Since The Real World launched in 1992 and Road Rules in 1995, MTV has gathered quite the lineup of athletes to compete in The Challenge Opens a New Window. . But, what about the ones we haven’t seen in a while? Here’s a guide to everything you need to know about where some of your favorite reality stars are now.
After making her first appearance on The Real World: Las Vegas, the former Playboy model competed on The Gauntlet, The Inferno, Battle of the Seasons and Rivals II. She hasn’t appeared on MTV since 2013. She married fighter pilot John Hensz in March 2017 and is living in New Orleans.
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Also making his TV debut on The Real World: Las Vegas, Steven Hill only went on one season of The Challenge, Battle of the Sexes 2 in 2004. In 2007, he married designer Donna Katz and they had a son the following year. However, they divorced in 2010.
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Danny made a splash when he appeared on The Real World: New Orleans and went on to compete on Battle of the Seasons in 2002. Between the two, he appeared in an episode of Dawson’s Creek and went on to appear in multiple reality TV specials. In 2014, he moved to Georgia and worked in human resources until 2017. He currently works in Boston for the InVision App. He also married Wes Pereria in 2013 and together, they adopted a daughter.
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Julie also made her debut on The Real World: New Orleans, becoming the first Mormon to star on the series. She went on to appear on Extreme Challenge, Battle of the Sexes, The Inferno, The Inferno II and made her last appearance on The Gauntlet 2 in 2006. She went on to marry Spencer Rogers, a surgeon, and together they have three children, Evelyn, 9, Westley, 6, and Forrest, 2. She runs a personal website called, PlanetJulie.com.
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Katie made her debut in 2001 on Road Rules: The Quest and went on to appear on The Gauntlet, The Inferno, Battle of the Sexes 2, The Gauntlet 2, Fresh Meat, The Gauntlet III, The Duel II, The Ruins and lastly, Cutthroat, in 2010. Afterward, she moved to Kentucky to get her degree in finance and began working at a media production company. She’s also a real estate agent. She got married and welcomed a daughter in 2015. In 2018, she launched a decor blog, called decorkate.com.
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After making his debut on Road Rules: South Pacific in 2003, Abram went on to star in The Gauntlet, The Inferno, Battle of the Sexes 2, The Inferno II, The Inferno 3, The Island, Cutthroat, Battle of the Exes and lastly, Battle of the Bloodlines in 2015. He and brother Michael Boise launched Soundcolor Studios, to inspire creativity. He also spends a great deal of his time traveling. He is currently working on designs for an art museum in Shanghai, China.
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The world was introduced to Ruthie on The Real World: Hawaii in 1999. She appeared on Battle of the Sexes, Battle of the Sexes 2, The Gauntlet 2 and lastly, The Duel II in 2009. She now works behind the scenes in television production and has worked on shows like Bad Girls Club and Big Brother.
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While Kenny never appeared on The Real World or Road Rules, he made his debut on Fresh Meat in 2006 and then went on to appear on The Duel, The Inferno 3, The Gauntlet III, The Island, The Ruins, Fresh Meat II and lastly, Rivals, in 2011. Since then, he has taken on fitness and is the general manager at Solace Gym in New York City.
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The former beauty queen first appeared on Road Rules: Viewers Revenge in 2007, then competed in The Gauntlet III, The Duel II and Cutthroat. She married Challenge costar Brad Fiorenza in 2010 and they had two children. However, they divorced in 2016 and she is currently single, living outside of Chicago. She works as a talent acquisition specialist at ULTA Beauty.