More often than not, the term “reality star” is thrown too generously. However, few can deny how bright Joseline Hernandez shone during her stint on ‘Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta.’

Indeed, her no nonsense persona and feisty funny proved crucial in putting show on the map and, for many, establishing it as the premier series in the franchise.

Yet, a fallout with creator Mona Scott Young saw Hernandez depart the VH1 staple.

Now, however, it seems the drama may be in rearview. Because word is that the Puerto Rican Princess may be set for a grand return.

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What do you when you discover that your mother isn’t really your mother.

That is the question the teenager Kamiyah Mobley was forced to face when she learned that the woman she believed was her mother had stolen her from her real parents when she was a few days old.

This year, her story is brought to cinematic life by Niecy Nash and Robin Roberts.

The movie’s name?’

‘Robin Roberts Presents: Stolen by My Mother: The Kamiyah Mobley Story.’

A trailer awaits below…


Shaunie O’Neal‘s supposed mishandling of the ‘Basketball Wives’ TV empire has given VH1 cause to pause.

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Issa Rae is readying a new drama set to soar into action in 2020!

Learn about ‘Perfect Strangers’ below…


Veteran actor Billy Dee Williams earned praise aplenty last week when excerpts from an interview with ‘Esquire’ magazine suggested the 82-year-old identified as gender fluid.

“I never tried to be anything except myself,” he shared with the men’s mag. “I think of myself as a relatively colorful character who doesn’t take himself or herself too seriously. You see I say ‘himself’ and ‘herself,’ because I also see myself as feminine as well as masculine.”

Yet, while the applause rang in, some detractors of the enduring heartthrob criticized his decision to go public with statements perceived to be “coming out.”  The hoop-la finally encouraged Williams to clarify his statement on the matter.

Taking to our friends at ‘The Undefeated,’ look inside to see just what he said:


The 2nd annual National Film & TV Awards took place last night in Los Angeles and brought it it big wins for the likes of Beyonce and Jennifer Lopez.

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With the year (and decade) rapidly drawing to a close, it’s time for many a round-up list. And PEOPLE are one of the first to the table with their 2019 People Of The Year tally.

Ever eclectic, this year’s list spans the spheres of music, acting, literature, philanthropy, and entrepreneurship. For, it’s anchored by Jennifer Lopez, Michelle Obama, Taylor Swift, and Jennifer Aniston.

Peep covers and editor insights into why each lady made the cut….


Daniel Craig‘s time as James Bond has come to an end….well almost.

For, April 3rd 2020 will bring it with the latest (and his last) chapter of the spy’s epic story via ‘No Time To Die.’

In it, the suave character faces new evils and unexpected twists and turns with help from the brilliant actress Lashana Lynch and Rami Malek.

Trailer below…


While Mariah Carey is no stranger to saturating the Christmas season thanks to her enduring hit, ‘All I Want For Christmas is You,’ the Pop icon’s activity has gone into overdrive this year to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the tune’s premiere.

In addition to the release of a deluxe edition of its parent album, ‘Merry Christmas,’ the diva embarked on a Stateside tour to spread holiday cheer on November 22 (click here to read more).  Now, partnering with Amazon Music, Carey’s Christmas campaign will venture into video streaming territory with the release of the forthcoming documentary “Mariah Carey Is Christmas: The Story of ‘All I Want for Christmas Is You.’” 

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‘Aladdin’ broke box office records and delivered over a billion dollars for Disney. However, the live-action remake of the flick hasn’t generated automatic success for its lead Mena Massoud. 

Speaking in a new interview, the star got all sorts of candid about what life has been like since the film’s May release.

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Hollywood, California’s Taglyan Cultural Center was packed Sunday (December 1) for the 29th annual DIVAS Simply Singing fundraiser.

Hosted on Worlds AIDS Day, the event – an annual “must see” created and hosted by actress/singer 𝐒𝐡𝐞𝐫𝐲𝐥 𝐋𝐞𝐞 𝐑𝐚𝐥𝐩𝐡’s D.I.V.A. Foundation – stands as the United States’  longest-running musical AIDS benefit.  Choosing legendary, award-winning songwriter Diane Warren as this year’s honoree, the house was chock full of artists who have sung some of the penman’s most memorable tunes (including Deborah Cox and Brandy).

While on hand, the latter – as seen in the photo above – reunited with Ralph and actor William Allen Young (who portrayed her parents on the hit 90’s sitcom ‘Moesha’).  Having teased talks of a reboot of the UPN series over the past few years, B-Rocka went on record to say a revamp was finally in the works.

Hear it from her lips inside:


Betty Gabriel is to front a Netflix thriller!

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