As cool and collected as actor and rapper LL Cool J often comes across, his emotions nearly got the best of him when he spoke about his good friend and… More
Editor Archive: Aisha I. Jefferson
Each year Ebony magazine lists its selection of the 100 most influential African Americans.
Taraji P. Henson, Gladys Knight and LeToya Luckett in another Lifetime holiday film and watch Alfre Woodard and Courtney B. Vance in “State of Affairs.” Plus, what’s hot (Solange Knowles getting hitched) and not (Apollo Nida lying on Kenya Moore).
Check out “Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B” and 12 videos from artists who ruled the airwaves along with Aaliyah.
Lynn Whitfield’s surprising role on “How to Get Away with Murder,” Patti LaBelle helps “The View” co-host Whoopi Goldberg celebrate her birthday while Oran “Juice” Jones helps Jimmy Kimmel celebrate his. Plus, there’s my watchlist and what’s hot (Misty Copeland’s upcoming “Swan Lake” performance) and not (the Missouri-based KKK).
Ebony magazine releases its “Power 100″ list, Beyoncé gets her own “Jeopardy!” category plus watch a video of her singing “Home” at age 8. There’s also my watachlist and what’s hot (a photo of Lee Daniels, Kerry Washington and their Hollywood friends) and what’s not (college fraternity members harassing college sorority members).
Nate Parker, star of “Beyond the Lights,” chats with Jimmy Kimmel about his new film, his “full-time” (it’s not acting) and more.
Plus, Lifetime’s biopic “Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B” airs Saturday and “The Hollywood Film Awards” make its TV debut Friday. There’s also what’s hot (Harry Belafonte’ receiving the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award) and not (the hellish life Jodeci members have lived).
The multitalented singer-rapper-actress will give her all during this concert event.
The Grammy winner will host “Framework” beginning Jan. 6.