Love & Hip Hop is taking over a new city!
Trick Daddy recently told Bossip that the popular reality TV franchise is expanding to the 305! The 42-year-old explained that Love & Hip Hop Miami is DEFINITELY happening!!
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He opened up about a discussion he had with Mona Scott-Young, whose entertainment company is in charge of VH1's popular program, saying:
"I just met with Mona last week and we're trying to do this thing right. Put some real Miami b*tches and real Miami [n-words] on the show."
The rapper, whose real name is Maurice Young, revealed that the new series will start filming soon — either at the end of April or early next month — and that his scenes will follow as he manages up-and-comers Premadonna and Mike Smith!
But he didn't give too much away, adding:
They sure do manage to get a big name at least once per season!
Tara Reid may be known for her partying days more than she is for her semi-steady career as an actress, but what she's really remembered for is her 2005 TV show Taradise…
At least, that's what Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars must be thinking since they just announced the 40-year-old and her boyfriend Dean May will be part of the cast this year!
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While we wouldn't quite call Tara a reality star — she was eliminated third on Celebrity Big Brother 8 — we're more than happy to welcome her into the world because she's practically guaranteed to be good TV!
Tara and Dean will be joined by America's Next Top Model's Lisa D'Amato and her husband Adam Friedman, Bachelor in Paradise's Michelle Money and Cody Sattler, Toya Family Affair's Toya Wright and Memphtiz, and Basketball Wives LA's Brittish Williams and Lorenzo Gordon.
This is going to be an absolute trainwreck… and we CANNOT wait!
Ch-ch-check out a sneak peek of MBC:RS5 ahead of its premiere this June on WEtv (below)!!!
What a touching tribute.
Mob Wives aired its final episode ever on Wednesday night, and we were delighted to see that VH1 dedicated the reunion special to Big Ang.
Angela Raiola was the breakout star of the drama-heavy docu-series and actually taped The Final Sitdown just two weeks before her tragic death back in February.
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In addition to the 55-year-old's positive presence in the episode, the rest of the retrospective hour featured never-before-seen scenes of the cast AND one last cat fight between Drita D'Avanzo and Karen Gravano. (Because it is still Mob Wives. #TeamDrita!)
Rest in peace, Big Ang.
Ch-ch-check out Angela's final reality TV appearance (below)!!!
Big Ang's husband Neil Murphy doesn't want you to believe everything you've heard!
On Wednesday, the late Mob Wives star's man opened up about what his relationship was REALLY like with the VH1 celeb towards the end. Whoa!
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In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Neil explained:
"I was there at the end. I never left her side. I went to every procedure — even though she didn't want me, I went. I was there at the hospital for the last two days with her. I mean, to me, we weren't 'estranged.'"
In case you forgot, Ang (real name Angela Raiola) shared to Dr. Oz prior to her February 18 passing that she had separated from Murphy after six years together. Still, Neil vehemently states that he never left his wife's side.
The show must go on.
As you probably know, despite everyone's best wishes Big Ang succumbed to her Stage 4 lung and brain cancer last week and has already been laid to rest.
The Mob Wives star was surrounded by family when she passed and even had all of her costars at her funeral, but that doesn't mean everyone is quite ready to say goodbye.
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In fact, OG mob wife Drita D'Avanzo is still mourning Angela's death and can't bring herself to finish out the sixth season of the show just yet.
The VH1 star took to Twitter on Wednesday to let fans know that she'd be skipping the night's episode in honor of her friend, saying:
One day you're in, and the next day… you're still in?
We were surprised — but not too saddened — when we originally found out that America's Next Top Model had been cancelled by The CW after 22 cycles.
The modeling competition suffered a serious drop in quality once it introduced public voting in Season 19, so we felt as though leaving on a high note with Nyle DiMarco as the final winner was a good end for the iconic reality TV show.
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Well… it seems as though we were wrong, because despite abysmal ratings, VH1 has decided to give ANTM a second chance at life by snatching it up from the CW's trash with a 14-episode pickup.
Tyra Banks confirmed the news in a statement on Tuesday, saying: