With the release of her fourth studio album, ‘Sweetener,’ just weeks away, Ariana Grande is driving her promo runs into overdrive in its support.

Ahead of premiering a Madonna-assisted video for the set’s latest single, ‘God is a Woman’ (click here to watch), Grande was spotted striking a pose a-front ‘Elle’ magazine (click here to see more).  There, she not only dished on the Manchester bombing, ‘Sweetener,’ and more, but – as has been revealed in behind the scenes footage – gave fans a sneak peek at one of its gems, ‘R.E.M.,’ and played an ‘Encore’-inspired game that saw her sing the likes of Whitney Houston, Celine Dion, and more.

No stranger to tributing some of her favorite divas over her short career, click inside to hear it all:


Danai Gurira in ‘Star Trek 4′?

An exciting possibility below…


An insatiable appetite for Kardashian-level fame is said to have driven The Clermont twins into a web of prostitution, a potential murder and- according to some reports- the arms of men and women who abuse animals.

Full story below…


It can be hard to imagine a world without the likes of Instagram and Twitter and how both established platforms can be used to propel new artists into superstardom.

So, in a world powered by streams, viral content and fleeting moments, we revisit Nicki Minaj‘s formative years and how she, with help from Safaree Samuels and a strategy many labels have tried (and failed) to emulate, became the icon she is today.

..and how, even in the face of adversity, became the highest-selling female rapper of all time on the wings of pure sales, a charismatic act and an unstoppable fan base.

The formative years below…


Tami Roman is rising above and beyond ‘Basketball Wives’ and fulfilling her dream of becoming a bonafide actress.

Fantastic news for the entertainer below…


It’s been a decade since ‘Girlfriends’ aired its last episode and fans are still eager for closure on the big-screen.

Anchored by Tracee Ellis Ross (Joan), Golden Brooks (Maya), Jill Marie Jones (Toni), and Persia White (Lynn), the much-loved sitcom shared the lives, loves, and losses of four women.

Its somewhat abrupt end after 8 seasons in 2008 left many hoping for a movie to tie-up all the loose ends.

Over the years, key cast members have expressed interest – as has creator Mara Brock Akil, who was quizzed on the subject by Wendy Williams.

On the host’s pink coach to discuss new show ‘Love Is__,’ Akil offered an update on the potential ‘Girlfriends’ flick.

Head below for details…


Despite efforts to boost the show’s ratings by welcoming Erica Mena and the Dancehall icon Spice to its mix, ‘Love & Hip Hop Atlanta‘ finds itself slipping and sliding on a ratings front without the support of its breakout star Joseline Hernandez.

The star’s feud with producer Mona Scott-Young saw her part ways with the show after its last season and watch it struggle fare well without her.

Why now may be a good time for VH1 to put an end to its war with the Puerto Rican princess?

Find out below…


Gabrielle Union continues to enrich the lives of her supporters by sharing her story with them with hopes doing so will inspire them on their journeys.

Her latest bid? To support couples facing infertility by detailing the issues she has faced in a moving conversation with Dr. Oz.

There, on the doctor’s hit show, the brilliant entertainer spoke openly about her journey with In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) and how she overcame several miscarriages.

An inspiring story below…


Stacey Dash is finding it hard to find anyone willing to pump money into her new movie.

Bad news below…


It’s that time of year again.

The 2018 Primetime Emmy Awards air September 17th and will celebrate the titles and talents who’ve made the most marked impact.

As the top honor in television, all eyes are on which shows and stars have nabbed nominations in the show’s 70th year.

Well, wonder no more. Because the full list of nominations for the main categories have been unveiled.

Find out who nabbed what below……


Shame and disgrace has befallen the Clermont Twins now that one of them has been accused of being an wild and deeply unscrupulous fraudster!


Joseline Hernandez rose to prominence as a compelling cast-member of ‘Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta.’ But the fall-out from her departure is proving even more drama-filled.

As reported, the Puerto Rican princess has been throwing shade grenades at the show’s creator and producer Mona Scott-Young, repeating the central claim that the exec owes her money. Allegedly. 

And if folk thought Hernandez will have moved on now that she’s landed her own WE tv series (‘Joseline Takes Miami’), they ought to think again.

See what we mean below…


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