*We guess Chrissy Lampkin - who’s lookin’ kinda cute in her mugshot above – was out looking for some more bad girl cred.
And if that was the case, it looks like the “Love and Hip Hop” star found it early this morning.
On the last season of “Chrissy & Mr. Jones,” Chrissy was dealing with a serious case of cold feet, but the couple revealed to Sister 2 Sister that their wedding plans are back on track!
“We’re going to get married soon, but the question is people want to know if we’re going to be married on television,” Jim told S2S. “I don’t know if they’ll get that. I don’t know if that will happen on television.”
Until they reach the alter, Jim and Chrissy are putting their energy into raising his son Pudie together.
“As far as the dynamic with Pudie in the house, I think it’s helpful. It makes me and Jimmy come together and raise him,” Chrissy said. “It helps your perspective. I think it’s a plus.”
Jim added, “It’s definitely a different look from what all people have seen from us on television. It’s a good, clean, funny look. I think people need to see that.”
Chrissy expressed that observing Jim’s commitment to parenting erased some of her past doubts about how his lifestyle would affect his ability to be a good dad. The couple is now considering having a baby of their own.
“That’s something that I think about a lot and that’s definitely something that we’re going to work on,” Chrissy revealed. “I mean I love him, so why not complete this family?”
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The eight episode series, will feature the couple, along with “Love & Hip Hop” former cast mates, Emily B. (Bustamante) and Nancy “Mama” Jones, and Chrissy’s longtime girlfriend Talia Coles.
So what can viewers expect this season?
*This week, our EURweb partner, theJasmineBrand.com, learned that ex-Love & Hip Hop reality star, Chrissy Lampkin and Emily B, were trying their hand at fashion, with a new leather jacket line called Cisum Couture.
And last night, we got full details, while we attended the private launch. The collaborative line (between Emily B, Chrissy Lampkin and a third friend) will only feature men’s leather jackets.
During the event, cameras were present, filming an episode for Chrissy’s spin-off show (they’ve filmed two episodes to date).
A ton of Chrissy and Emily’s friends came out to support the event, including Somaya Reece, Adrienne Bailon, Beyonce’s stylist, Ty, her future mother-in-law Mama (Nancy) Jones, DJ Clue and some other fancy folk.
Evelyn Lozada, Chrissy Lampkin, Kandi Burruss and Tamar Braxton strike a pose and are being called … “role models.”
Perhaps the theme is a slight on the ladies terrible behavior. Every single one of the ladies is known for their cussin’, fussin’, and/or scrappin’. But known as role models is something of a wonder.
Tamar is a mouthy one with a racy style. Kandi is animated and bold. Chrissy and Evelyn … well, you already know.
Of all the stars, Evelyn has been the exact opposite of a good role model with her behavior mimicking that of a juvenile jail cellmate. She even cussed out Star Jones and challenged her regarding the circulating petition to ban the show from television. But as we recently reported, they’re said to now be friends.
And to Evelyn’s credit, she did apologize overall and even spoke remorsefully about some of her outrageous reactions on the show.
However, Evelyn’s comrades agree that Star has some issues of her own and may even be a little jealous.
“Whatever Star Jones is feeling is a little deeper than what she sees. I think she has her own issues,” said Chrissy, sticking up for Evelyn.
Kandi pointed out that Star must have had some of her own less-than-ladylike moments over the years. “She may not be violent,” Kandi said, “but I’m sure she goes off on people in her day-to-day. I just don’t think it’s fair to block somebody from getting money.”
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During an interview with Power 105.1’s “Breakfast Club,” she was asked about the rumors. She didn’t flat out deny anything but alluded to the idea.
“I’ve talked about it. I’m not sure yet,” she said. “I want to see how it goes. I just need to make sure that’s something I’d want to actually do. What’s it going to be?”
If she does get into the show, she already decided drama is not something she’s about to deal with.
“There’s not gonna be no fighting, throwing now drinks in Trina’s face,” she stated. “None of that. It’s not going down.”
If that doesn’t work out, Trina just might be a good candidate for her own reality show. And if that reality show was like, say, “I Love New York,” what would her response be? Watch the video below to find out.