Monday nights are already a huge night around here on VH1, after all, Monday is Basketball Wives night. But if that wasn’t enough, the second season of La La’s Full Court Life and the brand new makeover show, Styled By June, are set to premiere on Monday, March 19 immediately following the wives at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Season two of La La will focus on La La Anthony‘s insanely busy professional career as an actress and makeup mogul, but yes, it also means the return of Po, Dice, Kiyan, Melo, and all of La’s famous friends.
Speaking of famous friends, June Ambrose, the star of Styled By June, has worked with Jay-Z, Beyonce, Missy Elliott, and dozens of other celebs, and in her brand new show, she breathes new life into the images of some brand new famous clients like Mischa Barton and Trina. For more on both shows, read on.
VH1 IS SERVING UP A NIGHT OF HOOPS AND HIGH HEELS WITH AN ALL
NEW SEASON OF “LA LA’S FULL COURT LIFE” STARRING LA LA ANTHONY
AND THE SERIES PREMIERE OF “STYLED BY JUNE” STARRING JUNE AMBROSE
Both Series Premiering on Monday, March 19 Starting at 9PM ET/PT
VH1′s award-winning series Rock Docs will be premiering two upcoming films next month, but not on television. Instead, they’ll be shown at the South By Southwest festival in Austin, Texas. Marley, a documentary telling the “definitive life story” of Bob Marley, UPRISING: Hip Hop And The L.A. Riots will both debut at the fest, and another film, Downloaded: The Digital Revolution, about the founding of Napster, will also be unveiled. Downloaded will also include a panel discussion featuring Napster co-founders Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning, as well as director (and alter ego of Bill S. Preston, Esquire), Alex Winter. For more information about all three films, check out the release below.VH1′S EMMY AWARD-WINNING “VH1 ROCK DOCS” FRANCHISE JOINS SXSW FILM FESTIVAL IN MARCH WITH THE PREMIERE OF TWO NEW DOCUMENTARIES, A PANEL AND EXCLUSIVE SNEAK PEEK INTO THE RISE AND FALL OF NAPSTER WITH “DOWNLOADED: THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION”
“Marley” and “UPRISING: Hip Hop and The L.A. Riots” will Premiere at SXSW on March 11th and March 14th
Actor/Filmmaker Alex Winter and Napster Co-founders Shawn Fanning and Sean Parker Unveil Upcoming Documentary “Downloaded: The Digital Revolution” with Panel Discussion and Exclusive Clip
Now I understand why these women throw drinks so often. They’re pretending they just won the Super Bowl and they just want to pour some Haterade on someone’s head. There was a lot of mean-girl activity this week, right?
When your network has several shows that are about the lives of basketball wives, it makes sense that several of the stars should show up for the NBA’s All-Star Weekend. We’ve been keeping an eye on who was out an about in Orlando for the past few days that led up to the All-Star game, and while La La Anthony wins the award for hitting the most events (often with her pal, Gabrielle Union and her hubby, All-Star forward, Carmelo Anthony), others like Emily Bustamante, Gloria Govan, Somaya Reece, and Jackie and Doug Christie were having fun in Florida, too. Check out our gallery of stars who were there.
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Celebrity Rehab alum Sean Young had a rough Oscar night last night, TMZ reports that the actress was arrested after being asked to leave the Governor’s Ball, for which she didn’t have a ticket. TMZ writes “Sean left but came back shortly thereafter, and when security asked her to leave again, a guard may have placed his hand on her arm when Sean allegedly slapped him. She was then placed under citizen’s arrest for battery.”
In a somewhat confusing video, posted after the jump, Young explains that the Academy’s lawyer is the person responsible for getting her arrested. She ended up spending four hours in police custody.
Mob Wives stars Renee Graziano and Big Ang looked like they had a ball on Friday night when they made an appearance at Splash, a bar in New York City. And they made a friend (who wore a Batman tattoo and not much else) while they were there! We love this photo so, so much, we just had to share.
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We’ve always known that the stars of our shows have style and most of them love fashion. Some, like La La Anthony, have walked the runway, and others like the Govan sisters and Olivia Longott have attended Fashion Week in the past. New York Fashion Week, which took place last week, saw two of our own strutting down the catwalk at the Edwing D’Angelo runway show: Looks like Royce Reed and Carla Facciolo might have modeling careers if they ever get sick of reality TV. We’ve got more photos of the two in the gallery below. What do you think?
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Rapper and Love And Hip Hop star Jim Jones was arrested on Friday night after an altercation at Foxwoods Resort in Connecticut. Jones and four others were charged after a fight broke out at a party hosted by Sean “Diddy” Combs, he was charged with resisting arrest for an alleged assault on an officer and for breach of peace. After the incident occurred, he posted bail to the tune of $40,000 and was released. He tweeted after the fact “40k in bonds 1 night had a ball lets see of I can get tht 40 back on th crap table wooord #vampirelife”, so the arrest doesn’t seem to have dampened his spirits. This evening he also tweeted “This is gettin blown way out of proportion.” According to her own Twitter account, Jones’ fiancee Chrissy Lampkin was also scheduled to attend the party at Foxwoods, but she has remained silent regarding the scuffle.
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Karen Gravano‘s book hasn’t even been on the shelves for two full weeks and it is already a New York Times bestseller! Yes, it’s official, when we checked our copy of the paper this morning, there it was, Gravano’s memoir, Mob Daughter, is currently ranked #18 on the Hardcover Nonfiction list for the week and, having read it, we can 100% vouch for it and tell you that that number is sure to climb. Huge congrats to Karen, your family here at VH1 is thrilled for your success! You can buy the book here.
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