Although she's in a relationship now, she said that when it comes to dating, it's a strange experience."When I meet someone, I think I prefer when they don't know who I am and have never seen the show," Melinda said. I haven't been on a challenge with him since , and it's like no time has passed. "So, now that she's back home from the show, Melinda has gone back to her every day life —working as a dental hygenist (yes, she cleans teeth)."I love what I do! I had a patient who came in and was like 'I can't believe the girl from the team thing!
"This way, they don't have preconcieved notions about me! I'm 29 now, a completely different person."Although some personalities may seem to get turned around on camera, Melinda explained that MTV does a good job of showing what's significant and what's real. MTV couldn't write that in."Speaking of jerks, Melinda's castmate from Austin, Wes Bergmann is also on her team this season. I really love that kid." She has also stayed in touch with other castmates from her 2005 adventure. " she said of her career that she's been working at for eight years. "This season, you can catch Melinda on "Team Austin" with her "brother" Wes (who has been on seven challenges and won one), her ex-husband Danny (who has been on six challenges), and Lacey, who is a rookie!
Follow her on Twitter at @Tami Roman or check out her website at Tami Roman Official Website - VH1 Reality Star of the #1 hit show Basketball Wives Puck lives on a farm and raises chickens and vegetables and races four-wheeled ATVs.Almost every season of The Real World, beginning with its fifth season, has included the assignment of a season-long group job or task to the housemates, continued participation in which has been mandatory to remain part of the cast since the Back to New York season.The Austin cast had to shoot, edit and direct their own documentary on the South by Southwest music festival. After filming ended, the warehouse was completely gutted.Their "boss" was Paul Stekler, an award-winning documentary filmmaker who taught at the University of Texas. The interior used for the series was designed by Austin designer Joel Mozersky. The west half of it was turned into a Mexican restaurant called The Rio Grande.The east half was leased to a printing services company.