‘The Lion King‘s roar continues to reverberate.

Details on the film’s major milestone below…


Are you fan of VH1’s ‘Black Ink Crew’?

Yes? We have good news.

Press play to nab your very first look at the ‘Compton’ arm of the show’s growing body.


Miley Cyrus has split from her longtime lover Liam Hemsworth.

Full story below…


Jeana Turner is the latest ‘America’s Next Top Model’ contestant to condemn the show for its supposed mistreatment of competitors.

Turner was a contestant on the show’s 24th cycle and took to the net recently to detail her experiences on the show and why she felt compelled to breach her contract to protect future models from falling into its thorny trap.

A trap, she says saw the ladies forbidden from eating or leaving their rooms without permission from producers or the security team employed to monitor their comings and goings.

Her distressing story below…


August 14th is bringing with it the highly anticipated return of VH1 reality series, ‘Black Ink Crew.’

Catching up on the latest happenings of the New York-based series’ stars Caesar, Skye, Teddy, Miss Kitty & Tati and more, the network is amping up buzz for the show by unveiling an extended look at what fans can expect with its season 8.

Look inside to see the action:


Welcome to Retro Rewind, the TGJ original feature forged to honour some of the brightest moments in TV and Film.

Today, we take a pleasant journey to the past to celebrate the release of Mariah Carey‘s ‘Butterfly’ album and supporting era and the interviews she gave to promote the set.

Powered by poignant storytelling and charged by feelings of love, loneliness, loss, growth and change, the album was launched on September 16th 1997 and saw her step away from her sounds of yesteryear and glide further towards R&B with help from Missy Elliott, Diddy, Bone Thugs n Harmony, Cory Rooney and Walter Afanasieff.


It wasn’t raining yet
But it was definitely
A little misty on
That warm November night

It has sold over 10 million copies worldwide.

Find out how below…


Caleb McLaughlin and Idris Elba are to lead a brand new movie named ‘Concrete Cowboys’!

Positive movie news below…


Almost one year ago, it was announced that Tiffany Haddish had inked a lucrative deal with Netflix to stage an exclusive stand-up special.

Now, the lid has been lifted on the production.

Christened ‘Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready,’ the hour-long offerings sees the ‘Girls Trip’ star anchor the affair, which shines light on six hand-picked comediennes – Chaunté Wayans, April Macie, Tracey Ashley, Aida Rodriguez, Flame Monroe and Marlo Williams.

Due to arrive on the streamer on August 13th, check out the first look trailer below…


This summer has seen UK audiences (and social media at large) glued to their screens thanks to ‘Love Island’ and one of its most popular contestants Ovie Soko.

The professional basketball star had the nation swooning by way of his cool, calm countenance and gentlemanly ways.

Together with companion India, he went on to place third on the ITV2 show’s finale. And while that is undoubtedly a commendable position, Ovie now looks poised for lucrative success following his stint in the villa.

Today, he stopped by This Morning to open up about his experience and even brought his mother along for the chat.

Watch below…


Cop a gander at Iggy Azalea!

The ‘Fancy’ rapstress may have recently expressed disappointment in the commercial response to her comeback album, ‘In My Defense’ (click here to read), but that’s certainly not slowed her promo grind in its support.

Case in point:  the Rap diva’s blazing the cover of ‘Cosmpolitan’s September 2019 issue.  Taking to Brooklyn to shoot the Eric Ray Davidson-snapped set of photos, the pics that accompany the feature see Azalea striking sultry poses poolside while the interview story details that of a growing artist who has learned from the mistakes of the past.

With age 30 just a year away, look inside to read how Iggy’s embracing the future of her career, personal life, and more.


‘Pose’ continues to strut from strength to strength in its seismic second season.

The Emmy-nominated FX series, which spotlights the LGBTQ ballroom scene of the 80s and 90s, has been met with rapturous applause since its debut and is earning it the more with its sophomore run.

Heading into this season, creators Ryan Murphy and Steven Canals promised a deeper delving into the various challenges faced by the likes Blanca, Electra, PrayTell, Angel, and co.

Ahead of the broadcast of the next episode (9), check out a preview below…


Despite Donald Glover‘s hectic schedule as a musician and Hollywood star that’s seen him tackle roles in front of and behind the camera lens, the Emmy winner is still committed to the hit TV series that’s in great part responsible for his workload – FX’s ‘Atlanta.’

That dedication was echoed by Eric Schrier – President of FX Entertainment – recently at the Television Critics Association summer press tour when he announced that Glover’s award-winning series has been gifted an early renewal for a fourth season…ahead of its Season 3 premiere.

Details inside: