Share View photos You know what time it is? Funny you should ask! This month marks the sixth anniversary since Flavor Flav stopped handing out giant clocks and searching for the perfect woman on VH1's Flavor of Love. The series, made popular partly due to its dramatic female contestants, helped pave the way for countless spinoffs, including I Love Money, Charm School, I Love New York, and others.
'Flavor of Love' Six Years Later: Where Are the Craziest Girls Now?
No Mo'Nicknames[ edit ] First aired April 15, Each girl was introduced and the audience was told why they were chosen to go to Charm School, via clips from Flavor of Love. From the first season, Smiley returned due to her emotional outbursts, especially the one the night of her elimination; Serious, for her egomania during a confrontation New York had with Hottie, Goldie for drinking, passing out and vomiting her first night in the house; Pumkin for spitting on New York; Rain for engaging in a screaming match with New York and Hottie for her "adorable" behavior, which, amongst other things, led her to present raw chicken to Flavor Flav and his mother. From the second season, Saaphyri returned due to her fight with H-Town and her subsequent elimination an hour into the competition; Bootz for "hating" on other contestants; Buckwild for being the blackest white girl, Like Dat for her slovenly table manners; Buckeey and Krazy for their balcony fight which led to Buckeey's elimination; and Toasteee due to her revelation that she posed nude for pornographic websites and production companies. The headmistress of this season ended up being Mo'Nique. As they entered the house, two people were introduced to assist Mo'Nique in eliminations: