Basketball Wives star Evelyn Lozada gave birth to a son Saturday,OKMagazine.com reports.
"I have EXCITING NEWS! Thank you God for my blessing," Lozada tweeted.
A month after revealing her pregnancy, Basketball Wives star Evelyn Lozada is engaged to Los Angeles Dodgers player Carl Crawford.
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Basketball Wives star Evelyn Lozada is expanding her family.
"I am so excited to announce a wonderful blessing — I'm pregnant!" Lozada told People.
The reality star, who divorced Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson in 2012, is six months along. She is keeping the identity of the baby's father a secret.
Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson has been charged with misdemeanor battery, springing from the August incident with his then wife Evelyn Lozada, TMZ.com reports.
Chad Johnson's wife Evelyn Lozada files for divorce
In August, Johnson was...
Chad Johnson and Evelyn Lozada
Following Chad Ochocinco Johnson's arrest, his wife Evelyn Lozada has filed for divorce, TMZ.com reports.
Lozada, who wed Johnson...
Chad Ochocinco and Evelyn Lozada
On the heels of Chad Johnson's arrest, VH1 has canceled the upcoming reality series Ev and Ocho, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Evelyn Lozada and Chad Johnson
NFL wide receiver and Dancing with the Stars alum Chad Ochocinco (né Johnson) was arrested on domestic violence charges, NFL.com reports.
Johnson, 34, allegedly...
VH1 eschewed the prototypical "cast announcement" blast for something a bit more unconventional Thursday — the network turned it into a live-streamed experience, unveiling next season's Basketball Wives stars, and even encouraged audiences to participate in the process.
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The most illuminating part of HBO's original movie Cinema Verite (airing Saturday at 9/8c) comes at its very end. We get to see a clip of the real Loud family, whose participation on the first modern reality show, 1973's An American Family, is central to the film. Verite transitions from the fictional portrayal of the Louds to footage from their actual appearance on The Dick Cavett Show, which was part of their self-orchestrated, damage-control tour following the mass criticism they received from viewers as a result of the show. During the segment, they voice their disdain for having their lives edited and their personalities categorized to suit plotlines. In response, Cavett snorts, "Anybody who's in show business would have to call you naïve to think that you could think that you could appear on television and not have it selected, edited..."
If anyone had a right to complain about editing, surely it was this family of guinea pigs. What's amazing about this is that some 38 years later, we're still having this conversation as a culture...
Chad Ochocinco is changing his name — again.
The Cincinnati Bengals player told ESPN's NFL Live Tuesday that he's losing the "Ochocinco" and plans to legally go back to his former last name, Johnson.