Week after week, we watch the sexy cast of Hit The Floor wow us with their creative bedroom gymnastics and their skillful athletic abilities on the court. Since we’ve seen their barely-clad bodies so often, we thought a little quiz was in order…can you identify a Devil or Devil Girl just by looking at their abs? Take our quiz to see how well you know the hardbodies of Hit The Floor!
This week on Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, Joseline made it very clear what she and Stevie planned to do after their dinner date, and yes, dessert involved one hearty slice of beefcake. We grabbed our favorite still from the scene and offered it up to you guys to make a meme out of it, and as you have every week thus far, you crushed it. Read more…
If Erica Pinkett seems a little familiar to all you eagle-eyed Love & Hip Hop Atlanta viewers, that’s because you’re probably remembering her from her appearance on the show last season. No, she wasn’t lurking in the background waiting for Scrappy to ditch Erica and Shay, she was actually interviewing to be an employee at DJ Babey Drew and Traci Steele‘s shoe store. In the clip above, watch Traci size Pinky up and call her a “popcorn video ho.” From there, Erica antagonizes Traci to the point where she takes her shoes off and gets ready to fight.
Hit The Floor creator James LaRosa is probably the most invested showrunner we can think of. The man not only is the mastermind behind the guiltiest pleasure on television, but he’s also beloved on the set and something of a documentarian behind the scenes of the show. This week, LaRosa sent us some pictures from his personal collection, complete with some “director’s commentary” about the episode. In the following captions, you’ll learn how the confessional sex scene is even more blasphemous than you imagined, and learn some fun facts about the set and actors on the show. Hit it, James!
It’s all about photo shoots this week on Love & Hip Hop Atlanta: Check Yourself. First up, Stevie, Joseline and Benzino discuss the fact that Tammy told Mimi about Joseline‘s Hip Hop Weekly spread and word has gotten back to Joseline (via Benzino, although he denies it, saying “I don’t know what you’re talkin’ ’bout, Willis!”) that her name is in everyone’s mouth.
Later, Rasheeda and Kirk talk about their family photo shoot and Kirk continues to trash-talk his mother-in-law and does NOT appreciate the fact that Rasheeda went to his bar to have a conversation with Jasmine the Wannabe Nanny. Watch the cast reactions to the episode now!
On this week’s Inside The Arena, the web-only exclusive after show featuring the Devil Girls and the rest of the cast of Hit The Floor, Devil Girl Romy interviews Ahsha Hayes to find out what it was like to be a rookie All-Star, and what life is like inside the stadium working alongside her parents. Unfortunately the interview gets derailed when Derek busts in and makes things uncomfortable for everyone, especially Ahsha. Will her discomfort make it obvious that they have a secret they’re trying to hide? Watch Inside The Arena for stolen moments like this that you won’t see anywhere else!
Hit The Floor‘s Jelena Howard is one of TVs best villains, but she’s played by one of the sweetest actresses out there, Logan Browning. Browning is the anti-Jelena, in fact. She’s a goofball with a great sense of humor and, unlike her on-screen alter ego, she actually is very much a team player and adores her co-stars. Check out our 15 favorite pictures of Logan proving to the world that she is not the cold-hearted ice queen we’ve come to know, she’s a sweet southern girl who just wants the world to know she can be a dork sometimes, too.
By now, almost everyone knows that Linda Perry of 4 Non Blondes has penned some of the biggest songs of the past 15 years for artists like Pink and Christina Aguilera. Both singers have credited Perry for bringing out something from deep within them and turning their music into something more magical, more personal, and pushed them to their outer limits. That’s exactly what Perry’s new VH1 series, Make Or Break: The Linda Perry Project, seeks to do with a group of new artists trying to make a name for themselves, and Linda is there to serve as their mentor, to shape their music and their careers.