Bad Girls Club (season 8)

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Bad Girls Club: Las Vegas
The original seven "Bad" Girls of season eight (left to right):

Top: Gia, Erica, Jenna, Amy, Demitra

Bottom: Gabrielle, Danielle
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 15
Original channel Oxygen
Original run January 23 – May 7, 2012 (2012-05-07)
Season chronology
List of Bad Girls Club episodes

Bad Girls Club: Las Vegas is the eighth season of the Oxygen reality television series, Bad Girls Club. It premiered on January 23, 2012.[1] This is the third season to take place in a different location from Los Angeles, the first being season five (filmed in Miami),[2] and the second being season seven (filmed in New Orleans).[3]


Original Bad Girls[edit]

Bad Girl[4] Age1 Hometown "Bad Girl" nickname[5]
Amy Cieslowski 23 Chicago, IL "The Hot Mess"
Danielle "Danni" Victor 23 Methuen, MA "The Black Sheep"
Demitra "Mimi" Roche 25 Miami, FL "The Miami Maverick"
Erica Figueroa 23 Atlanta, GA "The Red-Headed Hustler"
Gabrielle "Gabi" Victor 23 Methuen, MA "The Queen B"
Gia Sapp-Hernandez 22 Newark, DE "The Scandalous Schoolgirl"
Jenna Russo 24 Long Island, NY "The Naughty New Yorker"

^Note 1 : Age at the time of filming.

Replacement Bad Girls[edit]

In each season of the Bad Girls Club, one or more girls will be asked to leave the house either from violence, physical fighting, or will leave on their own accord, which then gives the producers a chance at a new "bad girl" who arrives to the house in a day or two to replace the fellow bad girl.

Bad Girl[6] Age1 Hometown "Bad Girl" nickname Replaced
Elease Donovan 24 Miami, FL "The Brick House" Jenna
Christine Moon 23 Nashville, TN "The Tennessee Temptation" Gabrielle
Camilla Poindexter 24 Long Beach, CA "The Cali Cutthroat" Danielle

Duration of cast[edit]

Bad Girls Season 8 Episodes
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13


Key:      = "Bad Girl" is featured on this episode.
Key:      = "Bad Girl" voluntarily leaves the house.
Key:      = "Bad Girl" makes an appearance.
Key:      = "Bad Girl" replacement arrives.
Key:      = "Bad Girl" returns to the house.
Key:      = "Bad Girl" is removed from the house.
  •   1  Jenna voluntarily left the house in episode 3 after a physical altercation with Erica, Danielle, Gabrielle, and Gia.
  •   2  Jenna made an appearance in episode 4 for a photo shoot with Oxygen.
  •   3  Elease replaced Jenna in episode 4.[7]
  •   4  Demitra voluntarily left the house in episode 9 after being tired of the twins' antics and after a missing passport.
  •   5  Demitra returned to the house in episode 10 after being convinced to do so by Erica, Gia, Amy, and Elease.
  •   6  Gabrielle and Danielle voluntarily left the house in episode 10 after a physical altercation with Gia, Elease, Erica, and Demitra.
  •   7  Christine and Camilla replaced Gabrielle and Danielle in episode 11.[8]
  •   8  Christine replaced Gabrielle in episode 11 and voluntarily left the house in the same episode after being physically attacked by Gia, Camilla and Elease.[8]
  •   9  Camilla was removed from the house in the season finale after physically attacking Demitra and a physical altercation with Amy.


No. of series No. of season Title Original air date U.S. viewers
124 1 "Throw Up. Throw Down."[9] January 23, 2012 (2012-01-23) 1.702[10]
Baf Girls Club hits for a new city Las Vegas but the house turns upside down after 5 physical altercations occur on the first night.
125 2 "Weaving Las Vegas"[11] January 30, 2012 (2012-01-30) 1.383[12]
Amy has a "pretend wedding" but regrets it when she thinks about her ex boyfriend. Erica wants Jenna out of the house but Jenna wont leave without a fight.
126 3 "Chicks Before Hicks"[7] February 6, 2012 (2012-02-06) 1.333[13]

Erica, Gia and the twins team up in a plot to get Jenna out of the house. Meanwhile, Mimi switches onto Amy and Jenna's side but not without consequences.

