In the series premiere, former "106 and Park" cohost Julissa Bermudez moves back home to New York to kick-start her TV hosting career--and be closer to her bestie, former Cheetah Girl Adrienne Bailon!
Tired of being overlooked because of her accent and looks, Julissa is a bit disappointed when she's asked to model--and not host--at New York Fashion Week.
Rolle could very well be too expensive for their salary cap situation, but we know there's one person who wants him back.
"He's an outstanding young man and really I've never come across a player that was more interested in his team and trying to help his team be better in any way they could," head coach Tom Coughlin said, via Jordan Raanan of
As a senior, he compiled three interceptions and 86 tackles; on offense, he had four receptions for 160 yards and a touchdown.
In track & field, Rolle was a state qualifier in the hurdling events.
Since then, these fashionistas have been there for each other through thick and thin and loves and losses, making noise and a name for themselves along the way.
“More importantly, more than any one man, is coach Coughlin, that old man like that, he’s a one-of-a kind individual,’’ Rolle said.Antrel Rocelious Rolle (born December 16, 1982) is a former American football safety of the National Football League (NFL).He played college football at the University of Miami, where he was recognized as a unanimous All-American, and was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals eighth overall in the 2005 NFL Draft.In this new Style docu-series, follow the fast-paced New York City lives of rising Latina starlets Adrienne Bailon of the American girl group The Cheetah Girls and Julissa Bermudez of the video countdown show "106 & Park" as they strive to conquer the cutthroat world of show business and find love and happiness--by the time they turn 30!Best friends Julissa and Adrienne first met in 2006 as costars in the MTV movie "All You've Got", growing so close during filming that they even requested to share the same trailer!Will she take her agent's advice to go mainstream and lose her thick, Spanish accent--or will she stay true to her Latina self?