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Sunday, January 31, 2010

Rival Battle Of The Week: Who Is More Weirder?

Brittany Starr: She was accused of stealing socks , she tries to be someone that she is not, she accused of Natasha for being on Rock of love because she was black. All the girls dislikd her on Rock of love bus, she makes herself the easy target. She acts bi polar at times. Her hair was pulled out by Beverly ans she talks shit about the other girls.

Renee: We don't know much about Renee like with Brittany Starr, but she is like Brittany Star. Most of the girls on Frank The Entertainer dislike, she acts needy and stalkerish towards Frank, she cries a lot as well.

What both of these girls have in common is that they are both WEIRD

So this weeks poll who do YOU think is more weirder? Brittany Starr or Renee VOTE

Saturday, January 30, 2010

Fantasa For Real Episode 4 Sneak Peek

Watch the sneak peek of the upcoming episode of Fantasta For Real.

For The Love Of Ray-J Finale Sneak Peek

Watch the sneak peek of the finale of For The Love Of Ray-J. Who will he pick Platinum or Mz Berry? I will post my finale review aftre I see it.

Call and E-mail VH1 about I Love Money 4

I just got a word that 51 Minds and VH1 are working to resolve the issue to air I Love Money 4. There is a 70% chance that it will air. Vh1 apparently did a major reedit of the show and paid big bucks for it so alot of the 51 minds people don't believe they will walk away from so much money invested.  there was some discussions about the scheduling of ILM4 airing but none in the last 30 days! So lets just see what happens.

If anyone decides to place a call or Email VH1 about I Love Money 4 and get them to air it.

Phone: 212-846-8181

51 minda is not the problem, it's VH1. 51 Minda wants the show to air.

Viewers Choice Award 2009: 3- way tie!

Hot Wings, New York & Mamacita. All three ladies won Viewers Choice 2009 with a tie of 54.7% Myamme had the least amounts of votes.

tomorrow will be the final category which is Best VH1 Show of 2009.

Friday, January 29, 2010

Pics of Meet Market a.k.a Date Trader

Shortly after Megan Wants Wants Millionaire & I Love Money 3 was canceled. We've learned that VH1 was going to have this show called Date Trader, which was supposed to a quick relplacement, I'm still not quite sure what was the show really about. Well the show will NOT be on air, but one of my followers on twitter send me pics of it. The show's official title was going to be called "Meet Market"

Life With Daisy

Couple of days ago I made  blog post about Frenchy having her own love show. Well now Daisy who had a love show called Daisy of love, tweeted about her new show "Life With Daisy" which is the working title. I guess this show will be about her life, or her life as a singer. The show has not been picked up yet, as she stated on her tweet.

Tough Love 2 Season Finale Sneak Peek

Watch the preview of the season Finale of Tough Love. I will post my finale review of the show once I see it.

Frank The Enteratiner.. A Basement Affiar: Episode 5 Sneak Peek

Watch a the preview of the next episode, we are already halfway through the season!

Rival Battle Of The Week Results: The Better VH1 Clique goes too....

The Blounderage Wins!

 The Blounderage 77%
The Wolfpack 22%

The Blinderage beats The Wolfpack with 77%. you guys gree that The Blounderage is the best clique on VH1.

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Coming Soon: Transform Me ,Famous Crime Scene, Undateable, Peak Season: Vancouver  has just announced  acrop of new shows coming soon to VH1, one show is with Laverne who was the trangender female on the 1st season of I Want To Work for Diddy

check out it out:

In the coming months, VH1 is set to air a slew of new shows, including Transform Me, a makeover show featuring I Want To Work for Diddy Season 1 breakout Laverne Cox. Details on that and more in the press release below:

VH1 has greenlit three new series, two about transforming people from the inside out and one that hopes to shed some light on a few untimely deaths. Transform Me features three transgender female friends giving women a style makeover while helping them overcome some emotional road bumps. In Famous Crime Scene VH1 will take the viewers to an actual crime scene of a famous murder or untimely death and explore the details behind the often murky circumstances. Undateable based on the upcoming book, Undateable: 311 Things Guys Do That Guarantee They Won’t be Dating or Having Sex written by Ellen Rakieten and Anne Coyle, will reveal the secret list that gives guys everything they need to know to get out of their own way when it comes to dating, sex, love and relationships transforming them from undateable to dateable. VH1 has also acquired the hit MTV Canada series, Peak Season: Vancouver just as the world focuses its attention on this beautiful city for the 2010 Winter Olympics.

These programming additions come on the heels of several recent ratings successes with new series such as Fantasia For Real and Let’s Talk About Pep, which premiered in January to more than 2.3 million viewers and 1.9 million viewers, respectively.

Transfrom Me

VH1 and Left/Right Inc. have teamed up to bring to television the newest breed of fashion makeover shows with Transform Me. Each half-hour episode follows the makeover of one woman who has found herself in a style nightmare. The subjects expect to be made over in typical reality show fashion, but are in for a surprise when a team of three transgender women arrive to give them an expert transformation. The new eight-episode 30-minute series is set to premiere March 15, 2010.

The ultra glamorous makeover team, led by Laverne Cox (VH1’s I Want to Work for Diddy) with Jamie Clayton and Nina Poon, travel across the country answering style-911 calls in their deluxe fashion ambulance, saving women from their clothing faux pas. But unlike other makeover shows, this series focuses on overall transformations, helping to improve each woman on the inside as well as the outside. The team will have to push each subject out of her emotional comfort zones and there will be no shortage of tears, arguments, and OMG! moments along the way.

