Vikki mongeon dating

02 Dec

The trailers showed you guys arguing sometimes and shoving each other off the chairs. Before we had our own little outlets, now we're like a happy, little married couple!

Vikki: I think we probably fought more at the chair thing than we ever fought before, but at the end, it brought us closer together. TVGuide.com: Did you talk to Tila before the show or get any advice from her?

But it just so happens that they were doing auditions and our manager got us an audition with the audition team, and I guessed they loved us and sent us over to MTV and they liked us too, so history was being made?

TVGuide.com: Did you both want to do it, or did one of you need convincing? It was awesome because it was the first time in a really long time that we both were single and we both had been single for a while, so it wasn't like we were just coming out of a relationship.

So I went to ask our mom for a blanket and my mom asked why I needed a blanket, and I was like, "Well Rikki and this girl are in the back of the truck making out and it's not comfortable, so they need blankets." And she was like, "What?! Rikki: It was so weird because in one of her interviews [on the show], she said she's always liked girls, blah, blah, blah. That was when I realized that there are people here that aren't what they seem. People might be here to be on TV or for her own benefits or they're just addicted to fame." I started second-guessing my decision to come on the show because right from the beginning, I was let down.

When one person lets you down, you automatically put up a guard and we looked at everybody like, "Well, she wasn't here for the right reasons, is anyone else is?

Vikki: I like people who are true to who they are, aren't afraid of what other people think of them, can go around and dance and laugh and be silly — you know, not be afraid of people judging them.

(2008), are now serving double shots and margaritas at Banditos Tacos & Tequila, the new 9-0 competitor just on the outskirts of USC’s campus.

With Vikki, she never gets along with people that I date, so I figured this would be great because you could actually meet them, hang out with them, and if you don't like them, then it's probably a good way for me to tell them "goodbye" because in the past it's always been really hard because I had to choose between her and the person I was dating.

Vikki: The only thing we were hesitant about going into it was how our family was gonna react.

The show, like its predecessor, is a bisexual-themed dating competition where 12 hetero males and 12 lesbian females live in a house with Rikki (Erica Mongeon) and Vikki (Victoria Mongeon) and compete for their attention and affection.

One of the contestants, Kandice (Kandi) Hutchinson, died in a car crash shortly after the end of production.