Draya Michele felt like the odd man out last season of Basketball Wives LA, but in this exclusive pre-season video profile, she tells us that she felt like she finally found her voice at the reunion. “I kinda feel like I had the last word, and I won. And I was cool with that,” she explains. But she’s coming back for season two because, she says, “I didn’t want to end it like that. Like ‘Ha! You girls are mean and I’m nice and I win and you lose.”
This season, she’s excited to show off her new bikini business, Mint Swim, some new friendships, and she sounds optimistic about it all. “I’m hoping all goes well on season two, I don’t really know what to expect from the girls this time. I’m not gonna be more reserved, I’m just still gonna be me.” But one thing she won’t be is naive, she learned that the hard way.
Basketball Wives LA season two kicks off on Monday, September 10 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
“I left [season one] feeling like I was wronged,” Jackie Christie tells VH1 in this exclusive cast profile for Basketball Wives LA season two. So she’s returning for another season to set the record straight, heal old wounds, and hopefully nurture the rest of the cast with that wise, motherly touch of hers.
“I attacked because I believe in fight or flight,” she says of her behavior last year, but she says now “I wish I would have listened.” So will this kinder, gentler Jackie who’s learned from her mistakes be on display during season two? You’ll have to tune in to see for yourself when Basketball Wives LA premieres on September 10 at 8 p.m.
It may be a wrap for the first season of Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta, but there’s still more excitement to come in the two part reunion filled with drama and surprises. Immediately following the reunion on Monday, August 27 at 9:00 PM ET/PT log on to vh1.com for the VH1 Face-to-Face After Show: Love and Hip Hop Atlanta. Joseline, Mimi and Stevie J will join us online for a live chat about everything that unfolded this season and during the reunion. Trust us, you won’t want to miss it. This chat will only be available to desktop users, so if you’re on a mobile device, you’ll have to switch to your computer to participate. Read more…
We will never tire of seeing what crazy, belly-baring, booty-flaring outfits Joseline Hernandez is wearing. Her wardrobe was one of the best parts of Love And Hip Hop: Atlanta this season if only because it was so original and, well, fascinating. From her wild hair bows to her furs from Neiman’s, we pulled together a selection of our favorite Joseline looks from the season. The girl knows how to keep her fans on their toes.
It seems like Single Ladies only just started its second season, but this Monday, it will be all over. As season two and its many lovers, guest stars, and memorable moments come to an end, we have one last sneak peek for you. In the clip above, Raquel receives an invite to a party from Charles…which is making it that much harder for her to get over him. “Who wants to watch the man that they love be with another woman??” she asks her girls. But the girls are only focused on the fact that Raquel just said she loooooves Charles.
So what will her response be? Find out if it’s Yes, No, or Maybe, this Monday night at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
We have some HUGE news today and we’re super excited about it. This Monday night, immediately following the Love And Hop Hop: Atlanta reunion’s East Coast premiere at 9 p.m. ET, we’ll be holding the first ever Face-to-Face After Show with the cast of Love And Hip Hop Atlanta. What does that mean, exactly? Just that you’ll have the chance to live-chat right here on VH1.com with Stevie J, Joseline and Mimi.
If you have questions for these three cast members about this season or the reunion itself (trust us, you’ll have a LOT of questions after watching part one of the reunion), this will be the chance to put them out there and interact directly with some of your favorite stars, live. We’ll update you all with more details tomorrow about how to participate in the chat, via Spreecast. This chat will only be available to desktop users, so if you’re on a mobile device, you’ll have to switch to your computer to participate. (To find out how to create a Spreecast account or participate in a chat, click here and scroll down to Spreecasting 101.)
Hosted by VH1 blogger Bene Viera, the chat will feature the three stars as well as a few special guests, so get ready for a huge night this Monday. Read more…
We love a group of people who firmly commit to a theme party and go all in, and judging from these pictures we found all over the internet from Malaysia Pargo‘s 1980s-themed birthday party, she put 110% into it. The Basketball Wives LA star recently had a roller skating party to celebrate her birthday and from the Spandex to the leg warmers to the hair, everyone in the cast committed hard.
We have a couple more photos below of Malaysia’s cake and a full length shot of her look which she posted to Instagram with the caption, “My 80’s party look..inspired by the late and great Whitney Houston..I wanna dance with somebody.” We just hope that the footage of this party makes it to air during season two of the show, we need to see more of these outfits.
Basketball Wives LA premieres Monday, September 10 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. Until then, check out the supertrailer for a look at what’s in store.
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Emily Bustamante will always be one of our favorite reality personalities, and we love seeing her on-again with Fabolous, especially after their relationship on Love And Hip Hop showed them in off-again mode. The couple was spotted last night at the release party for Trey Songz‘ latest album in New York last night and they look better than ever. Love them!
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If Lil Scrappy is Prince of the South, then his mother, Momma Dee, the Queen of the South, must have taught him a few lessons. You don’t think he learned how to rap all on his own did you?
In this exclusive VH1 video dedicated to Momma Dee’s lyrical prowess, our very own producer Ted Reyes took some of Momma Dee’s best lines from Love And Hip Hop: Atlanta and turned them into the must-have remix of the season. We must say, b-i-c-t-h never sounded so good.
Mama Drama chronicles the complex dynamics between five pairs of BFFs, who also happen to be mother and daughter, living in a Las Vegas penthouse. This series is so crazy that we thought we’d let the mothers and daughters speak for themselves. Check out the five most outrageous quotes of last night’s episode! Read more…