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The Real World: Las Vegas is the twelfth season of 's series , which focuses on a group of diverse strangers living together for several months in a different city each season, as cameras follow their lives and interpersonal relationships. It is the first season to be filmed in the region of the United States, specifically in .

The season featured seven people who lived in a converted penthouse suite on the 28th floor of the Las Vegas , which production started from February 13 until June 21, 2002. The season premiered on September 17 of that year, consisted of 28 episodes, which along with the season, is the highest number to date. This was the first of three seasons of The Real World to be filmed in . In 2011, the show made a return to the city in the twenty-fifth season, and in 2016, set its thirty-first season, , in .

Due to the popularity of the season, MTV ordered the miniseries that reunited the cast to live in the same Palms Hotel and Casino suite they filmed the original series in, five years after filming ended on The Real World: Las Vegas.

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The residence[]

The Palms Casino Hotel, where the cast resided

The owner of , where the season was filmed, asked for production to cast exclusively people over 21 years old. Thus this was the first season in which all the castmates were at least that old.

The Palms demolished six rooms to make the hotel suite in which the season was filmed, at a cost of over million . It was designed by Sharmila Tankha of the Jerde Partnership, the same firm that designed the hotel itself. Unlike previous Real World residences, the suite is not decorated with furnishings.

The suite, which is now called "The Real World Suite", is the one former Real World residence that not only overall remains in the condition in which it was used for filming (minor changes have been made, such as the addition of doors for the bedrooms, TV's and the removal of the Confessional), but in which the public can potentially reside. The hotel rents the suite for ,200 a night (including tax), and has done so to numerous celebrities who have stayed there. Among them are , who stayed in the suite on New Year's Eve 2004.

Assignment[]

Most seasons of The Real World, beginning with the , have included the assignment of a season-long group job or task to the housemates, continued participation in which has been mandatory to remain part of the cast since the season. The Las Vegas housemates had various jobs throughout the season involving the Palms Casino and Resort in which they lived, including promotional work for the night club, , cocktail waiting, and .

Cast Member Age Hometown Biography Arissa Hill 22 Arissa is a half-African American, half-Italian woman who MTV describes as a "tough girl with a heart of gold". She was raised in the projects with a single mother, which helped Arissa learn to be self-sufficient. Her self-sufficiency is what is determining her to transition from her early life into adulthood. Frank Roessler 22 Frank grew up in a traditional nuclear family, with a stay-at-home mother and a father who owned a local pizzeria. MTV describes him as somebody who is 'affable, talkative and open' as well as somebody who makes friends easily. 22 Trishelle is a southern woman who was raised in a small, conservative town with her devout Christian mother, who would take the family to church three to four times a week. Her mother died from a when Trishelle was only 14 years old. Brynn Smith 21 Brynn is a woman who, as MTV describes, has a "razor-sharp wit" and is not afraid to say whatever is on her mind. Newly single, Brynn is ready to flirt with the boys in Las Vegas, as well as ignore her boyfriend. During her time is Las Vegas, Brynn began working as a . In episode 11, she revealed to Alton that she had once been raped, and that her father is homosexual. Alton Williams 22 Alton grew up as a , and has lived in many different parts of the country because of this. He has close relationships to his extended family. MTV describes him as a "source of inspiration to people around him" and has a positive outlook on life. When he was 14 years old, his nine-year-old brother was kidnapped and murdered. In episode 11, he reveals that he was molested when he was six years old, and this along with his brother's death causes him discomfort around homosexuals. 23 Steven had to learn to grow up on his own at a young age, and has been on his own since he was 16 years of age. While in business school, he supported himself by working as a topless bartender at a gay bar in his Texas hometown. When he was 22, he fell in love with a woman and married her, however the marriage ended in a divorce. In the midst of the divorce, he began a relationship with his roommate, Trishelle. Irulan Wilson 21 Irulan is a biracial woman and had a typical childhood, up until her father's death when she was 6 years old. Because of this, she and her mother share a deep bond with one another. Growing up with body image issues her whole life, she has since overcome them, and is now a student at . She has an open relationship with her boyfriend, Gabe. MTV describes her as someone who is strong and not afraid of conflict.

 : Age at the time of filming.

Episodes[]

After filming[]

After the cast left the Real World suite, six of them, except for Trishelle, appeared to discuss their experiences both during and since their time on the show, 7 The Hard Way: The Real World Las Vegas Reunion which premiered on April 8, 2003, and was hosted by .

appeared in the May 2002 magazine with other Real World alumni. Arissa Hill also posed for the magazine. In 2003 Trishelle was a cast member on , and has played in the , and in 's Celebrity Championship Wrestling series as "The Red Hot Redneck". She also appears at poker events.

Irulan Wilson and Alton Williams' relationship continued for three years after the show. Williams later became a radio host, while Wilson appeared in various documentaries and TV specials like and Real Hot. She now works as a photographer in New York City.

In 2005, Trishelle Cannatella, Steven Hill, Irulan Wilson and Tonya Cooley (from The Real World: Chicago) appeared in the TV movie, .

In 2007, the cast reunited to appear in , a seven-episode reunion miniseries in which they lived in the same suite they filmed the original series in. The mini-series premiered on May 30, 2007 and concluded on July 11, 2007.

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Cast Member Challenges Won Total Money Earned Arissa Hill None

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