Jim Jones and Chrissy Lampkin have been dating for over 11 years, and though we saw the couple finally get engaged while on the inaugural season of Love & Hip-Hop a few years back, they still have yet to walk down the aisle. In a new show on weTV, the pair will attempt to put together a wedding and finally tie the knot, but of course there will be plenty of obstacles along the way. I mean, it’s reality television after all! Jim & Chrissy: Vow or Never premieres on September 1 at 10pm EST. Check out the trailer below!
Oh man…not again… Comedian Aziz Ansari was just on Jimmy Fallon and he had a few jokes up his sleeve, one including comparing Donald Trump’s feud with the Khan family to Drake and Meek Mill! He also threw in a cold Tupac line.
Well that’s a new one…lol Jonah Hill reveals to Jimmy Fallon that when he went to Channing Tatum for advice on losing weight and getting in shape, Tatum referred Jonah to a nutrionist – who then had him email him a food journal of what he eats daily. The email never made it to the doc.
Last summer, rumors circulated that Will and Jada Smith’s Overbrook Entertainment production company was in the early stages of developing a show based on Will’s iconic 90s sitcom, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. With 90s nostalgia all the rage right now, it seemed perfect, but sadly, it’s simply not true.
Margot Robbie, looking as fine as ever, stops by Jimmy Fallon and plays one of the games on his show. Funny stuff, they might make you want to try this with your friends… minus the awkward hand touching.
The new Netflix series Luke Cage, based on a Marvel superhero, gets some hip hop love in it’s episode titles. Check out what other hip hop references, besides the Gang Starr shoutout, that this show has in store.
Though it only lasted two seasons when MTV2 did a hip-hop based spinoff of the classic game show, Hollywood Squares, in 2012, Viacom is trying again. This time, however, it will be a different network and a different production crew.
Nas has been hard at work on executive producing the new Netflix 70s hip-hop series “The Get Down”. He was also given a tremendous responsibility for writing all of the shows songs, from all different perspectives in a style that’s not his. But you know one of the GOAT’s made it happen and he details the grind below.
Fans of the hilarious Carpool Karaoke segment on The Late Late Show With James Corden will soon be getting a special treat! Apple Music has decided to turn the segment into its own series, though Corden will reportedly not be the host.