Laverne, who appeared in the first season of VH1’s I Want to Work for Diddy as the outspoken and poised transgender contestant, has also recently appeared in episodes of NBC’s Law and Order, HBO’s Bored to Death along with several independent films, and has performed at Radio City Music Hall.

Based on an original concept and pitch by Laverne Cox and her production company Complete World Domination, Transform Me is executive produced by Banks Tarver and Ken Druckerman for Left/Right Inc. with Shelly Tatro, Danielle Gelfand, Kari McFarland and Jeff Olde serving as executive producers for VH1.

Famous Crime Scene

VH1 is returning to the scene of some of pop culture and music’s most shocking deaths with Famous Crime Scene. The first episode will take an in-depth look at the murder of Tupac Shakur. The additional six episodes will investigate the untimely deaths of Biggie Smalls, John Lennon, Anna Nicole Smith, Selena, Marvin Gaye and Michael Jackson. The seven episode half-hour series is set to premiere on Friday, February 12 at 9pm.

While news accounts tell only part of the story, VH1 has rounded up the witnesses and investigators who were there to give viewers the intimate details from the initial 911 call to the investigators’ final determination to help piece together what really happened. Using expert interviews and true-to-life reenactments, as well as advanced computer graphics, viewers will witness full recreations of these historic events. They’ll tour virtual crime scenes searching for clues and learn the science behind the investigators’ findings: ballistics, fingerprints, DNA evidence, toxicology, profiling and more.

Executive producing Famous Crime Scenes, for VH1 are Shelly Tatro, Brad Abramson and Jeff Olde. Supervising producer is Warren Cohen and Chris Martin is series producer and director.


Undateable is a new five-hour VH1 special airing over five consecutive nights, which looks at all the things that men do wrong in the eyes of the opposite sex. The series is based on the upcoming book Undateable: 311 Things Guys Do That Guarantee They Won’t be Dating or Having Sex written by Ellen Rakieten and Anne Coyle. Undateable is scheduled to begin its five-night run on Monday, April 19.

Ellen Rakieten spent the last 23 years as a key force in creating The Oprah Winfrey Show. Anne Coyle is an award-winning advertising copywriter and owner of a nationally acclaimed interior design firm. The show will take a fun look at the top 100 things guys do that make them “undateable.”

Undateable shows men how to avoid wearing the wrong things, doing the wrong things and of course, saying the wrong things that are all instant warning signs to women. Undateable will be invaluable in helping teach men about their mistakes and women about what indiscretions are just “red flags” and which are the absolute “kiss of death.” So put away the Bluetooth, shave that goatee, put the dad jeans in the closet and join VH1 to learn about the things men do that make them “undateable.”

Executive producing Undateable for VH1 are Ellen Rakieten, Shelly Tatro, Karla Hidalgo and Jeff Olde.

Peak Season: Vancouver

VH1 has acquired the MTV Canada hit docudrama series, Peak Season: Vancouver an original half-hour series that takes an unfiltered look at the lives, loves and adventures of a tight-knit group of young adults in Vancouver/Whistler, BC. The 10-episode series is set to air nightly on VH1 beginning Sunday, February 14 at 11:30pm.

Peak Season: Vancouver offers a unique glimpse beneath the sparkling surface of this world-class ski resort and home to the 2010 Winter Olympics revealing the raw, real-life drama that unfolds amid the breathtaking scenery. Featuring a diverse and dynamic cast, the series delivers a potent blend of drama, action, romance and comedy as the cast follow their hearts and chase their dreams all during the frenetic pace of peak season. A lot happens in this resort playground when the locals and outsiders from around the world co-exist as everyone struggles to find love, friendship and themselves. While every town has stories and secrets, few rival the ones from Vancouver as captured in this smash hit series.

For more information on these four new series including show clips and full episodes throughout their seasons, go to

Peak Season: Vancouver was executive produced by Evan Prager and Jesse Ignjatovic for Den of Thieves.

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Tool Academy 3- Official Cast

It' here! Here is the official cast of the 3rd season of Tool Academy which will premeire Sunday Feb, 14th at 9:PM. From the looks of it, it seems like it's going to be a great season!

RuPaul's Drag Race (Season 2)

Do you all remember that show where Ru Paul looks for the next drag queen? The show originally airs on the Logo channel but VH1 aired reruns of the 1st season. Well now the show is back for season 2 and VH1 will again begin airing reruns of it soon.


Legendary drag icon RuPaul will once again search for America’s next drag superstar when the second season of RuPaul’s Drag Race hits airwaves next week. It’s set to premiere on Logo on Monday, Feb. 1 at 9/8c, and each week will rerun on VH1 the following Tuesday at 9/8c (starting Tuesday, Feb. 2). You can check video previews at Logo’s site and some more info on the show (courtesy of the press release) below:

Gentlemen, start your engines! May the best woman win!” After much critical acclaim and widespread popularity, Logo’s hit reality competition series RuPaul’s Drag Race has returned for a second season. This second lap of RuPaul’s Drag Race will reflect the same hallmarks of the first season that made it a pop culture hit, including the now classic “lip synch for your life” segment. However, with a larger cast of competitors, mega-watt celebrity guest judges and more extravagant weekly challenges, the second season of RuPaul’s Drag Race will be the most tweeted about show of the season. The stakes, wigs and heels are higher than ever as RuPaul searches to crown one lucky up-and-coming drag queen the title (and tiara) of America’s Next Drag Superstar. RuPaul’s Drag Race returns Monday, February 1, 2010 at 9:00 PM ET/PT.

