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Model Christina Salgado Joins the Cast of Bad Girls Club

Christina+Salgado+Bad+Girls+Reality+TV+Night+PnDvedfBLo-lChristina Salgado (http://christinasalgadobgc9.tumblr.com/), a beautiful Puerto Rican/Brazilian model and from City, , will invade screens and airwaves this summer as the latest addition to the Bad Girls Club (as seen in the preview HERE). With several years of experience in the areas of modeling and dance, Salgado is sure to bring the spice, flare, and drama that will keep entertained and tuned in every Monday night.

The show centers on seven rebellious women with different backgrounds and ““ who are brought into a house to change their pernicious behavior and accomplish certain goals. The cast deemed “bad girls” enjoy a luxurious lifestyle in a fine mansion for , as long as they obey certain rules.

“I’m extremely thankful to join the ninth season cast of the Bad Girls Club,” says Salgado. “Close to viewers watch this show every week, and I look forward to the world getting a glimpse into my life.”

Past members of the Bad Girls Club have went on to star in spinoffs including: Bad Girls Road Trip, Love Games: Bad Girls Need Love Too, Bad Girls Club: Flo Gets Married, and Tanisha Gets Married. With the natural star appeal and gorgeous exotic looks that Salgado possesses, she is definitely on her way to becoming a staple on the Oxygen network ““ like her predecessors.

Before the cast was officially announced, fans of the show had already began reaching out and showing support for Oxygen’s newest bad girl – as over a dozen fan pages on Facebook and Twitter have been created to welcome Salgado with open arms.

Aside from Oxygen TV, Salgado will be featured in the Bad Girls Club mobile , the Bad Girls Club collection online boutique, and the online illustrated comic strip of the Bad Girls Club, titled “The Adventures of BGC.”

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