Kaylin Garcia is another new face on Love And Hip Hop, and she certainly caught our eye at the premiere party when she showed up rocking a fauxhawk and a sexy red blazer with some strategically placed double-sided tape (we assume) holding it in place. After finding her on Instagram though, a few things are very clear about Kaylin:
1) She and Joe Budden are very much in love.
2) She is very beautiful and has no problem showing off her killer body.
3) This is a woman who changes hairstyles almost as frequently as K.Michelle.
Kaylin’s said in the past that the mohawk is her “signature look,” and she wears it well, but here are some of our favorite other looks that Kaylin’s rocked through the years.
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This season, the VH1 Blog is lucky enough to have the participation of the Mob Wives cast who will be commenting on every episode of the show. This week it’s Big Ang‘s turn to give us her thoughts on the show, and as always, she’s the queen of positivity, good times, and she’s not afraid to commend her friends on a good tan. Her recap of last night’s show just proves how much she supports of all her girls, but of course she has to throw in a few references to hot guys and the Drunken Monkey — it wouldn’t be a Big Ang recap without those.
I honestly think it’s a good thing that Drita is taking the kids to see Lee. How cute are her girls by the way?On a side note, did you notice Drita’s tan when she was talking to Aleeya? I LOVE LOVE LOVED IT!!! You could never be too tanned! Read more…
Having a four-month-old daughter isn’t about to make Black Ink Crew star Puma change his laid-back attitude. When I met him recently, I asked him to describe himself and he told me “Hippie rock star life, man. I’m the cool hippie.” Puma is a relative newcomer to being a TV star, and that combined with his cool hippie attitude means nothing has gone to his head, he’s just happy to be here and he’s enjoying every second of his new fame. “It’s awesome!” he says when I ask how life has changed for him since the show debuted. “People just notice me for my hair and they’re like, oh my God, it’s Puma!” He has one complaint about fame, though. “I can’t order in Burger King anymore.” Can someone please get this guy a Whopper?
Below the jump, check out a few more shots of Puma and tune in to Black Ink Crew on Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/PT to see even more of him. Read more…
Confession: we’re obsessed with Sassy from Black Ink Crew and we can’t really take our eyes off these photos that were taken when she and the rest of the cast visited the VH1 offices last week. Sassy (real name: Ashley) is a New Jersey native who’s lived in Harlem for a decade, and when we hung out, we talked about style, the significance of UFOs and her signature Mohawk. Read more…
Just in time for Martin Luther King Day, we have for you an exclusive red band trailer of the movie specifically designed to offend people of all races, creeds and sexual orientation, Movie 43. In the most hilarious way, of course, because that was MLK Jr.’s dream, right? When the first trailer came out, we pointed out the things we couldn’t help but laugh at, even though we knew we really shouldn’t. This new trailer includes many of those again — Anna Faris‘ indecent proposal to Chris Pratt, Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber bullying their home-schooled teen, Terrence Howard’s totally racist basketball coaching technique — and a couple of other gems, namely:
- Kieran Culkin and Emma Stone debating which of the Golden Girls was “the slutty one.”
- Elizabeth Banks pointing out to Josh Duhamel that their cartoon cat masturbates to pictures of him.
Ew. But jeez, can you blame him?
[Photo: Relativity Media]
Related: Movie 43 Trailer: Which A-Lister Is Most Hilariously Offensive?
Last night on Twitter, the women of Mob Wives were especially chatty, but they were also especially sweet to one another, especially when it came to each others’ kids. While most of the women were quick to offer their support to Renee, who came to the tough decision to enter rehab, everyone, including Ramona and Karen, also rallied behind Drita and her daughters as they prepared to visit Lee in jail. And then there was Big Ang who hilariously informs us that after she filmed her scene at the car wash, her car backed into a pole. Read all the best tweets right here.
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This week’s episode of Love And Hip Hop featured a scene in which Jen and Consequence put their differences aside to celebrate their son’s first birthday, a scene that was scored by up-and-coming British soul chanteuse Jessie Ware‘s “Wildest Moments.” We caught up with Ware in New York City earlier this morning here at our Times Square headquarters, less than 12 hours after Ware performed a stunning set in front of a sold-out audience at New York City’s Bowery Ballroom. During our conversation, she confessed how the song’s placement in Love And Hip Hop gave her instant cred with the legendary Roots crew.
“[On Wednesday night], I did Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,” she explained. “I was rehearsing ‘Wildest Moments’ with The Roots, and they said, ‘Oh yeah, we love this song.’ And I was like, ‘You don’t know this song, how have you heard it?’ And they went, ‘We heard it on Love And Hip Hop, it’s really cool.’ And I was like, ‘Thank you VH1, The Roots think I’m cool!’”
So there you have it! Be sure and check out VH1 Tuner for more with the fabulous Jessie Ware, and while you’re at it, take a listen to her new EP If You’re Never Gonna Move (Cherrytree/Interscope), in stores now! And, as always, to find out more about the songs that are featured in each and every episode of our shows, bookmark our As Heard On blog today.
In this brand new sneak peek from Monday’s Black Ink Crew, Ceaser starts to realize that firing O’S**t might have been a mistake after all. After several clients come in looking for him and Ceaser has to turn them all away, Puma tries to make Ceaser realize that “maybe they need to talk.” But will Ceaser listen?
Black Ink Crew airs Monday night at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Read more…