You're probably wondering what your favorite Flavorettes have been up to since they competed for the love of Public Enemy's Flavor Flav a decade ago. You've come to the right place.
Before she was Hoopz, Nicole Alexander worked as a TSA agent at a Detroit airport. Shortly after appearing on Flavor of Love, Nicole started an on-again, off-again relationship with NBA star Shaquille O'Neil.
In 2015, after splitting from O'Neil, Alexander's family was the subject of an Oxygen docuseries It Takes A Sister, on which she was also an executive producer. According to her Isntagram, the website for her new lifestyle brand is coming soon.
Courtney "Goldie" Jackson was the easygoing Southern girl on Season 1 of Flavor of Love. When Flav kissed Goldie in front of New York, it sent the two-time runner-up into a bona fide meltdown that concluded with New York's hilarious but weepy "white gravy and ... biscuits" rant.
Ten years later, Goldie is still making people laugh. She keeps a low profile, but she lives in Los Angeles and performs as a stand-up comic.
Oh, Hottie. Who could forget the infamous chicken incident? If you HAVE forgotton, in the show's fourth episode, Schatar "Hottie" Shapphira attempted to microwave a whole raw chicken in an attempt to make a "healthy" alternative to Flav's desired fried chicken.
Hottie is a married woman, but you can still find her in front of a camera today. Since making a splash on Flavor of Love, Hottie has acted in a few small roles and developed a YouTube channel where she performs a one-woman show with lifestyle tutorials and comedy sketches.
After being kicked off of Flavor of Love Season 2 for fighting another contestant over a bed, Saaphyri won the spin-off Flavor of Love Girls: Charm School and subsequently appeared in the VH1 series I Love Money. Just when she was about to launch her own brand of "lip chap," she ran into a bit of legal trouble around the unauthorized use of her uncle's ID.
After spending three years in prison for failing to appear in court for her 2005 identity theft conviction, Saaphyri appeared on Botched in 2014. On the show, she claimed her plastic surgeon was responsible for the death of another patient and that he was murdered at a Los Angeles Foster's Freeze. That story is unconfirmed.
Kim "Peaches" Manning has been a musician since before she appeared on Flavor of Love. You may remember her as the contestant who played guitar during her ten minute hot tub date with Flavor Flav.
Manning did a few tours with George Clinton and the Parliament-Funkadelic after her stint on reality television. She also dabbles in roller skating stunts and dance choreography.
Shortly after Flavor of Love Season 2, Chandra "Deelishis" Davis announced that, despite her winning the golden grill over runner-up New York, she was, in fact, not dating Flavor Flav.
Since then, Davis has kept busy. She's the morning host on Detroit's Hot 107.5 radio station where she is still known as Deelishis.
Tiffany "New York" Pollard made her breakthrough on Season 1 of Flavor of Love. She was the runner-up to Hoopz. Producers brought the fan-favorite back for a second shot at love in Season 2. Pollard was also the runner-up in the second season. She had several VH1 spin-offs, like I Love New York and New York Goes to Hollywood from 2007 to 2009.
New York made her return to VH1 in March 2016 when she and her mother were on an episode of Family Therapy with Dr. Jenn. It was recently announced that Pollard will come back to reality television soon: She will appear on the second season of the E! network's reality show Famously Single, premiering summer 2017.