What ever happened to celebrities being just like us? Not that I ever thought that Kanye West thought that applied to Kanye West, but apparently not even the police will treat Kanye West like anybody else in trouble with the law.
Most people and celebrities spend hours picking up trash or working at homeless shelters to serve their community service hours. But not Yeezus. He somehow managed to sweet talk his way into a plush teaching gig at a fashion school to serve his community service stemming from assault charges last year.
On last night's Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, I truly started to wonder just how orchestrated this craziness is. Based on the preview I was wondering if cameras were actually around when Benzino got shot on the way to his mom's funeral. At this point, nothing would surprise. I feel like the scene with Stevie J. telling Joseline Hernandez about the entire situation was filmed so long after the fact. I just can't handle the scriptedness!
Anyhoo, the episode begins with Althea, or Ho-thea as Joseline has coined her, in the studio, and the Puerto Rican princess heads to the studio to see if she's the real deal. Althea brags that it only took her one night to record her latest single and she suggests that she and Joseline should cut a track together. Please! Joseline only sings ho-lo, I mean solo. She isn't impressed with Althea, and Joseline is throwing a ton of shade regarding Althea sleeping with the entire cast. She hopes that Althea isn't playing Benzino. He's finally found the love of his life, or at least the love of this season.
Last night’s episode starts with Kris stepping in dog sh*t, and with that intro I knew tonight’s episode would be a good one. Apparently Kendall has left her dog at home with Kris while her modeling career has taken off. Unfortunately for Kris, Blue is not house trained just yet and she has left her a special present. Kris screams bloody murder and Kim runs to her aid. Kim chastises her mother for being so loud when baby North is asleep and the two proceed to bicker about who should be cleaning the mess up. I’m sorry but as if these two princesses don’t have a team of cleaners at their beck and call. #NiceTryLadies
Me-ow! NeNe Leakes gave an exclusive sneak peek at the dress rehearsal of her new gig – starring in Zumanity, The Sensual Side of Cirque Du Soleil at the New York New York otel in Las Vegas.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star announced earlier this year that she had landed a guest starring role in the show. “I am so excited to be starring in Zumanity. The show is absolutely fabulous and the cast members are so talented! I can’t wait to be in the sexiest show on The Strip and perform on a Cirque du Soleil stage!”
Later she shared some pics from a photoshoot for the show, but this costume (all created by Gilbert Chagoury, of Chagoury Couture) is a far cry from the earlier looks! NeNe looks great and she looks so happy, too! I can imagine her having a blast with this.
Her stint in the show kicks off officially on June 27th and only runs through July 1st.
As Shannon's marital problems escalate with David sending her an email stating his plans to move out, she confides in Tamra Barney, a veteran of divorce. Unfortunately Tamra is also a veteran of ruthless gossip and she shares Shannon's plight with Heather. And unfortunately Heather shares it with a lot of other people!
So what better way for Todd Tucker to let loose than with a Coming To America-themed bachelor party thrown by his Real Housewives of Atlanta costars, Peter Thomas, Apollo Nida along with his best man Chad. Although the party actually took place a couple of months ago, the episode which featured the party just aired last night. Todd sat down with Life & Style to break down the party.
Who wouldn't want to take parenting advice from Abby Lee Miller? The recently engagedDance Moms star is often revered for the wonderful way she treats the children in her studio. Oh, wait…well, regardless, Abby thinks she knows best, and now she's got a book coming out to prove it.
Harper Collins will be releasing Everything I Learned About Life, I Learned In Dance Class on July 15. Perfect beach read, right? Not so much! In the book, Abby explains her tough love mentality and shares her success stories. You won't be surprised to learn that her eleven-year-old protege Maddie Ziegler penned the book's forward.