As for whether or not Tuesday night’s loss to the Indiana Pacers means the Miami Heat are running out of steam this postseason, Hit The Floor‘s Dean Cain still believes LeBron James and Co. are unstoppable. “I am a LeBron fan, I think he’s amazing, he’s ridiculous, it’s not even fair,” Cain tells VH1. And when you can get a lifelong Los Angeles Lakers fan to say that (voluntarily!), girl, you know it’s true. Get out your books, friends! Coach Davenport is about to make a prediction.
K.Michelle‘s woo-ha is a star in its own right this season. Despite its name change from hot pocket to woo-ha, it’s thriving quite well even with the slump it has taken since her breakup with that unnamed guy. Read more…
Dancers play as much of a pivotal role in Hit The Floor as any of the surprise baby daddies, and we’ve got some uber-talented ones on our hands. In the first of our regularly scheduled Dancer Diaries, Carly Anderson recalls what it was like to audition for a legitimate spot on this fictional dance team, give it her all, and go home convinced she didn’t get the part.
Whether she’s shaking tables, spouting off incredible one-liners or changing her hairstyle, K.Michelle is one of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta’s most beloved cast members. Not only is she reality television gold, but the girl can sing. Like, really sing. She introduced the world to her singing abilities back in 2009, when she released “Fakin’ It” (featuring Missy Elliott) and kept her hungry-fans satisfied with follow-ups “Fallin’” and “I Just Can’t Do This.”
During season one, we learned her tumultuous relationship with her former flame and record executive was the reason why the hits stopped coming. K.Michelle’s hasn’t let her hardships define her, if anything her struggle has helped her grow to be a woman for young girls to admire. Throughout Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, she’s shown her passion for her friendships, her drive to succeed, inability to give up and love for music. We’re huge K.Michelle fans here at VH1 so we’re honored that she is the first Love & Hip Hop Atlanta cast member to get The Scoop treatment. From where her inspiration comes from to her dating deal breaker, find out the nine things you never knew about K.Michelle!
While you were binging on old episodes of Love And Hip Hop or cursing those who doubt the existence of global warming, Mob Wives star Renee Graziano found herself in the company of Jersey Shore alum DJ Pauly D. and the Street King himself (50 Cent) over Memorial Day weekend. “Nothing better then sharing laughs btwn friends [sic],” Renee writes on Instagram. Well then! Guess we’ll skip the small talk.
The world of professional dance never seemedthat dramatic UNTIL we watched the premiere of Hit The Floor. With the very first episode, our new scripted series proved it was willing to take Beyoncé choreography to the next level and drop major, big-time, humongous secrets within the first 45 minutes. Hello, Pete? You’re definitely the father. VH1 was lucky enough to have Hit The Floor creator James LaRosa compile his thoughts on Episode One, answering any lingering questions you may have. That’s right: all the inside information you’ve been craving, straight from the source. Enjoy!
Before another season of La La’s Full Court Life gets underway, it’s important to stay on top of La La Anthony‘s ever-expanding resume and keep up with her flawless contributions to the Instagram community. La La was on hand at the taping of BET’s Real Husbands Of Hollywood reunion special earlier this month, serving as the host of the evening and/or wrangler to the likes of Nelly, Robin Thicke, Kevin Hart, Nick Cannon, and more.
Now that you’ve seen the first episode of Hit The Floor, you’ve likely developed a crush on (or at the very least, an appreciation for parts of) Los Angeles Devils star Derek Roman. Sure, his lines need work, but just LOOK at he can do with his chest!
In addition to Basketball Wives LA screentime, Gloria and Laura Govan share a gene pool, which means there have likely been some cases of mistaken identity and roll call mix-ups in elementary school. “People go, ‘Hi, Laura!’ And I just roll with it,” Gloria told VH1, of frequently being mistaken for her sister. They are family, so we can’t say we’re surprised they’ve been known to fool innocent bystanders. Should we just assume they’ve Parent Trapped at least one person in their lifetime, too?