Note(s):      Jenna voluntarily leaves the house.
127 4 "Sink or Swim"[8] February 13, 2012 (2012-02-13) 1.247[14]

Jenna returns to the house but only for a photoshoot. New girl Elease arrives and is immediately not liked by any of the girls, and gets into a physical altercation with every single girl in the house. Season 7 Girls Tiara and Nastasia invite the girls to a party.

Note(s):      Jenna made an appearance.      Elease replaced Jenna.
128 5 "A New Elease on Life"[15] February 20, 2012 (2012-02-20) 1.397[16]
Drama causes weariness on some of the "bad" girls. Meanwhile, Amy finds a boy toy, while still having one at home. Following an argument, Gabi provokes Elease by throwing her by the hair into an ashtray leading to Danni jumping in.
129 6 "Bed, Bathing Suit and Beyond"[17] February 27, 2012 (2012-02-27) 1.629[18]
After the truce with Elease is formed, Erica, Gia and Demitra decide to make an alliance with her. However, the twins are still very adamant on getting Elease out of the house causing the others to rethink their relationship with the twins.
130 7 "Invasion of the Scavengers"[19] March 5, 2012 (2012-03-05) 1.503[20]
Erica and Gia decide to join forces with the twins once again after the other roommates agitate them. Meanwhile, Mimi becomes the next target after she befriends Elease.
131 8 "Sister Act"[21] March 12, 2012 (2012-03-12) 1.632[22]
Elease's sister pays a visit to the house, much to the annoyance of the twins. Meanwhile, Flo Rida and Pleasure P visit the house to party with the Bad Girls.
132 9 "Evil Pair"[23] March 19, 2012 (2012-03-19) 1.640[24]

The twins decide to create some drama; however, this plan backfires. Also, the girls go south of the border to Cabo San Lucas.

Note(s):      Demitra voluntarily leaves the house.
133 10 "Double Trouble"[25] March 26, 2012 (2012-03-26) 1.888[26]

The twins are the center of a major fight, which leads to their departure. Meanwhile, the other girls plan to bring a fallen Bad Girl back to the house.

Note(s):      Demitra returned to the house.      Danielle and Gabrielle voluntarily leave the house.
134 11 "Bad Girl Players"[27] April 2, 2012 (2012-04-02) 1.446[28]

Erica is determined to make her music career to a higher level and meets a rapper named Jazzy and is interested in Gia. Two new girls enter the house but one just leaves 3 days after she arrived. Demitra is attacked in the club and everyone helps her including the two new girls.

Note(s):      Christine and Camilla replaced Danielle and Gabrielle.      Christine voluntarily leaves the house in the same episode.
135 12 "Breakup Breakdown"[29] April 16, 2012 (2012-04-16) 1.716[30]
After disagreeing what the girls did to Christine, Demitra fears that she is the next target, while Amy and Camilla have a sexy night ends up with a fight.
136 13 "Go Big Go Home"[31] April 23, 2012 (2012-04-23) 1.802[32]

Camilla wont leave the house without a bang. The girls say goodbye to Las Vegas.

Note(s):      Camilla is removed from the house.
137 14 "Reunion: Part 1"[33] April 30, 2012 (2012-04-30) 2.076[34]
Tanisha Thomas hosts the reunion as the bad girls of Las Vegas reunite in Los Angeles to discuss the fights, arguments, and relationships they had while in the house. Blowups quickly fold when three bad girls get into physical altercations.
138 15 "Reunion: Part 2"[35] May 7, 2012 (2012-05-07) 2.162[36]
The second part of the reunion continues with bad blood between Elease and Camilla going on. Erica and Dani face off and it leads to a shocking conclusion. Meanwhile, Jenna returns and decides to go head to head with Gia.


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