She may not have been aware of Shah’s butt-grazing, but Chrissy Teigen certainly knows (and is willing to call someone out on) behavior that is unbecoming of a brand ambassador. Once again, the Model Employee is providing a humorous and thoughtful look behind the scenes of life in Las Vegas, as seen on our competition series. To the recap!
In addition to reinventing the way we dine out, the season premiere of Stevie TV Season Two also celebrated the greatness that is Joseline Hernandez on Love And Hip Hop Atlanta. Two of our shows for the prices of one? Yeah, I’m cool with that.
This season of Master Of The Mix has proven to be the best one yet. Not just because of the talent of the three finalists – Chris Karns, DJ Incrediboi and DJ Jayceeoh – still battling it out for top honors but also because of the judges’ reactions throughout the past nine episodes. Whether it was Kid Capri‘s steely Vin Diesel stare or Mia Moretti‘s hands in the air, the judges never succeeded in hiding just exactly how they felt. And then there was show host Amanda Seales‘ dutiful dancing… Of course, we had to recap best moments in GIF form for your viewing pleasure.
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?
Incrediboi has already won over DJ Kid Capri on Master Of The Mix, not only because he hails from the Boogie Down Bronx, but because he can spin hip-hop tracks like a seasoned veteran. Beside his hip-hop skills, Incrediboi recognizes hot beats and rhythms across all genres, allowing him to excel in challenges featuring Latin music and impress the Miami club crowds week after week.
As the newest addition to the Los Angles Devil Girls squad, Ahsha Hayes has already been tasked with getting up to speed on complex choreography while sticking to Olivia Vincent‘s guidelines, making sure she’s doing her mother proud, and staying away from the glistening, toned ab muscles of certain professional basketball players. (Hi, German!) As a recent college grad, Hit The Floor star Taylour Paige knows what it’s like to juggle personal with professional; she filmed the pilot for our new scripted series during her last semester in college. Does that mean we can expect Ahsha to wax on the merits of Foucault at some point this season?
Karlie Redd has been a polarizing character on Love & Hip Hop Atlanta — either you love her or hate her. Regardless of how her co-stars feel about her, Karlie always is true to herself and her craft. Not only does she sing, but she previously was a member of the prestigious Alvin Alley Dance Theater, dabbles in acting and has her own line of hair products! Quadruple threat alert One this is for sure, whether she’s shaking tables at K.Michelle, messing with Benzino or getting into it with Joseline, this girl knows how to entertain. Since we can’t get enough of Karlie Redd we set out to find out more about her. From the first thing she does when she wakes up to the phrase she wishes everyone would retire, find out the nine things you never knew about Karlie Redd! Read more…
Los Angeles native, Jayceeoh, has been a contestant to watch throughout the Master of the Mix season. His cool and collected attitude has helped him remain calm, ready to take on every challenge the judges dished out seemingly unfettered. \
We’ve been waiting far too long for someone to address the sheer ridiculousness of pop culture’s leading trends and personalities only as the hilarious Stevie Ryan can. Whether you’re a fan of hopeful romantics looking like idiots on national television or the weird addictions that can tear families apart, last night’s Season Two premiere of Stevie TV had mockery and mayhem that everyone could enjoy. And maybe a few ideas about what to order for dinner tonight?
The Los Angeles Devil Girls are fortunate enough to be stacked with supremely talented dancers who’ve shaken their best assets on the floors of sporting arenas, as well as the stages of successfully pop stars around the world. In honor of our new series Hit The Floor, and the fictional dance squad we’re totally loving, here are a few more of the best crews whose cheers we can still recite perfectly (choreography is another story).