Missing Hit The Floor as much as we are? Don’t worry, your favorite scantily clad dancers with closets full of skeletons will be back before you know it. Until then, your job is to obsess over every little detail from Season One and turn as many people on to our scripted series as you can. Deal?
To reward you AND help ease any separation anxiety, we have three exclusive clips from the show that never made it to air.
The all-new VH1 App just launched in iTunes, and not only can you watch CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story exclusively in the app this week, but it’s also the perfect way to prep for the season premiere of Love & Hip Hop. That’s because you can refresh your memory on all the drama that’s gone down in the past by watching every episode from last season on the app. It’s free and it’s all in there now, so if you forget where we left off with Joe Budden and Tahiry, or need to be reminded what broke Rich and Erica Mena apart, do yourself a favor and give the old episodes a watch.
No one could ever accuse Basketball Wives L.A. star Draya of having “dead lips” — no one but Kevin Hart. That’s what happened when Draya appeared on this week’s episode of The Real Husbands Of Hollywood, however. On the show, she auditioned for Kevin in the role of a slave zombie and he just wasn’t feeling her zombie makeout skills. Clearly this guy hasn’t seen her past work — those lips are very much alive and well.
On the season finale of Basketball Wives, we caught up with former cast member Kenya Bell and got a little taste of what she’s been up to since leaving the circle. We saw that she’s been working with producer Jazze Pha (to debatable results among the other ladies), but the rest our update was interrupted by Suzie’s lip, which fell victim to Kenya’s hands during an altercation over the single “Hate Me.” Thankfully, Instagram is here to help fans piece together what post-Basketball Wives life has been for Kenya.
Based on the evidence, she’s been taking lots of trips with her boo thang, going blond, brunching it up, and bouncing around with her son…and SpongeBob. In between that, Kenya’s been doing photo shoots — some of which pay tribute to Raquel Welch. She must be awfully busy because she’s been caught falling asleep at the wheel (always pull over, folks). Let’s take a look at Kenya’s 2013, and remember, it took 2 Chainz many years and a name change before he started to pop. Keep hope and your backing track alive, Kenya!
Last week, we met the new women of Love & Hip Hop. They seemed like a sweet enough bunch, right? In this brand new supertrailer, you’re about to see them in action, and there’s something different about the mild-mannered, calm women we were introduced to. When tested, these women love hard, fight back and stand up for themselves. And trust us when we say they are tested a lot. Watch this first look at the new season to see what’s going on with these new faces, plus Joe and Tahiry, Rich and Erica, and everyone else, and tune in Monday, October 28 at 8PM ET/PT for the premiere of season four.
If you ask us, there are actually an infinite number of amazing moments from Love & Hip Hop‘s New York and Atlanta seasons, so picking the top 40 is a damn-near impossible feat. But that’s what VH1′s countdown show The Greatest is attempting to do on this week’s episode! To gear up for the two-hour event, we’re rolling out ten moments per day so you can see just how explosive these combined five seasons have been. Today, we’ll be checking out #30 to 21, which include Erica and Momma Dee’s disastrous dinner, Steebie sending Joseline back to the strip club, and a couple of touching proposals. Read more…
When you’re on a show called Love & Hip Hop, it helps to be a fan of the musical genre reflected in the show’s title. We asked the new ladies of the New York cast what they love so much about hip hop and the answer is…pretty much everything. Nya Lee discusses the heyday of female MCs, Amina‘s great love is Eminem, and Erica Jean loves anything from the ’90s. Watch the clip above to find out the specifics of what they love to listen to, and tune in when their show premieres this Monday, October 28 at 8PM ET/PT.
CrazySexyCool: The TLC Storyhad its grand television premiere last night on VH1, and we haven’t stopped humming “Red Light Special” since! The TLC biopic has got us thinking about other awesome bands that were brought to life on the small screen.Will CrazySexyCool join the pantheon of these 10 classic made-for-TV music biopics? Only time will tell, but we sure think so!
While we watched CrazySexyCool: The TLC Storyon TV last night, we (along with the rest of America, it seems) simultaneously followed along on Twitter to see what fans, both famous and not, had to say about the movie. The unanimous decision? Spot-on casting, amazing music nostalgia and #DAMNPEBBLES. Some of our favorite VH1 celebs were loving the show, like Sheree Fletcher and Somaya Reece, while Chilli and T-Boz were adding some awesome real-life commentary to the mix. And then there was Breakfast Club host Charlamagne, whose running jokes throughout deserve all the awards. Read some of our favorite TLC tweets of the night right here.