People Magazine | Actress Tami Roman and Reggie Youngblood Get New Spinoff Special Tami Ever After

Deadline recently announced that Actress, Comedian, Host, Social Influencer and TV personality, Tami Roman (MTV’s The Real World and VH1’s Basketball Wives LA), inked an overall deal to develop and produce alternative and scripted content with prolific producer, Mona Scott-Young and Monami Productions.

The first project from the powerhouse executive producing duo, Tami Ever After, debuts on VH1 Wednesday, June 19th and was just announced via People Magazine. The special highlights Roman’s relationship with longtime boyfriend, Reggie Youngblood and blends his hilarious and entertaining family from Houston, TX with Roman’s popular and charismatic daughters.

Additional series include ensemble cast docu-follows, “Queen City” and “Big Oil Houston” as well as several scripted and formatted projects. Roman and Scott-Young are focused on expanding their slate beyond unscripted and committed to bringing their productions to Houston where Roman and her family maintain a residence.

“You know, I have grown a lot over the years, and I want my presence on television to be positive and uplifting,” she added. “I want real women with families who have ups and downs to be able to relate to me and feel inspired and empowered knowing they can push through anything.” – Tami Roman

VH1 Black Ink Crew Chicago Reality Star Dani J Brings High Fashion to the City

On Aug. 26, 2018, VH1 Black Ink Crew Chicago Reality Star, Danielle Jamison or Dani J.  as many know her as, will be hosting her “Summers Not Over Yet” Fashion Show/Day Party. For the past three years, the “Styles By Dani J” brand showcases the clothing of Chicago’s top fashion designers. This year the production will not only be produced by Dani J. herself but alongside the “Summers Not Over Yet” Master of Ceremonies International Fashion Producer Blake Martin. The Event will take place at  5311 S. Lake Park Ave W. Chicago, IL 60615.

Dani J says “Chicago is so underrated when it comes to fashion so being able to bring different designers and boutiques together under one roof is what this brand is all about.”

This fashion show is like no other because each look is personally picked out and styled by Dani J. herself. Dani Created “styled by Dani J” not solely for her styling career or as a lifestyle blogger but as a means to create an up close and personal and visually appealing experience for Chicago unique and creative fashion.

Danielle “Dani J.” Jamison
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Who: Danielle “Dani J.” Jamison known as Danielle from Vh1 Black Ink Crew Chicago.

What: Dani J. fashion show is an event in which local Chicago designers are selected to showcase their clothes to the press in general public. It is unique to any other fashion show because each look is personally picked out and styled by Danielle. Hence the phrase “styled by Dani J”.

This went will take place at The Promontory in Chicago, on September 17, 2017.

Why: Dani Created “styled by Dani J” fashion shows as a means to create an in your face, and visually appealing experience. She already has a blog ( so for her, hosting fashion shows was the best way to bring her passion to life. Chicago is so underrated when it comes to fashion so to be able to bring different designers and boutiques together under one roof, every piece picked out by Dani, styled by Dani, is what the DaniJ brand is all about.

When: Summer Collection Fashion Show & Day Party will start at 6 P.M. on September 17, 2017 at The Promontory 5311 S Lake Park Ave Chicago, IL

America’s Next Top Model Season 23 Episode 10 Recap

On Wednesday night’s episode of America’s Next Top Model Season 23 the contestants participated (in both) a celebrity feminist initiative and emulated iconic women.

Model and Activist Amber Rose requested the girls to create a PSA for the “Slutwalk” Movement. Cast members where asked to develop a video that empowers women to have control over their sexuality.

In the second challenge, contestants emulated women that have influenced Pop Culture, Fashion, and Entertainment.  Cory Anne struggled to take on Beyonce’s persona and Paige was expected to become Brittany Spears.  The most difficult persona was Tatiana becoming Tyra Banks, founder of the show.


During elimination, the panelist expressed that several of the contestants were “too comfortable” and wasn’t pleased with the photo results.

Paige was eliminated from the contest and Rita Ora stated, “This is not the end of your career as a model.”  Watch the full episode here: Platform Power

America’s Next Top Model Season 23 Episode 9 Recap

America’s Next Top Model Season 23 changed from its normal weekly schedule, airing on Wednesday nights. The change gave viewers the opportunity to catch-up on the challenge and select their favorite contestant.

