Watch What Chilli Wants Season 2 Finale Tonight On Vh1
MrsGrapevine.com had the pleasure of speaking with Chilli from the Vh1 series, What Chilli Wants. I must say she is a really down to earth person and I enjoyed every bit of our conversation. We talked about the rumors circulating the internet that Chilli was “booed” up with Soulja Boy. We talked about closing the chapter on the Usher and Chilli fantasy, plus everything regarding the show including, Chilli’s relationship with Floyd Mayweather, Bill and Farmer D from season one, and the lack of black men this season.Those aspects of her life that’s not on or related to the show, we decided to keep them private.
Chilli and I were talking about not limiting ourselves as black women to a particular race, when our conversation veered a little off topic. It’s nice to know that she has a sense of humor, and I can’t wait for you to hear her answers to some important questions. Check out an excerpt from our phone call below, and I’ll post the full interview tomorrow after the season finale airs tonight.
For a sneak peek of tonight’s episode continue reading….
Thanks to everyone who participated and shared their hair experience. The winner is Mimi the Snapdiva. It was hard to pick just one person, and so I had to find an unbiased judge because there was three way tie. Thank you everyone!
Sesame Street’s I Love My Hair video went viral with 1.7 million hits on YouTube. The video really struck an accord with many black women and their daughters. Well, I have some awesome news!
Mighty Fine has teamed up with Sesame Street for a new I Love My Hair t-shirt line for children and adults. This is probably going to be one of the best gifting ideas for an expecting mother, a friend, a niece, or a daughter this season. I’m so excited about this product that one lucky winner who tells me about their hair experience growing up will receive ONE FREE T-SHIRT as a gift from me.
BTW, it shouldn’t be too hard to win, it’s not like we have hundreds of comments. You can pick out your T-shirt by clicking here. Check out more pics of the T-shirts when you continue reading…
I am at the point that everything that causes media buzz amongst celebrities is planned and calculated. Calculated or not, watching Rihanna and Ciara fight on twitter is entertaining to a degree. In this exchange I can see Rihanna is emotional first and reasonable second, a lot like myself, however Rihanna and her minions went for the jugular when they talked about Ciara not being able to book a stage. Ouch!
Anyway, this cat fight ended just as fast as it begun with Rihanna doing a 180 and apologizing for hurting Ciara’s feelings in public. It must be a full moon or something. This could have been handled off the main line, but then it wouldn’t have been on all the blogs or in MSM.
Mainstream Media (MSM) is gearing up for the Oscars, but here at MrGrapevine.com we are excited about BET’s 7th Annual RIP THE RUNWAY this Saturday, February 26th in the NYC, featuring hosts Selita Ebanks and Mehcad Brooks. Last night Kevin Liles sponsored a special soiree to kick-off RIP THE RUNWAY and to celebrate the birthday girl/host Selita Ebanks.
This year’s Rip The Runway will feature designers Rachel Roy, Tennille White, LaQuan Smith, Man vs. Machine, Lila Nikole, and Haitian designer WISB “Way It Should Be” Apparel. The show would not be complete without a soundtrack, performances include Keri Hilson, Fabolous, Lloyd, Melanie Fiona, Miguel, New Boyz, and Wiz Khalifa.
Here are few pics directly from the event for MrsGrapevine.com readers. Enjoy!
Check out more pics of the soiree held last night at the Realm Boutique, an exclusive fashion boutique in Soho, and find out more about this year’s RTR which will air on BET March 21st at 9 PM ET…
Who knew Rudy would grow up to be so hot? Keisha Knight Pulliam does a beautiful spread for Rollling Out Magazine. I hope to see her in more acting roles because she is just one talented sister, who we need to see more of.
During the interview with Rolling Out, Keisha Knight Pulliam talks about there being a “lack” of black men for black women to date. Check out her take on the issue: