Amber Rose movies are among the most-watched in the world today and the credit, of course, goes to the rare talents of the American actress and famous model. Amber Rose, the Philadelphia-born model is very much known for her controversial lifestyle that has led her into various scandals, all starting from when she began stripping at the age of 15. However, we won’t be focusing on the various controversies of Wiz Khalifa’s baby mama but on her roles in selected films and television shows she has been a part of. Here are some of Amber Rose movies and TV shows, as well as facts to know about them.
5 Amber Rose Movies And TV Shows And Things To Know About Them
1. The Amber Rose Show
This is the television show that aided Amber’s rise to fame. She created the platform in 2016 and it involves her interviewing various celebrity guests and having them air their opinions concerning various issues, especially those relating to sex. The show was called The Amber Rose Show and had the controversial model as its host. The talk show lasted for just a single season, started airing from July 8, 2016, until its last episode aired on September 26, 2016. The show had nine executive producers, including Amber and the famous psychologist and TV show host Phil McGraw, popularly known as Dr. Phil, and his son Jay McGraw.
The talk show was produced by Stage 29 Productions in collaboration with Behind Her Shades Entertainment. All nine episodes of the talk show aired on the pay-TV network, VH1. Plans were made for the show to premiere in late July 2016 but its release date was shifted three weeks earlier. Its first episode premiered on July 8, 2016, and it had Moroccan-American rap sensation French Montana as its pioneer guest. The episode recorded over 340 thousand views in the United States as updated by ShowBuzzDaily on July 11, 2016.
Amber then interviewed T.I. on her show’s second episode which aired on July 15, 2016, and according to reports released by ShowBuzzDaily on July 18, 2016, the episode was reportedly viewed by 280 thousand viewers in the United States. Next on Amber’s guest list was American rapper The Game in a third episode that aired on July 22, 2016, and was viewed by 34 million viewers in the United States.
On the fourth episode, the show hosted model and actor Tyson Beckford, as well as socialist and TV personality EJ Johnson. It aired on July 29, 2016, and recorded 0.22 million U.S. viewers. For the next episode of the talk show which aired on August 5, 2016, ShowBuzzDaily disclosed that the fifth episode of The Amber Rose Show which had singer Kandi Burruss and actor Marlon Wayans as its guest was viewed by 200 thousand people in the United States.
A quarter of a million viewers stayed tuned on the sixth episode of the show in which Amber hosted O.T. Genasis on August 12, 2016. Next on Amber’s list of celebrity guests was actor and rapper Nick Cannon and it aired on August 19, 2016. The episode was viewed by 230 thousand people in the United States.
On the show’s eighth episode, Amber interviewed multiple celebrity guests, Timothy DeLaGhetto, Sarah Colonna, Ty Dolla Sign, and Nicole Byer. The episode was aired on August 26, 2016, and it was viewed by about 28 million viewers in the United States.
The final episode of The Amber Rose Show is titled “SlutWalk Special” and it had the highest amount of viewers. ShowBuzzDaily reported that the 9th episode of the show was viewed by 49 million people in America. It aired on September 26, 2016, and had Jessica White, Angel Brinks and Tori Brixx as its guest stars. The Amber Rose Show received 5.3/10 ratings on IMDb and 3/5 rating on Common Sense media.
2. Dancing With Stars
Included on the list of best Amber Rose movies and TV shows is the series Dancing With Stars. This is an American version of the dance competition TV show adapted from the UK TV show Strictly Come Dancing. The reality show pairs one professional dancer with a celebrity and the pair would go on to compete in a dance competition against other pairs of celebrities and professional dancers. The reality dance competition first aired on the ABC network on June 1, 2005, and has continued to hold till this day. So far, the show has aired for 27 seasons and it has produced 437 episodes in total. It runs around 40-86 minutes per episode and its production location is at CBS Television City in Los Angeles, California. The show’s current hosts are Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews; its judges are Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba, Julianne Hough, and Bruno Tonioli.
