Curve – November/December : Reality Star Rachel Robinson
Got a Hot tip form close button Aneesa made her television debut on MTV's The Real World: Chicago in and her ex-girlfriend Rachel Robinson became the first-ever gay couple to compete on Battle of the Exes. Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg Are Relationship Goals — and We're Not Worthy!. Aneesa and Rachel on being the only female and gay pairing on But when you come back in a relationship, you really have to protect it to. So how was their secret relationship revealed? Aneesa Ferreira, Rachel's ex- girlfriend and another Challenge vet, revealed the information. But those unaired moments are just the tip of the iceberg for one of reality TV's craziest shows.
This was a huge deal to walk into a Challenge and for us to be the token outsiders, and two girls on top of it. The women on the show I think it's extra hard to be a woman because the guys rally together and before you know it, it's a controlled game.
We stood our ground. We took on the biggest team in the house. The chips didn't fall in our direction this time but I feel like we made a huge statement to go through that experience and make it as far as we did. We were two eliminations away from the final! Does it annoy you that people bring up issues from previous Challenges and try to use them against you in the current game?
I feel like, it's a new day. Why are you bringing this up?
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Aren't you over it? Don't you have enough money? I told Johnny to let it go. I know what's going on and I'm not going to sit back and waste four weeks of my life riding easy breezy and then say, "Oh hey, I didn't know that was going to happen! Unfortunately, a lot of times, I'm not invited in. At the end of the day, I sleep good at night. It was very hard to make change in that house and I feel like someone like Emily should've been going after Camila.
So for Aneesa and I, it was very different because it was putting two people together who only have a history of competing against each other. It definitely played with my mind a little, you know?
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And I think the thing that motivated Aneesa so much was not only competing against the other teams but also competing against me. But to be honest, when I found out they picked Aneesa to be my partner, I was so happy. So that was my main objective, for the whole thing. So I knew Aneesa was going. So when I knew Aneesa would be on the challenge, that was actually the deciding factor for me to say I was going to be on the show or not.
I knew that if she was there, I would have a friend. You brought up your girlfriend. I feel like if my girlfriend was about to be on one of these shows, I would just assume we were going to need to break up. So, she sort of laid out a few things that she would definitely be uncomfortable with.
Then after a few weeks, things fell into place at the right time and I decided I was going. So, so far so good. I should knock on wood right now. I imagine that for some of the teams that part was really difficult. Well, the getting the honey off for us was no big deal. We just wanted to get the challenge done. But for other people, yeah, when they make up these shows and figure out who to cast and even the order of the challenges, to me is very, very, very well thought out.
And even where the challenges lay in the game in terms of where people will probably be at in terms of drama in the house. Whenever I walk away from this, but this time more than ever, I feel like I have to have a total mind detox.
- Aneesa and Rachel on being the only female and gay pairing on MTV’s “Challenge: Battle of the Exes”
Like just this alpha-male type-A man. Yeah living within that dynamic for a very long time was interesting for me.
It really re-enforced to me, the way our society has gender roles and stereotypes and the way sex plays a role. I hope that in some way there can be something that comes out of this. It sounds like this could easily become a university course in sociology or anthropology.