Archives: July 2012
Rasheeda had some technical difficulties when it came to the world premiere of her video for “Marry Me” tonight on Love And Hip Hop: Atlanta, but we’re not having any problems showing it off ourselves. The video was just released online this weekend and we’ve got it right here, so tell us what you think of her latest single in the comments!
After reaching an acting “plateau” in his native England, Single Ladies star Ricky Whittle, who plays the sexy, guitar-playing Charles on the show, says he wanted to move to Hollywood to be in the “epicenter” of the acting world. Whittle was famous across the pond for his roles on the insanely popular Hollyoaks soap opera and, like several other Single Ladies leading men such as William Levy, Romeo Miller, and Rick Fox, he appeared on Britain’s version of Dancing With The Stars, called Strictly Come Dancing.
In a recent interview, Whittle spoke to FanBolt about his stint on Single Ladies and what he loved about being on the show, from the sex scenes to the catering. We pulled some of our favorite snippets from the interview, plus a few bonus photos of the very sexy, very muscle-y man, below.
On Hollywood Exes this week, Jessica, Mayte and Andrea head to a singles mixer to find their dream men. “A room full of handsome men,” Andrea declares. “You can smell the testosterone, YES!” Except…NO. The selection of guys isn’t really up to their standards. “They look like the original serial killers,” she says. “They look like they teach classes on how to be serial killers. Girl, no. I’m not going nowhere with these men.” It can’t be that bad…can it? You’ll have to watch to find out.
Hollywood Exes airs Wednesday night at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
At the end of last season on Love And Hip Hop, Kimbella made a surprise announcement that she was expecting her third child. After what feels like an eternity, the baby, whose father is Juelz Santana, finally arrived, and we’re thrilled for the couple. The baby girl was born on Saturday, July 21, and Santana tweeted the photo above after her birth with the caption “7p 3oz 7/21/12 U won’t ever need no ni&&a for s#it cause DaDDY got U!!” Her name hasn’t yet been revealed.
Kimbella hasn’t made any public statements about the baby’s birth, but on Saturday she tweeted before she went into labor “Will today be that day?” and it turns out that it was indeed. Their baby arrived just a week after Kim’s BFF Yandy Smith gave birth to a baby boy, and Yandy was sure to tweet her congratulations to the couple.
Mommy’s putting Lil’ Louie in a dog show this week!
Yes! It’s true!
“Did Nora just say what I thought she said?” Leah asks at the beginning of this week’s episode of Mob Wives Chicago. In case you forgot (how could you??), Nora yelled to Renee “Your father used to rape you every day!” which isn’t something that comes up in casual conversation, or even in a casual hair-pulling fight. No, that’s some serious psychological warfare right there. Nora doesn’t fight with her fists, she fights with emotional trauma and horrific sexual history. Basically she’s a one-woman Law and Order: SVU. And she also has some choice things to say about Pia, too.
“You’re a disgusting, disgraceful human being,” Pia says. Nora rushes off before Leah can explain how wrong it is to use molestation as a weapon, and Christina attempts to be Nora’s friend through this, but Nora doesn’t want anything do do with anyone, she wants them all to leave her alone. Meanwhile, Renee is going OFF about Nora to Pia, saying “I may be crazy, but I’m not psycho stupid!”
After the huge fight that went down at Christina‘s party, everyone is taking sides on this week’s Mob Wives Chicago. In this sneak peek, Christina sides with Nora who got a pretty rough beat down, while Pia and Renee are actually commiserating over their shared hatred of their (former?) friend.
Mob Wives Chicago airs Sunday night at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
Stevie J and Love And Hip Hop producer Mona Scott Young appeared on MTV’s RapFix Live yesterday, and in the clip above, you can watch our favorite part, an old MTV News clip where Stevie drapes himself across Mariah Carey, P. Diddy, and MTV News reporter Tabitha Soren to be a part of their interview. At one point Mariah calls Stevie her big brother and the whole thing is just a little weird, but also amazing. “I like that old footage right there, brought back some great memories,” Stevie told RapFix host Sway before admitting that his good pal P. Diddy is a huge fan of Love And Hip Hop.
Below, Mona Scott Young discusses the controversial Atlanta season of the show and denies that there’s anything scripted about what you’ve been watching and whether or not the show is exploitative. “I do think that it a valid question,” Mona tells Sway. “I get that a lot but I do think that people see what they want to see…When I hear that the show is fake and the show is scripted, it almost negates their very lives.”