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Tori Hall

Victoria Marie Hall (born December 20, 1986) is an American beauty queen and reality television personality from Midlothian, Virginia who competed in Miss Teen USA 2005, placing in the Top 10, and Miss USA 2008. She is also known for being part of the cast of the Viewers' Revenge season of the MTV series Road Rules, and on numerous seasons of The Challenge.

Early life[edit]

Hall's father is a preacher and she moved numerous times as a child, living in Waddy, Kentucky before moving to Midlothian, Virginia with her father when her parents' marriage ended. After graduating from Clover Hill high school in Midlothian, she studied at Virginia Intermont College. Hall attended the University of Kentucky. At the end of 2005, Hall was involved in a car crash and though not seriously injured, it led to her embracing religion.[2]


Hall won the Miss Virginia Teen USA 2005 title on October 30, 2004, after competing in the pageant for the first time.[3] Her sister titleholder was Jennifer Pitts, Miss Virginia USA 2005.

Hall represented Virginia in the 2006 Miss Teen USA pageant held in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on August 8, 2005. She initially made the semi-finals in the nationally televised pageant, and competed in the evening gown competition. She then advanced to the top ten, and competed in swimsuit.[4] Hall's top ten placement was Virginia's first placement since Kristi Lauren Glakas made the top ten in 1999.

Hall passed on her crown to Samantha Casey of Jeffersontown on November 12, 2005. Casey had been her first runner-up in the 2005 state pageant.

In 2007, Hall won the Miss Virginia USA 2008 title, the third consecutive Miss Virginia Teen USA to do so, and represented Virginia in the 2008 Miss USA pageant.

Reality television[edit]

Road Rules[edit]

In 2007, Hall participated in the MTVreality television series Road Rules 2007: Viewers' Revenge as part of the "pit crew", which competed for a part on the show. At the end of the first episode, Hall became the first member of the pit crew to join the Road Rulers crew in the "RV" when she won a challenge against Veronica Portillo. Hall remained with the RV crew until the end of the show, which lasted 15 episodes. For making it to the final mission, Tori and the other five members received the handsome reward which included money the crew had won doing different challenges during the show, as well as a Mazda3.

Real World/Road Rules Challenge[edit]

After her appearance on Road Rules, Hall competed in 2008's Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Gauntlet 3, on MTV. She was part of the six remaining castmembers on the Rookies team which competed in and won the final mission worth $300,000.[5] On this season of The Challenge, Tori met her future husband Brad Fiorenza, who was a competitor on the opposing team.

In 2009, Hall competed on the Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Duel 2 alongside her then-boyfriend Brad Fiorenza. They reported on the reunion special that they were still engaged. The two married on April 12, 2010.

Hall appeared again as a contestant on The Challenge: Cutthroat with husband Brad. They both were part of the winning team in the final mission and won $40,000 each.

In 2019, Hall appeared on a special mini Challenge at Universal Orlando alongside other champions. She was paired with Alton Williams from The Real World: Las Vegas and competed against Veronica Portillo, Darrell Taylor, Derrick Kosinksi and Emily Schromm. The special aired on May 22, 2019, during the season finale of The Challenge: War of the Worlds and it was hosted by Devyn Simone from The Real World: Brooklyn.[6]

Personal life[edit]

After their marriage, Hall and Fiorenza welcomed two sons: John Brady Fiorenza (born on August 4, 2011) and Chase Fiorenza (born on January 13, 2015). In late 2015 the couple separated and in December 2016 they officially divorced.[7] On October 23, 2020, Hall married lawyer Dusty Gwinn.[8] Hall's third child, Christian Dean Gwynn, was born on September 26, 2021.[9]


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The Challenge's Jordan Wiseley Disputes Ex Tori Deal's Claims About Their Break Up

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It's a he said, she said situation. 

Jordan Wiseley of The Challenge took to his Instagram Story todispute allegations that ex Tori Deal made about their breakup.

Jordan and Tori announced last November that they had split up after getting engaged in April 2019. On Jan. 7, Tori went on the Chicks in the Office podcast, where she claimed that she had "begged" Jordan to stay with her before the two decided to part ways officially last year. However, on his Jan. 8 Instagram Story, Jordan seemingly hinted that Tori's version of events wasn't entirely accurate, telling his followers, "I watched some of the interview and it's certainly news to me." 

He added, "I've been pretty silent about Tori and I's split because I thought it was something really special and very deep and ours and I didn't want to just give that away."

He also said it was "disappointing" to see that their breakup had become so publicized. 

The couple met on The Challenge XXX: Dirty 30 in 2017, and got engaged two years later. Tori went on to compete on The Challenge: Double Agents in 2020 without Jordan. She told the Chicks in the Office podcast that they used that time away from one another to reevaluate their relationship. 

"I would [say], 'Let's try to work it out,'" she told the podcast. "And we had this moment where were like, alright, I'm going to go on the show, you're going to stay home, let's see what happens, let's see if this distance will help us."

Unfortunately, the distance only solidified the fact that their relationship was coming to an end.


"COVID really was hard on us," Tori said. "We were just like fighting all the time. When we lived with each other, we were just on top of each other. So it was like a big step back from that stress and obviously when I came home, we broke up really soon when I came home."

During Tori's time on The Challenge without Jordan last year, some fans speculated that she had cheated on him with contestant Fessy Shafaat. Tori shut down those rumors on her Instagram Story earlier this week. 

"Uhmmm... I see how this is all being edited... but just because Fessy admits he's attracted to me doesn't mean I cheated," she wrote. "I never cheated on Jordan. So everyone needs to chill out."

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The Challenge's Tori Deal and Jordan Wiseley Call Off Their Engagement: 'I Thought I Knew Love'

The Challenge's Tori Deal and Jordan Wiseley are going their separate ways.

