Wendy Williams may have underestimated how deep her feud with 50 Cent runs.
Find out why below…
HBO’s ‘A Black Lady Sketch Show‘ sprung into comedic action on August 2nd and is fast-becoming a staple in the television diets of millions across the globe.
US residents can catch the show every week on HBO, but as the platform isn’t available outside of the market, those of the show’s fans who live overseas will be pleased to learn that they no longer have to use illegal sites to get in on the hilarious action.
HBO has placed highlights from each episode on YouTube.
Find out why some are calling the series one of the funniest shows on television below…
‘Ice’ singer Kelly Rowland is bundling up to give fans a wintry treat courtesy of the recently announced Lifetime film, ‘Merry Liddle Christmas.’
After scoring a ratings winner in the past via the star-studded, made-for-TV film ’10th Date,’ Rowland’s reuniting with the women’s network for a holiday flick that’s reportedly based on a real-life incident.
Award-winning CNN news anchor Don Lemon has spent over two decades reporting on controversial headlines and now, thanks to a sexual harassment lawsuit, he has become one.
As has been widely reported, Dustin Hice – a bartender from the Hamptons – alleges he approached the television personality to buy him a drink. After Lemon, who is engaged to longtime partner Tim Malone, declined the advance he (according to Hice) later approached the bartender in a shocking exchange. An exchange, Hice asserts, that saw the 53-year-old “put his hand down the front of his own shorts, vigorously rubbed his genitalia, remove his hand and shoved his index and middle fingers in the Plaintiff’s moustache and under Plaintiff’s nose.”
Yikes! With the story making its rounds, CNN’s clapping back on behalf of their anchor. More inside:
March 27, 2020 marks the U.S. premiere of the once highly anticipated live action remake of Disney’s classic animated feature film, ‘Mulan.’
Seven months ahead of the flick’s release, however, there’s been an international call for boycott thanks to some controversial political support thrown from the direction of Liu Yifei – the Chinese-American actress cast as the production’s leading lady.
Michelle Williams isn’t just a ‘Survivor,’ she’s a thriver.
It’s been 20 years since the multifaceted performer joined Destiny’s Child and cemented her spot as not only as a defining member of the legendary group but as a talent whose gift lends itself to many arenas.
Fending off the sometimes unkind pitchforks pointed her way online, she’s risen above to shine with projects such as ‘Heart To Yours’ and ‘Journey To Freedom’ – which featured the still bumping ‘Say Yes.’
Particularly potent has been her foray into Broadway and stage stage productions more broadly.
Join us below, as TGJ’s Retro Rewind revisits the likes of ‘Aida’, ‘The Color Purple’, and ‘Chicago.’