(Sidebar) One million dollars is NOT that much money in 2017. I know, it’s crazy to say, but you couldn’t coast the rest of your life off of $1 million. Don’t get me wrong, I’d take it in a heartbeat, but I’d still have to get up every morning and go to work. Diapers are expensive.
Anyway, on tonight’s episode of The Challenge: XXX, contestants from the Redemption House will compete for an opportunity to win their way back into The Challenge. Below, are my rankings of who I want to be back in the game (from least to most).
LaToya has never made it passed the fourth elimination in any of the three seasons she has been on. Not great in competitions and not a big personality on the show. That’s not a recipe for ratings. LaToya doesn’t move the needle for me.
Oh, Amanda. I will give her this, she doesn’t take shit from anyone. Amanda has enough personality for her and LaToya…and then some. I wouldn’t mind seeing her back because she is a pot stirrer that can start controversy on cue. However, she’s VERY easily triggered. In Invasion of the Champions, Amanda flipped her lid completely off because Camila and Laurel played a prank and put potatoe chips in her bed. I’m out on Amanda when it comes to that.
Briana is my girl. She came to Colombia late because she replaced Ashley. So, she was behind the 8-ball from the jump when it came to her social game. I’d be ok with her earning a spot back in The Challenge.
This one was easy. Not only is Jenna a beast, but now that we can throw in the revenge factor with Jemmye, this could get wild! I’d LOVE to see Jenna back in The Challenge for that reason alone. Well that, and…
4) Derrick H.
Derrick H is rookie that we don’t know much about. I don’t have much of an opinion on him just yet. The only reason I can think for not wanting him back in The Challenge is because with him being gone, maybe Tori will stop talking about him in every interview. Did you know they were dating? Couldn’t tell.
I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again, Tony’s drunken antics are ratings gold. But when it comes to challenges, he just can’t stack up. I’m out on Tony.
I have absolutely nothing bad to say about Darrell. If I were a betting man, and I am, I’d bet the mortgage that Darrell is the last man standing in the Redemption House competition. Honestly, I felt like I was splitting hairs when trying to figure out who to put in the first and second spots of this list. Darrell earning a spot back in The Challenge would mean one thing…Cory’s days in Colombia are OVER!
The master manipulator, second only to Bananas in that department. Devin stirs the pot with the best of them and when the season is called “Dirty Thirty,” he NEEDS to be involved. He may not be the best when it comes to competitions, but he has an incredibly entertaining social game.