“The Challenge” Season 39 Will Not Star CT & Jordan

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MTV’s “The Challenge” Season 39 is preparing to start filming in June and fans are quickly finding out who to expect on the show and who not!!

According to Challenge Expert PinkRose, don’t expect Chris ‘C.T.’ Tamburello and Jordan Wiseley.

Why did CT pass on the upcoming season?

Tamburello filed for divorce from Solares in November 2022, citing that their relationship was “irretrievably broken.” One month later, Solares filed a separate request for the duo’s son to primarily live with her following their split. The December 2022 documents stated that Solares wished “to keep the minor child apart from the litigation and protected from any stress that may be caused from the hostile situation between the parties.”

With an intense divorce going on, we don’t expect to see him return anytime soon.

CT is still participating in acting:

Why did Jordan decline?

Jordan is allegedly focusing on a racing career!

Are you sad that there’s no Jordan or CT on the upcoming season? Let us know your thoughts!

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