Our friends at Logo TV know how much you all love and miss Tiffany Pollard, better known to VH1 fans as New York, and they’re offering up the chance to spend some time with the notorious Celebreality star. All you have to do is become a member of the Fans of the NewNowNext Facebook page in order to sign up for a chance to go to the RuPaul’s All Stars Drag Race premiere event with Pollard, who’s also going to be an upcoming guest star on Logo’s newest show DTLA. One lucky person and their guest will get to accompany New York to the L.A. premiere on October 16th. What are you waiting for? You know you love New York!
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By now you’ve almost certainly heard that an excerpt (can you call it an excerpt?) of the sex tape starring Hulk Hogan has been released to Gawker. And now TMZ reports that Hogan and his team of lawyers are readying themselves (to rummmble) for a lawsuit if the site doesn’t pull the video of the Hulkster having sex (reportedly with Heather Clem, wife of his BFF Bubba The Love Sponge) down. The clip is still up as of now, but trust us when we tell you that you probably don’t want to watch, because this man makes love as tenderly as, uh, a wrestler who constantly checks his phone and talks about how full and indigestion-y he is from eating too much. Seriously.
So maybe all this turbulence in her ex’s life created some havoc in Linda Hogan‘s life today too, because we also just found out that she had a rough one and was arrested for DUI last night in Malibu. Hogan, whose blood alcohol was just over the legal limit of .08, coming in at .084, was arrested and later released on $5,000 bail. Linda’s rep commented saying “Linda sincerely regrets the arrest.” It’s certainly a rough day for the pair.
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Everyone is still on edge thanks to their detox on Rehab With Dr. Drew, and that means that tension is still high. In this sneak peek from this Sunday night’s show, Ashleigh and Eric continue their argument that was held over from their hike last time, and Jasmen points out that now that everyone is detoxing, they’re showing their “true f—ing colors.” This eventually leads to some intense revelations in one of the most shocking, dramatic episodes of the season.
Rehab With Dr. Drew airs Sunday night at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
The Harris family loves junk food. So what’s a dad with six hungry Cookie Monsters to do when he sees them all gobbling sweets for breakfast (and lunch…and dinner)? Challenge them, of course. Shekinah’s not even part of the family, but when she hears about it, her first reaction is “NO.”
“You will be healthy! Fitness is upon you all,” Tip tells them when he announces that he’s giving everyone a week to get in shape. This is probably going to be one whiny week.
T.I. And Tiny: The Family Hustle airs Monday night at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
The future Mrs. Lil Scrappy, Erica Dixon, has tweeted about her plans to get her modeling career going, and judging from these new shots, this woman is going to have a long, successful career ahead of her. The Love And Hip Hop: Atlanta star posed for Atlanta photographer Derek Blanks and the results are nothing short of stunning. Take a peek at a couple of shots of Erica here, and head over to TheYBF.com for a full gallery of Erica looking absolutely gorgeous. Read more…
This season on Couples Therapy, there’s 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, Alex weighs in.
I’m trying to think of a witty opening line welcoming our amazing followers to a new show and network, but I didn’t sleep last night and I’ve got nothing, so let’s just get to it…
I don’t think Simon or I knew what to expect from this experience; both of us came in with skepticism and a whole Kevlar suit of self-protection. I’ll let him speak for himself though on his own blog and give you my thoughts.
The day we arrived in the house, another Housewives divorce had been announced. For the previous four years we’d been dealing with shadow personalities created for us in an editing suite based on a collage of soundbites pulled at random. Was it really us? Yes and no…timing and context can really change meaning. There was enough “no” to stress us out to a breaking point. We had to turn our professional lives and careers completely inside out, and we started taking it out on each other. In an effort to protect each other and our children from the aftermath, we were taking bigger and bigger bites out of each other, and you can only do that for so long before you bleed to death. What we have is truly worth fighting for — I want to spend as many years as I have left with my best friend, Simon. Hence, therapy. Yes, it’s on TV. So what? If TV helped us make the mess, why not let TV help clean it up? Read more…
We’ve got a new feature here on the VH1 Blog in honor of Throwback Thursday, and it involves some of the most retro, often embarrassing, always cute photos of our favorite VH1 stars. Today we have a photo from the newest addition to the cast of Basketball Wives L.A., Bambi, who looks pretty angelic in this old-school portrait.
Style is something Alex McCord and Simon van Kempen have become known for, and the veteran reality stars truly know how to complement one another in the fashion department. During a recent trip to the VH1 offices to promote their new show, Couples Therapy, we grabbed a few shots of them and asked them to tell us a little bit about their wardrobe. Known for their Brooklyn roots and eclectic taste, their fashion choices were no different, running from Dior and Cavalli to thrift shop bargains. And, God love her, Alex’s boots are older than her children. That’s my kind of lady. Check out all of our glamour shots below.
Couples Therapy airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT on VH1.
Couples Therapy seeks to repair the relationships of couples who have spent significant time in the spotlight, and season two is going to bring the drama in ways that season one never dreamed. Already in the first episode, the focus is on Courtney Stodden, age 17, and Doug Hutchison, age 52, whose thirty-five year age gap has the rest of the new cast pretty much disgusted and distracted. I spoke to Dr. Jenn Berman about her own reservations in bringing Courtney on the show and potentially contributing to the exploitation of a minor while also making sure that the rest of the group received proper care. Here’s the first in our weekly chats with Dr. Jenn.
I feel like my line of questioning for episode one might skew a little Courtney and Doug-heavy, but I have to ask about them first because they definitely held a lot of focus this episode. Were you concerned that they would steal focus throughout the process?
Their influence in the house was very much felt in the first episode, so it makes sense that they’re especially on your mind.
Just seeing the way they interacted with the rest of the cast almost felt disruptive to start, because everyone seemed to get off on the wrong foot with them.
Well, just to back up, initially I was very concerned about the dynamics of them, but I felt very uneasy and uncomfortable working with them given that she was 16 when they married and he was 50, I was really concerned about potentially exploiting her and contributing to that. It’s something I talk about a lot with them just in terms of my own struggles with them, and at one point, you’ll see this coming up, I said to them that my greatest reservation in working with you two is that I don’t want to contribute to the exploitation of a minor and if I feel at any point that I am, I’m going to ask you to leave. Ultimately, the conclusion that I came to was that this is a legally married couple that genuinely has marital issues and that those issues have to be addressed for the sake of their future and tier marriage, and I felt that I could do it in good conscience. It took me a while to get there and you’ll me struggling with that throughout the season. Read more…