Danity Kane’s Aubrey O’Day and socialite-turned scarecrow-turned actress Lydia Hearst put on quite a show last night in NYC. True attraction? Or are these two desperate for attention?
Last week, we presented New York on the record talking about her breakup with I Love New York 2 winner Tailor Made. Tailor Made, in turn, has spoken out with his perception of what went wrong. As he told SOHH.com:
“We’re just very different people. The same things that I’m very attracted to in her are the same things that made a relationship with her difficult. She’s very emotionally volatile, very passionate, which is great but at the same time that can present a challenge in a relationship. We’re good friends. She’s definitely a sweetheart but I just think we weren’t very compatible. I still wish her the best and I think she’s going to be very successful with her acting career.”
So there you have it: irreconcilable differences. That’s it? For something involving New York, this seems decidedly non-dramatic. It’s almost a let-down. We’ll get to watch their breakup play out this season on New York Goes to Hollywood. Fingers crossed for broken dishes! [SOHH.com]
Here’s something you probably didn’t catch from watching last night’s premiere of I Want To Work for Diddy: Rob Smith is an out gay man who isn’t shy about knocking down the doors of what he calls in a post on AfterElton the “somewhat homophobic hip-hop world.” He continues: “Visibility matters, and for both myself and my transgender competitor Laverne Cox, I know that it was very important that we represented who we were openly from the very beginning.”
Rob is writing recaps of the show for AfterElton, and despite his use of the screencaps from this blog’s first-episode recap without giving credit (a-hem, screencaps don’t take themselves), we’ll be checking in on his stuff each week, if only to gain insidery nuggets like this: “Over on the Uptown Team, there were actually even more altercations with Kim ["Poprah"] that didn’t get shown, including a screaming match between her and Brianna that happened during elimination. Oh, and there was no editing trickery going on with the challenge. We were actually up for 24 hours and, yes, we did smell at the end of it! Mike is exactly as nice as he seems, and Kim is exactly as…Kim as she seems.” Heh. [Rob's I Want To Work for Diddy Episode 1 Recap]
This week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly concerns all things reality, and includes a section of interviews with past reality-TV contestants. The only VH1personality to pop up is Flavor of Love 3‘s Ice, who reflects on the opportunism that she was never less than upfront about (to the point that it led to her elimination):
“Who the hell could fall in love with Flavor Flav? He went to kiss me, and I was very hesitant. I did not want that to happen at all. But you’ve got to do what you’ve got to do. I wouldn’t have had sex with him, but I would have probably made out with him. We lived the good life out there. That’s why I cried at the end. Everyone’s like, ‘You didn’t even like him!’ I’m like, ‘I’m leaving a pretty mansion in California! I’m not going to be pampered anymore!’ That’s why I was crying, man.”
Well, at least she got something out of it. [Entertainment Weekly]
A recent interview with New York finds VH1′s HBIC going through the usual promo motions for New York Goes to Hollywood. But it also contains a bit of information that we haven’t heard from her before: New York says she’s nice! Check it:
“I am actually a really nice person. A lot of times when I meet people for the first time, I think they are taken back by how warm my energy actually is. Because they watch the shows and they just figure me to be this nasty, angry, negative person. But what it was, is that I had a lot of things coming at me. I had girls to compete with and then I had guys in my house who were there for the wrong reasons. You have to know I got that way because my buttons were pushed. If I’m not on the battlefield fighting any battles, I’m going to put my swords away, so I’m good.”
We can attest to the fact that Tiff-Tiff has never been less than a dream to work with (but then, maybe we know what buttons not to push). Still, after watching the fur (and fake hair) fly on the season premiere of New York Goes to Hollywood, are you buying this? Has the Hollywood machine so taking over your girl that she’s acting even in interviews? [BostonHerald.com]
What’s Rock of Love 2‘s Angelique been up to? Getting ready to appear in a horror film, preparing a comic book based on herself and, of course, taking her clothes off for the entertainment of others! Check out some new shots Frenchie took for Playet Magazine. Don’t worry, they’re PG-13, although they do contain exposed ass cheeks. And really, who doesn’t want to look at ass cheeks? Fun for the whole family, that’s what we say!
Above, check out some footage from the premiere party for Luke’s Parental Advisory, which was held last night in Miami. Keep an eye out for a cameo from I Love New York 2‘s Mr. Wise. Also getting down was Luke’s sense of humor: when the interviewer asks him if he thinks the show will reignite his stardom, he comes back with, “Oh yeah, I think this is gonna resurrect the dead.” Oh, Luke, such a card!
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And so, there was only one place for her to go…
Makes a ton of sense, right?
Thank god she found a place that doesn’t have unrealistic expectations of women and their bodies!
The title of this show is a total given.
I mean, who wouldn’t want to work for Diddy? Seems like it’d be a walk in the park!