After a season full of drama, beefing and wedding proposals (well really only one proposal, but still…) VH1′s Love & Hip Hop will be returning for yet another season! On Monday evening, the Love & Hip Hop cast members (Emily, Chrissy, Olivia and Somaya) reunited for the season’s reunion episode. Chrissy and Somaya somewhat understood where each person was coming from, Olivia and Somaya of course, have yet to squash their beef. Olivia’s manager Rich Dollaz didn’t help their situation much either. Emily B discussed her existing or non-existing relationship with rapper Fabolous. When asked if she has moved on, she remarked:
“I’m not going to continue to acknowledge someone who is not acknowledging me.”
…Glad she’s being more realistic about her situation. Word on the curb is that Season 2 will be back later this year and each episode will be an hour long. However, Emily B is still debating on whether she’ll be returning. You can check out the finale episode below as well as what happened when Jim Jones’ mother joins them in the reunion episode…
Jamie Foxx To Help Revive Showtime at The Apollo
According to Deadline.com, Jamie Foxx is teaming up with Showtime at the Apollo executive producer, Don Weiner to bring the popular singing competition show back to life:
Long-running syndication variety show Showtime At the Apollo is staging a comeback, this time on BET. The cable network is finalizing a deal for a pilot order to a Showtime at the Apollo revival executive produced by Jamie Foxx and the the show’s original executive producer/director Don Weiner. If picked up to series, Showtime is expected to air as a primetime series on the cable network.
That wouldn’t be a bad look. Haven’t seen this show in a minute…
Cee-Lo Green Stops By Jimmy Fallon
Cee Lo Green stopped by the Late Night With Jimmy Fallon on Monday evening and talked about his hit song, “F**k You”, what inspired his randomly eclectic costume performance at the Grammys and what next on the NBC show The Voice:
“I was inspired by a 1977 performance by Elton John on The Muppet Show doing Crocodile Rock. It came to mind and we were going through a few different suggestions about what the performance could be like. I didn’t like what they wanted me do so I thought that was crazy.”
Cee Lo will be joined tonight by singer Monica and will have his team members go head to head for a chance to be a finalist of the singing competition.
The Voice airs tonight at 10/9pm CST on NBC.