Vivica Fox Talks Ending Engagement & Falling For A Six Pack & A Smile+TJ Holmes Leaves CNN For BET!
Vivica Fox is opening up for the first time about her called off engagement to Omar "Slimm" White...which was first reported HERE.
Check out what she said about falling in love with a six pack and a smile, staying single, and her new Christmas movie. Plus, TJ Holmes' shocking new deal with BET!
Vivica hit up "Access Hollywood" this week and opened up for the first time about her break up with Slimm. As we first reported, the two called it quits months ago, and haven't spoken since.
So when host Billy Bush asked her about being ringless, Vivica said they are indeed no longer engaged, and she feels it's ok to call things off at ANY time before the wedding when you just don't feel right. She spoke about the warning signs she saw and how it was difficult finding someone to marry her for HER...not for the celebrity she is. And not for taking them on a shopping spree. WOMP!
She then said she fell in love with a six pack and a smile...and look where that got her. Ha!
Viv revealed she's enjoying staying single for now and was ready to do the family thing, i.e. kids. So she's open to dating again. Check the video HERE.
She also dished about her new Hallmark Channel movie, Annie Claus is Coming To Town. Nice.
And CNN news anchor TJ Holmes just made a major move. He's leaving his post at the mega media company--Turner Broadcasting Company--for a multi-platform deal with BET Networks!
TJ is a well-known, well-respected reporter and anchor for the news channel (as well as one of the cutest), so it came as a surprise to most when the announcement was made today. According to BET's press release:
BET Networks announced today a multi-platform talent agreement with award-winning journalist and television personality, T.J. Holmes. The deal with Holmes includes a new show on BET as well as content on BET.com in which he can bring his many talents to some of the most important and interesting stories to BET’s audience.
About the switch up, BET's Stephen G. Hill, President of Music Programming and Specials at BET Networks, commented:
“We are simply ecstatic to have T.J. Holmes coming to our fold. He’s been an outstanding news anchor and we look forward to working with him in a variety of new ways on BET. It’s now upon us to develop vehicles that capture his intelligence, curiosity about the world, warmth, humor and compassion. It’s a challenge that we are happy to have. We look forward to weaving T.J.’s mixture of credibility and charisma into our fabric.”
Hmm. Is this a great move for BET on trying to gain more credibility and be looked at in a better light? Or an inevitable downgrade for TJ and his career? Thoughts?