Stacey Dash of 'Clueless' fame making TV comeback with VH1's 'Single Ladies'
Stacey Dash, who is best known for her role as Dionne in the 1995 teen film "Clueless," is making her TV comeback with the new VH1 series, "Single Ladies."
"Single Ladies," which premieres on Monday, is produced by Queen Latifah and follows three best friends living in Atlanta, who have different approaches to relationships.
"My partner Shakim Compere and I are excited our production company Flavor Unit is working with VH1 on their first venture into the hour-long scripted series genre," Queen Latifah said in a statement. "'Single Ladies' is a sexy and smart show... something that we feel TV has been missing for far too long and we knew VH1 was the perfect home for it."
Earlier in the month, Us Weekly reported that Dash stormed off the set of "Single Ladies" screaming profanities about her cast mate LisaRaye McCoy. The two have not commented on the report, which also quoted Dash, 45, as saying she would not return until her co-star "gets her (expletive) kicked."
Dash has also appeared on "The Game," "The Strip" and the reality show "Celebrity Circus," which depicts celebrities being trained to perform various circus acts.
"Single Ladies" airs on Monday at 9 p.m. ET on VH1.