On the season finale of ‘The Challenge: All-Stars,’ four teams compete in the final challenge, and TJ Lavin tells what they’ll have to do in the first part of the competition in this exclusive preview.
On January 13, four teams will compete in the last task of season 2 of The Challenge: All-Stars. Darrell Taylor and Janelle Casanave, MJ Garrett and Jonna Mannion, Nehemiah Clark and Melinda Collins, and Teck Holmes and Ayanna Mackins are the four teams. TJ Lavin and the other contestants gather on the beach in an EXCLUSIVE sneak peek at the last episode to discuss what will happen during part one of the final challenge.
“You’ve played this game as individuals and in large groups,” TJ adds, “but the one person you’ve had to rely on the most is standing right next to you.” “You’ve been through hell with each other.” Some of you have already been here and earned the big reward. Some of you are making your first appearance in the final. And some of you are attempting to make amends for previous performances that may not have gone as planned. Today is the day to finish it. You have $500,000 waiting for you.”
TJ announces that the final task will be divided into two parts, the first of which the competitors are about to begin. TJ adds, “When I say go, you’ll sprint through the meandering road to the nucleus, where you’ll find instructions and three checkpoints spread across three distinct regions of the forest.”
“You can perform whichever checkpoint you want, but as you finish each one, you’ll get a piece of the mandala.” The three checkpoints are represented by three pieces. Your trip is represented by the mandala.”
“Funny you say that – neither do I!” TJ jokes when MJ says he “doesn’t know” what a mandala is. He does, however, drop a significant bombshell at the end of his introduction: “Only three teams will advance to phase two.” The team in last place will be eliminated. You don’t want to be the last one in.” On Thursdays, Paramount+ broadcasts The Challenge: All-Stars.