The new trailer for "Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood" is here, and it's full of drama, tears and drink throwing. Ray J, Teairra Mari, Fizz, Omarion, Soulja Boy, Moniece Slaughter, Apryl Jones, Nikki Mudarris, Princess Love, Nia Riley and Hazel-E are all returning for the second season of the VH1 show. Rapper Yung Berg was fired last year after he allegedly attacked then-girlfriend Masika Tucker.

In the supertease trailer for Season 2, fans also get a glimpse at this season's new cast members, including Miles, Milan Christopher, Amber, Brandi Burnside and Rich Dollaz. As previously reported, Christopher complained that some of his "Love & Hip Hop" co-stars refused to film scenes with him because he's gay. This season, will feature Christopher and his boyfriend Miles trying to work through the difficulties of their relationship. Things, however, get a bit messy when Miles realizes his childhood sweetheart, Amber, is in love with him.

As for the other newcomer Burnside, she will spend this season trying to get her rap career off the ground. And if she looks a bit familiar to some people, Burnside is the goddaughter of the late Whitney Houston and also appeared on Ray J's reality show, "For The Love Of Ray J." Also in the trailer, Rich Dollaz, from "Love & Hip Hop: New York," makes an appearance when it's revealed he's dating Slaughter.

As for the veteran cast members, Ray J and Love are still having relationship problems because of the constant rumors Ray is cheating. Soulja Boy and Riley also hit a rough patch when the rapper's side chick pops up to confront Riley. Fizz is also seen going through some relationship problems as he tries to juggle dating two women, including his co-star Mudarris. The trailer also reveals that Teairra Mari decided to befriend Love, but the "Deserve" singer may have an ulterior motive for wanting to hang out with Ray's girlfriend. On the calmer side of things is Omarion and his girlfriend Jones. The couple is happily raising their son Megaa, but Jones is worried about their lackluster sex life.

Check out the supertease trailer for Season 2 of "Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood" below. The new season premieres on VH1 on Monday, Sept. 7.