‘The Challenge: All Stars’: Why Beth and Trishelle Might Become Rivals if There’s a Season 2

During The Challenge: All-Stars, Beth Stolarczyz and Trishelle Cannatella didn’t interact on camera much, especially as the latter went home early into the competition. However, following the reunion, the two had a Twitter interaction implying they might have beef in the future if they both return for another season.

The Real World's Beth Stolarczyk (L) and Trishelle Cannatella pose at a party to celebrate the release of "Reality Unleashed"
The Real World’s Beth Stolarczyk (L) and Trishelle Cannatella pose at a party to celebrate the release of “Reality Unleashed” | Kevin Winter/Getty Images

Beth Stolarczyk and Trishelle Cannatella returned for ‘The Challenge: All Stars’

In 1999, The Real World: Los Angeles housemate Beth Stolarczyk debuted on the competitive spinoff, Real World/Road Rules Challenge, where she finished as a finalist. Although she played her best game during The Gauntlet 2 (2006) by becoming the team captain and eliminating two frontrunners, the Real World star quit, believing it went against her morals.

However, in a May 2021 tweet, she claimed she left the competition because Aneesa Ferreira “bullied” her. Beth competed in five other seasons but failed to make the finals again.

Hailing from the original The Real World: Las Vegas (2002), Trishelle Cannatella competed in two seasons before seeing her first final in Battle of the Seasons (2012), where she finished second.

The reality star briefly returned for Rivals II (2013) but quit following a confrontation with Aneesa. After taking several years off from The Challenge, Beth and Trishelle came back for the spinoff featuring only OG players, All-Stars.

Cast members claim Trishelle wanted to face Arissa Hill for elimination

Following the series, the cast unpacked the season and revealed behind-the-scenes information. For example, when discussing Trishelle’s fight with Katie Cooley, her longtime friend, Jemmye Carroll, explained how it escalated.

According to the veteran, several players spoke about who Trishelle wanted to face on the balcony but noted Katie didn’t say anything, which reportedly bothered the Real World: Las Vegas star.

Therefore, Derrick Kosinski telling Trishelle her opponent instead of Katie seemed to serve as another “strike” that caused her to explode. When asked if they thought Katie was a “bad friend,” Beth chimed in, noting she considered Trishelle in the wrong because she threw her ally “under the bus.”

She also felt the Real World star had built up “resentment,” causing her to say mean things to Katie. In defense of Trishelle, who didn’t attend the reunion, Jemmye claimed Katie should have said Arissa Hill’s name on the balcony because they were friends.

Trishelle says she wanted Beth, ‘The Challenge’ star responded

The reality star responded to a clip of the cast discussing the fight, tweeting, “To be clear, I never said I wanted Arissa.” She also claimed she doesn’t know why Jemmye believed that but understands why others were confused because the confrontation wasn’t “fully explained.”

Trishelle explained she wanted to face Beth but ended up going against Kendal Sheppard, who sent her home.


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Responding to a fan, the Real World star claimed, “everyone knew I wanted Beth,” but noted Mark Long and Eric “Big Easy” Banks shot her idea down, and Katie didn’t speak up.

Beth saw the tweet, replying, “Cool! Can’t wait to see you on the next challenge!” Therefore, if there’s another season and they both return, the ladies will likely have beef as Beth implied in her message. The Challenge: All-Stars airs on Paramount+.