Last night (July 21), legendary divas En Vogue passed the girl group torch to Kelly Rowland’s newest girl group, June’s Diary, for a rousing performance of “Free Your Mind” on ABC’s summer series “Greatest Hits.”
The three-part series will chronicle the rise of five boys from Boston (Ronnie, Bobby, Ricky, Mike, and Ralph, and the addition of Johnny Gill later on) as the were catapulted into the stratosphere of superstardom and all the drama in between. Looks like it will be good!
Seventeen-year-old Atlanta rapper Miss Mulatto caught the attention of legendary hip-hop producer and rapper, Jermaine Dupri’s attention on the Lifetime series, “The Rap Game”. Mulatto was crowned the winner because of her musical delivery, stage presence, and lyrical flow.
Timbaland is one busy man! Along with providing the music for FOX’s hit series “Empire,” he’s also planning to add to his workload. According to THR.com, Timbaland is in talks to serve as executive music producer on the forthcoming CG-animated children’s movie Groove Tails…
It’s no secret late night host James Corden likes to sing (check is endless Carpool Karaoke clips), but what most people don’t think about is the fact CBS has to pay for the rights to sing those songs in the car in national TV. To remedy that, earlier this week, Jennifer Hudson visited the “Late Late Show with James Corden” to jazz up some public domain songs…
Saturday Night Live decided to cover the heated topic in a hilarious skit called “The Day Beyoncé Turned Black,” a spoof movie trailer that pokes fun at the reaction of the amount of backlash Beyonce received for expressing love for her roots and culture.
If the #OscarsSoWhite backlash wasn’t enough, here’s something else to add to the controversy. Shakespeare in Love actor Joseph Fiennes, who happens to be white, has been cast to play Michael Jackson in an upcoming British comedy titled Elizabeth, Michael & Marlon.
Remember last year when Jagged Edge member Kyle Norman was arrested for assaulting his then-fiancé, Marikka Maria? Well, I guess people are still talking, because one year later, Norman and his now-wife sat down with Steve Harvey’s daytime talk show to discuss the incident.