The Real World has been around television for the past 30 years. It still hasn’t lost a beat.
The Hot Zone USA had the opportunity to attend the launch party of MTV’s Real World Skeletons at Pacha Nightclub in New York City. The party can be summed up in one word: Crazy!
When you first stepped in the club, you would think that it wasn’t a club. It seems more of a lounge. There are two floors to the club. The second floor consisted of a bar and a shower where one of the dancers danced inside (with the water on, use your imaginations gentlemen.) The first floor of the club consisted of a dance floor. Although the club is nice, I found it to be a little bit cramped. There was little to no space to dance on the second floor.
Now let’s get back to the Real World Skeleton Cast. The cast was very nice and didn’t seem as stuck up as other reality TV show celebrities. The cast members consist of the following:
Sylvia, 25: She describes herself as a “serial dater” with a roster of men behind her. Although she gravitates toward relationships that aren’t the most healthy, it’s possible she’s still dealing with her stepfather abandoning her when she was just a child.
Jason, 24: He describes himself as someone who has lost his job just prior to entering “The Real World” house. Raised by his mother, this lady-killer has always lived with a tight wallet. The one thing that never meeting his father taught him was to never walk out on one’s family.
Madison, 23: She is recovering from a six-year battle with drug addition. The happy Texan claims she is “reborn” and is determined to keep her life on this new track of sobriety.
Nicole, 23: This Staten Island born and raised girl has an aggressive attitude, The openly lesbian EMT has two twin sisters and claims she can steal anyone’s girlfriend.
Tony, 25: He is a cheater. Obviously it’s gotten him in trouble in the past as his dating history includes a lot of bad blood and apparently one stalker.
Violetta, 23: She describes herself as a former fat girl who was bullied in high school. Motivated by this, she started to lose weight and started to look great. The brash party-girl ended up becoming a bit of a bully herself.
With these cast of characters, you can imagine things are going to crazy. Overall the party was great.Great vibe and everyone seemed to have fun dancing and mingling with the stars. The appearance of Lil Jon made the party even more better. He rocked the house as he played hits such as “Turn Down for What.”
The only drawback: The club wasn’t as open as I thought it would be.
The Real World Skeletons premieres December 16th at 10 pm.