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.
While supreme athleticism and aesthetically pleasing dance routines are the building blocks of Hit The Floor, Charlotte Ross is most interested in the strong female characters. As Olivia Vincent, director of the prestigious Los Angeles Devil Girls, she works to maintain her authority over certain conniving team members and otherwise handsy sports stars, without barely breaking a sweat. “I think that James [LaRosa] is a wonderful writer for many reasons, but one of his strengths is writing female characters,” Ross tells VH1.
He’s fought supervillains and evildoers, but can he handle the dramatics and easily bruised egos of professional athletes? In Hit The Floor, Dean Cain plays Pete Davenport, a former Devil player who’s returned as Head Coach, bringing some of his past hang-ups (and romantic feelings) along with him. “It’s a real tough transition from being the athlete to being the coach, but Pete’s in the process of making it. By no means is he perfect,” Cain tells VH1.
Coming from behind the Hot 97 morning radio mic and entering the TV world as the face of Extra TV, The Gossip Game’s K. Foxx has to focus not only on sharpening the knives in her gift-of-gab drawer, but also look the part. Luckily for the former dancer and new video vixen in Wyclef’s “Mid Life Crisis,” K. Foxx is no stranger to audience close-ups. Read more…
Between attention-grabbing dance moves and skin-tight outfits, it’s hard not to dream of becoming a Devil Girl, performing in packed arenas to thousands of adoring fans. Our new series Hit The Floor brings the world of professional dance to life, serving up sex, skin, and scandal, courtesy of its stars Dean Cain, Kimberly Elise, and Taylour Paige, as well as a slew of supremely talented dancers. Did we mention their bodies? Because, yeah, we’re drooling.
Tonight episode of Model Employee warns us of the dangers of having too much fun in Las Vegas, particularly if you’re competing on a reality TV show. Not only do these statuesque nymphs have to worry about dehydration, sleep deprivation, and pounding headaches after a night of partying, they never know when Kurt The Butler will show up with a rack of clothes that’s entirely not Prada.
As media personalities who boast about being nice with the pen, JasFly and Ms. Drama should be equally nice with using the English language in their speech, should they not? If you didn’t catch last night’s episode of The Gossip Game, you missed out on a pretty entertaining moment when Jas tried to correct Drama’s vocabulary, but sort of ended up sonning herself in the process.
Less than two weeks to go until the series premiere of Hit The Floor, and we’re doing back bends and high-kicks just thinking about all the pride, power, and lust that will soon be bursting from our television screens. To make the wait somewhat more bearable, stars Kimberly Elise, Taylour Paige, and the artist formerly known as Superman (ahem, Dean Cain) will join VH1′s very own Tia Williams for a brand-new installment of Very VH1.
With a Southern accent and strip tease moves at the ready, Katherine Bailess has got it all. On Hit The Floor, she plays Kyle Hart, a fun and provocative member of the Los Angeles Devil Girls who has a hard time keeping her hands off the on-court eye candy. “It’s so fun because everything sexual that I do, it’s not really sexual,” Bailess tells VH1. “There’s something exciting about it and fun, and it’s not intimidating and too much R-rated, I don’t think.” Good! We like to keep things family-friendly around these parts.