NEW CAST REVEALED FOR OXYGEN’S “BAD GIRLS CLUB: LAS VEGAS” PREMIERING ON JAN 23, 2012 AT 9PM ET/PT
November 14, 2011 by J!-ENT
NEW YORK – November 14, 2011 – Oxygen’s “Bad Girls Club,” takes on an all new city on Monday, January 23 at 9pm ET/PT with a hot new cast and a wild Las Vegas location. A brand new cast of seven young women travel to Las Vegas and in a series first, two of the girls are sisters…twins! Viewers will get a chance to meet the new cast on Monday, December 5 before the 10pm ET/PT premiere of “Love Games: Bad Girls Need Love, Too” during an exclusive “Bad Girls Club Preview Special” which will air at 9:30pm ET/PT.
“Bad Girls Club” adds some sibling rivalry to a new cast of young, bold, outrageous and endlessly entertaining women as they jockey for position as the head girl in charge. Each claiming to be the ultimate “bad girl,” can they put aside their differences and live together peacefully in a Las Vegas mansion – or will chaos rule?
Meet the new girls:
Erica “Venetia” – Atlanta, GA
Erica lives by the motto “get money, honeys” and has dual personalities – “Erica” likes playing men for money and living well while “Venetia” is a fierce competitive rapper that loves to make controversial music so girls flaunt their moves on the dance floor. She is constantly making her presence known everywhere she goes with her feisty attitude and fire engine red hair.
Amy – Chicago, IL
This former cheerleader loves to gossip and keep things fun. Amy has no problem seeking revenge on those she feels have wronged her from dumping trash on their beds to messing with their belongings. Although she said “yes” to a boyfriend who asked her to marry him, she packed up her bags and moved to Chicago for some freedom. For now, this fun loving prankster isn’t looking for anything serious and is just looking for a good time.
Gia – Newark, DE
Standing at just 4 feet 11inches, this Jersey girl comes equipped with a flair for dramatics and a mouth to go along with it. Passionate about her education, Gia is currently double majoring and is adamant that she will get her degree. A Hooters girl who is a self-described “sex kitten,” the qualities she looks for in a mate are “financial status and credit score.”
Danielle – Methuen, MA
At barely 5 feet tall, people underestimate Danielle until they are faced with her sharp tongue. She grew up with a tight knit family and a bossy twin sister, fellow “Bad Girl” Gabi. With few girlfriends, her twin will surely be the one she confides in at the Bad Girl house. She owns 150 pairs of heels and never wears sneakers unless she’s “pretending” to go to the gym.
Gabrielle “Gabi” – Methuen, MA
Bossy, funny and overbearing, Gabi has opinions about everything, especially when it comes to her twin, “Bad Girl” Danielle. Clearly her parents’ favorite, Gabi is perfectly content living her “spoiled” life under her parents’ roof.
Demitra – Miami, FL
A platinum blonde Haitian party girl with a punk rock look, Demitra works as a party host and music blogger. Known in the Miami party scene, Demitra’s job brings her a lot of perks that allows her to mingle with celebrities.
Jenna – Long Island, NY
Jenna is a feisty Italian/Hungarian American raised in Queens who believes that her big hair, great figure and big personality will make heads turn. After leaving home during her senior year of high school, she put herself through college. A vegan, she believes in looking good at all times and has a love for extreme sports, surfing and snowboarding.
“Bad Girls Club” is produced by Bunim/Murray Productions. Jonathan Murray, Gil Goldschein and Glenn Carrano serve as executive producers. Troy VanderHeyden and Maria Pepin serve as Co-Executive Producers.
About Bunim/Murray Productions
Bunim/Murray Productions is the leading producer of innovative entertainment content. The Emmy Award-winning company is widely credited with creating the reality television genre with its hit series The Real World (25 seasons for MTV). Bunim/Murray continued to innovate with the first reality game show, Road Rules (MTV), in 1995; the first reality sitcom, The Simple Life (E!), in 2003; and the first reality soap opera, Starting Over, in 2003. Bunim/Murray’s current programming includes The Bad Girls Club, Love Games and upcoming Best Ink (Oxygen), Keeping up with the Kardashians, Kourtney & Kim Take New York and Khloe & Lamar (E!), The Real World/Road Rules Challenge (MTV) and Project Runway and Project Runway All Stars (Lifetime). Bunim/Murray Productions has launched additional entities including M Theory Entertainment, BMP Films and M Music. BMP Films produced Pedro (MTV) and the Emmy Award-winning Autism: The Musical (HBO). Based in Van Nuys, CA, Bunim/Murray Productions was founded in 1987 by Jonathan Murray and the late Mary-Ellis Bunim. The company joined Banijay Group in 2010.
About Oxygen Media
Oxygen Media is a multiplatform lifestyle brand that delivers relevant and engaging content to young women who like to “live out loud.” Oxygen is rewriting the rulebook for women’s media by changing how the world sees entertainment from a young woman’s point of view. Through a vast array of unconventional and original content including “The Glee Project,” “Bad Girls Club,” “Hair Battle Spectacular,” and “Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood,” the growing cable network is the premier destination to find unique and groundbreaking unscripted programming. A social media trendsetter, Oxygen is a leading force in engaging modern young women, wherever they are, with popular, award winning features online including www.OxygenLive.com, the real time social viewing party that is also available as an app for the iPhone and iPad. Oxygen is available in 77 million homes, and can be found online and on mobile devices at www.oxygen.com
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