RuPaul’s Drag Race returns stronger than ever with a dream team of A-list celebrity and judges. Each week, joining RuPaul on the judges’ panel includes the return of fashion journalist Merle Ginsberg and Project Runway breakout star Santino Rice. In addition, star-studded guest judges will grace the runway and decide which drag queen will need to “lip synch for their life” at the end of each weekly larger-than-life challenge. Guest judges and stars include: Kathy Griffin (comic/actress), Cloris Leachman (Academy Award winning actress), Debbie Reynolds (legendary actress), Jackie Collins (prolific novelist), Tatum O’Neal (Academy Award-winning actress), Kathy Najimy (actress), Henry Rollins (punk rock icon), Terri Nunn (singer of Berlin), Marissa Jaret Winokur (Tony Award-winning actress), Dita Von Teese (international burlesque star), Niecy Nash (Reno 911!), Martha Wash (the voice of dance music), Kim Coles (comic/actress), Tanya Tucker (country music superstar), Lisa Rinna (actress), Mathu Andersen (master image creator), Gigi Levangie Grazer (writer/creator of USA’s The Starter Wife), Alec Mapa (comedian/actor), Marc Malkin (E! Television), Mike Ruiz (photographer) and Phoebe Price.

Check out the new cast:

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

What Chilli Wants Premeiring March 28th

Taken from new details regarding Chilli from TLC new VH1 show titled "What Chilli Wants, which will be premeiring on VH1 March 28th.

She is known as a superstar around the world. Her exotic looks have been featured in People Magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful.” She is a Pop and R&B Legend, and one of the best selling artists of all time… and she is looking for one man to show her some TLC.

Known to millions of fans worldwide as a music icon who put the “sexy” in CrazySexyCool, she has the fame, the fan-mail, and the friends to last a lifetime. Her name is CHILLI, and she is ready to meet the man whose heart of gold can shine with her own.

Doron Ofir Casting, in association with FremantleMedia North America and VH1, are seeking eligible bachelors of caliber for the possible introduction to a legendary artist who is ready to groove with the man of her dreams.

Are you worthy of meeting the woman behind the music, behind the reputation, behind the stardom? Get ready to meet the real deal, because once you take away all the fame, a remarkable woman awaits you.

Now casting single men who appear to be between the ages of 25 and 40, who have the sex appeal, personality, good looks, success and heart to date a major music artist who is looking to find her true love.

Get ready for a Frenchy love show!

The french stripper who appeared on Rock Of love 2 and I Love Money 2 tweeted that she is casting guys for her own show. She also tweeted that her show won't air on VH1, it will air in a differnet channel. My guess is MTV, since MTV did aired Tila Tequila's love how. MTV migth take a shot at airing love shows too. We will see.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Annie talks about being a famewhore

Everyone check out Annie's blog . In her recent blog entry. She discusses her youtube fame "Caroline" her time on the show, and becoming a famewhore.

Here is the article below:

My name is Ann(ie). I am a video and performance artist currently pursuing my MFA. You may recognize me as YouTube “cewebrity” Scandalishious, aka “Caroline”.

You may also recognize me from Vh1 and 51 Minds latest attempt at facilitating (or perhaps simulating) romance for audience pleasure: Frank the Entertainer…In a Basement Affair. Basement Affair places fifteen women in a house vying for the attention of Frank “The Entertainer” Maresca, a thirty two year old contestant from I Love New York 2 and I Love Money who still lives in his parent’s basement. The kicker was we all had to live in a house with him and his parents.

(I'm the skinny awkward girl in a pink tank top in the back row trying not to have a nervous breakdown)

Originally, I went on the show to do a wacky performance piece, attempting to play up the ridiculousness that is reality television and the characters it produces, a satire on a genre that is already a satire of itself. I was interested in the way reality television is reproducing female stereotypes at an alarming rate—using “real” people to validate these stereotypes’ existence.

But ultimately, I wanted to become a Famewhore. I’ve been drawn to Famewhores for as long as there has been trashy reality television, socialites releasing sex tapes, since the first woman shook her ass on YouTube. I was there, watching and wondering. What is not only my, but also many of ours, fascination with the Famewhore? Where did she come from? And what effect does the Famewhore have on us? I felt the only way I would find out would be to become one myself and surround myself with them. In doing so I would need to get over my self consciousness about my awkward body, eccentric demeanor, large nose, shyness around new people and just say “Hey, this is me. I’m super. Love me and/or hate me please. All I ask for is your attention.”

Of course, none of my family or friends wanted me to become a Famewhore (although I was already a Camwhore, via Scandalishious, the Famewhore demands a larger audience). For myself, the Famewhore persona is ridden with a self-imposed shame. Most educated, upper middle class people (such as myself) tend to look down upon the women on these dating shows as desperate, slutty and stupid. Most people, especially production, assume that one must be a complete moron to subject themselves to being humiliated and to be judged solely on their sexuality.

I believe there is more to the Famewhore than sheer stupidity. It is this something more that is important to understand how female stereotypes are currently being validated by reality television. It is precisely the belief that it is purely stupidity and vanity by both production and viewers at large that allows for the continuing negative representations of women. Despite my inclination to not be viewed as a stupid slut, I had to become a Famewhore in order to shed my own assumptions about what it means to be one.

