It’s often said that people become more — or less — attractive after you get to know them. We’re testing this theory out by using the remaining Rock of Love girls (and a couple of recently booted ones, to boot). Before the season began, we asked you to let us know which of the contestants were hot and which were not. Now that you’ve had a chance to watch these girls up close and personal on TV, we’re asking the same question all over again. Click on any thumbnail photo below and write “hot” or “not” in each girls’ comments section. We will tally your opinions and present the new information, side by side with the old.
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Flav 3 Girls: Hot or Not?
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What’s better than a George Michael and Mary J. Blige duet on Stevie Wonder‘s magnificent “As”? How about hundreds of Georges and Marys hanging out in a club, singing Stevie Wonder’s “As.” That’s right — in this duet, never before available in the US, Mary and George are dressed in their best, getting down on the dancefloor. Want to give the tune another listen? Don’t forget we’re streaming George’s brand new TwentyFive an entire week before its release. Enjoy!
Four new girls are moving into the Flavor of Love 3 house to compete for Flav’s love. Before the show got underway we asked you which of the 20 original girls were hot and which were not, then read through thousands of your comments and ranked the cast in order of hotness. Now we want you to tell us which of the new girls are hot, which are not, and how they stack up against the five house incumbents (Hotlanta, Prancer, Seezinz, Sinceer, Thing 1 & 2). Cast your votes now and check back on Friday, Mar. 28 for the results.
The New Girls
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From the start, the girls on Flavor of Love 3 wondered just how real Shy was. It turns out they were right to do so: after the jump, the supposedly loud-mouthed, bad-breathed instigator talks at length about it all being an act, as well as the haters who get her down. Weird!
Popular radio DJ and VH1 star Wendy Williams is suddenly swirling in controversy after her talent booker recently came forward and filed a complaint against her husband, Kevin Hunter, accusing him of sexual harassment. Nicole Spence is alleging that Hunter propositioned her for sex on numerous occasions and also “created a hostile work environment by repeatedly beating up Williams.” Wendy is defending her man – who is ten years her junior and serves as her manager – and when interviewed by the NY Post snapped, “Her allegations are totally false. This b*tch is out of her mind.”
Surely this will all play out in court, but Spence’s attorney is already talking big. She tells SOHH that, “We have clear evidence and other witnesses at the company who will back it up, that Mr. Hunter engaged in blatant and open sexual harassment. He did this in the office, in front of other people. The company was aware of this, the head of Human Resources was aware [and] all of this supports her claims strongly.”
Uh oh – all was peaceful after their baby was born, but Mrs. Usher is back and churning up the drama all over again. Tameka Foster, who married Usher this fall, was allegedly very unhappy that her man handpicked singer/songwriter hottie Keri Hilson to play his love interest in the video for his new song “Love in the Club.” A spy on set revealed that “Tameka is very insecure. Even in rehearsals she was weird and clearly not happy that Keri is so gorgeous. Tameka threw a lot of attitude.”
She even went so far as to uglify Keri (and possibly risk the hotness of her hubby’s video) by dressing her down and not allowing her to bring her hairdresser on set. “The day of the shoot, Tameka dressed Keri very badly – she looked like an extra,” revealed the source. Tameka also apparently banned Usher’s longtime choreographer from the video set, and she’s had strained relations with his mom in the past as well. How long is it gonna take for Usher to notice that she might be, uh, isolating him out of her own insecurities? [NYP]
Calm down, Top Model fiends. We know it was alleged today that Tyra Banks is desperate to dump the popular American’s Next Top Model in order to focus on her mediocre talk show. Apparently there’s also a rift between her and Mr. Jay Manuel that’s also adding to her supposed exit. But let’s be real – that ain’t NEVER gonna happen!
1. If Tyra doesn’t like someone, she just gives them the boot! If Mr. Jay was really that much of an issue, wouldn’t he be expelled just like Janice Dickenson, Twiggy and Nole Marin? Tyra loves kicking people off her show – it’s the whole basis of Top Model!
2. Let’s be frank – girlfriend LIVES for this show. She loves counseling young souls who look up to her with giant doe eyes almost as much as she loves berating them from her perch in the judging room (see video above for proof). How could she give that up?
3. America’s Next Top Model is by far THE most important show to air on television since its inception over sixty years ago. I Love Lucy, Sixty Minutes, Saturday Night Live – these shows pale in comparison to the cultural significance Top Model represents. It is beyond groundbreaking and earth shattering programming – it is a weekly revolution. [Ed. note: I'm only saying this in case Tyra IS serious about taking away Top Model. We need our weekly fierce fest!]
Last night on American Idol we heard songs written in our top ten contestant’s respective birth years. Despite Paula’s festive sequined and satin gloved ensemble, the tone of the evening was more “couldn’t care less” than “party dress.” A cranky Randy was harder on the contestants than ever, matching Simon’s pessimism in response to a string of blasé performances. Thankfully, David Cook was able to save the snoozefest, giving a maybe-pregnant Carly Smithson and a maybe-not-as-talented-as-we-once-thought David Archuleta a run for their money.
We saw but brief glimpses of the four new women who will compete for Flav’s heart on this week’s episode of Flavor of Love 3. Check out the galleries below for a better look at the new girls. Think any of them are competition for the, uh, old girls?
Of course Mariah did “Touch My Body” when she performed on Monday night’s premiere party for The Hills – you’ve heard of marketing synergy, right? But the mini-skirted singer also reached back a couple years to the stone classic that single-handedly revitalized her career, a lil sumpun sumpun called “We Belong Together.” Working a mildly raspy voice during the verses, Carey gave her mega-hit a new sensuality – file it under simmering passion. And check that Long Island accent peeking through when she introduces the song.