“The Comeback” episode started with a subtle twist.  Panelist arranged for eliminated contestants to return for a chance to win the competition.  The challenge included contestants learning a set of dance steps for a video with French Montana.

All of the contestants worked hard to master the moves resulting in Justine fainting.  She was rushed to the hospital.  Kyle also returned to the competition and served as a distraction to Marissa.

Unfortunately, Marissa did not successfully perform the dance steps or model the costume.

The episode concluded with Marissa being eliminated from the competition.  Tash returned due to the panelist believing she has what it takes to become a top model.


Chris Grant, Beyonce’s choreographer paid a visit to America’s Next Top Model Season 23 contestants.  He taught them how to dance and pose like a model.  The movements came easier to some of the cast members while others struggled.

Tatiana won the dance challenge and became the new face for an upcoming campaign with Juicy Sport.  To build upon what they learned, the contestants were asked to use the same moves in a Gypsy Sport fashion video.


Marissa was short-tempered with Stacy Mckenzie and not very receptive to her assistance.  Her attitude was a reflection of negative model behavior.  Courtney also had an allergic reaction to the lipstick used during the challenge.



Marissa was short-tempered with Stacy Mckenzie and not receptive to her assistance.  Her attitude was a reflection of negative model behavior.  Courtney also had an allergic reaction to the lipstick.

During elimination, the panelist gave Marissa harsh feedback, reminding her that, “you’re only as good as your last job”.

To conclude the episode, panelist eliminated Kyle from the competition.  Click here to view:  X Marks The Spot

America’s Next Top Model Season 23 Episode 6 Recap

“Out for The Count” was the title for Episode 6 of America’s Next Top Model.  This week, Ashley Graham stopped by the house to chat and share a healthy recipe.

The model challenge required all contestants to bring their photos to life on a trampoline.

Featured Photo from ANTM Instagram

During the challenge, Ashley stated the most important technique was to show muscle tone for future sports campaigns.

Paige was the challenge winner and asked Tatiana to accompany her for a deep tissue muscle massage.

The second photo challenge involved Supermodel, Chanel Iman.  She encouraged the contestants; shooting photos with them for a strong face.

Episode 6 concluded with panelist eliminating Krislian.  Rita Ora expressed her growth as a model.



  1. new and unusual or experimental ideas, especially in the arts, or the people introducing them.


This was the theme for Season 23, Ep 5 of America’s Next Top Model.  According to the show, “Law Roach drops in on the girls to discuss the importance of personal style. Celebrity designer Nicola Formichetti takes the models out of their comfort zones and into the world of avant-garde fashion.”

There was the usual drama between contestants from wardrobe critiquing to personality clashes. Kyle, Giah, and Krislian struggled during the competition; wearing an uncomfortable costume (platform heels.)

Photos are via IG @america_ntm

Giah was asked to leave the competition due to her photos.  Panelist encouraged her to continue pursuing her dreams!

America’s Next Top Model Season 23 – Episode 4 Recap

“Brand yourself and be self-made” was the most profound statement during last night’s episode of America’s Next Top Model.

Cast members were asked to create a Snapchat message based upon tips from DJ Khaled.  This was a fun challenge allowing contestants to wear lingerie (in the street) and engage with their social media audience.

Conflict emerged between Binta and Courtney while creating their message. Courtney won the challenge; resulting in a surge of resentment from Binta.

The last photo challenge (during this episode) required contestants to attend a party hosted by Paper Magazine and tell a photo story.

Krislian shocked the judges with her editorial photos, stepping out of her comfort zone. There was also a visit from Jasmine Sanders, Instagram Socialite from @golden_barbie

America’s Next Top Model Season 23 – Episode 3 Recap

Last night on America’s Next Top Model the contestants received their signature makeovers.  Cast members were encouraged to be comfortable with their bodies; participating in a nude photo shoot with renown photographer Ellen Von Unwerth.



Everyone did not have the same level of enthusiasm while others embraced their new hair change. According to the panelist, Courtney, Tash, and Paige had the best model makeovers.

Cherish was uncomfortable with the challenge; refusing to dye her hair.  She was eliminated due to the awkwardness of her challenge photos.

Next week contestants will learn “key steps” to social media branding from DJ Khaled and Jasmine Sanders.