Ready to go! Leah Gillingwater may not have been on reality TV in 18 years, but she’s more than ready to compete on season 2 of The challenge: All Stars.
During Thursday, November 11 episode of Us Weekly‘s “Watch With Us: Challenge Edition” podcast, Leah, 41, explained it Kendal Sheppard told her she was going to attend the first season of Paramount + spinoff, but she had no interest.
“I thought ‘Absolutely not’ because I had a lot of things that were hard to deal with, The real world: Paris alum told us. “Then I saw my little Kenny make a comeback and she said, ‘You have to do it [season] 2. “”
The New York native explained that she also wanted the second chance.
“I’m extremely fit. I’m very strong,” Leah said U.S. “I would like to make a physical comeback due to CT [Tamburello] embarrassed me and slapped me a little verbally s – t [on Inferno]. “
After sticking heads like roommates on The real world: Paris in 2003, CT, 41, and Leah continued the disputed relationship Infernoet. The night she was eliminated, he stood in the stands shouting negative feedback to her.
“I do not have bad blood with people. This is not how I live my life. However, I will say this, considering what I have been through in life since then, I look back on all the clips that people post about CT and say , ‘Hurry up the hell’, and I think, ‘You shut up the f-k.’ I do not regret it, “the reality star continued.” His life is so different. I do not know how I would feel about seeing him. I would come in with open arms, but he was verbally not friendly at all. It resonates with me. … He is a character, I suppose, in some ways. I do not think he would come forward hot and say, “Hey, Le, I’m really sorry.” I do not think he would do it. I think he should. ”
Leah stated that she would “never” close the door to a possible reconciliation, and she hopes to join a future Challenge so it could happen.
“If I saw him in person, I would hope he would be… loving and kind. During that elimination with Kendal, he was morph-king brutal, and it was like so f-king evil,” the mother told one. “I would never cut [someone] down verbally that way. I would never do that. I do not believe that.”
As for her time in All stars, fans will see that physically she can compete, but the political game is difficult.
“I’m very strong, but I did not have conditions in the house, and that was what went completely against me,” Leah said. “Everyone knew each other, and I could not get into conversations with them. I was a bit of an outcast. “
For more from Leah, listen to the entire podcast section above.
The challenge: All Stars season 2 premiere is now streamed on Paramount +.
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