Emily Bustamante‘s story is hard not to get invested in, probably because she’s such a sweet person (who happens to be gorgeous and talented too). The Love And Hip Hop star’s relationship with Fabolous unraveled last season on the show, and season two is all about Emily’s redemption and rebirth. In this interview with Creme Magazine, Emily discusses her issues, her passions, and what it’s been like to move on. Here are some of our favorite quotes from the piece.
Emily on getting over Fab: I just focused on my clothing line. And that’s my man [laughs]. You know, that’s my baby. And I put all my energy into that. And really, just having a goal, or maybe a hobby, or just focusing on something else, really helped me. My clothing line is definitely something that keeps me busy, and it keeps my thoughts on that. Because [healing] is definitely a long process, and it takes a lot of work. And if your mind ain’t right, there’s no way in the world that you can accomplish something like that. So, I had to get my mind right. Read more…
We would just like to thank Jackie, Draya,Chrissy, Kimbella and the rest of the ladies from Basketball Wives L.A. and Love And Hip Hop for delivering one of the biggest nights that VH1 has had in quite a long time. The ratings are in, and fans turned out in droves to watch the season finale of Basketball Wives L.A. and the season two premiere of Love And Hip Hop, to the tune of nearly four million viewers. Of course, we’d also like to thank you, the fans, for watching. Check out the press release for all the impressive numbers and tune in every Monday to continue this trend.
VH1 FINISHES MONDAY NIGHT AS THE #1 NON-SPORTS CABLE NETWORK AMONG VIEWERS 18-49 THANKS TO SERIES-HIGH PERFORMANCES FROM “BASKETBALL WIVES LA” FINALE AND “LOVE AND HIP HOP” SEASON TWO PREMIERE
Nearly 4 Million Viewers Tune In For VH1′s Premiere And Encore Episode of “Love & Hip Hop” Season Two – Premiere Averages An Impressive 1.8 Rating In The 18-49 Demo
A Combined 3.8 Million Total Viewers Tune In For The Season Finale Of
VH1’s “Basketball Wives LA” – Finale Episode Scores A 1.5 In the Key18-49 Demo
They don’t usually set off fireworks for New Year’s Day, but we’re definitely going to see some sparks fly when season two of Mob Wives returns to the airwaves on January 1, 2012. In addition to the confirmation that our four favorite Staten Islanders are back to finish what they started in season two, we’re also going to get a dose of the Windy City when VH1 launches Mob Wives: Chicago in the spring as well. For information about both shows and a word from creator Jenn Graziano, read on.
THEY’RE GANGSTER AND THEY’RE BACK!
VH1′S SMASH HIT “MOB WIVES” RINGS IN SEASON 2
ON NEW YEAR’S DAY
The Family Expands in Spring 2012 with its First Spin-Off “Mob Wives: Chicago”
Last night’s season premiere of Love And Hip Hop was huge in so many ways, and everyone is still talking about the punch-kicks heard round the world. The show’s newest stars, Kimbellaand Yandy, appeared on The Breakfast Club on Power 105 to hash out some of the details of what went down last night. Kimbella, who felt the wrath of Chrissy when she got sucker-punched at the end of the episode explains that Chrissy is, in fact the biggest reason she wanted to do the show. Kimbella says she “wanted to meet Chrissy, more than anyone else,” and has no idea to this day whether Chrissy had a preexisting beef with her before Kimbella admitted to dating Fabolous. And as for why Kimbella even brought that up, she said she was “in the moment,” but that she did it on camera for the sake of the show. Watch the entire feisty interview here. Read more…
We grew up with MTV’s hit show Total Request Live, and we’re super-excited that the nostalgia-train is stopping at 1515 Broadway for a look back at this influential pop culture goldmine that was such a huge part of our day…back in the day. VH1′s Rock Docs franchise will be showing a glimpse at the behind-the-scenes world of TRL in the hour-long documentary The TRL Decade, which premieres on VH1 Thursday, December 15, 2011 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Carson Daly, La La Anthony, Damien Fahey and the rest of the gang are back together at last to discuss the heyday when music took over the crossroads of the world in Times Square.
VH1′S EMMY AWARD-WINNING “ROCK DOCS” FRANCHISE REVISITS
THE 10-YEAR TIMES SQUARE TAKEOVER
WITH THE TRL DECADE
Hour-Long Doc Premieres Thursday, December 15, 2011 at 9PM* Read more…
Basketball Wives L.A. star Jackie Christie has graciously offered to write a column for the VH1 blog with the advice and wisdom she’s picked up after years of marriage to retired NBA star Doug Christie. The Christies’ relationship has been inspirational for many of their peers, and they’ve never compromised it, they put family and each other ahead of everything else. The pair wrote a book,No Ordinary Love, together and we’re glad that Jackie has chosen to share even more of her words of wisdom as a true basketball wife with us each week. This week: He loves me, she loves me not! Read more…
Welcome back, Love And Hip Hop! We pick up this season roughly where we left off, but within minutes, we’re in the midst of new battles, new alliances and new enemies. At least these women can fight and, in Kimbella’s words, “still look pretty.” Read more…
You know when you come home from a great vacation full of sightseeing and adventure and you say “I need a vacation from my vacation!”? The Basketball Wives L.A. Hawaii trip was like that for me. Unfortunately, we’re not getting a vacation this week to recuperate, we’re getting more drama than ever (but fewer sea turtles). Read more…
Season one of Basketball Wives L.A. is over and done with (aside, of course, from the two-part reunion which will air November 21 and 28), and we’re curious to know what you think. Now that the drama is over, the kicking-off-the-island is done, and the name-calling is old news, who came out on top? Which of the wives is your favorite?