The list of 100 Greatest Kid Stars narrows down tonight as we count down numbers 41 through 60. Is it just us, or is anyone else feeling those sudden teenage pangs of angst like we are? With stars like Claire Danes, Josh Saviano from The Wonder Years, and Michelle Williams (farewell, Jen Lindley), we think it’s time for a marathon of our favorite shows of teen torment. Maybe that’s how we’ll spend our holiday break…
Check out who made tonight’s list below.
100 Greatest Kid Stars [61-80]
100 Greatest Kid Stars [81-100]
If our fiance got to travel to exotic locations for work and didn’t offer to take us on occasion, we might be riled up too, the way Tiffney is in this week’s episode of Marrying The Game. When Game books a gig in Cannes, France, Tiffney thinks it’d be the perfect opportunity to jet over to France with him for a “honeymoon before the wedding,” but her man isn’t feeling it at all. The trip is only for one show, for one day, Game explains. But making matters worse is the fact that Game’s assistant, Alyssa, gets to go with him on the trip which doesn’t sit well with Tiffney. “What the f— you need assistance with for a day?” Tiffney asks, and Game gets that she’s a little jealous. “She’s under the assumption that all women wanna f— her man,” Game says. “And they probably do! I mean, look at me.”
How’s this going to play out? You’ll need to watch the show Monday at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT to find out.
Usually it’s K.Michelle who surprises us with her new hairstyles, but in our Pic Of The Day today, it’s Love And Hip Hop: Atlanta star Joseline who surprised us with her very Supremes-like ‘do. In this photo off of her Instagram, she’s hanging with her pal Cassie and writes “I Luv my Bad B*tch @cassiesuper Bad B*tch Crew.” We love you ladies, too!
Tonight we counted down numbers 61 through 80 of the 100 Greatest Kid Stars and we have the complete list of who was on it right here. From a young, Horse Whispering Scarlett Johansson to the cast of the now-relevant-again Boy Meets World, the list once again brought us back to simpler times when we watched Nickelodeon for the sitcoms and wore Umbros to math class. Check out the then-and-now pics of all of the kid stars on tonight’s list right here.
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All this week, VH1 will be counting down the 100 Greatest Kid Stars, and tonight kicked off with two hours of Kimmie Gibbler-and-Six-from-Blossom-filled-bliss. Of course these two ladies whom we idolized (real names: Andrea Barber and Jenna von Oy) are just two of the nostalgia-inducing stars on the list. Click through our gallery to find out who else ranks from 81 to 100, and stay tuned for the next four nights on VH1 starting at 9 p.m. ET/PT to see who else is on the list.
You might think T.I. and Tiny Harris‘ kids couldn’t get any cuter, but that’s only because you haven’t seen them petting four-day-old puppies and riding horses yet. In this sneak from Monday night’s episode of T.I. And Tiny: The Family Hustle , the family heads out to the dude ranch to live out their cowboy fantasies, and while everyone else takes to the horses, Major develops a fascination with the dog and puppies instead. A-dor-a-ble.
T.I. And Tiny: The Family Hustle airs Monday night at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
This season on Couples Therapy, theres a lot of drama in the house thanks to the incredibly diverse and occasionally divisive personalities that have been cast. One couple, reality veterans Simon van Kempen and Alex McCord, have offered to review and recap each episode of the season to tell us the truth about the way things really were and what they think of the therapy process. This week was the season finale, and Alex has a few closing remarks about what we saw, what we didn’t see, and how glad she is to have done the show, despite her critics and her own doubts.
Wow, time flies. I can’t quite believe we’re here at the end of the season already! Simon has asked me to blog here this week, and his thoughts are on our family website here.
Overall, I’m very happy we said yes to this show. Both Simon and I were nervous — should we air our dirty laundry in public, should we subject ourselves to reality TV again, should we allow ourselves to be cut off from the outside world for three weeks? Should we, should we, etc.
After four seasons of a docu-soap show, we worried that the reality we lived while shooting would wind up looking unrecognizable on TV. That didn’t happen. We worried that we would open up an emotional can of worms during therapy that would leave our relationship worse off than before. That didn’t happen either. One thing we did not worry about was viewers wondering why we would do the show. We needed this, and we got a lot out of it. Much of our lives is very public, so why not show real struggles with solutions that people can relate to, versus manufactured drama? Read more…
In honor of Throwback Thursday, the VH1 Blog will be showcasing some of the most retro, often embarrassing, always cute photos of our favorite VH1 stars. This week, we went back into the archive to find a shot of a very young Too Short, of Couples Therapy fame, back when he first came on the scene in 1989. Twenty three years later, he’s hardly changed at all.
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