Who We’re Most Excited To Watch on House of Villains Season 2

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House of Villains is returning for a second season, and we are stoked! The first season was a huge hit, and it looks like Season 2 has the potential to be even better. House of Villains has the perfect concept for a reality show, combining “villains” from reality shows on different networks. Season 2 has the perfect cast of these so-called villains, three of whom we are particularly excited about!

Teresa Giudice

Teresa Giudice is the only cast member who has been featured on all 14 seasons of Real Housewives of New Jersey. While Teresa has had a long run, she’s also been a problematic cast member.

The RHONJ star has been causing issues since Season 1. One of Teresa’s most memorable moments was her iconic table flip. While it was somewhat humorous, it ultimately showed a lack of class. Throughout the seasons, Teresa has had a hard time controlling her anger, which isn’t a good look.

Teresa also has a habit of causing drama with her family, which has caused many viewers to see her in a poor light as well. From early on, Teresa has caused problems between her brother Joe Gorga, and his wife Melissa Gorga. In addition to this, Teresa has tried to involve her parents in her feud with her brother and his wife, which is extremely immature at her age.

Finally, Teresa earned ultimate villain status when she spent 11 months in jail. Teresa, along with her ex-husband Joe Giudice, pleaded guilty to a list of offenses including bankruptcy and tax fraud. While there are certainly worse crimes, this doesn’t exactly make Teresa Person of the Year. Teresa has shown her villainous side on more than one occasion, making her the perfect candidate for House of Villains Season 2.

Larissa Lima

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Another cast member we are hyped to see on House of Villains Season 2 is none other than Larissa Lima. Larissa made her reality television debut in the 90 Day Fiancé franchise, with her ex-husband Colt Johnson. Colt brought Larissa to the United States on a K1 visa, although their marriage was short-lived.

Larissa was unhappy with America from the minute she arrived. She had an issue with Colt’s mother Debbie Johnson in particular, and the fact that she still lived with her son. After less than a year together, Colt and Larissa ended up going their separate ways.

After her time on 90 Day Fiancé, Larissa returned to tell her side of the story on 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After?. The spin-off followed Larissa’s journey after leaving Colt and dating Eric Nichols for some time. Despite moving on with her love life, Larissa feared deportation after Colt brought her to court on charges of domestic violence.

Larissa was one of the biggest villains in 90 Day Fiancé history, which makes her a great fit for House of Villains. Without a doubt, Larissa will bring the craziness and entertainment for Season 2. After all, if she flushed her wedding ring down the toilet, there’s almost nothing she wouldn’t do!

Victoria Larson

Victoria Larson was extremely entertaining on The Bachelor, and we hope she will bring the same energy to House of Villains. The “Queen” Victoria made her debut on Matt James’ season of The Bachelor, where she made a name for herself in a short amount of time. Victoria struggled to get along with the rest of the women and made herself an outcast from the start.

Throughout her time on The Bachelor, Victoria declared that she was royalty in comparison to the rest of her competition. When Matt eventually sent her home, Victoria shocked fans when she scolded Matt upon her exit. No matter how upset they may be, it is typical for contestants to always wish the lead the best when they leave. Victoria, on the other hand, had no problem breaking this trend.

After her gig on The Bachelor, Victoria briefly appeared on Bachelor In Paradise. Since she didn’t make any connections, however, she was sent home during the first rose ceremony. To be honest, I was upset we didn’t get to see more of Victoria on BIP, as she is just that entertaining. Thankfully, we will soon get to watch this queen grace our screens again on House of Villains Season 2!