VH1 Is Putting In Work This Labor Day!
While many are off from work this Labor Day, VH1 is keeping busy bringing viewers all-new episodes of “I Want To Work For Diddy” “New York Goes To Hollywood” and “Luke’s Parental Advisory.”
“I Want To Work For Diddy” – premiering Monday, September 1 at 9PM ET/PT
It’s a historic day for Sean Diddy Combs because he’s getting his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The entire group of applicants jet off to Los Angeles. This mission tests the assistants’ ability to handle Diddy’s real public and private life. Their assignment: to take care of the most important people in his life – his mother, and Kim Porter, the mother of his children, for this momentous event. Prepping his family for interviews, the red carpet and the huge celebration proves to be no easy task for the teams – as they struggle with the requests, the entourages, the kids, the wardrobe, and of course – the urgent requests from Mr. Combs to make sure the event goes off Diddy-style – without a hitch. The pressure proves too strong for some, and the elimination proceedings erupt in a series of accusations, tears and drama.
“New York Goes To Hollywood”- Premiering Monday, September 1 at 10PM ET/PT
It’s a brand new day for New York, but Sister Patterson is still an ominous presence hovering over her career. New York is awakened by a phone call from her manager, who makes New York aware that today she is doing back up vocals for an R&B group and has a lesson with a vocal coach, stressing the importance of a celebrity to have cross-over ability. New York’s assistant calls in sick, there’s a cab ride from hell to the lesson, and New York has to perform weird vocal exercises. Later, Sister Patterson has an altercation with the recording artists which threatens to destroy New York’s cross-over career before it even has a chance to begin. New York is forced to make a decision on the role her mother is plays in her acting career.
“Luke’s Parental advisory” – premiering Monday, September 1 at 10:30PM ET/PT
In Dallas, Kristin’s friends throw her a wild bachelorette party. Things get out of hand when a male stripper violates Kristin and Luke’s “no touching” policy. Luke isn’t happy about it and decides to take his history-in-the-making bachelor party up a notch. VH1’s new original series “Luke’s Parental Advisory” provides viewers with a look inside the life of hip-hop’s original bad boy and former member of 2 Live Crew, Luther “Luke” Campbell — and it probably does not look like what one would expect. The same man who introduced the “booty-shaking” element to hip-hop known as “Miami Bass,” and won the music industry’s biggest freedom of speech battle resulting in warning labels on music, is now getting a taste of his own medicine.
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