Archives: August 2012
We recently caught up with Love And Hip Hop: Atlanta star K.Michelle to find out directly from the woman herself what the status of her relationship with Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte is. Contrary to some reports, she assured us they were just good friends.
We just wanted to pass along another video in which K.Michelle discusses her friendship with Lochte and she tells our very our special correspondent, Funky Dineva that she is not dating Ryan. “That’s my friend,” she reiterated. “He’s a dope person, a good person…I didn’t say I was dating him, [just that] I’m dating.” We love that this clip begins with Dineva telling her to “spill it,” but K.Michelle is sticking to her guns on this one, and there’s apparently nothing to spill.
Michaels‘ participation in another season of the show has been such a hot topic this week that his rep, Jo Mignano, released a statement denying that a new season was in the works. Says Mignano: “The truth is, anyone who knows Bret’s family and knows him as a father and a friend would truly understand that he is hurting over the separation, and the last thing he his thinking about is doing a dating show.”
While no dating shows are in Michaels’ future, he is entertaining the thought of participating in All-Star Celebrity Apprentice. He may be done with dating, but he’s not done with the Donald.
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This week on Big Ang, it’s not all boozey parties and yacht rides. For the first time, Ang actually gets some bad news and has to deal with some serious issues when she learns her son A.J. was arrested. What’s worse, he’s been thrown into Riker’s Island (“That dirty pisshole?” Linda asks) which is no joke.
Tune in to Big Ang at 9 p.m. ET/PT this Sunday to find out what happens to Ang and A.J. next.
La La Anthony is in London at the moment to support her husband Carmelo as he and the rest of the U.S. Men’s Basketball Team attempt to win the gold at the Olympics, but as she tells Savannah Guthrie of The Today Show, the trip is also work. La La revealed that she’s also filming a portion of the third season of La La’s Full Court Life at the 2012 Olympic Games because, as she explains, “When do you get to capture London during the Olympics and all this excitement?”
“I thought it would be great to film some of this while we’re here. So yes, the show will be filming here and capture all the behind-the-scenes-action that sometimes you don’t get to see on TV,” she continued. Well, you know we love watching La La no matter where she films, but this will definitely add an element of excitement to the show. In the clip above, La La also talks about the hug Melo received from the First Lady, Michelle Obama, and how she hopes this means she’ll get a hug from the President one day herself. That’s something we want to see on her show, for sure.
VH1 is working hard to bring one of the most diverse and entertaining rosters of shows around, and today we’re proud to announce that we have several new shows and specials that will change the way people watch TV. In addition to our brand new shows Grand River Singers Project (now known as Off Pitch) and Black Ink, we’ll be bringing back an old favorite, as Best Week Ever returns from a three-year hiatus. To find out more about these shows and a few more specials on the schedule, read below.
AND NEW “100 GREATEST KID STARS” SPECIAL
BELOVED SERIES “BEST WEEK EVER” RETURNS TO VH1 TO ANCHOR HUMOR BLOCK ON FRIDAY NIGHTS
Ice-T’s Documentary “Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap” To Debut As Part of VH1’s Emmy Award-Winning “Rock Doc” Franchise
BEVERLY HILLS, CA – AUGUST 3, 2012 — Having increased primetime ratings year-to-date by 33% percent, VH1 is keeping the momentum going with new original programs that reflect the interests of its “adultster” audience – adults who are balancing new responsibilities with their desires to stay current with what’s happening in music and pop culture. Read more…
This fall is going to be huge for VH1 because some of our absolute favorite television personalities will be back on our screen. As we’ve mentioned a few times this week, Ev And Ocho and their wedding event are slated to be a huge a draw on the network, and their show premieres on Labor Day (September 3) at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT. What else is in store this coming September? We’ve got the return of T.I. And Tiny: The Family Hustle on Labor Day as well, at 9 p.m. ET/PT, and Basketball Wives L.A. will be back on Monday September 10 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. To find out more about the fall season, read on.
“Ev And Ocho,” “T.I. and Tiny: The Family Hustle,” “Basketball Wives: LA” And More
Catch Sneak Peeks and Exclusive Clips at VH1.com
Beverly Hills, CA – August 3, 2012- As beach bags and bathing suits are put into storage and backpacks are filled with textbooks, class is back in session at VH1 with premieres all September long. VH1 has a full Monday night schedule with the series premiere of “Basketball Wives” spin-off “Ev And Ocho,” the return of “T.I. And Tiny: The Family Hustle” and the second season premiere of “Basketball Wives: LA.” VH1 also celebrates the rise of rap music in VH1’s Emmy Award-winning franchise VH1 Rock Docs presentation of “Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap,” directed by Ice-T.
Will Mimi actually agree to a therapy session with Stevie and Joseline? That’s the big question in this sneak peek from Love And Hip Hop: Atlanta‘s upcoming episode. Will a three-way therapy session cement their status as a throuple, or will it just prove that Mimi is giving in and letting Stevie off the hook for his cheating? Those are the big questions she’s asking herself, and you’ll have to watch the full episode to find out what happens in therapy. Hint: s— goes down.
Love And Hip Hop: Atlanta airs Monday at 8 p.m. ET/PT.