Are Porsha Williams and fiancé Dennis McKinley done?
Some seem to think so. Find out why below…
Thanks to her brazen brand of ‘shock comedy,’ quotes from comedienne-actress Sandra Bernhard were no stranger to controversy at the height of her career in the late 80’s and early 90’s.
Decades later, that same material is landing the 65-year-old in hot water as clips from a 1998 stand-up gig saw the award-winning comic refer to Pop icon Mariah Carey as the ‘N-word.’
Viewers of the Bravo hit are seeing an unfolding storyline involving Monique Samuels; one that seems to be building towards her widely reported physical altercation with castmate Candiace Dillard.
Interestingly, former cast-member Charrisse Jackson-Jordan appears to be at the center of the drama and is touted as spreading “lies.”
With tongues wagging in earnest, Samuels took to Instagram Live with her husband, ex-footballer Chris Samuels, to spill all on what she says has been a multi-year plot by several of the RHOP ladies.
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Alicia Keys proves once again her talents know few limits.
Having already won rave reviews over the course of her nearly 20-year career for chart-topping, award-winning music, the 39-year-old raked in acclaim aplenty in 2020 alone for her hosting stint at the GRAMMYs as well as her best-selling book, ‘More Myself.’
Most recently setting her sights on producing projects for the small screen (namely Netflix’s ‘Work It’ as we reported here), the diva’s re-teaming with the streaming giant for a forthcoming romantic comedy.
Actress Jurnee Smollett has broken her silence about the ongoing legal woes of her actor-singer brother Jussie Smollett stemming from his 2019 allegedly self-inflicted hate attack.
In addition to learning his countersuit against the city of Chicago for ‘malicious prosecution’ was tossed out by a federal judge (click here to read more), he is readying a return to court to defend himself against six felony counts of charges related to disorderly conduct and filing false police reports.
Now, Jurnee is offering views into her thoughts about the process and why she stands in solidarity with the embattled ‘Empire’ star.
As we reported here, fans of Hulu’s Zoe Kravitz-led TV adaptation of the hit 2000 romantic comedy, ‘High Fidelity,’ were highly disappointed at news the series had been canceled after just one season.
Kravitz initial statement regarding the axing, which was delivered shortly after the news went to press last week, was cordial as she took to Instagram to state:
“i wanna give a shout out to my #highfidelity family. thank you for all the love and heart you put into this show. i’m in awe of all of you. and thank you o everyone who watched, loved and supported us. ✌🏽 #breakupssuck”
The sentiment seemingly changed, however, after the 31-year-old weighed in on the event again over the weekend. See what she said below that still has tongues wagging:
Lamorne Morris, T.Murph, Sasheer Zamata, and Blake Anderson topline the new HULU original series ‘Woke.’
Set for a September 9 debut, the comedy – inspired by the life and work of visual artist Keith Knight – is one of many highly anticipated new shows the streaming giant is rolling out for fall.
“…’Woke’ takes an absurdly irreverent look at identity and culture as it follows Keef (Morris), an African-American cartoonist finally on the verge of mainstream success when an unexpected incident changes everything. With a fresh outlook on the world around him, Keef must now navigate the new voices and ideas that confront and challenge him, all without setting aflame everything he’s already built.”
See the trailer inside: