|No. of episodes||15|
|Original run||January 10, 2011|
Bad Girls Club 6 is the sixth season of the Oxygen reality television series, The Bad Girls Club. The sixth season began airing on Oxygen on January 10, 2011, which became the first season to air on Monday nights, the two-part reunion special aired on May 9, 2011, officially ending the season.
During production of season six, residents from Sherman Oaks (Los Angeles) complained that noise levels and swearing was extremely unbearable and inappropriate for them and their children to listen to during the night. Clarissa Keller, a local Sherman Oaks resident, complained that she has a six-year-old son and didn't want him to listen to the swearing, she went as far as creating a petition drive to ban all Sherman Oaks hills. The tour of season six's mansion was released for public viewing on December 15, 2010, while Oxygen changed their website's homepage for the upcoming season of the Bad Girls Club. The tour of the house was hosted by Steve Leonhardt, the Bad Girls Club production designer, and several days prior to the arrival of the cast of season six, in September 2010.
Season six is the fourth season, overall, to have two "bad girls" who were from the same city and state. The last seasons to do so was season one, season two, and Season 5: Miami of the "Bad Girls Club". Unlike previous seasons where a half-a-year break in production occurred between seasons, the sixth installment was shot several months after Bad Girls Club: Miami was completed. Season six debuted with 1.71 million viewers, up from 25% from last season which earned 1.34 million viewers. Season six was nominated for "Favorite Reality-Show Guilty Pleasure" for the second annual IVillageawards.
Season six is the fourth season, overall, to have two "bad girls" who were from the same city and state. The last seasons to do so was season one, season two, and Season 5: Miami of the "Bad Girls Club". In every season of the "Bad Girls Club" only seven "bad girls" enter the mansion on the first episode. During the show replacements enter the house after an original "bad girl" leaves, usually only one replacement enters the show, however, season one, Bad Girls Club Miami and season six has had three replacements, which is the highest number of replacements to date in the series.
|Bad Girl||Age||Hometown||"Bad Girl" nickname|
|Charmaine "Char" Warrenn||27||Chicago, IL||"C.E.B." aka "The Chief Executive Bitch"|
|Jade Bennett||21||Milwaukee, WI||"The Party Diva"|
|Jessica Rodriguez||22||Chicago, IL||"The Mouth"|
|Kori Koether||21||Phoenix, AZ||"Botox Barbie"|
|Lauren Spears||21||Lexington, KY||"The Southern Spitfire"|
|Nikki Galladay||22||Annandale, NJ||"The Prankster"|
|Sydney Steinfeldt||21||Dallas, TX||"The Sexy Siren"|
Replacement Bad Girls Edit
In each season of the Bad Girls Club one or more girls will be asked to leave the house either from violence or physical fighting or will leave on their own accord which then gives the producers a chance at a new "bad girl" who arrives to the house in a day or two to replace the fellow bad girl.
|Bad Girl||Age||Hometown||"Bad Girl" nickname||Replaced|
|Ashley King||21||Norfolk, VA||"The Bombshell"||Jade|
|Jennifer Buonagurio||21||Bergen County, NJ||"The Jersey Princess"||Sydney|
|Wilmarie "Wilma" Sena||27||Passaic, NJ||"Rough Rider"||Ashley|
Duration of cast Edit
|Bad Girls||Season 6 Episodes|
|Episode 1||Episode 2||Episode 3||Episode 4||Episode 5||Episode 6||Episode 7||Episode 8||Episode 9||Episode 10||Episode 11||Episode 12||Season Finale|
- Key: = "Bad Girl" appears on this episode.
- Key: = "Bad Girl" replacement arrives.
- Key: = "Bad Girl" leaves the house.
- Key: = "Bad Girl" removed from the house.
- Key: = "Bad Girl" makes an appearance.
- Jade voluntarily leaves the house in episode 1 after she claims the house made her act like someone she wasn't during an altercation with Nikki.
-  Ashley replaced Jade in episode 3.
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