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.
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In addition to our Favorite VH1 shows of 2013, we’re digging a bit deeper to reveal the moments that had us saying “OMG,” “WTF?” and of course, “LOL”-ing until we couldn’t breathe.
The smell of grilled meats is in the air and July 4 is just around the corner, meaning we’re halfway through with the year 2013. Where did the time go? If you’re like us, most of your waking hours were spent watching the best VH1 had to offer. But which shows have won our staff’s hearts?
The stakes were high and the cash was flowing on this week’s episode Hit The Floor, as both Sloane and Derek were straight up about they’ve done in the past and what they want to do in the future. Can Ahsha handle all that honesty?
This week’s episode of Hit The Floor Ahsha learned how to be sexy (in front of a camera) and we learned a little bit more about our friend Derek Roman and the missing, mysterious Mia. James LaRosa, mastermind behind the shows unpredictable dropping of truth bombs and pool dancing enthusiast continues to be deliver hilarious commentary from the front lines.
If you were wondering what the very intense reality of hiding a child’s father from her for 20-plus years (and lying about it) can look like, search no further than Hit The Floor. Episode Three saw the once great and powerful bond between Sloane and Ahsha crumble to pieces so small, no ice cream night on the couch can put them back together. At least not yet. Read more…
An extended look at Season 3 of VH1′s Couples Therapy has arrived, demanding our attention with the onscreen antics of Flavor Flav, Joe Francis, and many more. Like the music featured at the end? It’s a brand-new track by Kodaline called “After The Fall,” from their upcoming debut album, In a Perfect World, off RCA Records.
Last night’s second episode of Hit The Floor ended in just as much of a jaw-dropping, expletive-shouting, confused fashion as its series premiere. This is becoming a trend, y’all! Fortunately, we have the pleasure of turning to the show’s creator,James LaRosa, in moments of distress, or simply whenever we want an insider’s take on lines that make us laugh.
The Los Angeles Devil Girls have a reputation for being the best of the best, and our Hit The Floor squad is no different, comprised of award-winning dancers who’ve worked with some of the biggest acts in entertainment and performed for rowdy sports fans across the country. So where do you know them from?
K.Michelle‘s woo-ha is a star in its own right this season. Despite its name change from hot pocket to woo-ha, it’s thriving quite well even with the slump it has taken since her breakup with that unnamed guy. Read more…