Bottles were thrown, ponytails were pulled, a whole Joseline slam session went down, and social media went crazy. With all the #LHHATL trends that set Facebook, Twitter, and IG on fire every week, we were interested to find out what hashtag would the cast use on social media to describe the Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta Season 3 reunion in this exclusive backstage footage. Read more…
You ever wonder what T.I. would sound like as Joseline Hernandez? Neither did we, but now that it has happened we can’t stop laughing.
Check out T.I, a man of many hats, put his acting skills to good use to deliver one of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta‘s Joseline Hernandez most memorable lines from Season 1, and catch T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle Mondays at 9/8c.
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Uh oh, things on Love & Hip Hop Hollywood, look like they could be off to a
shaky ratchet start. In the latest preview, it looks like Joseline and Erica Mena could have a run for their money for the turn-up.
Check the latest overview to see Ray J‘s ex flame tell him where he can go, Soulja Boy lick his lips while he asks his live-in gf if she’s ever lived with a rapper and Omarion‘s mother go in on the mother of his child. Ouch.
Will you be tuning into the Love & Hip Hop Hollywood? Don’t miss the premiere Monday, September 15 at 8 PM ET/PT.
Tonight a 90-minute documentary that investigates the rich, complex untold story of Atlanta’s fascinating rise to the top of the rap industry, which created a major force within American music airs on VH1.
VH1′s Rock Docs franchise will be showing a glimpse of Atlanta’s strongest entertainment portals – the behind-the-scenes world of Atlanta’s rap scene in the documentary ATL: The Untold Story of Atlanta’s Rise in the Rap Game, premiering tonight, September 2 at 10PM ET/PT.
Catch a glimpse of what’s to come above. Premieres
Welcome to VH1′s first annual Body-Od-Ody Awards, where the fans decide who in the VH1 fam is serving the best body-ody-ody in 2014. For the next two weeks we’ll be judging all the important categories from butts to boob, pecs to arms to give a little shout out to those stars who put the time in at the gym to look this good. Click through our gallery to look at some photographic evidence and place your vote. Today is ladies abs. Read more…
As crazy as the Love & Hip Hop Atlanta reunion got this season, there were a few moments of calm and quiet and even romance. Even though the drama around Stevie and Joseline threatened to turn the show into a three-ring-circus, it was balanced out by couples like Tony and Kalenna who are stronger than ever and thrilled to be expecting a new baby, or Kirk and Rasheeda, the couple that has defied the odds and look adorable these days. Check out our gallery of some of the sweetest stolen moments between the couples who put the “love” in Love & Hip Hop.
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This summer has seen some drama brewing between Teen Mom and Couples Therapy stars Farrah Abraham and Catelynn Lowell, after Farrah reportedly made a comment that Catelynn and her boyfriend Tyler Baltierra made “poor choices” in their lives. Catelynn fired back, Tweeting “Huh bad choices?!? Hahaha I didn’t make a so called ‘sex tape’ but WE make the bad choices?” With both women appearing on this week’s Couples Therapy reunion, we were curious if they planned to have it out onstage. We spoke to them at the reunion to get the scoop. Read more…
For any of your doubters or haters who still think Althea is playing Benzino (or he’s playing her), Benzino has some words for you. Read more…
Moment of truth: Several VH1 staffers, including this writer, attended the taping of the Love & Hip Hop Atlanta season three reunion and witnessed what occurred. The moment that Stevie and Joseline jumped out of their seats and headed for Benzino and Althea (and later Tammy…and later Mimi) was shocking, tense, and on a whole other level than anything we’ve witnessed, and we’ve been to every one of these things. To have a cast member rise up out of their seat and have to be restrained by security is commonplace these days, but to see the level of anger and ferocity that was on stage is something we’ve only ever seen in this instance. As host Sommore said on the show, lest anyone think this show is scripted, all you have to do is watch this scene again to know that this moment is bigger than anything that could have been written.