Bad Girls All-Star Battle is set to premiere Tuesday night and will feature 14 former "Bad" Girls that will compete for a $100,000 prize and the title of "Baddest Bad Girl of All Time."
Singer Ray J will host the 90-minute show, which debuts at 9 p.m on the Oxygen Network.
A few weeks ago, the network announced on the official Bad Girls Club's Facebook page the 14-baddest bad girls in series history. The cast includes:
Amber M--Season 3
Danni and Gabi Victor--Las Vegas
Natalie Nun--Season 4
The competition will divide the women into two teams which they will be put to the test every week in an endless physical and mental challenges.
Each week, there will be two different challenges. In the Captain's challenge, the girls will battle their teammates for a chance to win Team Captain. The winner will be saved from the elimination round.
In the second challenge, which is the team challenge, the entire winning team will be safe from elimination. The losing team will nominate two team members for elimination. At the end of each week's episode, the winning team will chose which girl from the losing team to go home. In order to survive the competition, the girls have to first survive living and working with each other.
Natalie Nunn may be the first bad girl to get the boot, as the below video shows the rest of the girls ganging up on her in the house.
"If you don't like me, I don't give a F***," she said.
Examiner reported that several of the cast members complained about adversity on the set before the series was even confirmed. Both Rocky and Shannon from Bad Girls Club Atlanta, expressed their frustrations at reportedly being deceived by producers.
Amber from Season 3 said being apart of the competition make her stronger as a person.
"I was never involved in athletics and my family didn't encourage competition growing up so I had no idea how much fun it was. Whenever I am put in competitive situations I either don't care, just plain suck at it, or I end up cheating to win," she said in an interview.
Host Ray J said that the first episode will blow fans' minds.
"Make sure you watch the first one. We had to make it 90 minutes instead of 60 because it just got that intense," he said in an interview, according to Miami Herald.