TMZ reports that Benzino’s fiancee, Althea Heart, has filed a lawsuit against Joseline Hernandez after getting a beat down at the reunion show.
Will you be tuned in? Check out the teaser of #LHHH below.
After months and months of rumors, its official…The Love & Hip Hop series has added Hollywood to their franchise! Ready or not, Love & Hip Hop Hollywood will be on your Ratchet TV screens. Check out the “official” cast of #LHHH!
VH1′s Atlanta Exes is suppose to premiere next week but VH1 released the first episode early to see what viewer response will be. Check out episode 1 after the jump, and let us know what you think? Will you be watching?
Get More: TV Shows, Full Episode Video, Reality TV Shows K.Michelle’s “Rebellious Soul” musical is premiering on VH1 on August 19 at 10pm ET. The musical was directed by actor Idris Elba. Check out the trailer after the jump and let us know your thoughts!
First Look At VH1′s New Atlanta Exes! Watch the supertrailer after the jump!
Drea Kelly opens up about her pending divorce from husband Brian Mckee (“I’m just waiting for my divorce to be final”), and her thoughts on her transgender teen. See below.
VH1 tweeted Monday night to submit questions for singer Robin Thicke using the hashtag #AskThicke. Boy was that a mistake! Yikes! Found out what happened!
On Monday night’s episode of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Scrappy and Bambi revealed the sad news that they had suffered a miscarriage. Fans of the show thought that Bambi lied about her pregnancy for ratings, but Scrappy’s girl reveals evidence that her miscarriage was very real. See below. SMH
Perri “Pebbles” Reid, the founder of the hit ’90s R&B group TLC, is suing Viacom in federal court for defamation over how she was portrayed in the TLC biopic. CBS Local reports: According to court documents filed on April 25, 2014, Pebbles believes the documentary portrayed her “as a conniving and dishonest business woman who...
Get More: Hollywood Exes Watch A Sneak Peek Preview Of Hollywood Exes Season 3!
To all you “Single Ladies” fans out there. VH1 may have axed Single Ladies from their lineup, but the show just received a second life on BET’s sister network, Centric.