Claim to fame: Ex-wife of disgraced '80s televangelist Jim Bakker.
Since then: Married Roe Messner, a contractor; wrote 2003 memoir.
Worst Surreal experience: Visiting a nudist resort. "I ran out of there with tears on my face."
Best experience: "One night we made s'mores. We were all just being ourselves."
Next up: While shopping a new daytime show, she'll undergo tests for possible recurrence of colon cancer she fought seven years ago.
TRISHELLE CANNATELLA, 24
Claim to fame: Hot-tub hottie on MTV's The Real World 12: Las Vegas in the summer of 2002.
Since then: Posed for Playboy.com and performed a monologue in an Off-Broadway show.
Worst Surreal experience: Getting chastised by visiting celeb Sally Jessy Raphaël for her drinking. "She hurt my feelings."
Biggest regret: Coming on to house-mate Rob Van Winkle: Flirting "is cool, but it was wrong because he's married."
TRACI BINGHAM, 35
Claim to fame: Baywatch babe.
What she's done lately: Made the comedy Malibooty; got divorced from musician Robb Vallier and engaged to Smith Barney investment banker John Yarbrough.
Why she went Surreal: "To show the world I'm not the bimbo everyone thinks I am. And if I am, that's still okay."
Next up: Starting a family with Yarbrough after they wed next fall. "He's just flawless from head to toe, with huge muscles."
ROB VAN WINKLE, 36
Claim to fame: Rapper Vanilla Ice in the '90s.
Since then: Still tours (though "my music is totally different now"); lives in Florida with wife Laura and kids Dusti Rain, 5, and Keelee Breeze, 3.
Worst Surreal experience: Delivering brownies to neighbors. "This lady answers the door, says, 'Sorry, I don't like celebrities.' "
Best: Got to spy on neighbor J.Lo with telescope. "I zoomed to the back porch and saw her walk
RON JEREMY, 50
Claim to fame: Star of more than 1,600 porn movies.
Since then: Has scored bit parts in R-rated fare (Reindeer Games, Ronin); promoted a men's, um, enhancement product called VigRX.
Favorite Surreal housemate: Tammy Faye. "She's so accepting of people. I'm crazy about her."
What's next: "I still have a valid teaching license," says the former special ed teacher. "But if parents see me with a kid, they'll want to call 911."
ERIK ESTRADA, 54
Claim to fame: Frank "Ponch" Poncherello on NBC's CHiPs (1977-83).
Since then: Acted in a Mexican soap opera, did B-movies, wed third wife Nanette, with whom he has a daughter, Francesca, 4.
Best Surreal moment: "Vanilla Ice told me I was his mentor. That was really nice."
Latest gigs: Selling autographed $20 "Ponch" bobble-head dolls on his Web site ("A lot of cops buy 'em"); starring in Old Navy commercials.