12:57 AM EDT 06/28/2016
Originally posted 06/27/2016 06:25PM
The model and SlutWalk founder spoke to Entertainment Weekly about her upcoming VH1 talk show, The Amber Rose Show, and revealed that the parting gifts she hopes to offer audience members will certainly be buzzworthy.
"I'd love to give out dildos and throw them into the crowd," she said of how she'd like to emulate Oprah Winfrey's signature on-air giveaways. "That would be f---ing epic."
Originally posted 06/17/2016 12:05PM
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Amber Rose Might Have Just Reignited Her Kardashian-Jenner Feud by Saying Kim Kardashian West's Sex Tape Is 'the Only Reason These Girls Have a Career'
Originally posted 06/13/2016 11:20AM
They can't handle the truce!
If you thought Amber Rose's saga with the Kardashians and Jenners was over, think again.
Just a few months after burying the hatchet with Kim Kardashian West, Rose appears to have put the famous family on blast again in a new interview with the New York Daily News.
"Let's face it. The only reason these girls have a career is because their older sister had a little fun on tape," said Rose, 32, referencing the 2007 leak of Kardashian West's sex tape with her ex Ray J.
Originally posted 05/04/2016 12:30AM
Will Smith is getting candid about baby making with his wife Jada Pinkett Smith – tequila and Mexican vacay included!
Originally posted 05/03/2016 09:40AM
VH1 announced Tuesday that the model, author and feminist activist – whose candid chat with PEOPLE features in this week's issue, on newsstands Friday – has landed a weekly talk show that will take on pop culture hot topics and feature celebrity interviews.
Originally posted 03/16/2016 11:10AM
As PEOPLE previously reported, an ailing but "all dolled up" Raiola taped about half of the 10-hour shoot, a tribute to the show wrapping up after six seasons.
Raiola, the niece of New York gangster Salvatore "Sally Dogs" Lombardi, died two weeks later. She was 55.
Originally posted 03/10/2016 09:20AM
Despite Angela "Big Ang" Raiola's on-screen clashes with her husband Neil Murphy, he insists the two were very much in love when she died of stage 4 cancer Feb. 18 at the age of 55.
"I was there at the end. I never left her side. I went to every procedure – even though she didn't want me, I went. I was there at the hospital for the last two days with her. I mean, to me, we weren't 'estranged,' " he told Entertainment Tonight on Wednesday. "She didn't want me there, I didn't want to argue with a sick person. I was on the phone with her every day. I talked to her before chemo, after chemo. When she had a couple of procedures done, she was in the hospital for a day, I was there. So, I wouldn't call it estranged. It was just, you know, she was going through a rough time and she, I guess, took it out on me. And I wasn't going to fight with her. I didn't walk away."
Big Ang Leaves Husband in Mob Wives Finale – but Creator Jennifer Graziano Says 'She Loved Him' When She Died
Originally posted 03/09/2016 11:30AM
So it's a heartbreaking but fitting twist of fate that Raiola died after wrapping the series' sixth and final season at the age of 55. The last batch of episodes chronicled her battle with stage 4 brain and lung cancer, and PEOPLE has an exclusive clip of the former bar owner vowing to never stop fighting in the finale.
"I f---ing hate cancer. They say it kicks the s--- out of you. I gotta kick the s--- out of it," she says with her signature sass before taking a somber tone. "But I don't know if I could. This might be a rough one."
Originally posted 03/09/2016 10:30AM
Angela "Big Ang" Raiola brought big stars together for VH1's special tribute to the Mob Wives fan favorite.
Larger Than Life: A Celebration of Big Ang airs Wednesday night, and Raiola's costars – plus more celebrity pals like Andy Cohen and Kim Zolciak-Biermann – will honor her zest for life with "a party" for Raiola, who died Feb. 18 after battling stage 4 lung and brain cancer, Mob Wives creator and executive producer tells PEOPLE.
Originally posted 03/08/2016 11:10AM
A few Mob Wives cast members stopped by PEOPLE Now to commemorate the late VH1 star, sharing their favorite memories of Raiola, who died Feb. 18 after battling stage 4 lung and brain cancer. She was 55.
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