MTV’s “The Challenge” Star Laurel Stucky just returned to Twitter and she’s getting the fans all hyped up!
She took to Twitter to tease “The Challenge: All Stars” Season 4.
“Ok so this is funny, last time I signed into twitter I had a verification, but now they took away the verification AND made it so accounts are less safe. Who on EARTH would pay for a blue check mark? As Jakk would say “twitter is not the vibe.”
All I really care about w/ social media is figuring out some way to connect w/ those that love The Challenge, & or relate to me in some way. I’ve been off social media for a while now, but meeting you out in public where you say hi to me has been fun bc I get to see your faces!
All the people I have met that way have been cool people, said hi, or expressed a nice sentiment, and I like regular people like me who are doing their own lives but also watch the show, and let me know how it’s been a part of their lives!
Also, Challenge fans should be excited because of what is up and coming. Can’t wait til secret stuff is released 😊”
Fans are waiting patiently for All Stars 4 and we hope to hear something soon!
Hosted by TJ Lavin, this all-new season welcomes back 24 of the fiercest reality titans from the hit franchise’s long history, including some who haven’t competed in more than 20 years. With past relationships that run deep and competitive streaks that never die, they will have to overcome the obstacles both in and out of the game to take hom the win. Returning for a chance to win the ultimate competition, the players will face unprecedented, over-the-top challenges and vie for their shot at the $500,000 prize.
THE CHALLENGE: ALL STARS was created for MTV Entertainment Studios by Bunim/Murray Productions. Julie Pizzi, Justin Booth and Mark Long serve as executive producers, and Diego Amson and Chris Ray as co-executive producers. Katie Gallagher and Kristen Bihr serve as supervising producers. Dan Caster and Leanne Mucci serve as executive producers with Jared March as supervising producer for MTV and Donny Herran as SVP of Production.