Make no mistake about it, Teairra Mari has a music pedigree that is not to be trifled with. Before she even reached the age of 20, she had been signed to Def Jam by L.A. Reid, was produced by Jay-Z, made mix tapes with Nicki Minaj and Kanye West. Since 2005 she’s been making music and hob-nobbing with the cream of the crop in the industry, from Destiny’s Child to Rihanna to her fellow Love & Hip Hop stars Omarion, Lil’ Scrappy, and Hazel E. Check out these classic photos of Teairra back in the day with some of the biggest players in the game.
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This week marked the return of everyone’s favorite Memphis native, K.Michelle! On the premiere episode of K.Michelle: My Life a friend from K.Michelle’s past returns into her life asking for forgiveness. On Love & Hip Hop Hollywood an argument between Moniece and Amanda becomes physical.
Season five of Mob Wives is going to be amazing. Just watch this gorgeous, haunting promo for the show featuring Seinabo Sey’s song, “Hard Time.”
This time around, there are no alliances, it’s every woman for herself. Trust no one. Mob Wives premieres Wednesday, December 3 at 9PM ET/PT.
Sad news to report on the Hollywood Exes front, Sheree Fletcher has filed for divorce from husband Terrell Fletcher, according to TMZ. Read more…
Love & Hip Hop Hollywood‘s Ray J may be back on the scene in reality TV but the let’s not forget that he’s more than just Brandy‘s little brother – he’s a bona fide singer with a string of hits that you totally got down to at the club. In honor of Throwback Thursday, we’re working our way through five of Ray’s best songs that you just need to revisit today. Read more…
Fizz has been trying to do right by his son all season of Love & Hip Hop Hollywood but the struggle has been finding out if that means being more communicative with his baby’s mom, Moniece, or incorporating his new girl, Amanda. In the last episode, Moniece praised the lord and put her hands on Amanda and now Fizz is speaking out.
In a sneak peek from episode 9, Fizz tells Moniece that her actions are not helping them move forward in co-parenting their child but Moniece says she doesn’t think Amanda is in a place to be a parent to another woman’s son. As they argue, Fizz makes it clear that unless their son is being hurt, Moniece’s feelings don’t matter to him.
Is Fizz not being considerate of Moniece’s role as Kameron‘s mother? Is Moniece being irrational about how to coparent with her ex? Is Amanda truly out of the picture? Find out on an all new Love & Hip Hop Hollywood Monday at 8 PM ET/PT.
Vh1 is thrilled to announce that we’re bringing two of the funniest people we know to the small screen. Our latest production, called Barely Famous, focuses on Erin and Sara Foster, two writer-performers who are taking reality to a very meta place it hasn’t gone before. VH1 fans might recognize Erin from her appearances alongside her pal Nicole Richie on Candidly Nicole, and Sara might look familiar from her role on 90210. The new series will make you wish you were BFFs with these two hilarious women. Barely Famous premieres in March 2015.
VH1 ANNOUNCES NEW DOCU-COMEDY SERIES “BARELY FAMOUS” FEATURING ERIN & SARA FOSTER
SANTA MONICA, CA (November 5, 2014) –VH1 continues to spotlight women who make us laugh with the announcement of the new docu-comedy series “Barely Famous,” featuringmulti-hyphenate producers, actresses and writers, Erin and Sara Foster. Read more…
Last Monday night Drumline: A New Beat became the number one rated show on all of television and cable excluding sports. More than 400,000 tweets were sent during the airing and it garnered over 2.4 million total viewers during its time slot.
The success of the film was due largely to it’s connection to the original, and an amazing performance by the new cast of “crabs.” However, Letoya Luckett also believes that Drumline: A New Beat won because of the role Nick Cannon played in front and behind the scenes as producer.
Watch Luckett explain how it was working with Nick Cannon, and why she thinks Cannon may not get the credit he rightfully deserves.
Ex-lovers Moniece and Fizz arrive at their son’s basketball game at the same time, and surprisingly for have a civil, dare we say, flirtatious conversation?
Once Moniece finds out Fizz’s current girlfriend Amanda is about to be out the picture, Mo gets super sweet with her baby daddy, and Fizz seems to be entertained by it all. Read more…
GERARDO MEJIA, A.K.A. “RICO SUAVE,” AND FAMILY
Gerardo Mejia is best known for his classic his, “Rico Suave,” but you may not know that the one-hit wonder became an A&R exec at Interscope, made Enrique Iglesias a mainstream artist, and had a gorgeous family along the way. And that family is the subject of VH1′s new docu-series, Suave Says. December 3rd at 10PM ET/PT, check out the man behind the bandana and the family he loves when the show premieres right here on VH1!
GEAR UP FOR NEW COMEDIC DOCU-SERIES “SUAVE SAYS” PREMIERING
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3 AT 10PM ET/PT
SANTA MONICA, CA –November 4, 2014 – Gerardo – and his famously chiseled torso – rose to the top of the music charts in the early 1990’s thanks to his hit single “Rico Suave.” Now VH1 is giving you a sneak peek into his crazy family life in the new comedic docu-series “Suave Says” premiering on Wednesday, December 3rd at 10PM ET/PT. When fans eventually moved on, so did Gerardo Mejia, who transitioned into a career as a powerful music executive and a lay pastor, married a beauty queen and started a family. Now the former heartthrob is teaming up with VH1 as he passes the music torch to his children and manages a loco home life with “hot mom” wife Kathy, rapping son Jaden, and daughters Bianca, a fashionista, and Nadia, an aspiring singer and “Miss Malibu” title-holder. Rounding out the hectic Mejia household is Gerado’s mom, Mama Mejia. Read more…