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E!'s House Of Villains & Host Joel McHale Return With New Villainous Reality TV All-Stars

Image-1-Joel McHale as Host of E!'s Reality Show House Of Villains Season 1 premiered on E! on October 12, 2023

E! will again unite under one roof ten infamous reality TV show stars when House of Villains returns this fall. Hosted by Joel McHale, the season one cast included Anfisa Arkhipchenko, Johnny Bananas, Shake Chatterjee, Jonny Fairplay, Bobby Lytes, Corinne Olympios, Omarosa, Tiffany 'New York' Pollard, Jax Taylor, and Tanisha Thomas.

The first season of House Of Villains concluded with Tanisha Thomas from Bad Girls Club winning the grand prize. She defeated Johnny Bananas from The Challenge, Anfisa Arkhipchenko from 90 Day Fiancé, Jonny Fairplay from Survivor: Pearl Islands, and Shake Chatterjee from Love Is Blind in the final round.

(l-r) Jonny Fairplay, Shake Chatterjee, Johnny Bananas, Omarosa, and Tiffany 'New York' Pollard in E!'s Reality Show House Of Villains premiered on E! on October 12, 2023

(l-r) Joel McHale, Jax Taylor, Shake Chatterjee, Johnny Bananas, OMAROSA, and Anfisa Arkhipchenko in E!'s Reality Show House Of Villains premiered on E! on October 12, 2023

Hailing from some of the most popular reality television franchises, these notorious villains must outsmart, out-manipulate, and out-scheme each other through a series of challenges to win a $200,000 cash prize and the title of America’s Ultimate Supervillain.

Week after week, contestants engage in a battle royale challenge designed to assess their physical, mental, and emotional fortitude. The victor of each challenge secures safety from elimination, while at the week's end, one villain faces expulsion.

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(L-R)-Camilla Poindexter (Bad Girls Club) and Jessie Godderz (Big Brother)-House of Villains S2-Photo Credit Art Streiber-E! Entertainment-2024

Camilla Poindexter (Bad Girls Club) gained fame on season 8 of Bad Girls Club, where she was removed for a physical altercation with the girls in the house.

She also appeared on Love Games: Bad Girls Need Love Too, America's Next Top Model Cycle 10, and the NBC series Momma's Boys. Poindexter is known as "The Cali Cutthroat."

Jessie Godderz (Big Brother) is a former contestant who appeared in seasons 10 and 11. Known for his muscular physique and strategic gameplay, some fans disliked him for his short temper, narcissistic attitude, and obsession with his physical appearance.

He was often involved in conflicts and gained a reputation for his inflated ego and self-proclaimed title of "Mr. Pec-tacular." In Big Brother 10, he clashed with other housemates and was evicted in Week 4.

Wes Bergmann (The Challenge) and Victoria Larson (The Bachelor)-House of Villains S2-Photo Credit Art Streiber-E! Entertainment-2024

Wes Bergmann (The Challenge) is known for his appearances on The Challenge and The Real World: Austin. He is strategic and has the ability to form alliances.

Wes is also known to be cunning and manipulative, willing to betray allies and engage in strategic backstabbing to get ahead. His temper and abrasive demeanor have solidified his reputation as a reality TV villain. Wes has won three seasons of The Challenge and was a finalist in five others, showcasing his dominance in the game.

Victoria Larson (The Bachelor) made waves on The Bachelor and Bachelor in Paradise. She infamously referred to herself as "Queen Victoria" on the show and garnered attention for bullying other women and offensive behavior.

Additionally, her real-life incident of being arrested for theft added to her controversial persona. Larson has been called a villain and the ultimate "Karen" by some Bachelor Nation fans.

(L-R)Tiffany New York Pollard (Flavor of Love) and Teresa Giudice (The Real Housewives of New Jersey) -House of Villains S2-Photo Credit Art Streiber-E! Entertainment-2024

Tiffany New York Pollard (Flavor of Love) rose to fame through Flavor of Love and I Love New York. Her larger-than-life personality and unapologetic attitude made her an instant hit with audiences.

Pollard is known for her memorable one-liners, relentless insults, and confrontations with fellow contestants, which added to the drama of the show. Despite her portrayal as a reality TV villain, Tiffany garnered a considerable fan following. Her infamous argument with Brooke "Pumpkin" Thompson, where she was spat on, solidified her status as a polarizing figure. 

Teresa Giudice (The Real Housewives of New Jersey) is infamous for her table-flipping scene in season 1, one of the show's most memorable moments. Some fans dislike her for her ego, hypocritical stances, and feuds with other cast members, including Jacqueline Laurita and her sister-in-law, Melissa Gorga.

Despite criticism, Teresa remains one of the most popular cast members of The Real Housewives of New Jersey. Her boisterous personality and legal troubles have kept viewers captivated.

(L-R) Safaree (Love & Hip Hop Atlanta) and Richard Hatch (Survivor)-House of Villains S2-Photo Credit Art Streiber-E! Entertainment-2024

Safaree (Love & Hip Hop) rose to fame on Love & Hip Hop Atlanta and later appeared on Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood and Love & Hip Hop: New York. His relationship with Erica Mena caused tensions with Joe Budden and Mena's exes, Rich Dollaz and Cyn Santana.

In season nine of Love & Hip Hop: New York, Safaree became a main cast member, showcasing his struggles with career setbacks like being robbed at gunpoint and having his private photos leaked. Some fans have criticized Safaree for starting arguments and avoiding responsibility on the show.

Richard Hatch (Survivor) rose to fame as the winner of the first season of Survivor. Hatch's cutthroat approach to the game, manipulation of fellow contestants, and infamous naked ambition contributed to his portrayal as a reality TV villain.

TV Guide ranked him thirty-first in its 2013 list of The 60 Nastiest Villains of All Time for his Survivor gameplay. His name can be found alongside other notable figures such as Teresa Giudice, Gordon Ramsay, The Borg, and Taxi's Louie De Palma. He remains a polarizing figure in the show's history.

Larissa Lima (90 Day Fiancé) and Kandy Muse (RuPaul’s Drag Race)-House of Villains S2-Photo Credit Art Streiber-E! Entertainment-2024

Larissa Lima (90 Day Fiancé) rose to fame on 90 Day Fiancé. She became one of the most controversial figures on season 6 of the TLC show. Her turbulent relationship with her now ex-husband, Colt, and his mother, Debbie, was heavily featured and led to numerous legal issues.

With her tumultuous relationships, arguments with partners, and encounters with the law, she was often depicted as a reality TV villain, eliciting both sympathy and criticism from viewers as she tackled the challenges of love and immigration.

Kandy Muse (RuPaul’s Drag Race), a Bronx Native, competed on season thirteen of RuPaul’s Drag Race in 2021, where she had an explosive argument with Tamisha Iman, creating one of the most memorable moments of the season.

The Dominican-American drag queen returned to compete on the eighth season of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars. She earned the nickname “The Producer” for her willingness to stir up drama for reality TV gold. Kandy Muse finished as a runner-up in both seasons.

Season one averaged 861,000 total viewers and 384,000 in the 18-49 demo across all platforms through 35 days, making it the network’s most-watched new series since 2020. House of Villains” is produced by Irwin Entertainment. John Irwin, Dave Kuba, Lisa Fletcher, and Matt Odgers executive produce.

If these cast members are anything like the cast from season one, House of Villains promises an epic clash of alliances, shattered trust, and cutthroat scheming as the villains vie for the ultimate title.

In this new season of House of Villains, who do you believe will reign supreme as America’s Ultimate Supervillain?

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