VH1 is definitely keeping the Urban reality show on lock and, as recently revealed, rapper The Game is the next in line to get the reality treatment. Indeed, the ‘How We Do’ hitmaker will have cameras follow him and family as he prepares for a wedding to his longtime girlfriend on the show ‘Marrying The Game’.
As the pressures of creating/releasing a new album also come into play, we’re sure there will be much drama to behold. Until the show’s official premiere Monday (November 19th), get into the super trailer and sneak peek of episode 1 below (*may not be viewable in all countries*):
Indeed, the present-day Queen of dancefloors Ciara got a royal treat when she debuted her latest single ‘Got Me Good’ to her grandmother Gladys. Needless to say, the result a glimpse at where Miss Cici gets her moves from.
If ever proof was needed that ‘age ain’t nothin but a number’, you can see it above. Go ‘head on granny!
‘Moment 4 Life’ maestra Nicki Minaj is seizing every moment to promote her forthcoming effort ‘Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded:The Re-Up”, as evidenced by her highly anticipated, 3-part E! reality show special ‘My Truth’.
Seeing its it’s second episode (part 2) debut tonight, the rapstress leaves no stone unturned – going head to head with fellow American Idol judge Mariah Carey.
This one is definitely one for the Barbs. See it all above:
As previously reported, ‘A Woman’s Worth’ wailer Alicia Keys will gift fans with an hour’s worth of stories about her illustrious decade-long career on the next episode of VH1’s “StoryTellers”.
Featuring live showings of some of favorites, the singer will also unveil some new tunes from her forthcoming ‘Girl On Fire’ album. We’ve already shown you her scorching performance of that album’s title track/lead single, now see a few more gems from the show below…
Barbara Walters, outspoken journalist and host of ABC‘s hit morning talk show ‘The View’, gave her view on Donald Trump‘s recent proposal to President Barack Obama to reveal documents to verify his identity.
The request comes as another blow in a longstanding rivalry between Trump and Obama, one that Walters has seemingly grown weary of as evidenced by her plea to the ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ host on ‘The View’ this morning. See it below…
In a fresh bid to sully President Obama’s public image, ‘The Apprentice’ front man Donald Trump made headlines recently when he revealed he would donate $5 million to a charity of Obama’s choice, in exchange for his passport and proof of his time at college.
Hinting, that the President has been anything but transparent with the public with regards to his past.
Last night, in an interview with Jay Leno, Obama mocked these claims, boldly addressing Trump’s controversial attack.
‘As Long As You Love Me’ maestro Justin Bieber is joining a long list of pop stars added to the resume of ‘Oprah’s Next Chapter’. Indeed, the talk queen has tapped the pop prince for an in depth interview – set to include behind the scenes looks at his current ‘Believe’ World Tour.
Set for air on Nov. 25 on Winfrey’s ‘OWN’ network, the news follows reports that Bieber has hit the 3 billion mark in video views on Youtube – a feat no other artist can claim.
Gospel divas Mary Mary are back for season two of their WE tv hit…‘Mary Mary’.
Set to hit the small screen on December 6th at 10PM EST, the show will air thereafter at 10PM every Thursday on WE tv.
We already know we’ll be watching, but be sure to check out the official season two trailer above and synopsis below…
‘Mary Mary’ Season 2
This season, the sisters are experiencing the busiest time of their careers. They are promoting their new album “Go Get It,” and capping their tour dates by receiving a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Essence Music Festival. The sisters have also enlisted Laurieann Gibson as creative director to help bring their live show to the next level! And while touring keeps them busy on the road, Erica and Tina are even busier being moms, sisters and wives who strive to keep happy homes. Even with her fifth child on the way, Tina is determined to fulfill all her work obligations until she gives birth.
With Tina at home with her newborn, Erica strikes out solo as a judge and headline performer at Verizon’s “How Sweet The Sound” concert. When the pressures of balancing work and home life become insurmountable, will one sister have to make a difficult decision that jeopardizes the future of Mary Mary?