Tall, handsome, and good with his hands. On paper, Hit The Floor‘s Derek Roman seems perfect (he looks that way in photos, too). Star of the Los Angeles Devils, he’s successful, rich, and always down for a good time. “He’s a guy [whose] talent’s through the roof, confidence’s through the roof, and again he’s impulsive,”McKinley Freeman tells VH1 of his HTF character. Impulsive like flying-a-girl-to-Maui-on-your-second-date kind of impulsive? Because we could totally go for that.
As an impartial host, Chrissy Teigen isn’t supposed to cast judgment on the ladies of Model Employee. But that doesn’t mean she hasn’t fantasized about slinging memorable catchphrases and eliminating enthusiastic hopefuls who fall short of her glamorous and highly professional standards. “Next season I want to be a judge, too, and I want to send people off,” the supermodel tells us. “I would definitely be a tough judge, a tough critic, harsh.” Only because she knows this world so well!
Each week that The Gossip Game airs, one of the show’s ambitious cast members will share their reactions to that Monday’s episode by writing a guest blog entry exclusively for VH1. Leading the charge this week is Sharon Carpenter as she discusses the drama that went on during episode seven.
As single mother Raquel Saldana, Valery Ortiz understands the importance of playing someone female fans can look up to. “She’s like the woman that other people might admire, but they can relate to,” Ortiz tells VH1 of her Hit The Floor character. Agreed! Her hoops everything.
By now you know that Stevie Ryan is returning for a second season of Stevie TV, with all-new celebrity-inspired sketches and jokes to tide you over during the warmer months. (Laughter is a natural coolant. Didn’t you know?) And like the underrated Denzel Washington-Ryan Reynolds film, NO ONE IS SAFE.
We’re still recovering from the picture perfect play date on T.I. And Tiny: The Family Hustle that made us crave Chef Tip’s homemade peanut butter sandwiches and at least one round in the bounce house, but today is a special day all its own: Major turns five! Youngest member of the Harris family, but “baby” no more, we’re wishing Tip and Tameka’s little man all the best, and are confident he’ll be celebrating in style. Did you see his fourth birthday party?
VH1 recently sat down with Mimi and Erica of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta to find out where they stood on certain topics, asking if specific people, songs and actions were “Ratchet or Not Ratchet?” Moving the spotlight over to some ladies in the later time slot on Monday nights, The Gossip Game’s Sharon, Viv and Kim recently took a stab at fielding similar questions. Read more…
Digging through rumors to find a real story? The only female in a “boys’ club”? Fighting off Wyclef Jean‘s creepy advances as he rides around in a wheelchair on a music video set? Why yes, K. Foxx knows a little something about all of that. The Gossip Game star and Hot 97 radio personality joins Jen The Pen for an all-new episode of Very VH1 today. With Jen’s background in radio, and Kay’s position at one of the most historic and influential stations in the city, there will likely be some good fodder about what it means to truly rep New York.
On the latest episode of Off Pitch, the Grand River Singers have the opportunity to perform at the Mall of America. Yes, that Mall of America. THE MALL OF AMERICA. So, the group makes a fancy music video for their audition tape…and things between Greg and Steven get dramatic.
On tonight’s episode of Off Pitch, we began to see the less glittery, more emotionally tense side of Grand River Singers. Early in the episode, the kids camped out in Rob & Tim’s yard and complained about how Rob has been very judgmental and negative lately. The “leaders” of the pack stay after rehearsal to address Rob’s attitude and discover that GRS has led to fractures in Rob & Tim’s relationship. After averting disaster at a show at “Valley Fair” amusement park, GRS creates a romantic evening for Rob and Tim so they can discuss their romance and rebuild.