Vivica A. Fox Hustles For A New House In 'Love & Listings' | Celebrity Page

Vivica A. Fox caught up with Social Producer Ricky Cornish to talk about her new Lifetime movies and appearance on VH1's Love & Listings.


Fox is starring in and producing two new Lifetime movies in The Wrong Wedding Planner and The Wrong Stepfather, both premiering this month!

On Working with Lifetime

"Get your hustle on! They just love working with me and they're like 'honey, we're not done with you yet.' And I was like 'so what we gonna do next?' And so here we are."

In addition to her two new movies premiering, Fox will also appear on the reality show, Love & Listings, where she searched for her dream home. Cornish also spoke with Zac Diles and Taylor Schwartz from the show about what it was like working with Fox.

Diles on Working with Fox

"She's a female clientele first and foremost and she's an A-list celebrity dating back to the 90's and she's still relevant today being on 'Empire.' If she doesn't like the size of a closet, she's gonna let it be known."

Schwartz on a Celebrity Packed​ 'Love & Listings '

"We have Vivica Fox and a whole bunch of other celebrities, a lot of high end real estate, so a lot of people are super interested in seeing these multi-million dollar homes that we see on a daily basis."

Love and Listings airs on Monday's on VH1 and Fox's Lifetime movies both premiere later this month.

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