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VH1 Reveal Cast Of ‘Drumline’ Sequel; LeToya Luckett To Star


After tasting ratings success with TLC biopic ‘CrazySexyCool’, VH1 are once again venturing into the scripted film arena. Their latest production? ‘Drumline: A New Beat’ – the sequel to the hit 2002 flick ‘Drumline’.

As previously announced, Nick Cannon (who serves as producer on the reboot) reprises his role as Devon Miles in the marching band movie. Yet, today saw the network draw back the curtain and reveal who else will be joining the mogul in ‘Drumline’s second outing.

Peep the press release below…


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LeToya Luckett Covers ‘Rolling Out’ / Dishes On Destiny’s Child, Insecurities, & “Second Lead Vocalist”


LeToya Luckett has quite the hustle factor.

The singer-actress has spent much the last year jugging both passions; appearing on recently revived dramedy ‘Single Ladies’  and piecing together her third studio album ‘Until…Then’.

33-year-old Luckett celebrates her journey in the latest issue of Rolling Out magazine, who she also spoke to about some of the struggles she faced while on the rise. The Houston-bred beauty also dished on her time in Destiny’s Child and the “second lead vocalist” comment that went viral recently.

Peep her stunning cover above and quotes below…


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Hot Shots: LeToya Luckett Hits Studio With Future & Mike WIll Made It


Fresh from delivering buzz single ‘Don’t Make Me Wait’ last week, R&B star LeToya Luckett is wasting no time returning to the studio to work on its parent album ‘Until Then’.

Proving she has an ear for what’s hot, the singer-actress has tapped hitmaker Mike Will Made It to work on the project, as well as rapper (and Ciara’s fiance) Future. The 32-year-old shared shots of herself in the studio with the duo on Instagram.

Having loved LeToya’s debut album and enjoyed her second, we’re salivating at the prospect of her third. ‘Don’t Make Me Wait’ was an aptly titled warm-up. Hence, we can’t wait to hear the rest of the heat she’s bringing this go round.

Until then, peep another pic below…


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New Song: Letoya Luckett – ‘Don’t Make Me Wait’


The wait is over!

Indeed, the night brought with it ‘Don’t Make Me Wait’ – the highly anticipated comeback single of former child of Destiny Miss Letoya Luckett.  Her first new release in nearly half a decade, the song saw its premiere aboard VH1’s ‘Single Ladies’ – a lucrative bid to reignite the ‘She Don’t’ diva’s social stardom.

As buzz builds with ‘Wait’ and the soon to follow, long-awaited official lead single from Luckett’s 3rd official solo album ‘Until Then’, take a listen to the ‘Single Ladies’ number in its entirety and sound off below:


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Celebrities React To Bruno Mars’ Show-Stopping ‘Super Bowl Half Time Show’

‘Locked Out of Heaven’ hitmaker Bruno Mars moved the Metlife Stadium with an out of this world performance moments ago for the ‘Super Bowl XLVIII Half-Time Show”.

Joined by veteran rockers Red Hot Chili Peppers, Mars & Hooligans delivered a high octane set chock full of the crooner’s biggest hits including ‘Treasure, ‘Just The Way You Are’ and so much more much to Twitter’s delight.

Still very much ablaze after the smoking Super Bowl Half-Time set, tuck in below to see Mars’ contemporaries sing his praises


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New Song: LeToya Luckett – ‘Don’t Make Me Wait’ {Snippet}


February 10th brings with it the debut of LeToya Luckett‘s hotly anticipated comeback single ‘Don’t Make Me Wait’.

Ironically, “waiting” is exactly what the singer’s fans have been doing in the four years since the R&B star released her sophomore effort ‘Lady Love’.

Now, in a mere matter of weeks, the track will premiere on the hit show Luckett currently stars in – VH1’s ‘Single Ladies’.

Want an early listen? That’s exactly what awaits after the jump…


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Letoya Luckett Weighs In On Infamous Destiny’s Child ‘Second Lead Vocalist’ Clip


Thanks in great part to Perez Hilton, a late 90s interview clip of the original Destiny’s Child members made its way around the net due to one awesomely gif-worthy moment.

As fans know, the clip shows a young Beyonce, Letoya Luckett, and Latavia Roberson imparting some serious side-eye action to Kelly Rowland after she introduced herself as the group’s ‘second lead vocalist’.

No member of the group has spoken out about the viral clip until now as Luckett, in hot promotion of season 3 of VH1’s hit show ‘Single Ladies’, weighed in on the clip with MTV:


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