The Bad Girls Club (season 4)

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The Bad Girls Club (season 4)
Created by Jonathan Murray
Opening theme "Bad Girls" by Tokyo Diiva
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 16
Executive producer(s) Jonathan Murray
Gil Goldschein
Glenn Carranos
Running time 60 minutes (including commercials)
Production company(s) Bunim/Murray Productions
Original network Oxygen
Original release December 1, 2009 –
March 23, 2010
Preceded by Bad Girls Club 3
Followed by Bad Girls Club 5
External links

The Bad Girls Club 4 was the fourth season of The Bad Girls Club. It aired on Oxygen on December 1, 2009.

About this season[change | change source]

Season 4 became the "breakthrough season" for The Bad Girls Club. The episode "Go With The Flo" had 2.27 million views.[1] Season 4 had the highest ratings in the history of the show. After the show, Natalie Nunn had a conflict with Chris Brown and Rihanna. Nunn stated some comments that angered fans of the show. At the reunion show, she said that she does not believe in domestic violence. She made her apologies. After the reunion, Nunn and Kendra have starred in Love Games: Bad Girls Need Love Too. This season also had the highest number of celebrity appearances.

Cast members[change | change source]

Name Location "Bad Girl" nickname Age [2]
Amber McWha Morgantown, West Virginia "The Trash Talker" 23
Annie Andersen Los Angeles, California "The Control Freak" 25
Florina "Flo" Kaja Staten Island, New York "The Enforcer" 26
Katherine "Kate" Squillace Boston, Massachusetts "The Prima Donna" 23
Kendra James Charlotte, North Carolina "The Double Standard" 22
Natalie Nunn Oakland, California "The Socialite" 24
Portia Beaman Kansas City, Missouri "The Pistol" 24

Replacements[change | change source]

Name Location "Bad Girl" nickname Replaced Age [2]
Lexie Woltz Belleville, Illinois "The Wild Child" Portia 21

References[change | change source]

  1. Robert Seidman (10 February 2010). "More ratings highs for Oxygen's "Bad Girls Club"". TV By The Numbers. Retrieved 9 January 2011. 
  2. 2.0 2.1