Frankie was a punk rock type of girl that participated on the show “The Real World: San Diego.” The majority of Real World followers concur that this chick was their least favorite cast member of all-time.
Frankie caused a lot of drama on the show, intentionally cut her wrist in one scene, and cheated on her poor boyfriend countless times while she was away from him. She would go to the bars or clubs at night, get absolutely intoxicated, and sleep with random guys she encountered throughout the night. The next morning she would call her boyfriend back home and tell him what she did, basically making everyone realize she was a slut. The most annoying part was that she still went on and told people how great of a girlfriend she was.
Arian Mayer was a participant on the reality television show “Tough Love,” a show that has host Stephen Ward conveying relationship advice to women who need it. Arian didn’t exactly seem like she belonged on this type of show, as it appeared she had no interest in being involved in a long-lasting relationship. What gave it away was her presenting the list of 100 men she has slept with in the series’ cast introduction.
Throughout the series, Arian attempts, and becomes extremely successful, in pursuing men into sexual encounters. She is caught on camera hooking-up with guys she knew for only several minutes. In one episode, she lashes out at Stephen when he calls her out for partaking in these one night stands and presenting her chest in an inappropriate manner. Her immaturity, stupidity, and urgency for sexual relationships tarnished her reputation as a likable reality television character.
Referring to herself as a barbie and a model, alongside being largely unintelligent, led people to dislike Charla from “Paradise Hotel.” She was quoted saying, “We just have to keep playing the dumb models. We have to be Barbie girls in a Barbie world.”
The most debatable decision Charla made was at the end of the season when she didn’t split the winnings with Dave, the guy who took her under his wing and carried her to the end, and the most deserving of the prize money. That selfishness alone turned many against her, and it may hinder her future as a potential entertainer.
Having numerous Facebook fan pages titled “I Hate Wendy Pepper” and “I Hate Wendy Pepper” t-shirts being sold on the largest online clothing stores definitely constitutes to being one of the most hated reality television characters ever. She was the nasty contestant on the first season of “Project Runway,” a series that revolves around fashion design.
Wendy was considerably older than the other contestants on the show, giving her excuses as to why she should be treated differently. She cries when a picture of her child is ruined, and repeatedly states how she has a great daughter and this show is her last chance at “making it.” Many followers also noticed her acting and talking totally different in one-on-one interviews and competitions, signs of being fake on the show.
Most people would feel bad for a person like Matt, a man suffering from diastrophic dysplasia, commonly known as dwarfism. He stars in the show “Little People, Big World” with his family of six, but he tends to irritate his audience due to several of his traits.
Matt carries and displays some tedious habits as he goes on in his life. The most annoying habits of his tend to be the way he treats his employees and family, how he never stops talking, how he always mentions that he has his own business, and frequently states how he can’t do things because he is a little person.
Sometimes for reality television it’s not about having characters that people love, but having characters that people absolutely love to hate. In “Flavor of Love,” Sister Patterson was definitely one of the reality stars that America loved to hate. Even though she allegedly lied about being a Christian and going to church, reality television followers oppose her because of other personality traits.
Not only is Sister Patterson one of the most opinionated women on the planet, but her opinions don’t, and shouldn’t, hold any weight. Aside from that, she is arrogant and malicious towards others, particularly her supposed husband. She treated him worse than criminals are in jail, continually screaming and overly disrespecting him on the show. Only God knows how she treated him off-air.
There are a few things about “The Hills” star Heidi Pratt, formerly known as Heidi Montag before she got married, that people absolutely cannot stand about her. Her refusal to let anything get between her and her husband, Spencer Pratt, a man publicly labeled as a cheater with other girls, deems to be the most frustrating. Followers of this reality star and singer suggest she is just too unintelligent to care or take action about the situation, even when it can be seen on television.
Then there are the events occurring on November 20, 2009. With Heidi already having a great body and natural look, she followed through with ten plastic surgeries, including a nose job revision, chin reduction, neck liposuction, and breast and buttock augmentation. This day put the icing on the cake in terms of transforming one of the already falsified girls on reality television into a legitimate plastic doll. It definitely fits her stuck-up attitude, but little did she know it also crushes her dreams of being labeled perfect, something she has so desperately wanted.
