Ex on the Beach: Peak of Love premieres tonight, December 5, at 8 p.m. EST/7 p.m. CST on MTV. The press release for the show reads, “The show brings 10 international celeb-reality singles to the mountains of Queenstown, New Zealand, as they search for their true love, only to be unexpectedly confronted by their past relationships.”
The MTV synopsis for the show states, “A group of single reality and social media stars will climb to new heights to try to find love, but no matter their altitude, they cannot escape from their former partners. Rapper Romeo Miller returns to host Ex on the Beach: Peak of Love from the mountains of New Zealand, featuring celebs from American Idol, The Bachelorette, The Challenge, RuPaul’s Drag Race, Are You The One? and more.”
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10 Singles Will Attempt to Find Love on the Mountain While Their Exes Lurk Nearby
The winter edition of MTV’s wild “relationship s–t show,” premieres tonight at 8 p.m. EST, and features a group of international reality stars cooped up together atop a New Zealand mountain. Each of the singles is hoping to find love atop the cliff while dealing with their exes, who unexpectedly show up and attempt to sabotage the new relationship (or win them back).
Here are the 10 singles featured on this season of the show:
- Adore Delano from RuPaul’s Drag Race
- Georgia Steel from Love Island UK
- La Demi Martinez from Glam Masters
- Daniel Maguire from The Bachelorette
- Tyranny Todd from Are You The One?
- Callum Izzard from Ibiza Weekender
- Ryan Gallagher from American Idol
- Marlon Williams from The Real World
- Nicole Zanatta from The Challenge
- Allie DiMeco from The Naked Brothers Band
The new reality spinoff, which will be hosted by Romeo Miller, also features the exes, including Love Island’s Sam Bird and Niall Aslam, The Real World‘s Ashley Ceasar, Temptation Island’s Cameron Sikes and Carlos Chavez, and The Challenge stars Jemmye Carroll and Laurel Stucky, among others.
Tune in Thursdays at 8 p.m. EST to catch new episodes of Ex on the Beach: Peak of Love. In the meantime, don’t forget to check out this author’s profile for more entertainment news and TV coverage.
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