Posts By Heidi Williams-Foy


The Cast Of Black Ink Crew Celebrate One Million Facebook Fans


We knew that fans love Ceaser, Dutchess, Teddy, Puma, Sassy, O’S**t, and Walt, but damn! This is real love right here. One million of you clicked the like button on the Black Ink Crew Facebook page. What can we say, but THANK YOU!

The Season 2 drama was intense: Cease and Dutchess couldn’t stop arguing, Puma got married, Teddy got himself into a messy love triangle, Sassy fended off a nasty (and untrue) rumor, and Walt tried to save O’S**t from himself, the law, and the cadre of baby’s mamas expanded. But for now, let’s celebrate the good news!

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Shaunie And Evelyn Discuss Divorces And Basketball Wives Season 5 On Access Hollywood


“Now, my whole attitude is ‘I don’t care.‘ I love you and I’m going to tell you what I think.” So says Shaunie O’Nealon episode one of season five of Basketball Wives. To further explain her new attitude, Shaunie and Evelyn Lozadaappeared on Access Hollywood this week to give fans more of a taste of what’s to come season five of Basketball Wives. Read more…


Basketball Wives LA Episode 6 Sneak Peek: The Nineteenth Hoe

“Why would you try to swing on Auntie?” we hear Bambi ask in the aftermath of the Jackie and Draya bar room brawl. Has she never watched Basketball Wives LA? Jackie swears she’s not a violent person as Laura looks on like a deer caught in headlights. It’s easy to believe Laura is genuinely overwhelmed when she says, “Dealing with Jackie is just emotionally draining, sometimes it’s as if it’s not fair.” Not fair to Laura, maybe, but it does fuel the drama. Basketball Wives LA airs Mondays at 8/7c on VH1. Read more…


Mob Wives Star Renee Graziano Reveals Her Meatball Secrets (VIDEO)

The 12 year-old boy in all of us can’t help but generate a million puns when talking about “balls,” and yes, Mob Wives star Renee Graziano goes there while demonstrating her Grandma’s meatball recipe for My Food Thing on But mostly, she gets down to business with her sisters Jennifer and Lana, and nephew John, to make a meatball worthy of Sunday dinner status in the Graziano household.

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Three Men and a Baby: 10 Reasons Why It’s A Great Movie

The highest grossing movie of 1987, Three Men and a Baby is definitely a film of it’s time and place in history. I’ve picked ten moments that make this comedy starring Tom Selleck, Ted Danson, and Steve Guttenberg, worth watching again. It’s airing on VH1 over the next couple of days (check your local listings), so watch, and tell us if this film has stood the test of time.

10) The Party Scene


Any movie with a great party scene is already one to watch. This is where characters live it up, let themselves go, sometimes in triumph, sometimes to the tune of lives ruined (think Weird Science, Say Anything, Married to the Mob etc.). It conveys a sense of ’80s fabulosity perfectly.

9) Exercise As An Excuse to Mack


When folks started donning ridiculously short shorts and running the streets, many were convinced jogging was a fad that would go away. Much like practicioners of the also-maligned fitness craze aerobics (see Perfect starring John Travolta and Jamie Lee Curtis), at their origins joggers were trendy, upwardly mobile, and promiscuous.

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