Parting is such sweet sorrow…unless you cause some serious mayhem in The Real World house, in which case parting is production-mandated expulsion. And on the finale of Real World: Atlanta , Clint sadly added to the expanding list. In the pantheon of banished Real World housemates, Puck has the honor of being the only one booted for being too annoying. He constantly tried to get a rise out of his roommates, played practical jokes that went way too far and was — according to his fellow San Francisco cast members — too disgusting to be around. Puck is a Real World legend of sorts, though more for notoriety than merit. Trisha, a self-proclaimed devout Christian, seemed to forget the religious values of peacemaking during her Sydney stay, and routinely caused fights with Parisa. Finally, when she used physical force to push Parisa down, production gave Parisa the choice of letting Trisha stay, or sending her home. Aspiring model and entertainer Greg hardly made the most of his opportunities in Hollywood, and was routinely late or absent for his training at the legendary Groundlings improv theater. Finally, the comedy outfit let him go and, as production warned termination would mean expulsion from the show, too, Greg was forced to say see-ya to the City of Angels.
2. Teck Holmes (Season 8, Hawaii)
1. Trishelle Cannatella (Season 12, Las Vegas)
The Real World: Hawaii is the eighth season of MTV 's reality television series The Real World , which focuses on a group of diverse strangers living together for several months in a different city each season, as cameras follow their lives and interpersonal relationships. It is the fourth season of The Real World to be filmed in the Pacific States region of the United States, and the first season set in the United States to be filmed outside of the contiguous United States. The season featured seven people who lived in a modern beach house in Honolulu, Hawaii , which production started from January to May 15, The season premiered on June 15, of that year and consisted of 23 episodes. The cast was heavily concerned with castmate Ruthie Alcaide's excessive drinking, which resulted in her leaving the house to enter an alcohol treatment program. The cast resided in a 4,square-foot The property's two-story guest house housed the control room and production offices during the filming. By March , both houses were torn down, and new building permits were issued in February Almost every season of The Real World , beginning with its fifth season , has included the assignment of a season-long group job or task to the housemates.
But for those who went on the show with relatively squeaky clean pasts, what was next after their moment in the sun? How did they extend their fifteen minutes into a solid twenty? While some went into acting and others into politics, some got into porn. Much like our index of celebrity sex tapes or the complete guide to porn stars in film and TV , we present a glossary of reality stars who went on to do porn. Is it empowering when celebrities post nudes on the Internet? Find out what some of us here at VH1 had to say in the following clip.
When Trishelle first moved into the Real World penthouse, she informed viewers that she came from a small, conservative town. Two episodes later, she was engaging in a three-way make-out session in the hot tub. In addition, she appears on reality TV shows basically every year because, you know, she's Trishelle and that's what she does. They, of course, did the sensible thing: stripped naked and jumped into the pool together.