But first, I had to get on the show. I performed in character during my audition and my pre-house interview. I knew I had to make a completely clueless yet outrageous idiot of myself in order to get on the show—aware that I lacked the typical “look” of the reality starlet. I told them about the inner most secrets of my sex life and my attraction to Frank’s perfectly proportioned neck. They loved every second of it. I was cast. It was all so easy….

I knew I would not be prepared for what being on the set of a reality show would actually be like but I thought I could handle it. I was wrong. I hid in a corner as often as I could and avoided social contact. I couldn’t eat, I couldn’t sleep. The first morning I wanted to give up and go home. The cameras freaked me out. For the first three days I couldn’t ignore them and the pressure to perform (both for my own artistic goals and for the entertainment of the show itself) crippled me. My original plan fell apart.

I took my nervous breakdown as a sign. The “wacky performance art piece” was too easy. Performing a character is more or less what many contestants are doing anyways, just not under the guise of art critique. What I believed would be contradictory to the reality television model would be for me to be my awkward, shy, cynical and bashful self—the person production never would have cast-- even if that meant putting my dreams of famewhoriness on hold (or perhaps my new “real” persona would just hide those desires more effectively).

In the house setting—this was easy. The girls were nice overall and once they saw I was “being real” and didn’t particularly give a crap what they thought of me, were respectful of my presence. I began to feel more at ease and could ignore the presence of the cameras. However, in the interview setting, I found it harder to be my normal self. The camera demands the performative and I found myself hamming it up constantly. Thus, I found the performance became one that combined my “real” self with what I believed my “character” should be—what I call, my “reality TV self”.

I could not have taken the production of this show as seriously as I did if I did not have a genuine interest in Frank. While I had thought he was good looking from television and had genuinely admired his character from the shows I had watched (yes, I am a reality television junkie and I found his refusal to play dirty on I Love Money endearing) I was surprised by how much I liked him and his parents. Frank is far more attractive in person and is very charming. I liked him. I wanted to legitimately compete in a game for his affections (rather than camera time) because I believed that would be the most ridiculous thing to do. And that was what no one else was really doing.

And why would they be? It’s television! Maybe some of the girls came to like him as I did but ultimately everyone was there to be on television. To subject oneself to being on reality television (albeit fun and exciting at times, it is a more or less traumatic experience, whether you are conscious of it or not, that takes away all your adult freedoms and places you in a constant state of confusion and distrust) for reasons other than wanting to be on television seems fairly unbelievable.

The desire to be on television and to be a Famewhore is not a negative thing necessarily. It seems like a fairly reasonable desire-- stemming from our culture where a woman’s self worth is based on the attention she receives from others. My writings to come about my experience on the show will further explore not only my own performance on the show but also how production casts Famewhores and then shames them for their innate and reasonable desires. By placing the blame of any potential disingenuousness of the show onto the female contestants, production is able to obscure their own presence and give the show a more believable illusion of “reality.” It is precisely this "reality", which obfuscates production's hand in the show, that works to continually perpetuate negative stereotypes of women.

Tammy talks about Episode 4

Here is a video of Tammy talking about episode 4 of Frank The Entertainer.. a Basement Affiar. She talks about th shocking Jenny elimination, Renee's weirdness and the softball challenge.

Sunday, January 24, 2010

VH1access Interview: Stephanie Perry (Frank The Entertainer.. A Basement Affiar)

I recently did an interview with one of the 1st girls to get eliminated on Frank The Entertainer.. a Basement Affiar. Stephanie Perry. In my interview with her, she talks about her thoughts on her elimination, what she thinks about Renee, who was her BFF on the show, what she has been up since the show ect.

Here is the interview:

Vh1access: So how are you?

Stephanie Perry: Hey I am Great. Laughing, Loving and Living Life to the Fullest...

VH1access: How did you feel about your elimination?

Stephanie Perry: Elimination was a bunch of Bullshit but it's over now and life goes on. I think the jokes are on him now because i hear the ratings has dramatically dropped after the second episode. I had a lot of people/viewers watching that show just to see me and so many people has different opinions about his show,so i would say he getting Eliminated..Ha!

Vh1access: Do you think that Frank was too skeptical of you because you were a model?

Stephanie Perry: Of Coarse, that had a lot to do with it. I was not going to LIE to get on FRANK show,are your Serious??? This is Frank people. I believe i was the first target because anytime you go on a show as model people are going to assume you are a fame seeker or there for Exposure but that's Fine I will go home 1st being Real and with my Integrity!!! I am Still Stephanie Perry (the Model) and I am still Beautiful!!!

Vh1access: Did you had more scenes with him that we didn't see?

Stephanie Perry: Well it's not necessarily scenes America didn't see,it's more so they didn't show a lot of stuff that happened in the scenes you did see on TV. 90% of what happened in the house with me was not shown because they were to busy trying to show me defending myself again frank and those stupid questions he was asking me.

VH1access: What's your thoughts on Renee and her statement of you? She did not mention your name but it was obvious it was about you.

Stephanie Perry: Renee is Lame a Loser and a Fame Seeker. She is running her mouth about stuff that is False. She was NOT outside when i TOLD frank what i did know about him. When it comes to the comment about " jump starting there modeling career" I am A Established model that's has been in the modeling industry for 5 years with multiple accomplishments so "JUMP START???? she needs to Shut the Fuck up when it comes to me...Real Talk

Vh1access: It seems like you and Jenny are close, was she your BFF on the show?

Stephanie Perry: Yes she was my BFF on the show. When we got to know each other we clicked right way. I talk to her all the time. She is a great,Beautiful, Good hearted Person.

