MTV’s new television show, Ex On A Beach, is teeming with reality stars, but host Miller Romeo found a few to be particularly difficult to work with.

“Definitely Cory [Wharton] from The Challenge [was difficult], because Cory’s a ladies’ man,” Miller told uInterview in an exclusive video. “So Cory, look you better hide your girl, hide your wife, hide any woman around Cory, because he’s gonna go at her like a pitbull. He’s coming at you. And then also Taylor [Selfridge], she had a lot of exes that came on the show, so I think that was very challenging for her. Chase [McNary] from The Bachelorette was just another ladies’ man, and I think he was kind of one of the guys who may have played with one too many hearts, so the girls kind of ganged up.”

On Ex On A Beach, reality stars are taken on their dream vacation to a beautiful island, and when they arrive, they find out they are trapped with ex-significant others. Miller said the show has a little bit of everything.

“I call it gumbo, because it has everything in it. It’s gonna have those loving moments, it’s gonna have those crazy, big moments, and at the end of the day you do kind of learn something,” Miller said. “I mean, if you’re trapped on an island with your ex, you’ve gotta learn something about your past and about yourself. And the cool thing is, we get to enjoy it from a distance.”

Miller thinks the show is different because unlike some other reality shows, it isn’t planned — even the crazy moments.

“They had this moment where everybody kind of melted down when reality finally hit them, when they’re like, ‘We’re trapped on this beautiful — on this amazing island, but the people that we left behind in the past is now in front of us,’” Romeo said. “So there’s this moment where that just hit everybody and everybody freaked out. Like, chairs being thrown, faces — hands in faces. It was a lot, and there were some moments where you’re just like, ‘What’s gonna happen next?’ And that’s actually the cool thing about this show. You don’t know what’s gonna happen next. When you talk about reality, they have a lot of reality shows that’s scripted and are like, ‘Be at this place, that place.’ This show, you don’t know what’s gonna happen.”

Even though Romeo wouldn’t disclose any information about his own relationships, the show’s viewers may get a glimpse into his past.

“Hey I’m the host — we’re not getting into the whole my story, okay?” Romeo said. “Just watch the show on MTV Thursday. But I think we all — I mean, that’s a part of the process of growing and becoming the best you, just learning from your mistakes and learning from your past. But you gotta tune into the show. I opened up even about my life on it. I think that’s the cool think about me hosting this show, because I am a very unorthodox host. I’m very different. I’m more personal with everybody, and like I said, everybody learns something.”

Read uInterview’s full, exclusive interview with Romeo below.

What’s the premise of this show?

Miller Romeo: Yeah, so Ex On The Beach, you know, we took 10 reality stars and we told them that they were going on their dream vacation — but little did they know that we were bringing their exes to the party. So, this show is a little bit of everything. I call it gumbo, because it has everything in it. It’s gonna have those loving moments, it’s gonna have those crazy, big moments, and at the end of the day you do kind of learn something. I mean, if you’re trapped on an island with your ex, you’ve gotta learn something about your past and about yourself. And the cool thing is, we get to enjoy it from a distance. We don’t have to deal with it and deal with our exes, but you get to learn from these people you’re going to be able to watch on MTV.

What was one of the craziest moments from the show?

MR: They had this moment where everybody kind of melted down when reality finally hit them, when they’re like, ‘We’re trapped on this beautiful — on this amazing island, but the people that we left behind in the past is now in front of us.’ So there’s this moment where that just hit everybody and everybody freaked out. Like, chairs being thrown, faces — hands in faces. It was a lot, and there were some moments where you’re just like, ‘What’s gonna happen next?’ And that’s actually the cool thing about this show. You don’t know what’s gonna happen next. When you talk about reality, they have a lot of reality shows that’s scripted and are like, ‘Be at this place, that place.’ This show, you don’t know what’s gonna happen.

Which personality was the most difficult to deal with?

MR: Definitely Cory [Wharton] from The Challenge, because Cory’s a ladies’ man. So Cory, look you better hide your girl, hide your wife, hide any woman around Cory, because he’s gonna go at her like a pitbull. He’s coming at you. And then also Taylor [Selfridge], she had a lot of exes that came on the show, so I think that was very challenging for her. Chase [McNary] from The Bachelorette was just another ladies’ man, and I think he was kind of one of the guys who may have played with one too many hearts, so the girls kind of ganged up. So you see a little bit of everything, but I’m telling you guys, this is a guide of what not to do as well. So men and women out there, watch this show because it’s actually a guide of what to do and what not to do when it comes to relationships.

Have you ever had a crazy situation with an ex?

MR: Hey I’m the host — we’re not getting into the whole my story, okay? Just watch the show on MTV Thursday. But I think we all — I mean, that’s a part of the process of growing and becoming the best you, just learning from your mistakes and learning from your past. But you gotta tune into the show. I opened up even about my life on it. I think that’s the cool think about me hosting this show, because I am a very unorthodox host. I’m very different. I’m more personal with everybody, and like I said, everybody learns something. I learned so much from watching their experience on the show.

What’s your biggest takeaway from hosting this show?

MR: No matter how bad it may hurt, the truth is always the key. When you watch this show, everything could have been solved if everybody was just more truthful. They had one situation — I’m not gonna say any names — but one of the exes hooked up with one of the guys’ uncles. I’m just like, if you were more truthful about that, a lot of this craziness would have been kapieched back in the day. Just tell the man you hooked up with his uncle and let it be.

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