“I will say this and I want to make this very clear. Once again, Kevin Hart apologizes for his remarks that hurt members of the LGBTQ community. I apologize.”

Just a month after informing detractors he was done apologizing for his resurfaced anti-LGBT tweets (click here to read more on that), Kevin Hart‘s making his change of tune known as he hits the promo trail in support of his newest film, ‘The Upside’ ( in theaters January 11).

Last week taking to ‘Ellen’ to discuss how the backlash surrounding the tweets has impacted him personally (click here to see), this week saw the comedian issue yet another apology to the LGBT community on his SiriusXM radio show, ‘Straight From the Hart.’ Airing on his ‘Laugh Out Loud’ Radio Channel 96 on Monday evening (January 7), Hart doesn’t hold back in his address….

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The Real Housewives Of Atlanta has returned for its 11th season. And despite over a decade on-air, the Bravo smash is losing none of its sassy steam.

Already delivering on its promise of shady twists and turns, the latest outing of the ensemble title is proving a must-see.

Want to know what Nene, Kandi, Porsha Cynthia, Eva and new addition Shamari DeVoe will be serving up on episode 11 / season 11?

Watch a sneak peek below to find out out below…

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April will bring with it the eighth and final season of the HBO gem ‘Game of Thrones’ and bring its long, layered and immersive tale to an end.

Today, to whet the world’s appetite, its producers have unlocked a teaser set to give fans insight into its next chapter which will see a number of its leading characters meet for the first time.

Watch below…

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Actors Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg hosted the ceremony hosted the 75th annual Golden Globe Awards, which aired live tonight on NBC.

The annual affair, often viewed as a precursor to the Academy Awards, continued to honor the year’s best and brightest film and television stars.  Tuck in below to find out who walked away with the coveted trophies from tonight’s showing at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California.

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The stars are aligning for one of entertainment’s biggest calendar night’s – the 76th Annual Golden Globes. 

Hosted at The Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles, the show honors the most resonating releases in the realm of film and television.

This year dress code is especially noteworthy; for attendees are wearing black to show unity amidst the sexual harassment scandals that have torn through Hollywood in recent months.

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‘Extra’ television personality, A.J. Calloway (formerly of BET’s ‘106 & Park’ fame), may have spent most of his career reporting on media firestorms surrounding high profile figures slammed by accusations of sexual assault, but now he’s become one.

Following the first public reports of his alleged sexual misconduct in June 2018, Sil Lai Abrams – the accuser in that initial report – says 9 other women have shared similar stories with her about Calloway’s inappropriate behavior with them.  As headlines swirl about the two most recent additions to that fold, there’s been more pressure on his employer to react as one of the women officially reported her claim to the police on December 24, 2018.

Finally responding to the pressure, ‘Extra’ released a statement. Read it inside:

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Congratulations are in order for LeToya Luckett!

For, the singer/actress welcomed her first child – a baby girl – yesterday.

Details, including the youngster’s name, below…

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As social media commenters continue to discuss ‘Surviving R. Kelly,’ the jaw-dropping Lifetime documentary that premiered this week to highlight the longstanding sexual abuse allegations that surround singer R. Kelly, the debate for who is to blame rages on.

From fingers pointed to the alleged victims’ parents to members of Kelly’s entourage and more, the conversation – which is also fueled by a segment of the program dedicated to the ‘I Believe I Can Fly’ star’s documented relationship with the late songstress Aaliyah when she was underage – recently took an interesting turn thanks to unearthed archived footage of another of her producers – Timbaland (born Timothy Mosley).

Mosley, who credits his contributions to the singer’s 1996 album, ‘One In a Million,’ as his breakthrough work, also revealed in a 2011 episode of E!’s “True Hollywood Story” that he fell in love with her shortly after their initial meeting.  The problem?  She was only 16…

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Mary J. Blige, Jay Z, Lady Gaga, John Legend, and Dave Chappelle are among the names reportedly approached by ‘Surviving R. Kelly’ producer, Dream Hampton, to contribute some form of commentary to the 3-part docuseries, airing exclusively on Lifetime.

While Legend reports he accepted the invite without hesitation, his counterparts all declined.  Among the names making headlines most for the refusal is The Roots star Questlove (born Ahmir Thompson).  Taking to Twitter, Thompson revealed his reason for opting out of the documentary – a move that garnered a swift clap back from its producer, Dream Hampton.

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The first two hour block of Lifetime’s controversial three-part documentary, ‘Surviving R. Kelly,’ made its premiere last night despite reports its key subject, the Grammy-winning R. Kelly, was threatening a lawsuit if it aired (click here to read more on that).

Highlighting Kelly’s alleged 30-year+ history with the sexual abuse of young girls, the docuseries called on a number of testimonies from people in the singer’s circle including relatives, former business partners, and, of course, the victims themselves.  Setting Twitter alight, the hashtag #SurvivingRKelly dominated the social media platform as the night’s most trending topic – a conversation that spilled over into the next morning (January 4).

Now, preliminary ratings figures reveal people did more than talk, but also tuned into the series in droves! Joining rank among the network’s most watched programs EVER, look for details inside:

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Ellen DeGeneres is backing Kevin Hart’s bid to reclaim his role as this year’s Oscar host.

Hart lost the job after remarks he made about gay men and women were lifted from his Twitter history leaving him susceptible to criticism from movie lovers who urged the event’s organisers to fire him.

Now, it seems they may be on their way to rehiring him.

Full story  below…

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When an actor stars in a movie its success (box office figures, reviews and the like) is accredited to them and used by their agents to determine how valuable they are to Hollywood’s lucrative system.

Now, the delightful actress Letitia Wright has learned that her star power drew in $1.5 billion in 2018 placing her on top of a list filled by the likes of Meryl Streep, Samuel L. Jackson, Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt.

Awesome news below…

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