Each of the women would tend to have psychological and behavioral problems. Mischievously sexual and rascally moments are also captured among the women. All seven women typically have different backgrounds and personalities. They are introduced to the show based on their capacity to be a "charismatic, tough chick. Their lives inside and outside of the house were chronicled and recorded by a production team. The format of the show shifted in later seasons. If a cast member violated production rules, she was often evicted from the show and, if it is early in the season, would be replaced by a new cast member.
The fourth season is considered the series' "breakthrough season" in that it became Oxygen's first series ever to average over one million viewers per episode. Of all the contestants, Kerry Harvick of season one was a successful country singer before the show. Thomas, who has been dubbed the "godmother" to all contestants,  had her own series entitled Tanisha Gets Married. Beyond that, we haven't figured it out yet.
Lasting until the final day without ever being kicked out or leaving for another reason is treated as an impressive feat on the series due to the level of violence and hostility. The replacement housemate is commonly hazed, aggressed at, and treated with prejudice. All or most of the girls typically form cliques between each other; create havoc and antagonize each other; book parties in night clubs; and engage in sexual antics and other mischief, all awhile attempting to maintain their personal lives.
Some cast members try to accomplish specific goals. Throughout the show, the "Bad Girls" must adapt to the frequent mood and behavior changes of their housemates. The Bad Girls Club creed , introduced in season three , is: .
The format for the first season of Bad Girls Club was different from that of subsequent seasons. The use of nicknames was not introduced until the third season. Season one was the first in which multiple "replacement Bad Girls" entered the show. Although there were differences in season one, the current rules have applied in all subsequent seasons. One feature continued from season one was the way the show opened: viewers were shown the biggest and most intense physical altercation of the season, and the program then went back to a time before it happened.
This fight usually gives you an idea of who is going to be the baddest, or one of the baddest, girls in the house. This altercation draws in many viewers and keeps them wondering what will happen next. In the second season , the format of the show changed drastically. The cast of season two were given mandatory non-profit jobs to help them build a work ethic and to experience the stabilizing effect of being interdependent with others, for example in teamwork and commitment, to equip them for success in later life.
The girls were given the jobs of planning, decision making, and building cooperation. Season two was the first and only season of the Bad Girls Club to do this, and was also the last to air minute episodes. In January , Oxygen released OxygenLive! It was broadcast after season six debuted on Oxygen, and focused on the cast of season six, occasionally bringing in "Bad Girls" from earlier seasons. Thomas asked the girls several questions to prompt rumors and confessions.
Many homophobic slurs have caught the attention of media outlets. Mitchell believes that most people know the cast are living "a bogus lifestyle", and assesses the message of the Bad Girls Club as "disturbing". Brian Lowry of Variety thought that the producers made the "wrong decision" when they created the show.
Lowry believed that the show "loses" and that Oxygen attracts viewers who generally get drunk at bars and make a scene. He also suggested that "maybe it's time to "BAG" these bad-attitude girls and beat a hasty retreat back to the real world". She believed that the "average emotional age" appeared to be 15, in contrast to the girls' real ages. She stated that the "unpleasant villains cancel one another out and actually make badness uninteresting", commenting that their behavior might not be "bad enough".
During "Off The Wall", the first episode of the fourth season , Natalie Nunn told Annie Andersen that Chris Brown was at a night club that she wanted to attend, and asked Anderson if she was a fan. Anderson said not, because of the domestic violence case that Brown was involved in.
Nunn defended Brown, saying "Who cares, Rihanna was a punk bitch, and she got her ass beat for a reason". After the episode aired, Brown reportedly stated that he did not know who Nunn was. Nunn questioned this during the reunion show,  claiming that Brown had said it because the cast of the show had not yet been revealed. Perez Hilton , the host of the reunion, asked Nunn if Rihanna had confronted her about her comments. Nunn answered yes, stating that the two had argued during a dinner party in New York City.
Kristen Kelly describing an incident that ensued prior to her altercation with Lea. He spiked the drinks with PCP hallucinogenic pills, and Guinane became intoxicated. She claimed to have suffered bruises on her body when the man grabbed her and handled her roughly. Guinane reported that the producers of the show did not want to identify the man on television for fear of a lawsuit. She blamed the drug for her hitting cast-member, Lea Beaulieu, in the face, leading to a fight.
After season five had wrapped, Catya Washington was sentenced to jail for possession of a concealed weapon and illegal use of drugs. During season six production, residents of Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles , complained that noise levels and swearing were unbearable and inappropriate for them and their children to listen to during the night.
She set up a petition calling for a ban on all production companies in the Sherman Oaks hills. The owner said that he would not allow this type of production to rent his home in the future. On April 12, , cast member Tasha Malek complained to an on-duty police officer outside the Bad Girls house about the conduct of fellow cast member Nastasia Townsend. She claimed that Townsend had placed her personal belongings into a garbage bag, telling her "she needed to leave the house", and that the incident had escalated into a fight.
Bad Girls Road Trip premiered on June 12, The show follows three past "bad girls" in their search for true love. The season concluded on April 27, Oxygen renewed the show for a second run ,  with Tanisha Thomas from season two of the Bad Girls Club as the host. In this season, Natalie Nunn season four , Amber Buell season three and Lea Beaulieu season five competed for true love.
Season 4 aired on November 5, , with Tanisha Thomas as the host yet again. This marked Tanisha's third time being the host in the series. Bad Girls Club: Flo Gets Married is a one-hour special that centers on season-four cast member Florina "Flo" Kaja , who had a traditional Albanian wedding , and on her pregnancy. It aired on Oxygen on February 28,  and was watched by , viewers. A documentary series titled Tanisha Gets Married premiered on May 7, With preparations for the wedding in order, issues arise between Tanisha and her soon-to-be husband Clive.
The show covers the family drama that occurs. The series also shows how Natalie's and Florina's issues with each other turn violent, and how this affects Tanisha. The series was produced by Productions with SallyAnn Salsano as executive producer. Season 11 alumnus Tiana Small won the competition, with season 11 alumnus Sarah Oliver being the runner-up. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the television series. For the song by Jeanette, see Bad Girls Club song. Mary-Ellis Bunim Jonathan Murray.
See also: List of Bad Girls Club episodes. They later discovered someone put PCP in my drink. They can't show it on the show because then that guy could sue for slander. I am honestly really upset they didnt explain that [during] the show. I think its [ sic ] really messed up how the entire story [wasn't ever] shown [on air], whatever.
Replacement bad girl. Love Games Tanisha Gets Married. Amber "Cookie" Meade The Firecracker. Whitney Collings The Straight Shooter. Annie Andersen The Control Freak. Florina "Flo" Kaja The Enforcer. Kendra James The Double Standard. Natalie Nunn The Socialite. Kristen Guinane The Pageant Princess. Ashley Cheatham The Southern Belle.
Charmaine "Char" Warren The C. Chief Executive Bitch. Lauren Spears The Southern Spitfire. Nicole "Nikki" Galladay The Prankster. Sydney Steinfeldt The Sexy Siren. Wilmarie "Wilma" Sena Rough Rider. Tanisha Gets Married. Nastasia "Stasi" Townsend The Powerhouse. Love Games 4 All-Star Battle 2.