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Cara Maria Sorbello and Chris "CT" Tamburello tested the bounds of just what they would do for that kind of money when they landed spots on MTV's "Challenge: Rivals.""It's a blessing and a curse," said 25-year-old Sorbello, who lives in Methuen and has ties to Lawrence and Haverhill.

In an email, she said, "Things get *REALLY* intense for me later in the season. The first time Sorbello remembers meeting Tamburello was when she worked at Gold's Gym, now Latitudes, in Methuen."It's a small, really small, world," said Sorbello, who graduated magna cum laude from Endicott College.

Tamburello said it was nice having someone from this area on the show."You know someone you can relate to," said Tamburello, who studied at UMass — Lowell.

: She practically dared them to cast her, saying she didn't fit the usual stereotypes from their show.

"I am still shocked they even picked me," she said.

The bucket truck was the most awkward, according to Tamburello, 31, of Methuen."Sweating and bouncing on Adam's (his rival/teammate) lap while stuck in the bucket truck is something I would like to forget," he said.

Tamburello, who has done several similar shows with MTV over the last few years, said he did this one because he felt like he had something to prove."I wanted to win," said Tamburello, who has never taken home the ultimate challenge prize before. I didn't like the way I left things off on my last show when I was in New Zealand."Tamburello was booted from that show early on for fighting with his now-partner Adam King.

His breakthrough feature film role came in Michael Caton-Jones’ 1993 screen adaptation of Tobias Wolff’s autobiographical drama “This Boy’s Life.” That same year, he co-starred in Lasse Hallström’s “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape,” earning his first Oscar® and Golden Globe nominations for his performance as a mentally handicapped young man.

In addition, he won the National Board of Review Award for Best Supporting Actor and the Los Angeles Film Critics Association’s New Generation Award for his work in the film.

I snuck in and the bodyguards caught me and the casting director heard me talk my way out of it. Two weeks later I was in Paris, and I've been doing the shows ever since."What you're listening to: "Local artist J'YOU."The movie you can't wait to see this summer: "Oxy Morons."Best thing about being on MTV: "I don't have to wait in line as much!

"Worst thing about being on MTV: "Now I definitely appreciate my privacy more than ever."On being labeled a bad boy: "It's funny.

Hall) and there was a huge line (for "Real World" auditions).