Tila Tequila walks off the set of her reunion

The reunion for A Shot of Love with Tila Tequila 2‘s reunion aired Monday, and although it was preceded by another reunion full of juvenile drama like a confrontation between Bo and Chad after which Chad was booted off the show again, the second reunion–it really needed two?–ended with some drama as Tila, crushed by Kristy, walked off the set.

The whole reunion is online, but People quotes from the highlights. Kristy said she had doubts–“Am I going to be that perfect person she has in mind? I don’t want to be another phony reality couple that’s going to break up in three months.”–but Tila wasn’t interested.

Tila said, “You are so fake. You are confused and you need help.” Kristy responded, “What goes around comes around!” and that left Tila to walk off the set and tell Kristy to, “Shut your trash hole.” Kind of ironic for someone who’s spent two seasons dumpster diving.

A Shot At Love 2 With Tila Tequila | One Shot Too Many Reunion [MTV]
Tila Tequila Calls Kristy Fake, Walks Off Set [People]

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