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0:40 The Bad Girls Club
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If you think the fights and drunken debauchery on Oxygen's Bad Girls Club is out of control, then you might find that its spinoff, Love Games: Bad Girls Need Love Too (Tuesdays at 10/9c), has cranked things up a notch — or 10. Find out why contestant and Season 3 Bad Girls alum Sarah Michaels calls the show a "hot-ass mess," whether she thinks two guys fighting for her is a turn on, and what the experience has taught her about men — and her Bad Girls co-stars. VIDEO: Top 5 Bad Girl reunion moments TVGuide.com: Why did you want to look for a man on Love Games?Sarah: I was really excited about this show because it's not your standard dating show. It's three Bad Girls and 13 guys. So you have the conflict between the guys, the conflict between the girls and then the dating aspect as well. It's totally different than anything that's been out thus far. And, I also don't have the easiest time dating. Being a bad girl ...
After getting kicked out of what seems to be every bar in L.A., calling the housemates of this season of Bad Girls Club "bad" may be a bit of an understatement. After Kayla's sudden departure, Sarah, Tiffany and Amber stopped by the TVGuide.com studios to explain just how "tired" they were of Kayla's antics. Her true tipping point, they say, wasn't her catfight with Amber — as the editing led us to believe — but rather the dress-ripping debacle. Hear what really went down in the video below! Watch the video after the jump.
p>What was supposed to be a quiet evening with a couple housemates unfolded into a night of choke-holds, scratching and ultimately, Kayla's departure from The Bad Girls Club (Tuesdays, 10 pm/ET, Oxygen). "I didn't want to fight her in the first place, and I kept telling her that," Kayla explained in regards to her fight with Amber over tipping a waitress on Tuesday's episode. "But she kept pushing the issue and it got to the point where I couldn't take it anymore, and it resulted to the point of her grabbing my neck and me leaving a million bruises." But while Kayla broke the ever-feared house rule —if you lay a finger on your roommate, you're out — she wasn't booted by producers. Instead, she left on her own. ...
Look out men of Los Angeles, the Bad Girls are back and looking for love ...in under five minutes. Check out their attempts to find love at a speed dating event by asking questions about sex, sex and well, more sex. Watch the video after the jump!