On Friday, Deal, 27, and Wiseley, 30, each shared lengthy, breakup announcement posts on their respective Instagram accounts revealing that they have split up. They first met in 2017 when they competed on Dirty XXX — they got engaged last year during War of the Worlds 2.

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Deal began her heartfelt post, which pictured the now-exes sharing a warm embrace, writing, "I thought I knew love when Jordan and I were together, but there is a different kind of love that two people feel when they decide it’s time to experience life apart."

The MTV star went on: "Even though Jordan and I are going to be moving forward in separate ways, our love, support, and connection with one another only grows stronger and deeper. To all the fans that have followed us, your support means the world. Please don’t look at this breakup as a failure, because we’re not looking at it this way." 

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"Sometimes, people need to step back and work on themselves before fully committing to the other person," she added. "This decision was not made with malice and it does not stem from a place of anger. I know some of you may think that there was 'one big thing' that happened to cause this, but there wasn’t. The reality of some relationships is that there can be a lot of little things that slowly build up over time. All of those little incidents showed us that we each need our own space."

Deal then asked the public to allow the two to mourn the loss of their relationship peacefully. She wrote, "Please understand that even though this is very amicable, we’re both still processing, hurting, and healing. The world can be cruel and the last thing we want is for people to try to pin us against one another. So please, let us heal in peace. Thank you. ❤️ "

Wiseley also addressed their breakup. "It’s been one of the toughest stretches of my life to silently struggle with our happiness and love," he began. "What this time has taught me is that I love Tori from the depths of my soul."

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"She will always be one of my best friends in this world and no one will ever truly be able to understand the depths of our understanding for one another, like we do. It has been the best and most beautiful time of my life to grow with and love you, Tori ❤️," the reality star continued before partially detailing what led to their split. 

"Unfortunately, we weren’t able to escape the pressures that come with being in a very public relationship and despite any rumors that have been started, our separation is not because of any bs 'scandal,'" he clarified. "We are just two people who love each other deeply but are both battling with our own struggles and happiness."

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Wisely further wrote: "Our fans, I can’t tell you all how much your love and support for us over the years means to me. We love our community and fans and want you all to know that we will still be cheering each other on and supporting each other in everything."

He concluded: "I love Tori with all of my heart and this hurt is something I’ll never forget ... and I don’t want to. I will always cherish our time together but I’m also excited to see what the future holds for us both. I think she lights up the world around her and I can’t wait to watch. It’s been a tough time for us but we are moving through this together, even if we are going on separate paths. ... and take the weekend off, trolls. We’re just fellow humans in pain for a while. Love you all and thank you."

News of their breakup comes just two weeks ahead of the premiere of Season 36, The Challenge: Double Agents, which airs on Dec. 9.

Both reality stars muted the comments on their respective posts.

The pair got engaged during MTV’s The Challenge: War of the Worlds 2 and their proposal aired on the show last year.

At the time of their engagement, Wiseley said in a statement, “I kept [the proposal] a secret from everyone, including production, right up until I thought it was a good time."

“I was absolutely shocked,” Deal said in the statement. “We had talked about being together forever and getting married, but I had no idea that the proposal was going to happen the way that it did.”


Would Tori Deal Ever Compete on 'The Challenge' Again with Ex-Fiancé Jordan Wiseley?

In 2017 on MTV’s The Challenge XXX: Dirty 30, Tori Deal and Jordan Wiseley met. At the time, Tori was in a relationship with fellow competitor Derrick Henry. When he was sent home, the two castmates were getting close while Jordan took the rookie Tori under his wing and showed her the ropes of playing a smart game. The audience could see how their friendship was growing, and by the end of the season, Tori ended up hooking up with her new crush.

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She ended her relationship with Derrick and pursued a romance with Jordan. Fans saw how close Tori and Jordan had become as a couple when they both appeared on War of the Worlds 2 to compete. Jordan even got down on one knee and proposed to his girlfriend while they appeared on Season 34 of The Challenge. However, a year later, the two would announce their split, calling off their engagement in November 2020.

Jordan proposes to his girlfriend Tori on 'The Challenge'.

Source: MTV

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Tori competed on The Challenge: Double Agents without Jordan because they were on a break, and now she’s on The Challenge: Spies, Lies, and Allies as a single woman. Would the competitor be up for competing again on The Challenge if Jordan was part of the cast? Here’s what she said about appearing on the series with her ex.

Would Tori Deal compete with Jordan Wiseley on in a future ‘Challenge’ season?

When it comes to competing on The Challenge with her ex, Tori said she would "definitely" be down for it and would jump at the opportunity. On the Aug. 4 episode of the Watch With Us podcast, while promoting The Challenge: Spies, Lies, and Allies,Tori shared, "If me and Jordan were ever on the same show, I would 100 percent have his back. I would never ever do anything to hurt him. There’s no bad blood there.”

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Although Tori said she wanted to compete on The Challenge with her ex, Jordan has no intention of joining a season with his former fiancée. In an interview via YouTube with Danny Pellegrino, who Jordan calls the "Tea Sipping Gawd" of the podcast Everything Iconic, the fellow Challenge star talked about some of the drama that had gone down between him and Tori.

Jordan and Tori on "War of the World's 2'.

Source: MTV

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Jordan told Danny that even though he and Tori ended their relationship on good terms, all the comments that came after they called it quits left a bad taste in his mouth. When Danny asked Jordan if he had received any calls from The Challenge about returning to do a season of the series with Tori, he admitted he was contacted. However, he flat out stated, "I'm not going back with Tori."

Only time will tell if these two end up on a future Challenge together, but for right now, it doesn't seem that's going to happen anytime soon.

The Challenge Season 37 airs on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. EST on MTV.


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