Julissa Bermudez is best known as one of the old hosts of BET’s 106 & Park. Now 31, she’s desperate to find a man to move her out of her mom’s house.
In last night’s episode of VH1′s Tiny & Shekinah’s Weave Trip, the unbeweaveable duo and their tricked out mobile hair salon make a pit stop in Jackson, MS, where they meet a group of high school dancers trying to earn money to travel to Atlanta for a dance competition. A hastily arranged dance-off between Tiny‘s team and Shekinah‘s team earns the girls $5,000. Tiny generously chips in another $3,000 to help the girls reach their goal.
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Judging from the reaction on Twitter.com last night, it’s clear that the breakout star of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood is former B2k frontman Omarion. The 29-year-old father-of-one checked his baby mama, Apryl Jones, for showing disrespect towards his mother, Leslie.
Last month I told you R&B Diva Keyshia Cole was set to air her dirty laundry in a new reality TV show. The original script called for Keyshia and estranged husband Daniel “Boobie” Gibson to allow cameras to document their epic divorce battle. Well now it seems those plans have been scrapped.
VH1 leaked the full 1st episode of Mona Scott-Young’s latest scripted series Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood. Networks usually release full videos in advance of the season premiere because they are jittery about the reviews from test market screenings. Watch the video after the jump and let VH1 know if they should scrap this series and start again from scratch.
WE TV just released the trailer for Season 3 of “Tamar & Vince,” which will premiere this fall. Judging by the roasting Tamar has gotten on social media from her former friends and family alike, you can expect a lot of drama to unfold during the third season.
Love & Hip Hop Atlanta cast member Althea Heart is supposedly suing fellow cast member Joseline Hernandez for her part in a fake brawl during the taping of LHHATL Season 3 Reunion. We know this is bull because cast members sign contracts agreeing not to file litigation against the cast or crew for activity that occurs on the set.