The struggle between regular girl and Backstreet Boy has been very real for Nick Carter and Lauren Kitt on I Heart Nick Carter but could there be a war on the big day? In a sneak peek for the season finale, Nick manager Lori stops by the bridal suite to give Lauren well wishes but not before asking the future Mrs. Carter to sign an agreement.
“Does Nick know about this,” Lauren asks. Her sister, Alexandra, is outraged, asking, “Is this a prenup?”
Could Lauren be tricked into signing a prenup on her wedding day? Did Nick make Lori do his dirty work? Find out on the season finale of I Heart Nick Carter Wednesday at 11 PM ET/PT.
We’ve been seeing a lot of Tiffany “New York” Pollard over here at VH1.com but now the Flavor of Love star will appear on E!’s second season of Botched dealing with some of her own plastic surgery gone wrong. “Purchase it – if you weren’t born with it,” the reality star says in the teaser of getting things nipped and tucked. Read more…
Have you ever noticed that there’s a pattern to a lot of the names on Love & Hip Hop? First you had Mama Jones, then there was Momma Dee. We’ve had Erica Dixon, Erica Mena, Erica Pinkett and Erica J, Lil Scrappy and Lil Fizz, and Ray J and Stevie J. And then there are the stage names: Why be Ray Scott when you can be Benzino? Why settle for Omari when you could be Omarion?
We’ve implemented a very scientific algorithm so that you too can receive your very own Love & Hip Hop name. All you have to do is enter your name to see what our hip-hop-super-computer comes up with, and don’t forget to share your name with your friends on Facebook and Twitter with the hashtag #LHHName. And for fun, in the clip below, watch as Erica Mena plays “Name That Erica” to see how well she knows the ladies who share her name.
Thanks to Dan Spagnoli and Lily Roche for being the brains behind the Name Generator.
After getting harshly fired by Ray J, personal assistant Morgan Hardman sits down with Ray J’s girlfriend, Princess Love, to confide in her about the “financial rollercoaster” she feels she’s on with Ray.
“He doesn’t want it to ever be another Kim Kardashian situation,” says Morgan who feels Ray J would never help her grow into becoming more than an assistant in this never-before-seen footage.
There isn’t anything better than seeing a woman who usually has an entire glam squad scrub her face clean and show all the world what she looks like without all the lacquer. Whether they’re entrepreneurs, actresses, singers, rappers or married to the mob – we know many of the ladies in the VH1 fam always have to look camera-ready in their professions.
Despite usually being beat for the gods with lashes, lips and contouring – the women of VH1 can be fresh faced too! We’ve gathered up our favorite shots of some of your fave celebs from all our shows looking au naturale and still stunning. What do you think? Who has the best makeup free pic?!
Meanwhile Mob Wives watched football with Basketball Wives and K.Michelle jumped across the pond! So like everybody, knows everybody. It was a week of events and everyone was looking stunning on the red carpet and at their club appearances. Check our gallery now and let us know who you thought looked hot, hot, hot!
Three stars ofDrumline: A New Beat faced off against each other this morning in a down and dirty game of “Truth or Dare Musical Chairs” on Big Morning Buzz Live. Not familiar with the game? It’s a mashup that involves the odd man out in musical chairs to play truth or dare with Nick Lachey. The end result? The actors had to twirl turkey drumsticks, kiss co-host Michelle Buteau and let’s not even talk about the hulu hoop…situation.
Drumline: A New Beat premieres Monday, October 27 at 9PM ET/PT on VH1.
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We live for classic throwbacks like this pic, posted by Kandi Burruss and featuring Tiny Harris, Kandi, Latocha Scott and Mariah Carey, hanging at Mariah’s house while they recorded the remix to “Always Be My Baby” in 1996. The track was produced by Jermaine Dupri and also featured Da Brat — you can listen to it and see the ladies recording with Mariah in the video below!
Once again, we’d like to whisk you away to a magical time when Teairra Mari was the voice of reason on Love & Hip Hop and was the peacemaker of the bunch. In this classic clip, we look back on one of the most brutal fights in LHH history, between Kimbella and Erica Mena, who taught us that hair and fingernails are indeed weapons. Teairra attempts to break them up, but neither she, nor Mona Scott-Young, nor a half dozen security guards and producers can pull these women away from one another. It’s shocking, it’s mesmerizing, and it was the moment that made Erica Mena a star.