Vh1access: What's your thoughts on his parents, Susan & Gary?

Stephanie Perry: Frank's Mom is funny and out-spoken. People may say she is loud and annoying but i had no problems with her so she is cool with me. Frank Dad is real laid back,nice and Handsome.. i enjoyed them both for the time i was in the house

VH1access: What have you been doing now since the show?

Stephanie Perry: Since the show i still been modeling and doing multiple things so Stay Tuned America..

Vh1access: Would you do another reality show? Like I love money or Charm School?
Stephanie Perry: I will definitely do another reality show like I Love money or Charm school. I just don't want to do anymore Dating shows.
Vh1access: Will there be a Frank The Entertainer reunion?
Stephanie Perry: At this Point i am not sure if there will be a Reunion show But i do hope America.
Vh1access: Do you want to give a shouout to anyone?
Stephanie Perry: Much love to everyone
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VH1 Interview: Tammy (Frank The Entertainer.. A Basement Affiar)

Taken from this is the VH1 interview of  Tammy from Frank The Entertainer.. A Basement Affiar. She talks about her exerience on the show, why she was nevvous around Frank and her portrayal.

How was your time on the show?

Great experience. Loved the cast.

What did you think of your portrayal?

I guess there are 15 girls in the house and everybody is a different character. I didn’t really shine because I wasn’t really loud and crazy. I was out of my comfort zone, but I feel like being quiet is something that’s not me, if you know me.

Were you disappointed to be eliminated?

Yes. I know that Frank’s not attracted to Annie and Renee physically. I think I’m girlfriend material.

He did say that he was physically attracted to you a few times.

Yeah, but I guess looks don’t play the role once you want to be in love. It’s more than that.

What did you think of him repeatedly saying that he didn’t understand what you were saying?

I think it’s funny because what I think about him is very cute, and I guess when you have a crush or you like somebody, you tend to be speechless or freeze up, you know? That’s how I felt when I looked at Frank, like, “Oh my god, oh my god. He’s paying attention to me. Like, every detail.” So then I get nervous and nerves take over and I say stuff that I regret.

Like when you said that you enjoyed doing embarrassing things such as making funny faces?

Yeah! (Laughs.) What I meant was that me and my girlfriend, if we know each other, we’ll play silly and make embarrassing faces. They made it sound like I was saying something else.

Was there any kind of language barrier in play? You’re from Vietnam, right?

Yeah, but I came over here when I was 6-years-old and I’m 25 now. Maybe I stumble on words, but I don’t think it was a big issue.

What’s your beef with Italian food?

I think it’s heavy. If I had a boyfriend, I think I’ll be the main person in the kitchen. He’ll step in once in a while and cook steak, but I can’t live without rice or noodle. Being with that family and eating spaghetti, it’s good but day after day, it’s like, oh my god! I miss my Asian food.

Where are you with your cultivation of the Minnesota accent?

Well, you basically extend your O’s and A’s. I taught Melissa Vietnamese, too, but it was mostly bad words. You know, like, perverted words, ’cause I find perverted jokes very funny. A white girl saying it is really cute.

Any regrets?

No, this is the best experience so far. I hope to work with VH1 more, but this was a good experience. I think everybody should do it, just being in a competition with 15 girls. Just see if it’s worth your time and what you’ll learn from it.

VH1 Interview: Luscious (For The Love Of Ray-J)

Taken from here is the recent VH1 interview which is Luscious from For The Love Ray-J.

It was hard to watch the last episode. Ray’s friends were terrible to you.

Oh, they were. They were so obnoxious and rude.

It’s one thing to go in and figure that you’ll play it up for TV, but when somebody comes crying to you, saying that you’ve hurt their feelings, that’s when you shut up, right?

I just feel like they were trying to do a replay of last season, but it’s a completely different situation. I was so upset because I shared with Ray what really happened with the whole “homie” situation and what really went down, which VH1 did not air for whatever reason. I’m not even going to throw it out there anymore. It’s something that I’m just going to let it die out on its own. But what really hurt is I felt like Ray knew the background of what really went down. Because of that, that incident with his friends shouldn’t have happened. I know you can’t control your friends, but the arguing between Young Buck and I went on a lot longer. Tom Green had my back before Ray J did. I know he was in on it, and chanting the whole stupid little song, but Tom Green had my back before anybody else. I had to call Ray J out, “Like really? You’re not going to have my back? You’re going to allow your friends to talk to me like this?” And that’s when he stood up for me. And that’s why I left. It wasn’t because of what they were saying or what they were doing. I mean, yeah, I was upset at that, but I understand that has nothing to do with Ray J. I need a man who’s going to have my back one hundred percent.

So there was never any point after that were you regretted leaving the way that you did?

No. I felt like I did the right thing. I really cared about Ray, and I really thought that I could win, but I’m not going to settle for less. I don’t care who you are and what you do. I respect myself. I went on the show looking for love, so if he lacks a quality that I need in my man, I’m going to let it be known. It’s like, “OK, if I end up with him, is he going to have my back the next time his friends go in on me like that?” You’ve got to think about your own future at this point.

Do you resent Ray?

No! Not at all! I don’t hold grudges, and the show was several months ago. I was really upset at the time, but I’m over it. It was a huge misunderstanding. I don’t think he even knew how far it was going to go, or how far I was going to take it. But a person can only take so much. You know? I put up with a lot. They kind of toned it down for a couple of episodes, but I put up with so much from everybody just bringing it up to me. And it was like, enough is enough.

