. On May 27, Veronica tweeted, “Actually, Jemmye, Kailah, Sylvia, & myself had a dialog on night time 1 about enjoying the sport collectively.” She mentioned she made it clear that she was a bundle take care of Tina.

She wrote, “I gravitated in direction of them bc 1, we had been in the identical room; 2, we had already come to an settlement; 3, we’ve historical past collectively; & 4, I really loved them.” Veronica then clapped again on the imply women label, writing, “I’m so sick of assured women being labeled as b****** & a bunch of assured women being labeled as ‘Mean Girls.'”

Veronica mentioned that Kendal and KellyAnne additionally mentioned destructive issues about Sylvia and Kailah throughout filming however their vibes made them come off as “victims of the ‘Mean Girls.'” She concluded, “It’s BS.”


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