VH1 has ordered a new reality series "Girls Cruise" starring Lil' Kim. The rapper will also executive produce the series for Big Fish Entertainment. The show will also star Chilli from the 1990s girls group TLC, as well as international pop star Mýa, Pretty Vee and B. Simone of MTV's "Wild N' Out," and their longtime best friends Tiffany and Char.
You can watch a teaser for the show, premiering in July, above.
Per the network: "As they travel through the Caribbean, the crew hits the high seas on an epic journey filled with hilarious adventures, emotional breakthroughs and spicy romances as they cultivate bonds and unapologetically live their best lives."
Lil' Kim, whose legal name is Kimberly Denise Jones, made history as the first woman in hip-hop to have three consecutive Billboard #1 singles. The Grammy Award winner also acts in addition to rapping. Her fifth studio album, "9," is slated for release this summer. Chilli is a dancer and entrepreneur as well as a singer-songwriter. She also founded the non-profit Chilli's Crew, which focuses on empowering young girls in Atlanta. Mýa is a Grammy-award winning international pop star.
Elena Diaz and Sitarah Pendelton from VH1 join Jones as executive producers. Dan Cesareo, Lucilla D'Agostino, Anthony Sylvester, James Knox, Ashley McFarlin Buie and Shelley Sinha also serve as executive producers for Big Fish Entertainment.
Deadline was first to report the news.
"Girls Cruise" is set to premiere Monday, July 15 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on VH1.