I thought it was ridiculous that you were made to answer homie-smashing questions throughout the entire season.

I know, it was like nobody’s business! Ray and I talked about it, and it’s between him and I. I said I was celibate, I didn’t say I was a virgin. To me it’s like, unless you’re a virgin, unless you’re dating somebody with no friends, we’re all smashing somebody’s homie. My business, though, wasn’t something to chat about. Ray knows the truth. My castmates who were there during the lie detector test, they know what really happened. I’m not going to share it with the world, it’s my business. That’s why I was so upset.

I respect your privacy, but I wondered if you saw the extra from that episode where Dre talked about your hook-up at length and made some bold claims…

I mean, come on. He’s this huge liar, obviously. I don’t blame him, because look at him and look at me. I mean, seriously? You’re going to sit there and make up fake details about what happened? Any guy that’s going to kiss and tell, you shouldn’t believe. I even told Ray that he’s trying to put me under the bus. He’s using me and the situation. He’s trying to get fame out of the show at my expense. I think it backfired on him because a lot of people even saw that it wasn’t believable. They whole thing was seemed fake even to me. Like, “Oh, I see a girl, she looks kind of familiar…” You think I look familiar, yet you know my name?

Is it safe to say that you’re no longer friendly with Dre?

No, not at all. I think it’s very disrespectful, I think it’s very unclassy, and I think it’s rude. It’s one thing to look out for your friend, but whether those details were true or false–which, they’re false–what’s the point in that? It was two years ago, homie. I think he’s just upset that he’s tried to get with me for so long, and I never respected him after what went down between him and I. I never hated him. I always kept it cool with him, because we have mutual friends and we both work in L.A., but I never went out my way to be his friend. And the whole Twitter thing with the lie detector test; first of all, I didn’t understand a word Caliente was saying to me. The question was “Did I write to him?” No, my Twitter is an open book. Anybody can write me. It doesn’t mean I’m having conversations with him back and forth.

Did you have any idea that this would come up on the show, going into it?

I knew it was a possibility, but as for the circumstances of the situation between the idiot and I, I just felt like he wouldn’t be stupid enough to bring it up, because he knew the truth. And I just feel like if VH1 showed what really happened and what I really said, and about the certain questions that I had, he would have been under the bus so bad right now.

Well what stops you from throwing him under the bus now?

I’m choosing not to talk about it even more. I’m letting go of that whole thing, and I’m just going to let it die out on its own. I just feel like karma is a bitch, and he and his friends will get their karma one of these days.

It’s ironic that you came on this show touting your celibacy, and then your sexual history became more of a plot point than anybody else’s.

Yeah, it is ironic, and it is what it is.

Why were you celibate before coming on the show?

I mean, I don’t ever think I was too wild. I was young. I’m not a whore, but we all have a promiscuous side. I don’t ever think I was out of line in my life. I always knew how to carry myself. But we’ve had fun sometimes, you know? Earlier this last year, though, I really changed my life. I stopped going out so much, and I really just became a homebody. I started going to church, played sports, just stayed in my own little world. I really toned it down a lot. Part of that was, “I’m not going to be promiscuous, I’m just going to be celibate…not till I marry, but until I meet the right guy”. And I think that being celibate helps to meet the right guy, because then your relationship is not based around sex. It’s not a lust thing, it’s something real.

So you’re still celibate?

Yes. To this day. I don’t have a boyfriend.

What about dealing with some of the other girls in the house? You referred to Mz Berry as “Grandma.”

I don’t hate anybody, I don’t even hate her, but during the show I just felt like she put herself on a pedestal. She always had to be right, she was the old one, she thought she was the wise one.

What about Flossy?

I feel like they made me and Heartbreaker look like really huge bullies. I like Flossy to this day, but she was actually running her mouth off a lot: getting personal with me and Heartbreaker and Caliente, and just a bunch of girls in the house. They didn’t show that. They just showed us attacking her, but they didn’t show why we were attacking her: because she was running her mouth and bringing up our personal lives. I think she got off easy because people actually sympathized with her, and were upset with me and Heartbreaker being bitches to her. But we were just backing ourselves up.

You did tell her that she should be afraid to sleep at night.

[Laughs] I don’t even remember! I actually felt bad watching that episode. But then again, I don’t. I have to remember why I did what I did. I didn’t do it because I was bored, or because I wanted to pick on somebody. It wasn’t like that at all. We wouldn’t pick a new person each day to pick on. We had our reasons for doing what we did. I think we kept it the most real in the house, we had each others’ back. The whole Exotica thing where she said we were all butt naked in the tub with Ray; that never happened. It was like, “Come on you guys, keep it real!” And that’s why Exotica was the next person we picked on. Because she was running her mouth! She was saying all these lies about us, so of course we’re going to back ourselves up.

You knew Platinum before going on the show?

Yeah, that wasn’t a secret either. Ray knew that, the girls knew that. Plat and I were friends before the show. Everybody knew that.

Did you ever worry about what competing for a guy might do to your friendship?

No. I have so much love for Plat, and she and I got so much closer doing the show together. I wasn’t worried because I was there for Ray, and I really cared about him. And I really care for Plat, but we both knew why we were there. I wanted love, and I wanted it with Ray.

What did you think of her telling Brandy that Ray should choose Mz Berry over you?

I was kind of surprised, but that was her opinion. She thought that Ray and I only had physical attraction to each other. She didn’t see a mental connection, but she wasn’t there during our alone time. Mz Berry is obviously an emotional wreck and all over the place, so Platinum saw more of an emotional connection there. Just because I’m not being a psycho about it doesn’t mean that wasn’t there for Ray. But I play a fair game. If that’s what Plat’s true opinion was, if that’s what she saw, then that’s what she saw. But that’s not necessarily what it really was.

