When your character is described as “Chocolate Trump,” that’s a pretty bold statement to live up to. But Malcolm Franks, played by D.B. Woodside, meets and exceeds expectations. Wealthy, confident, and exponentially hotter than the, er, Vanilla Trump, Malcolm is the perfect man for Keisha Greene on Single Ladies. Until he gets in trouble with the law and keeps bringing his ex-wife into the fold. In case you’ve forgotten what Malcolm’s deal is, check out his profile in the clip above, and prepare to not take your eyes off Chocolate Trump for another season when Single Ladies premieres May 28 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
It’s time once again to welcome Royce Reed back to the blog so she can tell it like it is. For the past two seasons of Basketball Wives, Royce has recapped every episode, all the highs and lows, and given us her completely honest and unfiltered opinion. We’re thrilled to have her back for season four.
OK HERE WE GO!!! AGAIN, THIS IS MY BLOG AND I SAY WHAT I WANT WHEN I WANT AND HOW I WANT. IF YOU DON’T LIKE IT DON’T READ IT.
Most of last night’s episode lead up to the conversation I had with my father. It also concerned my past relationships. So while most of the girls were either having mammograms, talking about a lawsuit, or planning on how to accidentally on purpose get Jenn and Evelyn together while on their drama retreat while claiming they won’t…I was teaching Tami‘s daughters a few dance steps, walking on the beach and learning my lines in a park with Suzie who for some reason thinks Tahitians eat people. Aside from that, I was pretty much in tears.
April Goldberg-Jenkins went from married lady to lady having an affair with the mayor to — what else? — a single lady on Single Ladies last year. Need a quick jog down memory lane to remember all the mud April had to wade through during season one? We’ve got a clip to refresh your memory. From getting caught in a widespread web of mayoral affairs to quitting her record company job to being served divorce papers by her ex on her birthday, see what April had to endure so that you’ll know just up things have to look for her this season.
Single Ladies season two premieres Monday, May 28 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
We’re excited to announce that Dr. Drew Pinsky and his team are returning to VH1 in just a few short months to share their expertise with a new group of patients. The new group that will be checking into the recovery center aren’t celebrities, however, they’re regular folks like us who have sought out Dr. Drew’s help after seeing just how dedicated and successful his treatment with celebs has been. The show, Rehab With Dr. Drew, will premiere in September, and will feature counselors Bob Forrest, psychiatrist Dr. John Sharpe, and resident technicians Shelly Sprague and Jennifer Gimenez (who tweeted on Sunday that she was on set for day one, and honored to be back). For more information about the show, read on.“REHAB WITH DR DREW” RETURNS TO VH1 TO DIRECTLY HELP
YOUNG ADULTS WITH THEIR ADDICTION ISSUES
For me, there are no finish lines. No recovered, just recovering.
– Bill Clegg, from Ninety Days
LOS ANGELES, CA (May 1, 2012) – VH1 and Dr. Drew have started production today on a sixth installment of “Rehab with Dr Drew” to directly address alcohol and drug addiction among young adults, the largest group afflicted by addiction issues in the U.S.