A lot of time has passed since we last saw the women of Single Ladies, and that means we’ve forgotten a lot of important plot points. Where did we leave off with everyone? For starters, Raquel was about to choose between sexy sex addict Antonio and rich, handsome Charles. We learned that April‘s boyfriend Reggie‘s family thinks he’s gay. And Keisha and Malcolm were just about to live happily ever after. But so much more happened last season, so watch the condensed version of season two complete with cast and crew commentary above, and get ready for the season three premiere on Monday, January 6 at 9PM ET/PT to see how these stories end up!
Tonight’s Black Ink Crew delivered a harsh reality check in the form of a profanity-laden speech from Walt and Dutchess‘ heart condition reminding us all of our own mortality. It’s interesting that Walt, who once was drowning his sorrows in Hennessy before noon, would be the one to bring O’S**t back to Earth, but when he’s blowing off meetings with the one person who can keep him out of prison, we’ll take what we can get.
As for the rest of the group… they’re in Jamaica! It’s supposed to be all sun, sand and rum punch, right? Not exactly.
As the summer winds down, Jim gets ready to say goodbye to Pudie. He also feels it’s time to do something special for Chrissy, since she’s been balancing domestic duties along with business. So he plans a trip for them to Miami, but with a romantic twist.
On tonight’s very special T.I. & Tiny: Holiday Hustle Christmas special, T.I. and the rest of the Harris family saved Santa. But let’s back up a bit to recap how that came about.
Chrissy Lampkin is known for standing by her man, even when things get rough. However, she’s also known for her unique fashion sense, grabbing elements from the runways and adding some around-the-way flavor. Chrissy signature style was in full force during season two of Chrissy & Mr. Jones, including her ever-changing hairstyles.
On the surface, Peter Gunz and Stevie J have a lot in common: the love triangles, the successful music careers, and of course the fact that they’re both on shows called Love & Hip Hop. Peter caught some flack early on in the season for his storyline mimicking Stevie’s a little too closely, leading some fans to compare the two men, and when we spoke to Peter recently, we wanted to see how he felt about the comparison. “Me and Stevie J are two completely different characters. He’s more on the funny character side while my situation is very real,” Peter told us. “No disrespect, it’s just a different pedigree of women and situation.” Read more about what Peter thinks of Stevie, who he stresses he is NOT trying to mimic, and with whom, he says, he is not trying to start a “reality war.” Read more…
Alicia is still not over the fact that she heard Renee‘s name on the wire taps for her husband’s legal case, and in this week’s Mob Wives sneak peek, she tells Drita and Ang about what she’s learned. Read more…
Think marriage is scary? Then you haven’t gone cliff diving. The Black Ink Crew is in Jamaica, prepping for Puma and Quani‘s nuptials. But that doesn’t mean they don’t have time for a quick adrenaline rush before the ceremony!
On SNL this week, not one but two of VH1′s most famous stars got the parody treatment in the same sketch. During the “Guy Fieri Christmas” sketch, impressions of Bret Michaels and Big Ang were both featured as part of Fieri’s full-throttle Christmas explosion. Take a look at the sketch and tell us what you think of the parodies — personally we think it’s about damn time the show caught on to her.
With so many VH1 stars expanding their brands and realizing their goals of being businessmen and women, there are dozens of suggestions for supporting your local reality star while also knocking some items off of your holiday gift-buying list. Our Holiday Gift Guide has options for the fashion-conscious, the makeup-lover, the avid reader, and the wine aficionado. Browse through all of our suggestions to stock up on gifts…or add a few things to your own wish list.