Any regrets?

No. No regrets. It’s life. I learned a lot on the show, I learned a lot about myself, I learned a lot about dealing with other people and certain situations. I’ve grown thicker skin, and I think to survive in this world you need to have thick skin. You realize who your real friends are. I don’t regret it at all, because it exposed so many things, like how mean people can be. And it’s just like, “Hey, this is the world. This is how it is. Get used to it.” I’ve gone through the worst embarrassment, and people being so mean and rude, and I’ve survived it. I came out a bigger and better person, I think.

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Viewers Choice Award 2009

Back in October I selected 30 VH1 Stars for the Viewers Choice Award, over 100 people have voted for their favorite VH1 stars, here are the results.

The 6 VH1 Stars with most votes are:

Hot Wings (Real Chance Of Love 2) 61.0%

Danger (For The Love Of Ray-J) 40.0%
Myammee ( I Love Money 2) 39.0%
Mamacita (Real Chance Of Love 2) 36.0%
It ( I Love Money 2) 31.0%
New York ( New York Goes To Work) 26.0%

Now the final 6 have been selected for viewers choice and now your job to vote for 3 of your favorites The one that has the most votes is the winner.

Vote Here

Friday, January 22, 2010

Megan's Bootcamp Training Day 1

Here is a video of Megan's bootcamp training. It's a 30 sec video of her doing jump rope.

Hope For Haiti: Please make a donation.

As you many know the Hope For Hati Telethon is now on is practically every channel. Please make a donation at

Frank The Entertainer & Tough Love 2 Episode Sneak Peeks


Hee are the upcoming episodes of Frank The Entertainer.. A Basement Affiar and Tough Love 2

Poll Results: Best Vh1 Asian Chick

Red Oyster Wins!

It was a very close race! But you guys voted for Red Osyster as the best VH1 Asian Chick. She beat out Cali and Smily, who also had a clos percentage than her. She won with 36% of your votes. She appeared on the 1st season of Flavo of love.

Comical VH1 Star Of 2009 : Winner is.... Ashley!

Ashley Wins!

Winner: You guys voted for Ashley as the best Comical VH1 Star of 2009 with 52.9%

Runner-Up: It's a three way tie between It, Bubbles & New York with 47.1%

Last Place: Garth from Megan Wants A Millionaire hasd no votes.

We only have 2 more categories left

Annie as Caroline?

MY BUTT OFFICIAL VID from caroline b on Vimeo.

On the show Annie told Frank that she does video art. Well here is what video art looks like. My butt song is now stuck in my head lol On the internet she is known as Caroline B.

Check out her wek website

VH1 Interview: Stephanie (Frank The Entertainer. A Basement Affiar)

Taken from Here the VH1 interview with Stephpanie Perry from Frank The Entertainer..  A Basement Affiar

I assume you’re dissatisfied by your portrayal on the show.


Tell me about it.

I was portrayed as a fame-seeker because I came on there being a model. The questions Frank asked me I could not answer, so I was also portrayed as not knowing anything about him, which was totally opposite. What VH1 didn’t show was when he did ask me what I knew, I told him everything I knew about him. And he was like, “Wow, OK.”

What did you know? Because you’d said on the show that you did do research.

I wanted to find out all of the information about Frank. I knew when he was born, his birthday, his hometown, his hobbies, what he liked to do. I knew he liked guitars, so I came up with this banging picture of me on the guitar. I was on my stuff.

Had you watched him on reality TV before, though?

Yeah, I did. He had a big personality, he was funny and fun. That’s why I wanted to get to know more about him, you know? Yeah.

Do you think Frank grilled you so much because he was afraid you were there for exposure?

Yeah, I think so. You know, on all reality shows, anytime you’re a model, it’s going to look that way. I just think I was targeted from jump. Just because I was being real and letting him know, “Hey, I model. Either you’re going to love it or you’re going to hate it. Either you’re going to bring me on the show or you’re not.” Before this show, nobody in this house stated that they were a model but me. Now that this show is out, everybody’s got YouTube videos, everybody’s got modeling pictures up. There’s all kinds of stuff telling the fans what their true motivations were. I was not the only model in the house. I got thrown under the bus for coming on and being real.

Did you expect that at all?

No! Oh my god, no! I’m thinking that I’m going to go on there and get one on one time to get to know more about him, like every other lady on the show, and it went totally opposite for me. Another person that threw me under the bus was that girl Renee. Renee was out there when I couldn’t answer the questions, but she wasn’t out there when I told him everything I knew about him. So she just needs to shut her mouth. She said a little slick comment about somebody trying to jump-start their career, and I hope she wasn’t talking about me because I’ve been in the game five years. She could Google me.

The exposure is a good thing, right? It’s like two birds with one stone: you look for love and you get exposure.

Yeah. Because as a model, I imagine getting your face out there more could help you.
Like I keep telling everybody, I was a model for five years before I came on this show. My face is on products. My face is on a national hair magazine every single month. So it wasn’t so much of me coming on there for exposure, I really wanted to come on there to get to know Frank.

He said he had no connection with you. Did you buy that?

Not at all. Ninety percent of what happened in that house was not shown on TV. We had some great moments. When we took pictures, Frank gave me a great big hug, picked me up and everything. And I’m like, “Wow, OK.” There’s also a video of just me and Frank for like four minutes going back and forth. I’m holding his hand. So I think there was a little something there.

