The men of Single Ladies need no real description, they all tend to fall under the umbrella of “hot.” To see what we mean, check out this clip featuring the men of season two, but be warned, you need to be good at multitasking since you’ll have to fan yourself while you watch. And as a bonus, check out a special clip of love interest/Dancing With The Stars star/essence of male beauty, William Levy as Antonio the stable boy. Not kidding, he really is a stable boy, and he may or may not be involved in an actual roll in the hay.
Single Ladies (and the men who love them) premieres Monday, May 28
Last night’s episode of Basketball Wives was pretty intense once Tami laid in to Kesha about talking about her behind her back. But even though the fight gets pretty heated, Kesha has piped up to say that the women are over it now.
She tells Sister 2 Sister Magazine that after Tami suffered a heart attack back in March, their own personal drama became less important. “After Tami’s health scare,” Kesha says, “whatever drama was going on between us was out the window…I sent her an email telling her I hoped for a speedy recovery and was praying for her, and that’s the last I heard of it.” It’s not the last we’ll hear of it, since part two of their fight will play out next week, but it’s nice to hear some good Basketball Wives-related news once in a while!
Who knew Carmelo Anthony was such a diva? In this red carpet interview with VH1 News’ Janell Snowden, Melo and wife La La Anthony chatted about what they wore to the Met Costume Gala last night, but La La revealed that her husband takes a looong time to get ready. “He’s so slow,” she says.
“I gotta take my time, I don’t like to be rushed,” Carmelo responded. Check out the full clip for more details on what the pair was wearing and their tips for getting ready.
La La’s Full Court Life airs Monday nights at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
Notoriously hard-nosed producer Harvey Weinstein is famous for choosing great projects, one example being Mob Wives, which is produced by the Weinstein Company. And it sounds like Harvey has met his match when it comes to working with these ladies. When VH1 News reporter Janell Snowden spoke to him at the Met Gala last night, she asked if the mob wives scared him, to which he responded “Absolutely, are you kidding? I fear for my life.”
Watch the clip above as the two discuss the show and Big Ang, who he says is the star that “scares me the most.”
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.
This episode was pretty intense…So lets just get right into it.
The relationship between my dad and I has been damaged for years. It started going downhill when I was in high school and I decided I no longer wanted to run track. Yes, I was good, but I didn’t love it. I come from a family FULL of athletes, most of whom ran track and still hold a few records in Florida for relays and single races. My love stopped when it felt more like a job than something I loved to do because it was forced on me. Since the day I decided I wanted to continue dancing and cheering competitively I haven’t felt “good enough” for my dad. Read more…
Mob Wives can be dramatic, even operatic at times (although this season, you could also compare it to a Greek tragedy with all the familial betrayal). But all that intense emotion is why we love it so…and why we love this new promo which premiered on Sunday night. Watch the video above to see the Mob Wives Opera play out in all it’s bobble-headed glory. Unlike Big Ang, we think you should stick around for this drama.
Mob Wives airs Sundays at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
A lot comes with the territory of being famous, and this week, La La experiences the good, the bad, and the ugly sides of fame.
Tami Roman speaks the truth.
Last week we heard that Mob Wives star Renee Graziano‘s son, AJ, had been arrested. Knowing what we know about AJ, who has said on-camera that he has no desire to be a part of “the life” and he’s always appeared to stay out of trouble, we wondered what the real story was, so we went right to the source. TMZ has reported that AJ and his girlfriend happened to drive past two girls a few weeks ago who were involved in a fight, and he pulled over to break them up. Last Wednesday, he was arrested for hitting one of the girls.
On Friday, we actually hung out for a bit with Renee to find out what the story was, and while she was fairly quiet on the subject, she was adamant that AJ will be proven innocent. “My son did nothing wrong, except try to do the right thing,” she told us, saying that any allegations against him are “untrue.” Similarly, AJ’s rep told TMZ that the arrest was just the result of the girl’s attempt to defame him. “Beyond engaging in violent behavior,” the rep said, “it speaks very poorly of this girl’s character that she would blatantly lie in an attempt to defame AJ’s name. The truth will come out and we feel justice will be served.”
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This week in Basketball Wives sneak peeks…Before the ladies can head off to their highly anticipated, highly dramatic trip to Tahiti, they need to settle some local business first. Royce, who is NOT going on the girls’ trip, needs to resolve issues with her dad and Dezmon, and last week’s teary conversation continues and gets even more complicated. And Tami needs to hit up her anger management therapy session before she puts herself in an emotionally charged situation with Kesha. Are there volcanoes in Tahiti? Because something is going to erupt, and soon.
Basketball Wives airs Monday night at 8 p.m. ET/PT.