Uh-oh, did Nia inherit Joi's work ethic when she took her place in the "Real World" house? Sure seems like it. In this sneak peek of the next episode, Nia vents her frustrations about Schmizza to Marlon during a lengthy smoke break.
"I could go to Paris for six months and write a book," Nia bitches to Marlon about the monotony of working in the pizza shop. Marlon's willing to bend his ear to her complaints for a bit, but he later says he doesn't understand why his roomie can't just suck it up like the rest of the place's employees. And he's not the only one annoyed with Nia's 'tude. When Schmizza's manager gets fed up with the Hurricane's sense of entitlement, she sends her home early for not pulling her weight. Who's the Alpha Dog now, Nia?
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Recently, MTV News sat down with Mac to, well, watch movies with the sound off, and in the video below, he takes it upon himself to fill the silence of "The Notebook" with his own dirty narration. The most romantic part of the most romantic film EVER quickly spirals into frat house territory after the 21-year-old tries to step into The Gos's shoes. "You need to stop sucking d**k and using your teeth," Noah Mac says. "Well, I took classes, I'm doing the best I can," Allie Mac responds. Annnnnnnnd scene.
Rev Run rocks his trademark Adidas tracksuit and flashes a peace sign on the red carpet.
Let's keep it real, folks. Life isn't always a bed of roses, and a week without one bad day included is pretty rare. But guess what? You made it to Friday in one piece! It's time to celebrate your next two days off from the grind, and we've got just the thing to get you into Zen mode: the best of Rev Run's social media wisdom!
On "Run's House," the reverend spread his wisdom from the comfort of his tub, but since the show's conclusion in 2009, the modern-day self-help guru's taken to the Twittersphere and Instagram to wax poetic on life, love and family. Check out a few of our favorite motivational posts of the week, then kick back, relax and be happy.
The historic "Cameltdown" may have left Camila at odds with her "Challenge" competitors, but apparently that feisty attitude actually did her some good a few years back. The champ recently confirmed on Twitter that she starred in Frank Ocean's 2011 video for "We All Try," and, true to form, she spends the better part of the production in a massive brawl. We wouldn't expect anything less!
After hearing Jenelle and Kailyn discuss their hardships during Part 1 of the "Teen Mom 2" Season 4 reunion, next up on Dr. Drew's hot seat are Leah and Chelsea, and in this sneak peek of Tuesday's show, Leah -- who is far more composed than the last time she faced off with the host -- happily announces that she and Jeremy are expecting.
As you would imagine, Drew is skeptical that Leah can handle the responsibility that comes with raising two toddlers and a newborn, but the young mother remains firm that she's up for the challenge. "I have a lot of family support. His family, my family," she tells him, after mentioning the fact that Jeremy is only present only one day out of the week to help out.
There are many battles to fight out there in the world, but what if life's greatest challenge was posed by your own body? "True Life" examines some really tough issues, but among its most heartbreaking episodes are the ones that explore how physical disorders leave their victims frustrated, embarrassed and sometimes afraid to leave the house.
So far, you've voted for which love, addiction and family life episodes resonated with you most, and now -- in the final heat of our MTV.com tournament -- we're asking you to decide which episode related to physical ailments is most affecting. Take a look at clips from our editor's picks below, choose your #1 and stay tuned for the tourney's championship round on Monday!
"True Life: I'm Allergic To Everything"
Can you imagine having to second guess every bite of food you take? For two young people in this episode, allergies run so rampant that there's no telling what will lead to their next serious reaction.
While Heather and Dustin were smitten from the start of their Sin City season, the romance quickly spiraled out of control when Heather found out -- from her mother -- that her dream man was once a gay porn star. Wrench = thrown. The scandy reveal led to a dramatic breakup...and then lots of making up. They worked out their issues after their "Real World" experience, and by the time they signed up for the "Exes" competition they were stronger than ever, even moving in together after the season ended. So what's driving them now to seek counseling? Is Dustin's X-rated past rearing its head again? Or maybe Heather's in the doghouse this time? We're dying to know!
Among the mighty feats that MTV's "Girl Code" accomplishes is empowering its viewers to laugh off their insecurities and embrace their inner superstar. There's a kick-ass chick in all of us, so each week, we're shining the spotlight on one newsworthy woman who deserves a standing ovation. And some cake. Cake is good. Take a look at our latest pick!
To 140 characters, and beyond!
While most high school sophomores are worrying about acing their PSATs or making sure their retainer is food-free before talking to their crush, one 15-year-old is floating on Cloud 9. Maybe even higher than that, if all goes according to plan.
When Abigail Harrison was in 7th grade, she set up a Twitter account for a history class project so she could use it to communicate with some of her heroes. For most kids, this would entail tweeting marriage proposals at the Biebs, but for Abby, it meant connecting with NASA employees, astronauts and fellow space enthusiasts.
A year later, in an amazing coincidence, Abby ran into one of those heroes, astronaut Luca Parmitano, at a Florida airport, and the two got to talking. When Luca realized how bad-ass Abigail already was at an age when most people can't even legally drive a car, he agreed to become her mentor, and after he was chosen to be an engineer on the International Space Station, he picked Abby as his earth liaison. So what exactly does that entail? It means she'll be his constant contact while he's in space, as well as his date for the launch party in Russia. Take that, prom!
Forgot Mother's Day is Sunday? Don't flip out just yet. Instead of postponing your lunch plans to scrounge around the local pharmacy for whatever Mom-ish crap is left over, we've got the perfect thing that'll pull at mamaduke's heartstrings -- and she'll never suspect her years of unconditional nurturing somehow escaped your mind.
The greatest gifts are homemade, and our collection of crafty, show-themed cards might be just the ticket to keep you in your maker's good graces. From the cutest babies across the "Teen Mom" spectrum to the endearing mother/son duo of Paola and Vinny Guadagnino, the MTV kiddos featured on these Mother's Day creations are so sweet, we've already got, like, six cavities. Look at that glittery, crayon-covered card from "Mom's Little Meatball" (Snooki's little man, Lorenzo), and tell us you don't get a tear in your eye. JUST TRY IT.
Take a peek at all of the neon wonders below, and make sure to hit up MTV's Pinterest board for more gems like these!
Enzo must so excited for his very first Mother's Day!
If "Mother of the Year" was a real award (and not just a mug sold at Hallmark stores), nobody would be surprised if Lacey Hamilton's name was missing from the nominees. Jenna's mom is sorta superficial, kinda kooky and can be extraordinarily hard on her own flesh and blood. She also has the strange idea that potato-chip casseroles and hot tubs make everything better (*face palm*), but truth be told, Jenna could do a lot worse than her "Awkward" maker.
Mother's Day is right around the corner, and we think Hot Mama Hamilton deserves a break from all the hate (we're lookin' at you, Mr. and Mrs. McKibben). Besides, judging from last week's episode, Lacey's starting to develop a maternal instinct that, while not quite at Mary Poppins level yet, is pretty decent. She may not be perfect, but she certainly ain't so bad. At the heart of it, she just wants Jenna to have everything she never did.
We can think of a lot of reasons why Lacey rocks our socks -- here are just a few, for your viewing pleasure:
She empathizes like a champ. After putting Matty's unreasonable parents in their place post-that really uncomfortable sex talk, Lacey went out of her way to cheer up her humiliated daughter with a story about her own awkward teen years. Honestly? It was really quite...touching.