House of Villains Season 1: Who has been eliminated?

Je'Kayla Crawford
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One by one, celebrities are being eliminated from the competition until a winner is found for Season 1 of House or Villains. Here are the latest elimination details and what went down.

Reality TV fans have a new show to add to their watchlist this fall, and it’s called House of Villains.

The show’s concept brings together 10 iconic “villains” from various reality shows, including Flavor of Love’s Tiffany “New York” Pollard, Vanderpump Rules’ Jax Taylor, and The Bachelor’s Corinne Olympios, as they go head to head against each other every week to avoid elimination and earn some hefty prize money.

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But the show is not just about crowning America’s Ultimate Supervillain. It’s also about an impressive cash prize of $200,000.

Because of that, the high stakes of the competition call for frequent eliminations to help further the process of finding a winner. The format is pretty unique. Every week there is a challenge that all of the stars must compete. The winner of the challenge is given the title of the Villain of the Week.

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As the villain in charge, they have immunity and are allowed to put three of their co-stars onto a hit list, where one will be ultimately chosen to head home.

Here’s everything you need to know about who’s left the show so far.

House of Villains Season 1: Every eliminated star

Here is a look into all of the controversial celebrities who have been eliminated so far.

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First To Leave: Jax Taylor

The first to leave the house in Episode 3 is none other than Vanderpump Rules alum Jax Taylor.

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The villain in charge of the elimination was Omarosa, who didn’t seem to be fond of him from the very beginning.

“This one right here. I see your heart. And it’s black, it’s ugly. … I know why you’re in the house. Because you’re a demon, and you’re demon-possessed,” Omarosa told Jax in Episode 2.

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9th Place-Tiffany “New York” Pollard

The second villain sent flipping upside down through the wall of their evil lair was the HBIC herself, Tiffany “New York” Pollard. 

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When it came time to vote, New York could rely on Bobby Lytes and Shake Chatterjee for support, but ultimately her outburst at Omarosa Manigault Newman, whom she called a “c*ck-sucking, c*m-guzzling Republican c*nt” just moments before voting, sealed her fate and she was voted out.

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8th Place-Corrine Olympios

After her right-hand friend Tiffany was eliminated, Corrine was the next to leave the mansion. After being placed in the bottom with Shake and Tanisha, she was ultimately evicted in Episode 6. In fact, the vote between her and Tanisha was unanimously against her.

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7th Place- Bobby Lytes

In Episode 8, Bobby Lytes, who is known for being a standout cast member on Love & Hip Hop Miami, was eliminated from the competition.

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6th Place-Omarosa

Despite the fact that she was the first person to be chosen as the Supervillain of the week, Omarosa didn’t even make it to the Top 5.

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5th Place- Shake Chatterjee

One of the main villains to come from Love Is Blind (so far), Shake was eliminated and left the house.

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4th Place- Jonny Fairplay

An alum of Survivor, Jonny knows a thing or two about navigating competition but this E! series proved to be too challenging for him.

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3rd Place-Anfisa Arkhipchenko

After staying quiet and not trying to start drama among the cast, Anfisa surprisingly made it all the way into the top three.

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2nd Place-Johnny Bananas

The Real World’s Johnny Bananas placed as the runner-up of Season 1 and has been celebrating his accomplishment with newly single Summer House star Lindsay Hubbard.

Winner-Tanisha Thomas

A former star of Bad Girls Club, Tanisha made it all the way to the end of this season, officially earning the title of America’s Ultimate Supervillain.

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To stay updated on House of Villains and the upcoming seasons, make sure to check our page here.

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Je'Kayla is a US Reality TV/Entertainment Writer with Dexerto. She covers all things Reality TV news, with a focus on Love Is Blind and Below Deck. Feel free to reach out at jekayla.crawford@dexerto.com.