Relive the biggest night in VMA history with this 2018 VMA playlist! Emerging artists you should get to know. MTV and all related titles and logos are trademarks of Viacom International Inc. Hip Hop Awards showcases the franchise’s best moments, memories and madness, while The Love Edition breaks down the most passionate couples and dramatic relationships. Now that Ryan has control of the shop’s lease, the real work of reuniting the 9MAG family after their ugly split begins. Is Charmaine ready to let go of Loyal Ink? And can the original crew get along with Ryan’s new artists? This docuseries follows their journeys as they set out to live legit lives and make names for themselves outside of the drug world.
Hip Hop New York chronicles the lives and relationships of those involved in New York hip hop music. Hip Hop Atlanta follows the lives of Atlanta’s hip-hop elite as they juggle both their professional and personal lives. Hip-Hop Hollywood follows newcomers and returning series veterans striving to claim their place as Hollywood’s elite. Snoop’s joint dinner party, so pull up a chair at the hottest table in town! The competition will be as fierce as the runway, as judges Michelle Visage, Ross Matthews and Carson Kressley return to the Emmy Award-winning franchise. Tiny are joined by their large blended family and an impressive roster of famous friends as they navigate the highs and lows of life and always keep family first. VH1 and all related titles and logos are trademarks of Viacom International Inc. You are now on the desktop site. Who Will Perform At The 2019 Grammy Awards?
Know the lyrics to any of these songs? If so – or if you notice any other song that’s missing – be the first to submit them! Ryan Gosling Interview CRAZY, STUPID, LOVE. Earlier this month I got to head up to New York to do the press junket for the upcoming romantic comedy Crazy, Stupid, Love. The film follows three different romantic relationships and how they intersect with one another. During the roundtable interview with Gosling, we asked him about making the shift to comedy, his upcoming projects Logan’s Run and The Place Beyond the Pines, his four-legged soulmate, and much more. Hit the jump to check out the interview.
Is it possible for an alpha male to find one soulmate? RYAN GOSLING: Those are two things I know nothing about. It’s all downhill from here, I promise. I’ve been getting the soulmate question a lot lately, I don’t really know. Eleven years, that’s the longest relationship I’ve ever had. They were telling us you play in a band and really know how to make those drinks. How do you go about studying for a role? GOSLING: I don’t really know what they’re talking about. So you don’t make drinks or play in a band? GOSLING: I do play in a band, but so do a lot of people.
I made some drinks, but I learned how to make those drinks ’cause they asked me to. They said I had to make drinks in this movie. They do original cocktails, and he showed me how to make a few drinks. So the bottom line is you did some research to make your character real? We were surprised to see you doing comedy. He told us how you slapped him hard. GOSLING: You gotta slap him the next time you see him. Doing a character like this that’s a little more out there, not as subdued as you normally are? GOSLING: You saying I’m not funny?