As a boutique owner, LeToya Lucketthas been in immersed in the fashion world for years, making it easy for her to get along with Single Ladies‘ stylist Anthony L. Williams. The Project Runway alum has beenoutfitting the castfor the past two seasons and has charmed fans with his out-of-this-world personality. But apparently he has a performance streak of his own?
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You may know LeToya Luckett as an original member of Destiny’s Child, but she’s a multi-faceted star in her own right. The talented singer, actress and business owner joined theSingle Ladies cast this season,bringing life to the fierce breed of music executives she knows all too well. In addition to playing Felicia Price, LeToya is contributing new music to the show’s third season while working on her third solo album. New single “Don’t Make Me Wait” (featured in the clip above) debuts on tonight’s all-new episode.
Fans of Couples Therapy have seen the dysfunction that exists between Jon Gosselin and girlfriend Liz Jannetta. It’s not the first time that Jon has put his personal life on television, and if we’re to go by his track record, things might end well for these two. Then again, Jon & Kate Plus 8 didn’t have the expertise of Dr. Jenn and her staff.
Whether they’re styling their so-bad-it’s-good hair or changing into elaborate costumes mid-episode, the folks of Happy Endings never do anything halfway. And like their affinity for casual competition among friends, this Chicago crew always knows when to get their point across through song.
In addition to expanding her acting career and sharing a home here on VH1, La La Anthony is celebrating the release of her brand-new book, The Love Playbook: Rules for Love, Sex, and Happiness. Oh, and her husband, New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony, recently scored 62 points in a single game. Yep, this family is just that much more successful than you are.
Ceaser Emanuel has always been a hustler. The star of Black Ink Crew and owner of Harlem’s Black Ink looking to expand his resume even further with the release of his latest project: Black Ink magazine.
Did you like what you saw on this season of theBlack Ink Crew? Are you thinking about getting some fresh ink from Ceaser, Dutchess or O’S**t? Warning: Their designs may be hot, but they come at a price.
Congratulations to Puma and Quani! The happy couple managed survive family flare-ups and resist the urge to only consume rum punch while in Jamaica long enough to officially become husband and wife on tonight’s Black Ink Crew. It wasn’t an easy road, though, as their guest list threatened to ruin the big day–even in such an idyllic location.
Thanks to a skilled roster of artists and the prominence of reality television, the Black Ink Crew upped its celebrity clientele in Season Two. Yes, Ceaser, Dutchess and O’S**t are in demand when it comes to tattoo requests, and it’s not just their Harlem neighbors who are hanging out inside the shop. Over the last 12 weeks we’ve seen a rap legend, a rising NBA star and a fellow VH1 personality leave satisfied with their respective ink. Not too shabby, right?
We’ve seen Puma get grilled by Quani‘s mother before, but we figured he already had his soon-to-be in-law’s blessing… since they’re getting married and all. Eh, not exactly. On Monday night’s season finale of Black Ink Crew Puma can’t seem to enjoy a few hours of peace in paradise before the ceremony, without getting into a blow-up with the other Denise.