Backstage at the Love & Hip Hop season 4 reunion, the cast review their favorite catchphrases. Let’s just say things get a little ratchet! Yet, there’s no denying that just about everyone came up with something to say this past season. Our personal favorite has to be “I make dreams come true” from Rich Dollaz. He managed to turn something seemingly inspirational into an affirmation about his status and power. Hey, when you’ve got it, flaunt it!
In this sneak peek from part two of the Love & Hip Hop reunion, Amina admits that she knew she was one of many women that Peter ran around with, but she thought she was more special since Peter chose to marry her. Unfortunately for Amina, Peter still can’t shake his feelings for Tara, even now. Read more…
Not surprisingly, the charismatic folks that make up Black Ink Crew are one of our most socially active casts on VH1. Below, check out where to find your favorites from the show on Twitter and Instagram. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to go sing “Tatted Up” by Alliance and Fabo from D4L in their honor. Happy following, y’all. Read more…
Whether they’re styling their so-bad-it’s-good hair or changing into elaborate costumes mid-episode, the folks of Happy Endings never do anything halfway. And like their affinity for casual competition among friends, this Chicago crew always knows when to get their point across through song.
Just as we asked the cast of Love & Hip Hop to describe the men on the series, we also wanted to know what words they would use to describe the women. No surprise here, almost everyone loves Yandy (“She the boss!”), but the best reactions might be from Amina and Tara when they’re asked to describe one another. Watch the clip to see what people are saying.
Drita‘s back in love with Lee on Mob Wives, and that comes with its own set of challenges. For one, it means she’s gone soft and she doesn’t have that grit, that dark place from where she can draw out her emotions in order to write a good song.
“I’m like a happy dick on a f—ing rainbow,” she tells Lee, blaming him for her writer’s block. “You’re cramping my f—ing style, man.” And what’s Method Man going to think of a song about how red a heart is???
Will Drita be able to get over this bout of — ugh — happiness? Tune in to Mob Wives on Thursday night at 10PM ET/PT to find out.
How would you describe Rich Dollaz in one or two words? What about Peter Gunz? If the words “messy” and “creep” came to mind, you’re not alone, their co-stars on Love & Hip Hop feel the same way. We asked the cast to describe the men on the show, and some of the answers were pretty great and widely varied. Can you guess who called Rich a cornball? (We bet you can!)
Part II of the Love & Hip Hop reunion airs this Monday, February 10, at 8PM ET/PT.
Ghostface dropped some big news on his girlfriend Kelsey last week on Couples Therapy. Or should we say, she’s one of his girlfriends. After Kelsey learned that her man has another woman in his life, her world came apart and she started to withdraw from the therapy process. In this sneak peek from Thursday night’s episode, she tries to make sense of her situation and decide whether she should stay with him.
Couples Therapy airs Thursday night at 9PM ET/PT.
Which outfit from this week’s Single Ladies episode does stylist Anthony L. Williams call a “showstopper”? Hint: it belonged to April, and as Anthony says, she is owning her own look this season. (The best part? The outfit in question is from Topshop!)
Watch the wardrobe breakdown below to find out even more about how Anthony put the clothes together, and to find out where you can get your hands on everything yourself, scroll through the gallery of every outfit worn on episode 5.
Say what you will about how “real” reality TV is, if you had any doubts about the relationships of Love & Hip Hop, maybe these photos will help clear that ambiguity up. As we hung out backstage at the reunion, our photographer, Lauren Weissler, caught some sweet, stolen moments between the three most controversial couples on the show, Erica Mena and Cyn Santana, Joe Budden and Tahiry, and Peter Gunz and Amina. Read more…