The show is directed by Phil Heyes, a role he picked up since 2016 after succeeding former director of the show Alex Rudzinzki. Alex was the director of the show when it first commenced in 2005 but stepped down in 2016. The show is produced by Endemic Shine North America and BBC Worldwide Productions. The 2019 edition of the reality competition was initially scheduled to premiere in the spring of 2019 but after some production hiccups, the 28th season of the show will now hit our TV screens starting sometime in the fall of 2019.
Amber Rose’s appearance in the TV reality dancing competition came in the 23rd season of the show which premiered on the ABC network on September 12, 2016. Its premiere episode recorded about 12.19 million viewers in the United States, thus, ranking it as one of the most-watched on the list of Amber Rose movies and TV shows.
On August 23, 2016, Amber Rose was revealed to be partnering with professional dancer Maksim Chmerkovskiy. Amber and her professional dance partner were the fifth pair to be eliminated from the show, finishing in 9th place. As expected, the show went on without them and on the season finale of the show, Olympic artistic gymnast Laurie Hernandez and her professional dance partner Valentin Chmerkovskiy were crowned winners of the 23rd edition of the reality dance competition.
3. School Dance
Amber Rose featured in the American musical comedy-drama film as Marywanna. Amber’s manager, Nick Cannon directed the 2014 film and he also served as the co-writer of the film’s script along with Nile Evans. Cannon is also a co-producer of School Dance, and his production partner was Michael Goldman. Amber’s agency, N’Credible Entertainment were in charge of the film’s production while it was distributed by Lionsgate. The film premiered in the United States on July 2, 2014.
In other to impress his crush, Jason Jackson seeks to win a spot on his high school’s best dance crew. The lead character Jason Jackson was played by Bobb’e J. Thompson. Upon its release, School Dance made poor ratings. It was rated 4.6/10 on IMDb and it got a Letterbox rating of 2.5/5.
4. Master of the Mix
This is a reality DJ competition included on the list of Amber Rose movies and television shows. The show had a number of disc jockeys who would show off their skills and abilities to mix songs and compete for the grand prize of $250,000. It premiered on November 3, 2010, and its last episode was aired on June 3, 2013. The show ran for 3 seasons with a total of 28 episodes. It was created by David Tapscott, Kembo Tom and Karl Carter and directed by Michael McQuarn while Alex Morgan, Kembo Tom, and Michael McQuarn wrote the scripts.
The show’s presenters were Just Blaze and Amanda Seales. The former presented the show from when it premiered up until 2012, while the latter was the presenter in the show’s final season. For the first two seasons of the reality show, it aired for 30 minutes but on the final season, it aired for about an hour. Black Entertainment Television and Centric TV network were in charge of airing the show for its first two seasons while VH1 took charge of its broadcasting in 2013. The companies in charge of the reality show’s production were Electus, GTM, and Viacom International.
Most times, when Amber Rose features in reality competition, she comes in as a contestant but in this particular show, she did not compete but featured on the show as one of the judges. Amber was among the judges of the show’s second season between 2011 and 2012. Other judges on the show were Kid Carpri, Vikter Duplaix, Ben Maddahi and Mia Moretti. In the season in which Amber was a member of the judges, DJ P emerged as the winner of the reality competition, outshining 10 other DJs to claim the $250k cash prize.
Black-ish is a situation comedy which centers around an African-American family. The show was created by Kenya Barrie and narrated by Anthony Anderson. So far, 5 seasons of the sitcom have been released with a total of 118 episodes. A sixth season is in post-production and is scheduled to begin airing on September 24, 2019, with the sitcom’s 119th episode titled “Pops the Question”. The sitcom airs on ABC and each episode runs for 22 minutes.
Amber Rose hasn’t made many appearances in the sitcom except in a single episode – the 7th episode of the sitcom’s second season. She starred in “Charlie in Charge” as Dominique.