La La (entertainer)
|La La Anthony|
June 25, 1979
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
|Occupation||Actress, television personality|
|Spouse(s)||Carmelo Anthony (2010–present)|
|Children||Kiyan Anthony (born 2007)|
Early years 
Vazquez's parents were both Puerto Rican. Vazquez, along with her brother and two sisters, were born in Brooklyn. As a child, Vazquez was involved in many activities, but music was her main interest.
In Atlanta, Vazquez worked as a programming assistant at WHTA radio. While a student at Redan High School, she received her first big break with her debut in a radio show, alongside Ludacris, called Future Flavas. After working for some time at the station, she decided to relocate to Washington, D.C., where she attended Howard University and studied Communications. While at Howard, she worked as a disc jockey at WHUR, the campus radio station.
In 1999, she moved to Los Angeles, California, and went to work at KKBT radio. There, she was noticed by MTV and was invited to audition, although was not called back until a year after the audition. She was the co-host of MTV's Direct Effect and Total Request Live. She has also hosted the reunion specials for all seasons of VH1's Flavor of Love, both seasons of I Love New York, the first season of Real Chance of Love, the first season of Flavor of Love Girls: Charm School and For the Love of Ray J. In addition, she often introduced stories on MTV's High School Stories and she appeared as a dean on VH1's Charm School with Ricki Lake.
LaLa launched her personal website, IamLaLa.com in April 2012. The site is an interactive community for her fans and friends focusing on fashion, hair and beauty, pop culture, family life, relationships and everything in between. 
Personal life 
They were married by Michael Eric Dyson on July 10, 2010 at Cipriani's in New York before 320 guests, including Justin Timberlake, Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian, Lamar Odom, Ciara, Trina, Chris Paul, Amar'e Stoudemire, Serena Williams, Kenyon Martin, Hakim Warrick, Jim Boeheim, Ludacris, Kelly Rowland, Spike Lee, and LeBron James. The ceremony was filmed by VH1 and aired as part of a reality series on the couple, titled La La's Full Court Wedding.
|2001||Two Can Play That Game||Bobby the DJ|
|2002||Urban Massacre||Pam Jackson|
|Total Request Live||Herself||TV series|
|2002–2006||Direct Effect||Host||TV series|
|2003||50 Cent: The New Breed||Herself||Documentary|
|Sex and the City||MTV Interviewer||TV series; episode: "The Post-it Always Sticks Twice"|
|2004||You Got Served||Herself|
|Monster Island||Herself||TV movie|
|One on One||Kendra||TV series; episode: "Phatheadz"|
|Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Inferno||Host||TV series; episode: "Reunion Show"|
|Flavor of Love||Host||TV series; episode: "Reunion"|
|Chappelle's Show||Herself||TV series; episode: #3.2|
|Flavor of Love 2||Host||TV series; episode: "Reunion: After the Lovin"|
|2007||Flavor of Love Girls: Charm School||Host||TV series; episode: "Reunion Show"|
|2008||I Love New York 2||Host||TV series; episode: "Reunion Show"|
|2009||For the Love of Ray J||Host||TV series; episode: "Reunion Show"|
|Charm School with Ricki Lake||Judge/Dean|
|2010||La La's Full Court Wedding||Herself||TV series|
|Gun (2010 film)||Herself||movie|
|2011||La La's Full Court Life||Herself||TV series|
See also 
- "LaLa Vasquez page" imdb.com 10 July 2010
- "Meet the VJs: La La". VH1. Retrieved 2009-05-05.
- "Cover Story: La La Vazquez - Tackling Life, Love, and the Haters". Archived from the original on September 28, 2007. Retrieved July 11, 2007.
- "Charm School 3".
- "Moviefone". Retrieved July 11, 2007.
- "Nuggets' Anthony Proposes to MTV Host". Associated Press. January 1, 2005.
- "Hill collided with cameraman during game". ESPN. January 2, 2005.
- Margaret, Mary (March 7, 2007). "LaLa Vazquez Has a Boy with NBA's Carmelo Anthony". People. Retrieved 2009-05-05.
- "'Exclusive: LaLa Vazquez, Carmelo Anthony Say 'I Do'" US Magazine 10 July 2010
- "LaLa Vazquez Weds Carmelo Anthony" Ulrica Wihlborg People Magazine 10 July 2010
- "La La wedding series comes to VH1". Denver Post. 19 September 2010. Retrieved 21 September 2010. Text "publication: denverpost.com" ignored (help)