Stevie TV is back for Season Two, which means plenty more from Stevie Ryan, as well as her cast of hilarious (and sometimes made up) friends. As we prepare for next Friday’s premiere, it’s time to start prepping for what’s to come, including appearances by Stevie Minaj and Lil Lil Wayne, hard-hitting stories from the docu-series My Strange Intervention, and the legal expertise of your local group of YOLOwyers.
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This week’s installment of I’m Married To A… shed light on a dating phenomenon we’ve seen play out in movies and across the pages of tabloids. Meet Antoine and Towana, a committed and loving couple who just so happen to be 18 years apart. (Yes, it’s time to ready those Graduate references and soapbox speech about how Jennifer Lopez most definitely has a “type.”) The fact that Antoine is closer in age to Tim and Chrissy (Towana’s children) than his own girlfriend is something people notice, sure, but by no means a defining factor in their relationship. And despite being only 24, Antoine is so in love, he put a ring on it.
On Hit The Floor Dean Cain plays Coach Pete Davenport, the former Los Angeles Devils star tasked with leading the city’s current crop basketball stars to greatness (and keeping them away from the dancers whenever possible). For the former Superman, landing the part is simply destiny: “I literally have spent my entire life preparing for this role,” Cain says, citing his stint in the NFL with the Buffalo Bills and lengthy contact list of professional athletes and front office execs as influential in how he prepared for the role.
You could use the long weekend to work on your base tan, or test out one of the delicious, Chrissy Teigen-approved barbecue dishes, OR you can camp out in front of the television from Saturday through Monday reliving all the drama from Erica, Rich, Stevie J., Mimi, Joseline, and many more. VH1 is celebrating Memorial Day weekend with a mega-marathon of Love And Hip Hop, which means you should cancel any conflicting plans as soon as possible.
The models have yet to infiltrate the kitchen of Mandalay Bay for a less than glamorous Model Employee challenge, but we know it’s coming. And as any avid Chrissy Teigen fan knows, the Sports Illustrated pin-up is just as skilled in front of a stove as she is at looking sultry on a sandy beach. Whether or not Chrissy T. will get her hands dirty on next week’s episode, we figured she was the perfect person to craft a Memorial Day menu for our upcoming barbecues and boozy brunches–but we didn’t think we’d start drooling from just listening to her say the word “juices.”
Still processing The Gossip Game finale? You’re in luck! The incomparable Ms. Drama–who coined the term, “El Racheto”–will be joining Love And Hip Hop‘s Jen The Pen on an all-new episode of Very VH1 this afternoon.
Like the rest of America, VH1 stars have become very infatuated with one word in recent months, making it a go-to for when they really want an on-camera insult to sting. From Ms. Drama‘s catchy name for Vivian Billings to K. Michelle‘s description of her own behavior, we’ve seen the term “ratchet” play out on screen, and explored hypothetical scenarios that could be deemed as such, as well as certain celebrities with, ahem, ratchet tendencies. But what does it all mean?
To get to the bottom of this pressing matter, we’ve enlisted the help of members of The Gossip Game, Hit The Floor, and Love And Hip Hop Atlanta to weigh in on the prevalent term hitting TV screens and city streets across the country. The results may surprise you.
Couples Therapy returns for Season Three this summer, bringing tears, tension, and a whole lot of drama. It’s never easy to watch people sort out what can be deep-seated issues on television, but one thing that is slightly comforting: Flavor Flav will be there (along with his fiance and baby mama, Elizabeth Trujillo, of course).
Because we figured you couldn’t wait any longer, we’re giving you the opportunity to watch the first episode of our brand-new scripted series, Hit The Floor, FIVE DAYS before its official premiere. You knew you loved us, but now you want to buy us flowers and shout it from the rooftops, right? We figured.
Get ready to witness the most dangerous challenge yet on tonight’s episode of Model Employee. Say what you will about the fashion industry being a metaphorical shark tank, tonight we’re only concerned with the literal stuff–namely, what happens with beautiful girls dive into water that’s home to aggressive (and potentially murderous?) creatures. Sounds fun, right?