The show’s over, but there’s plenty left to discover about our guy. Is he stressed out about tabloid lies? Does he like thick women? Has he got a celebrity crush? Ray J fills us in on lots of things as he answers queries submitted by fans.
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Paul F. Tompkins rolls through the Miss California/ Perez Hilton bruhaha over gay marriage, tells us about a new Britain’s Got Talent kid kicking soul music, reminds us of Shepard Smith‘s freak out over waterboarding, Kathy Lee‘s freak out with Vivica Fox, and, of course, the downside of dating on The Cougar.
If you watched Daisy of Love‘s premiere last night, you heard Morningwood‘s “Best of Me” blasting from the TV at the start of the show. The band is a favorite of ours, and singer Chantal Claret brings lots of unabashed sexuality to the swagger that drives the whole thing. Turns out Claret is a celebreality addict well. She’s going to be hosting several of the live blog parties that will take place as each new Daisy Of Love episode premieres. Follow her lead and there’ll be lots of lively discussion going on.
Claret is all hooked up, so it was no surprise that she was part of the festivities at last night’s kick-off party in Daisyville. An avid blogger and vlogger, she snapped off some photos and wrote up some impressions of the evening. Check out her report.
“Being from NYC, this was one of the first “Hollywood” parties that I have gone to since I have moved out here.
I’m not used to waiting on line, or waiting to get my pictures taken on the red carpet, but I am willing to put up with it for the sake of the absurd, and most importantly, I AM A HUGE FAN OF REALITY TELEVISION!
On the line I was standing behind Destiny & Catherine from Rock of Love 2 and in front of Megan. I was so psyched to be in a Rock of Love sammich, but it was totally lost on Pedro, my bass player, who doesn’t even own a television. He kept asking “Who are you talking about, why are you so excited?” It was like having a TV in front of my face, and I felt the same way about them I.R.L (in real life) as I did about watching them on the little screen.
True to character Megan seemed sort of ornery; when I asked her if she was psyched for Daisy, she sort of smirked and told me to watch her show instead. Brandi M. was a hottie potatie, and she seemed like a sweetheart who was genuinely happy for Daisy. Same with Destiny, who said that she and Daisy have become “close friends.” Riki Rachtman was the cat’s pajamas; he was there with his hot wife, and we proceeded to have a conversation about true and consistent love in a R&R (rock & roll, not rest & relaxation) world. He has been married to the same lovely lady for the past six years which apparently in our profession is considered a long time. He then went on to tell me that he and Daisy still talk regularly about love advice – although as much as I prodded he wouldn’t tell me who won the show.
I also saw Lacey, who is probably my least favorite person of all of the VH1 shows. I asked her if she thought she got “edited badly,” and she said “NO, I was just an *sshole all the time” – which was bold of her to say, but made me dislike even more.
One of the most interesting run ins I had outside of the R.O.L family was David Weintraub, best known as Mary Carey‘s boyfriend from Sober House. After I told him I was “blogging for VH1″ he made a point of sitting down with me and telling me how badly he was edited and portrayed on the show. According to him, he never went out with Mary Carey, and he proceeded to save the lives of half the people on that show by being their agents and getting them into the Sober House.
I don’t know if I fell for a line of poo or not, but I listened and accepted what he had to say, as he offered me his business card. Another bonus was getting a snarky picture with Sean, the mega douche from Tool Academy. Seriously I don’t care if you are a pussy cat who roles over on the floor of the club and let’s me rub its belly, if I have the patience to watch you for six weeks and you still are a MEGA douche, when I see you I.R.L., you are going to have to realy work to prove yourself otherwise.
All in all it was an amazing night!!! While writing this morning, my one-person consensus is that I watch WAY TOO MUCH REALITY TELEVISION, and I’m sorta psyched about it!!
I can’t wait to do it again! Congrats to Daisy who is a super hot cutie diamond in the rough and deserves all of the best and most of all deserves to find love. xo, cce”
Jerry O’Connell stops by to mess with Paul F. Tompkins‘ head. That’s not exactly hard to do. Watch the sneak now, tune in to the full show tonight on VH1 at 11 pm. ET.
He’s worked with everyone from Jay-Z to Brooke Hogan. He’s been on top and he’s been in trouble. Lately he’s been trying to figure out his life, and he let us watch him do it on Gotti’s Way. Now hip-hop mogul Irv Gotti is coming back for a second round. If you got a kick out of following his exploits last time, be here May 4th – that’s when the show premieres.
Check the blog next week for the Gotti’s Way 2 supertrailer.
She’s not only celebreality star, she’s a pop singer. Fans of Brooke Hogan got a kick out of her first disc – that’s where she told the world her feelings about grillz and boyz while working up a sweat with Paul Wall. Now she’s returning with another new disc, Redemption, due out this summer. This time she’s sharing the mic with Miami rapper Stack$. You can hear them rock their duet on the CD’s lead track, “Fallin’.” She’s starting the summer off right.
Speaking of the summer, the premiere of the second season of VH1′s Brooke Knows Best takes place on June 7, at 10 pm ET.
Tonight’s the night. We’re premiering Green Day‘s “Know Your Enemy” here on VH1.com at midnight ET. It’s the lead track from the band’s 21st Century Breakdown (it arrives May 15, but listen to it a week early on VH1.com), and it’s a full-tilt rocker that has lots of the band’s fans already going wild.
Be here tonight. If you miss it, we’re also also premiering it on VH1, tomorrow, Friday, April 24 at 8 pm ET.
Make the jump to see some “behind-the-scenes” footage of the video shoot.
Tomorrow night, Thursday April, 24 at midnight ET, we’re premiering Green Day‘s “Know Your Enemy” video right here on VH1.com. Friday night at 8 pm ET, the video makes its on-air premiere on VH1. Everyone’s psyched. Want to see what went into the final product, which director Mathew Cullen says is “really big”? The band’s wildly anticipated CD, 21st Century Breakdown, arrives on May 15.
Fans of our celebreality shows are always itching to connect with the on-air stars that make the magic happen. VH1 Mobile is giving people a chance to interact with I Love Money 2‘s recently-booted Ice this Monday night, April 27, at 11 pm ET. Several of the text messages will be featured on VH1 as the chat takes place.
If you’ve got a question for Ice, or opinions about the show, join the fun Monday night at 11 pm ET. Users can download the app on their phone (AT&T phones, Sprint phones, BlackBerries from the BlackBerry App World store and iPhones from the iTunes App Store), then text in questions. You can also text TALK to 44686 and we’ll send you a download link. It will be an hour-long, moderated chat.
VH1 Mobile will hold chats with eliminated cast members each Monday night in April – stay tuned for who’s next.
Paul F. Tompkins takes on teabagging, Tarantino, and Mr. Bret Michaels‘ ultimate choice on Rock of Love Bus. And the Australian guy on The Cougar wants to kiss whats-her-face “down under.” Ouch. Before you go, we must tell you that they really know what they’re doing with dentures in Thailand.