Monday, October 21st 2013
R&B trendsetter Jamie Foxx may win the hearts of moviegoers with every role he takes on and subsequently excels in, but this week has seen the star do just that for a cause far greater than entertainment.
Indeed, in joining forces with the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center, the performer lends his voice to the ‘Any Given Tuesday‘, birthed to raise awareness and support for homeless teen in the LGBTQ community, doing so alongside ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills‘ star Lisa Vanderpump and ‘Candle in the Wind’ icon Elton John.
If you’re over the age of 18, press play below for the PSA he hopes will change their lives for the better.
Tuesday, October 15th 2013
Eight years after watching his ‘Unpredictable’ second album shift 597,000 units in its first week of release, Jamie Foxx dishes on the secret to his success in his spread with American’s Media‘s ‘Men’s Fitness’.
Rocking its pages with tips on muscle building, the ‘Slow Jamz’ performer dominates the mag one year before he hits the big screen as the villain Electro, in forthcoming flick ‘The Amazing Spiderman 2′!
More from the triple threat below…
Monday, May 6th 2013
(From left to right: Beyonce as Etta James, Angela Bassett as Tina Turner, Jennifer Lopez as Selena)
Usher, Justin Timberlake, Nina Simone, and Marvin Gaye are just some of the many known names in music who will see themselves involved to some capacity in a biopic this year.
Indeed, the coveted biopic role has launched many-an-act to stardom in its tenure by bringing to light the real personal lives of celebrated public figures.
Most recently, VH1 has taken the reins in preparation of a TLC biopic and continues to tease fans with snaps from the set of the highly anticipated film (like the one seen here). With many great biopics of yesteryear to live up to, our excitement for the venture leads us to ask you – That Grape Juice faithful:
Whose biopic has been the best so far? (more…)
Monday, January 21st 2013
Shortly after Jennifer Hudson got the Obama’s grooving to Al Green‘s hit ‘Let’s Stay Together’, her ‘Dreamgirls’ co-star Jamie Foxx brought down the house for the Bidens’ first dance.
Lending his vocals to idol Ray Charles‘ hit ‘I Can’t Stop Loving You’, the crooner certainly reminded viewers that his talents certainly do not end on the big screen. See what we mean below:
Saturday, November 10th 2012
As previously reported, November 8th saw the taping of the 2012 Soul Train Awards.
Jam packed with performers from today’s best and brightest R&B performers, the Las Vegas hosted event saw its stage graced by the likes of Ne-Yo, Miguel, John Legend, Keyshia Cole, Fantasia, and more.
While viewers won’t get to see the action until it airs on BET & Centric later this month, That Grape Juice extends the invite to see some of the fashion hits and misses via the red carpet below:
Monday, July 16th 2012
It may be two weeks since Frank Ocean‘s truth-baring letter sent shockwaves through the music industry, yet the the content therein (which saw the Odd Future star open up about his sexuality) continues to garner praise from his contemporaries. The latest being singer and actor Jamie Foxx.
Joining the likes of Beyonce, Busta Rhymes, Russell Simmons, and Ne-Yo, the ‘Dreamgirls’ star has offered his two cents on the story on the lips of everyone.
His interesting words after the jump…
Monday, October 24th 2011
One of the most coveted titles in music, the identity of the King Of R&B has taken a number of different shapes and forms in the last twenty years.
From the smooth sounds Joe and Ginuwine in the 90s -to the Hip Hop driven endeavors of Chris Brown and Trey Songz in the noughties.
Now we here at That Grape Juice HQ want to know.
Who do YOU think is the ultimate King Of R&B?
Get voting below…
Sunday, October 9th 2011
That Grape Juice were in the house at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium last night for the hotly anticipated ‘Michael Jackson Forever’ tribute show. And, as these pics attest, so were a horde of music’s biggest names.
The likes of Christina Aguilera, Leona Lewis, Ne-Yo, Alexandra Burke, Cee-Lo Green, Jamie Foxx, Smokie Robinson, among others, rocked the house at the sold-out extravaganza – which, after a few set-backs, ran rather smoothly.
Peep more pics, including those of the King of Pop’s children Prince Michael, Paris, and Blanket below…
Hold tight for our red carpet coverage from the show!
Friday, September 9th 2011
Comedian/‘DJ Play a Love Song’ singer Jamie Foxx joins an already illustrious list of performers set to honor King of Pop Michael Jackson at the ‘Michael Forever’ tribute in October. The actor’s addition comes as one of many headlines surrounding the event today. Aside from sister Janet Jackson‘s recent announcement of a planned absence from the event as well as other familial opposition, now fans (who have already purchased tickets) are globally voicing disappointment in the event’s recently announced ticket price slash.
Additionally, the web was set abuzz earlier today with reports that mommy-to-be Beyonce cancelled her via satellite performance at the tribute. However, reps for the ‘Sweet Dreams’ singer have since slammed such reports.
Ne-Yo, Christina Aguilera, and Smokey Robinson are just a few of the other noted musicians tapped to tribute the ‘Thriller’ singer.