But then I stopped halfway through because it’s just not the same without broke-ass Sheree on there striving for relevance. I finally finished though and there’s a new heaux on the block I can direct all my vitriol towards:
I’ve been a Nicole stan for over a decade now, but even I had to stop and say “hollup…VH1 is making Behind the Musics for people who don’t really make any music?” She has yet to score an actual hit outside of a girl group and both of her (prefabricated) girl groups fell apart because can’t nobody work with the girl.
So, this is the song they play at the end of every Top Model episode.
I was watching the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders reality show on CMT (because I watch it, every single episode, SorryNotSorry) and I heard it during Season 5 Episode 3. I was like “lemme just find out what this is.”
So now I know.
It sounds like there should be some Christian Rock lyrics on this. Somethin about raised hands and open hearts or something…
Dudes just STAY dropping her like a sack of potatoes on VH1.
LOL @ this picture, looking like her spring profile pic in the New Mt. Canaan AME Baptist Church community directory.
No but really…
Maybe she would have better luck on MTV. Or The Bachelor. Or The Bachelorette! I would love to see Shay destroy all of those boring-ass dudes they cast on that show. Or maybe they’d finally get more brown people on it, seeing as how there hasn’t been a non-white Bachelor or Bachelorette in twenty-four whole seasons of that dry-ass little show.
But I digress.
Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta has officially wrapped, and I just need to get the rest of my feelings out about these trainwrecks.
Even then, I thought he was real extra regular. I’ve never seen the show or anything, but I’ve seen enough commercials to know that ABC has really stepped up their game with the eye-candy for that show. Time has not been awesome for Mr. Firestone.