Was it insulting as a model to be kicked off so early?

It wasn’t so much insulting to me, it was more so…Frank was like, “Stephanie, you’re so beautiful, but you’re going home”. It taught me so much. It taught me that, hey, sometimes beautiful is not going to get you that far. It taught me that you have to expect the unexpected.

Do you regret not extending your research to watching those episodes that he was quizzing you about?

I don’t regret it, because after it was asked, if I were to really really sit down and think about it, I probably would have known why he got eliminated off of I Love New York and I Love Money. I watched the shows, but like I said, it was so unexpected for those questions to come at me that I kind of choked up. But everybody knows that New York said he was a loser when she eliminated him. I Love Money is kind of easy too. If a member voted you off, you gotta go home. And I think that’s what happened to him.

Frank’s elimination was actually one of the few times that didn’t happen. It was a stripper-pole challenge, and whoever held onto the pole the least amount of time and fell into the water got eliminated. And that was him. At least, that’s how he left in the first season.

See, I wouldn’t have been able to tell him that at all.

To me, though, it seemed like you were set up to fail, because if you answered correctly, he could say, “Well, are you obsessed with me on TV? Are you just into the Entertainer?”

Exactly! I knew they were going to get me. If I could answer those questions, I knew I was going to be portrayed as a stalker on TV. I was being honest, though, when I said, “No, I do not know.”
Are you angry about how it all went down? Do you resent Frank?
Let me tell you, I was very angry. That’s why I say that 90 percent of what went down in the house wasn’t shown. My final interview, I went off. I was pissed off because of how everything played out. I put my hard work into everything. My one-on-one present that I made for him was very creative. I know he would have loved it. My shirt, I took my time to make it and think outside the box to do it for him. And everything backfired for me and got thrown in my face.

I'll be be doing an interview with Stephanie soon, so stay tune for that.

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Tammy talks about her elimination and her time on the show

Here is a video of Tammy from Frank The Entertainer.. a Basement Affiar. She talks about her time on the show and her elimination. She explains the reason why she could not speak right when she was on that cucake date She says is because she was attracted to Frank. Her attraction to him, made her nervous.

Flavor Flav involved in car crash

Hip-hop star Flavor Flav has reportedly been involved in a car crash in Las Vegas.

The Public Enemy star, real name William Jonathan Drayton Jr, collided with another car in the city on January 20, TMZ reports.

The 50-year-old allegedly suffered no major injuries and accompanied his car when it was removed from the scene by a tow-truck.

Public Enemy released their tenth studio album How You Sell Soul to a Soulless People Who Sold Their Soul??? in August 2007.

Pics of Bad Girls Club Season 4 Reunion

Taken from here are two pics of the upcoming reunion show of the 4th season of the Bad Girls club.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

VH1access Interview: Jaron Alexander

Jaron Alexander's goal is to become a reality star. He has met VH1 stars Risky and Chance. Jaron tried out for MTV's Battle Of The Sweet Sixteens. He has also done another pilot for an MTV show.

Here is my interview with hime below.

Vh1access: Why do you call yourself Celebrity502?

Jaron: Well i call myself Celebrity but i put the 502 because that's where I'm from Louisville Ky, the 502.

Vh1access: You have met Chance and his brother Micha. How were they like?

Jaron: Yes Ive met them they are both really cool Real wasn't there (he was but i didn't get to meet him) but over all they Chance is crazy and silly like he was on the show.. People say that they act that way just for TV but he is really that way in person he is shorter then i thought lol but over all her was cool.

Vh1access: You've also met Risky, how was she like?

Jaron: Risky is such a Nice,Kind,Sweet and a Respectful person when she came to host my Super 16 Birthday Bash back in March 2009 i was like she is so beautiful i can not believe my eyes everybody loved her at the party we even walked in together and everybody was screaming are names it was a night that i could never forget.

Vh1access: Why do you want to become a reality TV star?

Jaron: Well i have that reality TV attuide and if i was on a show i would make it very far because i know what I'm doing. People go onto these shows and know that they are going to twist things around and then when they get the boot they get all mad.

Vh1access: Have you tried out for any reality shows in the past?

Jaron : Yes, Ive tried out for MTV's Battle Of The Sweet Sixteens but my party did not get picked up because there wasn't anybody in my area to compete with but o well i didn't get it but my party was still the best lol. Ive also did a pilot for another MTV Show its still kind of in the works so i cant say to much abut that.

Vh1access: If you had the oppurtunity, which shows would you want to be on?

Jaron: I would love to be on The Real World, an Of Love show, I Love Money Something like that.

Vh1access: Is there any other goals do you want to achive besides becoming a reality TV star?

Jaron: Yes, I would love to become a Elementary School Teacher and an Actor.

Vh1access: So you have met Chance and Risky, are you a big VH1 fan?

Jaron: Yes, I love VH1 i never miss an episode of any of there shows. I was at work one time and i was post to get off at like 10pm and the I Love Money season finale was coming on so i asked to leave work early so i could get home in time to watch it. That's crazy hunh? lol

Vh1access: Do you want to give a shout out to anyone?

Jaron: First and for most i want to thank God cause if it wasn't for him i wouldn't be who i am today. I want to thank my Family and Friends for supporting me in the things i do. to my Haters i didn't for get about y'all I'm going to keep on doing my thing and i am just going to let y'all watch me shine.

Contact Jaron at: search Jaron Alexander

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