MTV’s ‘America’s Best Dance Crew’ Crowns Its First All-Female Crew Champions – We Are Heroes

On Sunday, September 27, 2009,  history was made on MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew (ABDC). Season Four contenders We Are Heroes defeated AfroBorike to become the first all-female crew to win the $100,000 grand prize and the title of America’s Best Dance Crew. Dreams do come true — mine, and of course, theirs. A few … More MTV’s ‘America’s Best Dance Crew’ Crowns Its First All-Female Crew Champions – We Are Heroes

Will We Are Heroes Become She-Roes and Win Season 4 of MTV’s ‘America’s Best Dance Crew’?

Yes, I play favorites. Shocking? Shouldn’t be. For the record, I want an all-female crew to win the big money, $100,000 in cold hard cash to be exact, the title of America’s Best Dance Crew and to receive well deserved respect and admiration as well as the all-important opportunities that extend beyond the money and … More Will We Are Heroes Become She-Roes and Win Season 4 of MTV’s ‘America’s Best Dance Crew’?

When Too Many Becomes Too Much: Q&A with Professional Organizer Geralin Thomas of A&E’s ‘Hoarders’

Look around your home. If you can’t see the floor from the piles of stuff that rest there or if every possible inch of space seems to be occupied by some object that you just can’t live without no matter how trivial and regardless of the state of disrepair, you might be a hoarder — … More When Too Many Becomes Too Much: Q&A with Professional Organizer Geralin Thomas of A&E’s ‘Hoarders’

Melody Angel of MTV’s ‘StarMaker’ Brings Her Folk-Rock-Soul Fusion from the Sidewalks to the Stage

What would you do to be heard?  Shout at the top of your lungs in the middle of a crowded, noisy room? Would you stand on a busy city sidewalk, guitar in hand, bucket out for donations, a stack of your CDs for sale, singing and playing for anyone who will listen? Singing on a … More Melody Angel of MTV’s ‘StarMaker’ Brings Her Folk-Rock-Soul Fusion from the Sidewalks to the Stage

Can Hip Hop and Country Share the Same Stage?: Liz Davis of MTV’s ‘StarMaker’ Thinks So (UPDATE)

When country meets hip hop, sparks can fly as demonstrated by Kanye West’s mic snatching, spotlight grabbing theatrics during the 2009 MTV’s Video Music Awards during teen country singer Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech for Best Female Video. Although I’ve only seen her on television and spoken to her once, I can’t imagine Kanye taking the … More Can Hip Hop and Country Share the Same Stage?: Liz Davis of MTV’s ‘StarMaker’ Thinks So (UPDATE)

Yes, It’s Miss Jaila to You: Jaila Simms of MTV’s ‘Making His Band’ (UPDATE)

I love me some Miss Jaila. Yes, I do. She’s has a voice as big as Texas and just loves the kids. Recently, a member of my Twitterfam (who’s is that close to being taken of the list) made a snide remark about never having heard of Miss Jaila. I was about to go the … More Yes, It’s Miss Jaila to You: Jaila Simms of MTV’s ‘Making His Band’ (UPDATE)

Because We Are All in This Together: MTV’s ‘The Hills’ and ‘The City’ Return on September 29

Some things in life are beyond comprehension. Like, for example, the appeal of the two most unreal (in so many glorious ways) reality television shows, MTV’s The Hills and its unholy spawn, The City. Look, I know some of you out there live for the adventures of The Hills‘ dynamic duo of Spencer Pratt and … More Because We Are All in This Together: MTV’s ‘The Hills’ and ‘The City’ Return on September 29