Jill Scott is not quick to jump on any role or script that happens to be thrown her way. With credits including "Why Did I Get Married?," "Sins of the Mother" and "Steel Magnolias," the award-winning actress and recording artist says a lot of thought goes into taking on roles. In fact, one thing she really looks at is the quality of the writing and storytelling.
TV One's "Verses & Flow" is returning for a third season this Fall. In addition to the list of spoken word artists slated to take the stage, a number of R&B artists, including Jill Scott, will also perform.
Jill Scott has not only been at work on new films, including David E. Talbert's "Baggage Claim." She has been busy working on not one, but two albums.
Jill Scott has a great eye for style, including clothing and hair styles, and she's not afraid to try new things. Speaking of fashion and being comfortable in her skin, Jill Scott admitted that she's actually been inspired by the movie Mahogany, which starred Diana Ross, and the fashion displayed.
Jill Scott returns to her birthplace of Philadelphia to perform for the Philly Fourth of July Jam.
Jill Scott gets a little flirty, as a flight attendant, in the anticipated movie "Baggage Claim." In an extended trailer released recently, Jill tries to get an attractive passenger's attention by dropping some in-flight snacks, but will it pay off?
The entertainment lineup for the worldâs largest annual food festival, Taste of Chicago, has been announced, and Jill Scott, Robin Thicke, and Estelle are on the bill to represent for R&B.
Since dropping the album, she has toured the United States twice and worked on two film projects.
Jill Scott has been cast to play a role in the drama pilot "Second Sight." If "Second Sight" gets picked up, it will air on CBS and focus on a lead detective with the New Orleans Police
Jill Scott does not agree with any notion that an artist should conform, temporarily, to sort of "get on" in the music industry. Speaking from experience in a recent interview, Scott says it's simply not a good idea because when conforming, you're not being true to yourself and basically to your individuality and artistry.