Posts By Elizabeth Black

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Royce Reed Recaps Basketball Wives Episode 11: Too Many People And Too Many Opinions Got In The Way Of Us Just Being Happy


It’s time once again to welcome Royce Reed back to the blog so she can tell it like it is. For the past two seasons of Basketball Wives, Royce has recapped every episode, all the highs and lows, and given us her completely honest and unfiltered opinion. We’re thrilled to have her back for season four.
OK HERE WE GO!!! AGAIN, THIS IS MY BLOG AND I SAY WHAT I WANT WHEN I WANT AND HOW I WANT. IF YOU DON’T LIKE IT DON’T READ IT.

Most of last night’s episode lead up to the conversation I had with my father. It also concerned my past relationships. So while most of the girls were either having mammograms, talking about a lawsuit, or planning on how to accidentally on purpose get Jenn and Evelyn together while on their drama retreat while claiming they won’t…I was teaching Tami‘s daughters a few dance steps, walking on the beach and learning my lines in a park with Suzie who for some reason thinks Tahitians eat people. Aside from that, I was pretty much in tears.
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Catch Up With April In This Single Ladies Season One Recap Video


April Goldberg-Jenkins went from married lady to lady having an affair with the mayor to — what else? — a single lady on Single Ladies last year. Need a quick jog down memory lane to remember all the mud April had to wade through during season one? We’ve got a clip to refresh your memory. From getting caught in a widespread web of mayoral affairs to quitting her record company job to being served divorce papers by her ex on her birthday, see what April had to endure so that you’ll know just up things have to look for her this season.

Single Ladies season two premieres Monday, May 28 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
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Who Is Keisha Greene? Here’s A Single Ladies Refresher For You


It’s been several months since we checked in with Single LadiesKeisha Greene, played by LisaRaye McCoy. Keisha is many things, among them a savvy poker player, a style goddess, a (former) video vixen, and a woman who has been looking for love, finally found it, and had it taken away from her by the FBI. Over the first season of the series, we followed the relationship between Malcolm Franks (played by D.B. Woodside) and Keisha closely to try and figure whether or not it was legit since both of them seemed like they were constantly playing each other. We finally thought we had them all figured out and their love was real…until Malcolm disappeared. Will Malcolm and Keisha’s love reignite when the second season premieres on May 28? We’re not sure, but to catch up on their story, check out our clip above.
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Rehab With Dr. Drew To Premiere In September 2012

We’re excited to announce that Dr. Drew Pinsky and his team are returning to VH1 in just a few short months to share their expertise with a new group of patients. The new group that will be checking into the recovery center aren’t celebrities, however, they’re regular folks like us who have sought out Dr. Drew’s help after seeing just how dedicated and successful his treatment with celebs has been. The show, Rehab With Dr. Drew, will premiere in September, and will feature counselors Bob Forrest, psychiatrist Dr. John Sharpe, and resident technicians Shelly Sprague and Jennifer Gimenez (who tweeted on Sunday that she was on set for day one, and honored to be back). For more information about the show, read on.

“REHAB WITH DR DREW” RETURNS TO VH1 TO DIRECTLY HELP
YOUNG ADULTS WITH THEIR ADDICTION ISSUES
For me, there are no finish lines. No recovered, just recovering.
– Bill Clegg, from Ninety Days



LOS ANGELES, CA (May 1, 2012) – VH1 and Dr. Drew have started production today on a sixth installment of “Rehab with Dr Drew” to directly address alcohol and drug addiction among young adults, the largest group afflicted by addiction issues in the U.S.
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Pic Of The Day: Evelyn Lozada’s Top Secret Photo Shoot With Chrissy Lampkin

We’ve always wondered if Evelyn Lozada and Chrissy Lampkin were friends because, you know, they’re both tough, gorgeous bosses. Well, now we know the answer is yes. Evelyn posted some pictures to her website today of a “TOP SECRET” photo shoot with Chrissy and Kandi Burruss and whatever these photos are for, they’re insane. Check out some full-sized shots after the jump, and to see the entire gallery, check Evelyn’s website.
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Watch The New Mob Wives Chicago Promo For A Deep Dish Version Of The Big, Big Bang

Those of you who can’t wait to see what Mob Wives: Chicago has in store, we’ve got a little treat for you. This brand new promo for the series has just arrived —featuring the show’s theme song, “Playing For Keeps” by Elle King— and at the very least, we’re excited to finally give you a glimpse of the cast that’s been hiding out in the Windy City. For a who’s who of the new cast, check out the press release here, or read on. Mob Wives: Chicago premieres Sunday, June 10 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
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Tough Talk With Steve Ward – Episode 3 – The Zapper

Master Matchmaker Steve Ward is back for another season of Tough Love, and each week, he’ll be giving us an exclusive look at what went down behind the scenes on the series. This week, we talked to Steve about Tiffany‘s surprising progress, and the return of the zapper.

You guys have done a game show every season, so how did you think “Turned Off” stacked up to past seasons’ game shows?

All the other seasons of game shows were also done in front of a studio audience, and for this one, the audience was really the guys on stage, and then the girls became the audience. I think “Turned Off” was very insightful for the women.

Were any of the women truly shocked by how they came across to the men?
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Tough Love New Orleans Episode 3: Turned Off

Despina admits that she’s always wanted to be on a game show, and this week on Tough Love New Orleans, her dream comes true. Steve has arranged for all the women to be contestants on Turned Off, a game show that’s sweeping the nation, where women admit something about themselves and a panel of men tell them whether it’s a turn-on or a turn-off. Okay maybe this game isn’t quite sweeping the nation just yet. The men respond to what the women say by hitting a red light or a green light (green for turned on, red for turned off), so the women can see just how good or bad their conversation skills are.
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