When those eyes meet your eyes - I was feeling things I never had feelings like before. But, let's make no mistake why these babies come here: to replace us.Despite breaking up with him months ago, it sounds like [lastfm]Brandy[/lastfm] is a little bitter that [lastfm]Flo Rida[/lastfm] has moved on. In Touch Weekly tipsters snitch that the “Brokenhearted” crooner — who was notoriously dicey about the nature of her relationship with the “Low” hitmaker — is nursing her wounds after learning that Flo ditched her to hook up with model Eva Marcille.

The tabloid writes: “She’s telling people that she split up with Flo Rida to focus on her own busy life, but Brandy, 31, is actually heartbroken after her man left her for model Eva Marcille. Though her rep says, ‘They were only good friends and not dating,’ the friend adds, ‘She really liked him.

She had no idea he would just move on.’ Flo Rida has been publicly stepping out with America’s Next Top Model star Eva, 25.

"Blood Sweat And Heels" star Melyssa Ford appeared on "The Breakfast Club" this morning where she dished on "video vixens" and why her relationship with Flo Rida was "doomed". On this morning's broadcast of "The Breakfast Club", "Blood Sweat And Heels" star Melyssa Ford came on to dished on her hit show, which debuted to huge ratings on Bravo, and she opened up about her past as a video vixen, and shed light on her relationship with Flo Rida.

Here are highlights: On why she signed on for “Blood Sweat And Heels”: “I’m connected to my relationship with God and I listen to it.

I always felt like the right opportunity had not come across my path.

But I always knew that if I was going to do a reality show it would be with Bravo and it would be a show just like this one.

A show about single successful women whose careers are not based on being funded by some man as a hobby. I kinda took my popularity and branded it and leveraged myself…..

We’re self-starters.”On being a video vixen: I was a university student and I was putting myself through school. I haven’t done a video in ten years so to be defined by one pocket in time is a little annoying. I didn’t think she really existed because I didn’t know anyone who’d ever seen her before.

On the negative attention aimed at video vixens and the Superhead book: Karrine…. Her name just floated around like this big mystery. On selling real estate on “Blood Sweat And Heels”: She says she had just gotten her real estate license when she got an email from Bravo about the show.