As a longtime sufferer of Jelena‘s tyrannical ways, Ahsha is finally taking control, momentarily ignoring other people’s feelings. Using Pete Davenport‘s fame–that’s the dad she won’t talk to, in case you forgot–to get ahead in the All-Star vote? Textbook Jelena Howard. We know Hit The Floor likes to push the limit, but can two Devil Girls really be that ruthless?
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Last night’s episode of La La’s Full Court Life saw La embark on a new adventure with her BFF, stylist Jason Bolden, and the challenges that come with launching a new business. Friends who shop and gossip together don’t always make the best business partners, and it appears La La Anthony‘s busy schedule might distract her from working on her new clothing line, 5th & Mercer.
Ariane wants to be with a woman! Scrappy wants to clean up his act! And Rasheeda‘s mom wants to have her revenge on Kirk!
In case you missed all those amazing moments from this week’s Love And Hip Hop Atlanta, we’ve got you covered. Watch our three minute version of the episode to catch up on all this week’s hottest moments. Hot as in fire. Kirk‘s bike is literally on fire.
After last night’s episode of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta, fans who still needed their K.Michelle fix headed over to iTunes. Her much anticipated debut album, Rebellious Soul, was made available at midnight for pre-order before it’s officially released on August 13 through Atlantic Records.
The album’s pre-order sales shot K.Michelle to number four on the R&B/Soul chart on iTunes. K took to social media to thank her fans and “promise to always give ya’ll my best.”
Fans who pre-order also get an exclusive listen to a brand new song on the album, as well as a Rebellious Soul t-shirt. K.Michelle dedicated her first album to “everyone who has been through the storm.”
To hear the lead single of Rebellious Soul, “V.S.O.P.,” check out this clip of K.Michelle performing it at last month’s O Music Awards.
Last night’s episode of Hit The Floor featured one heartfelt speech, one window escape, and one cameo by The-Dream. There was a ton of new information to be processed, and lots of real talk about feelings.
La La’s Full Court Life Season Four started off with a bang last night, addressing some of the more memorable tabloid headlines from La’s recent past. “The Honey Nut Cheerios thing was so stupid,” La said of the NBA headline that made breakfast lovers cringe. But what does one of her best friends and partners in crime think?
Want to catch up on Love And Hip Hop Atlanta but don’t have an hour to spare? We’ve got you covered. Watch all the biggest moments from this week’s episode in our special condensed version. Find out what Stevie means when he asks Mimi for some lettuce, see Ariane audition to be K.Michelle‘s backup singer, and watch Stevie give in to Joseline‘s pleas to get married in less time than it takes to brew your morning coffee. Read more…
Did you enjoy Sloane and Pete getting that old thing back as much as we did? What about German finally stepping up to defend his relationship? Hit The Floor served up lots of loving and somewhat unexpected fighting this week, with a hot, hot, hot red carpet dance routine–and at least one mention of a sex tape–in between.
Some relationships were mended (Mimi and K.Michelle) this week on Love And Hip Hop Atlanta, some became even more ambiguous (Traci and Drew), and some were possibly, irretrievably broken (Rasheeda and Kirk). Did you miss Monday night’s episode? Find out what happened with each couple faster than you can microwave a Hot Pocket by watching our condensed version of the episode right here.
Time to get to know another Devil Girl! Last night’s big reveal paved the way for a whole slew of questions about where Mia has been and why she’s running away. The decision to introduce us to the missing dancer can only be explained by Hit The Floor‘s master and commander, James LaRosa.