WE tv has announced the eleventh-season cast of couples looking to save their relationships when Marriage Boot Camp Reality Stars premieres Friday, September 7 at 9PM ET/PT: Desiree and Chris, Aubrey O'Day and Paul "DJ Pauly D" DelVecchio, Kim Richards and Wynn Katz, Puma and Quani, and Momma Dee and Ernest.
Filmed back in July 2017, the couples will be shown working through their scandals, dark secrets, and emotional cheating under the guidance of therapists Dr. Venus Nicolino and Dr. Ish Major. Judge Lynn Toler will also continue to make appearances on the show.
Desiree and Chris -- who are currently expecting Baby No. 2 -- appeared on Marriage Boot Camp to deal and hopefully overcome painful memories and tabloid rumors that continued to haunt them.
The couple fell in love and got engaged on The Bachelorette's ninth season in 2013, but only after Desiree was dumped and devastated by her frontunner, Brooks Forester, whom she seemingly believed was The One for her.
Aubrey previously competed on Making The Band and The Celebrity Apprentice. She also appeared on Famously Single and a previous Marriage Boot Camp season, while Pauly D currently stars on Jersey Shore: Family Vacation.
Pauly met Aubrey on Famously Single, and the couple -- who reportedly broke up right after they taped Marriage Boot Camp last year -- apparently went into the Boot Camp house with "dueling realities."
Kim stars on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. She and her boyfriend, Wynn, "have yet to spark any sexual chemistry in order to get to the next level of commitment," according to WE tv.
For the Black Ink Crew duo, there was tension between Puma and his wife, Quani, as she struggled to achieve her own goals and aspirations in life. Quani was also hesitant to take Puma's last name, Mrs. Robinson.
Meanwhile, Momma Dee and Ernest from Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta were both on the brink of a second divorce.
"After sending Ernest to prison for selling drugs, Momma has own her vices to confront," according to the network.
The network teases the experts will be shown pushing the pairs harder than ever before in attempt to mend their romances, with new drills that will "shake the couples to their core."
After 10 days of extreme relationship therapy, the couples were forced to decide whether they wanted to stay together or call it quits on their relationships.
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