The Miz Returning To Host MTV’s The Challenge, Former WWE Star Cameron To Appear As Competitor

Bill Pritchard
(Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

(Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

MTV announced details (h/t to Pro Wrestling Sheet) for the new season of The Challenge: Champs vs Stars, and this season will see The Miz returning to his roots to host the series.

Former WWE Diva Cameron (Ariane Andrew) is also appearing on the show as a competitor, and will compete for the Black Girls Rock charity. She joins Terrell Owens, Romeo Miller and Olympian Shawn Johnson as some of the names on the show; check out the announcement below; the new season of The Challenge will premiere November 21st:

The tradition of Challenge players facing off against competitors from outside the long-running series will continue.

The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars will feature fan favorites from the MTV program duking it out against a diverse line-up of stars (athletes, musicians and folks from other shows on this network!). Real World and Challenge great Mike “The Miz” Mizanin will host the special eight-week event, which premieres on Tuesday, November 21. If there are puzzles, the Battle of the Seasons winner can surely offer some advice…

Like Champs vs. Pros — which featured Cara Maria and Darrell emerging as the top finishers against a tough and talented roster — the cast will be playing to take home winnings for the charity of their choice. The game rules are also similar: The winning team from each challenge will nominate their most valuable player (MVP) who will receive money for their charity, be safe from elimination, and choose their team’s least valuable player (LVP) to go into elimination. The losing team will nominate their own LVP to go into elimination, and the two will compete to keep their spot in the game and ultimately, their share of $150,000 to donate to their beloved charities. The final male and female competitors of the season will endure the ultimate test and the chance to emerge from the pack with all of the glory.

Be sure to stay with MTV News for more Champs vs. Stars updates and don’t miss the premiere on November 21! And without further ado, here is the Stars roster.

Ariane Andrew
Charity: Black Girls Rock

Josh Murray
Charity: Extra Special People

Justina Valentine
Charity: Young Women’s Leadership Network

Kim Glass
Charity: Covenant House

Matt Rife
Charity: World Wildlife Foundation

Michelle Waterson
Charity: MVP Vets and Players

Riff Raff
Charity: Nevada SPCA

Romeo Miller
Charity: Team Hope NOLA

Shawn Johnson
Charity: Hope Sports

Terrell Owens
Charity: Ky Cares Foundation

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