Stylist-to-the-stars June Ambrose debuts her new reality show, “Styled By June,” on VH1 on March 19, and she seems considerably less awful than Rachel Zoe. In the past, she’s styled muckety-mucks like Jay-Z, but I’m not sure why we’re supposed to care about her “star clients” Mischa Barton, Da Brat, Shanna Moakler, and Jaleel White (aka Urkel). Rachel Zoe had A-listers like Anne Hathaway and Demi Moore on her show, just saying. But at least, unlike Rachel, who just hammers that boho-chic thing over and over and over again, June Ambrose is super-quirky. She wears both a bowler hat and a top hat in this one trailer.
It’s probably basically the same show, though. Whatever, I’ll watch this. [Essence]
Bristol Palin will not go gently into that good night: the country’s most famous teenage mom will be starring on a Lifetime reality show set to air later this year. “Life’s A Tripp” — as in Tripp, her toddler son with baby daddy Levi Johnston — is not the same reality show for the BIO network that Bristol filmed in Los Angeles during 2011 with her “Dancing With The Stars” co-star, Kyle Massey. That show, according to a BIO press release, would have “follow[ed] Bristol Palin’s move from Alaska to Los Angeles with her son, Tripp, to work at a small charity in need while living with her good friends Chris and Kyle Massey.” Lifetime’s 10-episode “Life’s A Tripp” stars Bristol in Alaska and will focus on her life, her siblings and (duh) her famous mama. Keep reading »
I’m not saying Rihanna’s got bad style, but she’s certainly had her fair share of total, uh, fashion mistakes. So it’s interesting that she’s decided to enter the realm of reality fashion television with a new British design competition show. Then again, the new, as-yet-unnamed show is focused on creating outlandish and extreme outfits for pop stars and celebrities. And considering how much Rihanna likes touching her crotch, and wearing practically nothing (or skimpy outfits seemingly made of fake nails and Chicklets), she probably knows a thing or two about designing wild clothes.
Sadly, Rihanna won’t be hosting the show, but she is set to play a heavy role in casting and producing, and will make several appearances throughout the season. Brit singer Nicola Roberts of the band Girls Aloud is set to host. And the contest winner? Well, they get to design an outfit for Ms. Rihanna herself to wear during a Hyde Park concert in London next summer. [NYMag.com]
For a mere 99 cents on iTunes, you can own “RHOA” star, Sheree Whitfield’s new single, “Who Gon Check Me Boo?” Or you can just listen to it right here because I’ve procured it for you.You can take a listen to her musical artistry after the jump. Keep reading »
Shannon June, mother of our newest “Toddlers & Tiaras” muse Alana, is speaking out about feeding her daughter “go-go juice” in last week’s episode. Was I the only one who snickered at the term? Last I heard, “go-go juice” was slang for, well, female juices shall we say. We know that’s not what she was drinking. “The go-go juice is just Mountain Dew and just a hint of Red Bull,” Alana’s mother explained. Sounds healthy! All judgey-ness aside, there are lots of terms on “Toddlers & Tiaras” that mean very different things in the real world. Click through to find out what the hell those pageant folks are talking about. [Inside Edition]