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The Next Franchise Of ‘Love & Hip Hop’ Will Reportedly Take Place In Another Country

Will you be watching, Bruv?

There are new reports suggesting that "Love & Hip: Hop" is expanding in a big way, with rumors the popular VH1 series is gearing up in London, England!

There are not many details at this time, but sources report casting is underway. In fact, some outlets are reporting "Love & Hip Hop" is already filming in the UK.

Several members of the "Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood" cast have been spotted filming in Britain, which reportedly includes Teairra Mari, Bridget Kelly and Brooke Valentine. 

The cast members are making no secret of their London trip, with many sharing photos and videos of their experience on social media. Some of the images include photos of the show's producers. 


The ladies from the Hollywood franchise were flown in to be introduced to the newcomers on the London cast, according to insiders.

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Recent reports suggested that several "LHHH" cast members were axed from the show or had decided not to return this season. These reportedly include Masika Kalysha, Zell, Hazel E, Nikki Baby, Keyshia Cole, and Marcus.


The members of the cast that will be returning to the show include Teairra Mari, A1 and Lyrica, Moniece Slaughter, K. Michelle, and new parents Ray J and Princess Love.



The "Love & Hip Hop" franchise follows the professional and personal lives of musicians, performers, managers, and record producers living in various areas of the United States. 

The original version, "Love & Hip Hop: New York", premiered on March 6, 2011. The show was successful and resulted in spin-offs in Atlanta, Hollywood, and Miami.

The series has around 200 cast members in the different areas, which includes prominent figures such as Jim Jones, Remy Ma, Soulja Boy, Waka Flocka Flame, Lil Scrappy, Trina and Trick Daddy, as well as R&B artists like Ray J, Keyshia Cole and Stevie J. 

The franchise is also credited for launching the careers of several previously unknown artists, such as Joseline Hernandez, K. Michelle and Cardi B.

The franchise has been criticized for being too 'ratchet', but fans describe the reality series as "riveting", "addictive", and a "guilty pleasure".

To date, over 301 original episodes of New York, Atlanta, Hollywood and Miami franchise have aired over twenty seasons.


What are your thoughts on the potential "Love & Hip Hop: London" spin-off?

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