Cher responds to a "RuPaul's Drag Race" fan on social media, instantly sending Twitter into a frenzy with theories about who her favorite contestant is.
On the season premiere of "RuPaul's Drag Race," Christina Aguilera surprised everyone as she posed as a former contestant.
There was a heated argument over the topic of gender inequality on "ANTM," when one self-proclaimed pro-Trump contestant stated that she isn't down with feminism.
On Part 2 of the "Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood" reunion, fists were thrown and blood was shed between Misster Ray and Zell Swag.
On Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party, guest Jamie Foxx came to celebrate Snoop Dogg's birthday with a little bit of Martha Stewart's white sangria and a whole lot of helium.
"America’s Next Top Model" premiered on Monday with a new host, new judges, and a new attitude. Tyra Banks left after 22 seasons and handed the runway reigns to British actress, singer, and model Rita Ora.
The second season of "RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars" kicked off Thursday night with drag queens from previous seasons returning for another shot at glory.
We were honored to have Ms. Gladys Knight, aka The Empress of Soul, take over our Instagram account Tuesday. During a day of promoting her new dance single “Just a Little” in New York, the new ambassador for VH1’s Save the Music Foundation visited VH1, WBLS, and the Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School. See how the day unfolded
VH1’s Hindsight was one of the year’s most pleasant surprises — an appealing time-travel dramedy that’s both a ‘90s nostalgia trip and an intriguing meditation on the road not taken — and fans were thrilled when it got renewed for a second season back in March. After we drowned our sorrows in a case of Zima, we got on the phone with Hindsight creator Emily Fox to find out what the hell happened, and what the chances are that another network might pick up the show. I couldn’t speak to what’s going on quote-unquote “at Viacom” — people keep talking about things going on at Viacom like they’re talking about the Death Star — I imagine everyone’s under fire to bolster the financials in their particular section. I think VH1 was taking a big swing with us, and looking to move into a certain kind of scripted content, and we all had very high hopes.
VH1 Brings Back Celeb TV Dating With ‘She’s Got Game’ For those of you who long for the days of Flavor of Love and Rock of Love, rejoice, because VH1 premiered a new celebrity dating show,She’s Got Game. It stars rapper The Game and a group of women vying for his affection as they travel with the performer on tour. Monday night’s episode introduced the women, all chosen by friends of The Game. Some of ladies have even pulled ahead in the soundbite department describing themselves using gems like, “I’m still fresh meat that needs to be tenderized,” and “Sassy, classy, and a little bit of nasty.”