MTV’s “The Challenge” Star CT Tamburello is currently posting a handful of throwbacks on his Instagram of the love of his life, Diem Brown!
CT is currently going through a tough divorce and the throwbacks are putting a smile back on his face during rough times.
“🎼Somethin’ always brings me back to you…
So adorable! CT recently found an old hard drive with old content of him and Diem on it and he’s now sharing piece by piece with fans.
Brown and Tamburello met in 2006 while competing on the MTV show The Duel, which was the title of season 13 of The Challenge. The two were allies in the series and their connection blossomed into a relationship. At the time of filming, Brown completed a round of chemotherapy to treat her ovarian cancer. After reportedly collapsing on set in August 2014, she was removed from the game to get treatment for a stomach ache. Four months later, Brown died after her cancer had returned for a third time and spread at the age of 32 years old.
You can catch their seasons together on Paramount+.
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