Brad Womack got two chances to appear on the reality television show “The Bachelor”, so is that why people dislike him? He was widely known as the most hated Bachelor ever even before the second time he became the focus of the show again, so him coming back trying to find love for a second time just added to the hatred.
The reason most men have a distaste for Brad might be because he had those two shots of finding love with a large, great, beautiful group of women. As for the females that dislike Womack, it might be because he left the show with nothing. He rejected every contestant to be by himself, an event that took place for the first time in the show’s history. The reason he pulled the stunt is something female viewers can’t wrap their mind around. Maybe it was because he has high standards for himself, thinks he can do better than all 25 of them, or just wanted to make reality television history.
One of the most controversial reality television shows, “16 and Pregnant,” has also featured one of the most controversial reality TV characters in Ryan Edwards. On the show, Ryan is the significant other to Maci Bookout and father to son Bentley Cadence Edwards.
During high school, Maci gave birth to her baby and put all her focus and attention on the child. She attended an accelerated school to get her education over and done with quicker, and quits her dance team to spend more time with the baby, realizing how much work needs to be applied. With all this going on, Ryan continues the life he was living before the child was born and utterly disrespects Maci, her family, and their child by not providing anything for any of them.
The parents broke up and while Maci proceeded in life alongside Bentley, Ryan went his own way. He was recently alleged to sending nude pictures of himself to a girl he met on Facebook, demonstrating his immaturity and irresponsibleness he portrayed while being a character on reality television.
Jon Dalton schemed the so-called “greatest lie in ‘Survivor’ history” while he was an active cast member on the show “Survivor: Pearl Islands.” The lie was used by Dalton to catapult him into a favorable position to win the contest.
Before Jon left to be a part of the show, he told his best friend that if he was ever invited to the island as part of a challenge, to break the news that Dalton’s grandmother had passed away. Obviously, the series had a loved-one challenge, and Dalton’s friend was on his way to the island. With that said, the tactic was used to sway votes and emotions into his favor. When everyone found out he was a liar, hatred immediately followed, especially from show host Jeff Probst who has made plentiful comments directed towards Dalton.
This beloved “Saved By the Bell” star wasn’t so popular when he made an appearance on the reality show “Celebrity Fit Club.” It’s amazing how an innocent and American hero in Screech can be such a jerk when it comes to real life.
During his stint in the recent weight-loss program, Diamond came into conflict with numerous cast members (including the host of the show), portrayed his passion for sex and women, and supposedly faked injuries while doing mandatory tasks. He was so out of control he actually challenged Ant, the host of “Celebrity Fit Club,” to a physical altercation. Diamond was quoted saying he was never a person like Screech, but for his sake, maybe he should take some notes from his former character.
Commonly just referred to as “Omarosa” on the show “The Apprentice,” this reality TV star is considered one of the most hated television characters of all-time. On a show that depicts what the real world is like after college, Omarosa treated it as if it were a game. She lied countless times on national television, and she often butted heads with fellow cast members and was scoped as a nasty person by even Donald Trump himself.
The most controversial moment in Omarosa’s stint on Trump’s series came when she was supposedly hit on the head with a slab of cement at one of Donald’s building sites. Nobody witnessed the incident, but a falling piece of concrete hitting somebody’s head sounds like a big deal, right? The funny thing is she seemed alright until her team had to do work, where she sat out and had her team compensate for her absence. She was too injured to cooperate in the challenge, but she was seen playing basketball with a group of kids. That doesn’t seem like an activity she should be involved in if she wasn’t able to join in with the other Apprentices.
Omarosa also lied about her past employment and reasons for departing with the respective companies. According to various sources, Omarosa was axed from four jobs previous to her appearance on “The Apprentice,” after she said she had to leave them for other reasons, such as getting married.
The lying continued even after she was “fired” from Trump’s show. She accused contestants of racism towards her on national TV, an accusation that the contestants, as well as Donald Trump, all deny. On April 22, 2004, the story gets even better, as Omarosa was supposed to be featured on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” for an interview. There was a lie detector test backstage, which was going to be used for Uncle Frank, a regular on the show. Ms. Manigault-Stallworth thought it she would be tested on national television, so she quickly left the set. She was obviously the back end of every Jimmy Kimmel joke that night.