Happy Hump Day! I have a few things for you to nipple on today, including Kerry Washington dishing on what we can expect from “Scandal’s” season three finale Thursday, who’ll be stopping by Maya Rudolph’s new variety show and why Whoopi Goldberg dropped 30 pounds. Plus, see my watchlist and what’s hot (and not). Enjoy!
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There’s plenty going on in the world of black entertainment: Guess which reality TV couple is seeking help on “Iyanla: Fix My Life”? Plus, see if you’ve noticed the various ways “Scandal” has tried to mask Kerry Washington’s pregnancy and check out two videos you can watch to celebrate Jackie Robinson Day. Also, take a peek at my watchlist and what’s hot (and not). Enjoy!
There’s quite a bit we’re buzzing about today: I selected four reasons things you may want to keep your eyes open for during the upcoming “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” season six reunion show (see the preview inside), Pharrell Williams gained even more fans from “Oprah Prime” and Beyonce joins her baby sis on stage. Plus, check out my watchlist and what’s hot (and not).
Thank goodness it’s Friday! Before you put your weekend plans into action, here’s what buzzing in Black Hollywood: OWN’s new reality show about four women in NYC debuts and NBC’s “Rosemary’s Baby” has a new trailer and release date. Also, check out my weekend watchlist and what’s hot (and not).
The weekend’s almost here and there’s lots to dish about today! Find out why Pharrell Williams named his new CD “G I R L,” who’s the latest star to join BET”s “Being Mary Jane,” which Bravo shows are returning for a second season and what recently canceled show found a home at BET.
Most people who meet Glynn Turman rarely call him by his name.
“I’m either Col. Taylor or I’m the mayor from ‘The Wire’ or Preach from ‘Cooley High’ and now I’m Jeremiah. I’m seldom Glynn Turman but I’m all those other people,” Turman jokes.
Apparently there is life after death. At least in the entertainment world. BET Networks announced Tuesday that it will broadcast the recently-axed series “Single Ladies” on Centric, BET Networks’ 24-hour music and entertainment network.
There’s plenty of black entertainment news to report today including Viola Davis opening up to Ellen DeGeneres about her rough childhood and Nas having a Monday night jam session with Q-Tip and The Roots. Plus, find out which cancelled VH1 show found a home on Centric and other hot (and not) items.
There’s so much buzzing around in the real of black entertainment today: Saul Williams is set to star in the Tupac musical, “Key & Peele’s” stars are considered for a “Police Academy” reboot, Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker tie the knot–and Mama Joyce was there! Also, check out my watchlist and what’s hot and what’s not.
While many have debated whether the next James Bond should be black, it looks like its next villain may be.