Backstage at the Love & Hip Hop season 4 reunion, the cast review their favorite catchphrases. Let’s just say things get a little ratchet! Yet, there’s no denying that just about everyone came up with something to say this past season. Our personal favorite has to be “I make dreams come true” from Rich Dollaz. He managed to turn something seemingly inspirational into an affirmation about his status and power. Hey, when you’ve got it, flaunt it!
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If you’re a fan of Hollywood Exes or Couples Therapy,chances are you’ve heard Kodaline, a new quartet hailing from Ireland. The group’s indie rock sound has served as the soundtrack for the shows’ most dramatic scenes, including the time AJ broke the news to Renee he was moving out on Mob Wives.
“It’s really cool,” says Stephen Garrigan, the group’s lead singer, in an exclusive interview VH1. “It’s a different way of looking at the song.”
Mark Prendergast adds that “it’s a huge compliment when someone wants to use your song in a different context.”VH1’s music supervisors, the ones who have used Kodaline’s songs in a “different context,” explain why the band’s music works so perfectly in each scene.
It’s Throwback Thursday and we are enjoying another VH1 classic that you may (or may not) have forgotten about: Audrina! The series followed The Hills alum around as she focused on her life after MTV. The show also expanded Audrina’s world, introducing fans to her family, which included Momma Lynn and her quiet husband Mark, Audrina’s siblings, Casey, Marky and Samantha. Though, the spotlight belonged almost entirely to Lynn, who dominated the show’s only season with her drunken tirades andhistrionic ramblings. However, Audrina wasn’t the only Hills cast member with an outrageous family member. Over the course of six seasons, fans met some other interesting personalities.
It’s Throwback Thursday and we are taking a weekly look back at old shows that you may (or may not) have forgotten about. First up: Tool Academy. For three seasons, the show duped a group of men, who thought of themselves as ballers, players, pimps and badasses, into thinking they were competing for the title of Mr. Awesome. Once on the show, they realized it was actually a charm school designed for tools. Each week, the men found themselves competing to prove their worth (and maturity) to their girlfriends, who had secretly enrolled them on the show. Of all the contestants on the series, these were the ones that tested us the most.
Here at VH1, we were feeling a little nostalgic about some of our favorite reality shows about ‘love.’ Maybe it’s because we recently watched a bunch of them on Hulu+ and rekindled our love for Flavor Flav, Bret Michaels, New York, Real and Chance, Daisy, and the whole crew of crazy personalities that made TV worth watching. And honestly, after reading this list we are digging through our DVD drawers to dust off our copies of Flavor Of Love and I Love New York among others.
It wouldn’t be aLove And Hip Hop Atlanta reunion without some bling and trust us, there was plenty to go around.The girls wore everything from diamond toe rings to forehead bands. We got a closer look at some of the best jewelry worn during the reunion and backstage before the show.
If there’s one thing these girls know is shoes. The reunion demonstrated that knowledge, with the ladies of Love And Hip Hop Atlanta donning some of the finest heels seen on the show, especially Erica Dixon. Did you see those things? They were amazing. From heels to the decked out sneaks that Stevie J and Benzino were wearing, it might have seemed like everyone was wearing Giuseppe Zanotti, but there were a few other brands mixed in. Take a peek at all of them below.
Check out all the candid moments of the girls getting ready and moments on stage that you didn’t see on the Love And Hip Hop Atlanta reunion. That’s right, you didn’t get to see everything in the two-part special!
During the Love And Hip Hop Atlanta reunion, the women showed off their class and style with some exquisite outfits. For one girl, one outfit was not enough. That’s right, K.Michelle sported two looks during the reunion special, one for the stage (which you’ll get a better look at during her performance next week) and one for the couch. But was either outfit superior over the other ladies’ dresses? It’s time for you to let us know by voting on the best dressed woman of the night.
The ladies weren’t the only fashion stars at the reunion of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta. The men showcased their swagger and style in various outfits that reflected their onscreen personas. While each of them would tell you they were rocking the best style, it’s up to you to determine who wore it best. Was it Benzino in his purple blazer and Giuseppe shoes, DJ Babey Drew looking dapper in Vera Wang or Stevie J‘s all-black look, which he told us was a nod to Trayvon Martin? Check out all their looks and vote on the best looking man at the reunion.