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Trishelle moved to Los Angeles and appeared on Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Gauntlet and Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Inferno.

She began dating Mike "The Miz" Mizanin (from The Real World: Back to New York) during The Gauntlet.

So here are the cast members of every season of The Real World from New York (1992) to Las Vegas (2002), ranked from worst to best.

There's nothing wrong with being a reality TV villain, but unlike so many of his brethren, Justin is also utterly forgettable, proving his duplicitous deeds were for naught (his most memorable scheme involved emotionally and mentally manipulating the already emotionally unstable Amaya Brecher during their vacation in India).

"I occasionally chat with Irulan via text," she adds.

"I haven’t actually seen anyone since that reunion show in Vegas [in 2007].

She was even awarded as the “Roommate You Love to Hate.” Who could forget when she told cast member Julie in the “Inferno” challenge that she didn’t wrestle, but that she “beat b***hes up! Her fiery temper and personality definitely made Miss Thang a favorite and a villain all in one.

Though Smith never won one of the six challenges she competed in after appearing on “The Real World,” she’s doing good for herself.

With a hot tub, free-flowing booze and a crop of cast members hand selected for drama, the first Las Vegas season of the series is, by far, one of its most memorable.Arissa made it to the final three women, but ultimately lost to the men. There, he began a brief relationship with fellow contestant Angela Trimbur (from Road Rules: X-Treme), but he didn't like the way in which their relationship was portrayed.Her appearance on Battle of the Sexes 2 caused some friction among her former cast members, as Alton, Irulan and Steven all claimed on the now defunct that she was pretentious. During the show, Frank was accepted to the University of Southern California Marshall Business School to earn a Masters degree in Business Administration, though he never enrolled. He appeared on Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Gauntlet 3 in 2008.Justin left the house early, citing a family emergency as the reason for his exit. Sure, it's tough to leave an enduring impression when you're a replacement roommate (see No.64), but if your legacy includes letting all the members of your crappy rock band squat in MTV's shared sublet, perhaps you were better off not applying?