VH1 Reveals New And Returning Cast Members Of Love & Hip Hop, Back December 15

by (@damianbellino)

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The city that never sleeps is back to its old games because Love & Hip Hop New York – the OG of the franchise – will return to VH1 for a fifth season on December 15.

Joining the ranks of Erica Mena, Yandy Smith, Amina Buddafly and Tara Wallace are an array of established and up-and-coming hip hop producers and artists. Producer Cisco Rosado isn’t a stranger to the reality world since he was previously linked to Basketball Wives star Jennifer Williams. Meanwhile his relationship with Daryl Strawberry’s daughter, Diamond Strawberry, is a “don’t ask, don’t tell” situation.

Find out more about the new cast members, who are sure to create beautiful music and a lot of drama, in the full press release below. Read more…

Get Ready To Say Hi To VH1′s New Series, Bye Felicia!

by (@lizburrito)

Everyone loves a good makeover, especially when it does just as much good on the inside as it does on the outside. VH1′s new series, Bye Felicia! aims to motivate, elevate and renovate the women of L.A. The series stars Atlanta-based life coaches Deborah Hawkes and Missy Young who are imparting their wisdom and humor on the women who need it most, as they urge their clients to say “Bye, Felicia!” to their former selves. For more information about the series, read on.


Series Premiere Tuesday, December 9 at 9PM ET/ PT

NEW YORK, NY- November 13, 2014 – White women of LA are getting a serious confidence boost and a little dose of reality with the series premiere of “Bye Felicia!,” premiering Tuesday, December 9 at 9PM. This 8-episode, hour long series follows Atlanta-based life coaches Deborah Hawkes and Missy Young as they set out to help white girls across the Los Angeles area. Each closed-ended episode aims to empower two different women who could use a dose of honesty in order to turn their lives around. Read more…

Do You Have A Crazy, Hilarious, Embarrassing Family? Tell Us More With #MyLocaFamily

by (@lizburrito)

In honor of VH1′s new series, Suave Says, featuring the crazy, hilarious, and tight-knit Mejia family (lead by ’90s pop star Gerardo), we’re interested in finding out how crazy your own family is. Hence: #MyLocaFamily. On our new show, Gerardo, his wife Kathy, and kids Jaden, Nadia and Bianca set the bar for silliness — especially when Gerardo embarrasses his kids with the remnants of his “Rico Suave” past.

We’re asking fans to take pictures of their families doing things that embarrass them, drive them crazy, make them laugh, whatever your family does that’s over the top, and upload them using the hashtag #MyLocaFamily to Twitter and Instagram. All of these photos will appear on MyLocaFamily.VH1.com. Start submitting now!


7 Things Every Woman On Love & Hip Hop Could Learn From Rudy Huxtable

by (@lizburrito)


The Cosby Show‘s Rudy Huxtable was the ultimate feminist icon and none of us probably even realized it at the time. Most of us just watched Rudy and identified with her youngest sibling struggle, or loved how she bossed around friends like Peter and Bud, but for real, she knew what she was talking about when it came to life and love, and we could all take a lesson from her these days. And by “we” I mean the women of Love & Hip Hop, who all seem to have man problems, whether it’s being cheated on, dumped, fired, or a part of a life partner gang/pentagon. Rudy would never stand for any of that, so we assembled some of her best moments in a Rudy Huxtable Guide To Being A Boss B. Starting with the quote above, Rudy offered more wisdom in her youth than any us ever realized.

Do not, under any circumstances, take s—t from any man. Especially not Bud. In this now-classic scene, Rudy drops some wisdom that every woman must abide by: “You have to earn my love.”
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Love & Hip Hop Hollywood Bonus: Could Lil Fizz + His Son Kameron Get Any Cuter?

by (@ShireaCarroll)

Lil Fizz takes his son Kam to the ice cream shop to delicately discuss how Amanda may not be in their lives anymore.

When Fizz asks his lil’ man how he would feel if Amanda didn’t come around as much, his “I’ll cry,” answer made us melt like frozen yogurt.

Find out how Fizz will handle the break up as it relates to his son, and catch the the next episode of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood Mondays at 8 PM ET/PT.

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Tiny and Shekinah’s Weave Trip Sneak Peek: Tiny Gets Scared And Starts Freaking Out

by (@ShireaCarroll)

After being to tired to keep driving, Tiny decides to make a rest top at a RV camping resort in small town in Texas.

While trying to get to know her neighbors Tiny becomes the target of a huge flying insect that sends Tiny into a state of panic. While everyone seems to be amused by Tiny’s fear, Tiny really freaks out, like really. Read more…

My Life Sneak Peek: Finally Getting A Glimpse Of K. Michelle As A Mother

by (@ShireaCarroll)

Sometimes with K. Michelle‘s rigorous work ethic and relentless grind is easy to forget that K. Michelle is also a somebody’s mama.

On the next episode of My Life, K’s son Chase comes to visit, and we finally get to see what K.Michelle is like when she takes off her artist hat (wig), and turns into Kimberly Chase’s mother. Read more…

Can You Guess The VH1 Star Just By Looking At Their Eyes?

by (@lizburrito)

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Eyes are one of the most expressive features we have and convey every emotion. We want to know how well you know your VH1 stars just by looking into their eyes. Can you recognize Tiny Harris now that she changed her eye color? Can you identify the ladies of Love & Hip Hop based on their signature side-eye? Take our Guess The Eyes quiz now to see if you can figure out who’s who based on the brows, lashes, glares and glances they’re throwing.

Get A First Look At VH1′s New Series Suave Says

by (@damianbellino)

Were you a fan of Gerardo‘s rippling abs and open shirt and listened to “Rico Suave” on repeat? Well, giddy up then for VH1′s newest show, Suave Says.

Sans bandana, Gerardo Mejía and his wife and children are like any family except they’ve invited cameras into their home.


Get to know what the people behind an 1980′s anthem are really like when Rico Suave premieres Wednesday, December 3rd + 10 PM ET/PT.