The Real World News
MTV has announced The Real World Awards Bash: Roast 'Em and Toast 'Em, the long-running MTV reality series first awards show that will bring together cast members from all 20 seasons, will air Saturday, March 29.
MTV has announced Tinseltown as the setting for The Real World's upcoming twentieth installment -- The Real World: Hollywood -- which for the first time will also "go green" in order to educate younger viewers on the importance of incorporating environmentally-friendly decisions into their everyday lives.
USA Network announced that former The Real World: Las Vegas and The Surreal Life star Trishelle Cannatella has joined the cast of Dr. Steve-O, a new reality series that will chronicle former Jackass and Wildboyz star Steven "Steve-O" Glover's attempts to toughen up men across the country.
MTV has announced The Real World: Sydney -- the nineteenth installment of the long-running reality series which is set down under in Australia's largest city -- will premiere Wednesday, August 8 at 10PM ET/PT.
Coral Smith first appeared on MTV's The Real World: Back to New York in 2001 and has since competed in five editions of Real World/Road Rules Challenge -- winning her first, making it to the end of four of the five and having to excuse herself due to injury the other time. However the battles and challenges she overcame while appearing on the MTV reality competition series apparently pale in comparison to the internal struggles she's faced.
Frankie Abernathy didn't make it through the entire season as a housemate on MTV's The Real World: San Diego in 2004. However she still spent enough time with her fellow housemates to become close with them -- especially Jacquese Smith -- who said he was "shocked" Monday to learn Abernathy had passed away over the weekend.
Former The Real World: San Diego housemate Frankie Abernathy has lost her battle with cystic fibrosis and died at age 25.
Less-than-stellar ratings for MTV's "The Real World: Denver" may have observers wondering if the show has legs but don't count Denver officials among them.
In a move would seem to mark an acknowledgement that the once groundmaking reality series has lost its way and devolved into little more than several months of drunken partying, fights and hookups in recent seasons; MTV's The Real World has announced a "back to basics" approach to the casting of its upcoming twentieth edition.
MTV has announced that The Real World is going down under for its nineteenth season. The long-running reality show's next season will take place in Sydney, Australia, with filming scheduled to begin sometime in the first quarter of 2007.
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