Struggling reality TV star Evelyn Lozada took a page out of the books of other reality TV broads who feared losing their meal tickets.
When Lozada heard rumors that she might be dropped from Basketball Wives, she came up with a quick solution: she got herself pregnant.
But unlike the other women who had their babies naturally, 45-year-old Lozada — whose eggs dried up a long time ago — went to a fertility doctor for in vitro fertilization, according to an industry source.
IF there is a man involved in this process (and that’s a big IF), he most likely paid for Lozada to have the procedure done. What man wants to be saddled with Lozada and her spawn for the next 18 years?
It takes a very superficial woman to have a baby to keep the reality TV paychecks rolling in. Lozada fits that bill to a T.
Cancellation rumors have been swirling since season 3 of Basketball Wives ended. Ratings for season 5 have slipped as more viewers realize how fake the show and its stars are.
In an interview with the Huffington Post, Evelyn Lozada confirmed what we already knew: there won’t be a sixth season.
Tiny and her supporting cast of temporary hosts Tami Roman, Trina and Claudia Jordan, are back with a new season of VH1′s Tiny Tonight. Tami, who will soon be unemployed when Basketball Wives is canceled, kicked things off by saying Atlanta women are the realest chicks she has ever met. Then the ladies dished haircare advice to the audience. The first two women to approach the mic were Caucasian women with real hair growing out of their scalps. The irony of two white women taking advice from black women who wish they had Caucasian hair is so profound.
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Basketball Wives Miami cast members are cranking into high gear to get the word out that this season will be just as fake as the previous seasons.
Over the weekend, Evelyn Lozada (who limped back to Shaunie O’Neal after her own spin-off was axed) released Photoshopped images of herself wearing skimpy dresses and Young Money Cash Money Records sweat pants.
Former NFL star Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson, 34, and reality TV star Evelyn Lozada, 45, stepped out together over the weekend. Johnson’s website posted a pic of them together proving that they think they are worth more together than apart.
The couple surprised Twitter fans at one of Chad’s famous fan dinners at South Street in Miami this past weekend.
If you don’t immediately recognize the
slutty woman in the latest PeTA ad, that’s because the ad is Photoshopped beyond recognition.
According to Vibe Vixen, The “I’d Rather Go Naked” PeTA model is former reality star Evelyn Lozada, who stripped off her thong for the animal rights advocacy group.
One year ago this week, Basketball Wives star Evelyn Lozada opened her first high end shoe boutique called Dulce Shoe Boutique in Miami’s posh Coral Gables area.
The boutique was a runaway success, due in large part to Dulce’s affordable prices and sexy, unique styles that aren’t normally available outside of Paris.
Evelyn is a big fan of the blog and modestly offered me an exclusive interview. But quiet as it’s kept — I’m kinda shy, even on the phone. But my blogger friend Lashonda has no such compulsions about interviews.
She recently scored an exclusive interview with Basketball Wives cast member Suzie Ketcham (pictured above, left), who says the NBA will drop the hammer on any ‘real’ NBA wife who entertains ideas about joining the show’s cast.
SK: The NBA hates it. I know that the Miami Heat has put restrictions on the players and their wives: they are not allowed to do it. The wives are not allowed to be apart of the show at ALL. And I personally think that the entire NBA may put restrictions on any wife, girlfriend or player from being apart of the show. You know obviously, if the players are not allowed to do it, then they are NOT going to allow their women to do it. Read More…