Here’s good news to the few of you who still watch Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta and K. Michelle’s reality TV show.
Variety magazine confirms VH1 ordered eight half-hour episodes of a LHHATL spin-off featuring part-time music producer Stevie J and Joseline Hernandez.
As predicted, unemployed socialites Blac Chyna, left, and Amber Rose are getting their own reality TV show on MTV Network.
The contracts are signed and several episodes are already in the can.
A Bravo insider reached out to Sandrarose.com within minutes of gossip tabloid TMZ’s report that well-known transvestite escort Amiyah Scott was added to the cast of Real Housewives of Atlanta as an official cast member.
An email sent out to the blogs by VH1’s publicity department left many bloggers scratching their heads.
The poorly written press release trumpets the addition of openly gay “rapper” Milan Christopher to the cast of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood.
Season 2 of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood is shaping up to be controversial.
As you probably know, one of the cast members on season 1 of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood was reportedly born a male. So why would anyone on the set show hate toward a new cast member who is openly gay?
65-year-old Bruce Jenner, who goes by the nom de guerre Caitlyn, overcame his fears of wearing a bathing suit in episode 3 of E! Network’s flop docu-series I Am Cait.
Jenner revealed his white one-piece bathing suit while swimming with other cross-dressers and transvestites during a road trip to take a break from the paparazzi and attention that he craves.
In the next episode of Bruce Jenner’s reality TV series, I Am Cait, he gets feminine voice lessons from his stepdaughter, Kim Kardashian.