Show Airs Live On July 11th
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Black Hollywood showed up and out on the red carpet of the 73rd annual Golden Globe Awards, which aired live tonight on NBC.
Hosted by the ever controversial comedian Ricky Gervais, the ceremony courted the best and brightest of TV and film to honor with its coveted trophies. Often looked at as the “must-see” precursor to the Academy Awards, keep it locked on That Grape Juice to see who won in each of showing’s envied categories.
For now, tuck in below and tell us who won…on the red carpet!
With its star-studded cast featuring the likes of Queen Latifah, Mary J. Blige, Ne-Yo, rapper Common, David Allen Grier, and ‘Orange is the New Black‘s Uzo Aduba, NBC’s highly anticipated live remake of the 70s classic ‘The Wiz’ whizzed right on by all of the competition to top Nielsen’s ratings last night.
Matching its critical acclaim with blockbuster numbers, the soulful musical – the third of NBC’s live remakes – has given the broadcast network its highest Thursday night ratings in 2 years!
Curious to know how many tuned in to watch Dorothy and her crew ease on down the road? We thought you’d be. Ease on down under the jump and get the numbers:
The must-see event of the holiday season may have wrapped up last night, but Twitter is still alight with positive reviews of the NBC live remake of the classic stageplay-turned-film ‘The Wiz.’
Led by Grammy winning superstars Queen Latifah and Mary J. Blige, the show was highlighted by stunning stage props, high octane choreography, and, of course, must-hear revamps of some of the production’s memorable musical numbers.
The new ‘He’s The Wiz,’ ‘You Can’t Win,’ ‘No Bad News,’ and ‘Home’ renditions all earned thumbs up from critics and viewers last night, but if you missed any of the action (or simply want to relive the magic), it all awaits below:
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Excitement is brimming for the holiday event of the season – NBC’s star-studded live rework of the legendary ‘The Wiz.’
Starring Queen Latifah, Mary J. Blige, Ne-Yo, rapper Common, Amber Riley, Uzo Aduba, and more, the 3 hour special is blasting onto televisions
But, before you can see if the reimagined, 2015 adaptation does justice to its Diana Ross/Michael Jackson-led 70’s counterparts, check out the trailer and hot photos from the forthcoming flick below:
As reported here, the Hip-Hop royal turned internationally recognised mogul Queen Latifah will honour ‘Four Door Aventador’ lyricist Nicki Minaj for her contributions to Hip-Hop music and entertainment.
The honour comes after Minaj made her first appearance on Latifah’s talk show to promote her ‘Myx Moscato’ beverage venture with the full backing of ‘Love & Hip Hop’ creator Mona Scott-Young.
Peep the first snap from their reunion below….
Queen Latifah and Jermaine Dupri are on the hunt for the latest addition to Hip-Hop’s growing family.