Nearly a year after the announcement, the bitter, highly publicized divorce of actors Duane and Tisha Campbell Martin has garnered intense media attention again after Tisha unearthed shocking claims that she suffered domestic abuse at the hands of her estranged husband.

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Tinashe racked up praise aplenty for her turn in FOX‘s ‘Rent,’ however ratings for last night’s broadcast were anything but stellar.

In fact, it registered the lowest ever numbers for a televised live musical.

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The cast of the hit movie ‘Black Panther’ earned the Outstanding Performance By a Cast in a Motion Picture award at last night’s Screen Actors Guild Awards.

This, marking the first award any of the actors in the movie earned for their parts in it.

Watch their win and Chadwick Boseman‘s acceptance speech below…


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 14/ season 11?

Watch a sneak peek below to find out out below…


Devon Franklin has a ‘Garden of Eden‘ movie on the way.


When analysing tropes and themes covered by Beyonce‘s immersive videography, there is one motif which takes centre stage in almost all of her art.

The past…and its presence in present.

Examples? ‘Naughty Girl’ (see 1953’s ‘The Band Wagon’), ‘Formation‘ and its wink at the Reconstruction era, ‘Why Don’t You Love Me’ (set in the 1950s) and ‘Flawless‘ (see Punk subculture of the 1980s).

What isn’t as obvious, is the artist’s exploration of the future via magical realism, science fiction..and Afro-futurism.


Afrofuturism addresses themes and concerns of the African diaspora through technoculture and science fiction, encompassing a range of media and artists with a shared interest in envisioning black futures that stem from Afrodiasporic experiences.


Meet us for a look into the other-wordly worlds of Beyonce below…


ABC hit ‘How To Get Away With Murder’ is back for a firework filled-fifth season.

The legal drama, which stars Emmy winner Viola Davis, follows a group of ambitious law students and their brilliant criminal defence professor.

Last season brought with it a countless list of shocking twists and the newest run is already delivering a whole lot more. Particularly with the addition of Rome Flynn.

It all makes for a riveting watch. And like millions, we’re all sorts of hooked!

Peep the preview of episode 11 / season 5 – titled ‘Be The Martyr’ below…


When Mo’Nique made her way to ‘The View’ to discuss her issues with Lee Daniels and Netflix she expected to receive support from the show’s beloved moderator Whoopi Goldberg.

Today, she reveals that she received anything but in a new interview she used to explain why she took on Hollywood’s exploitative system and why she feels Whoopi has only survived in the business because she accepts anything and everything that is thrown at her.

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Michael B. Jordan is using his star power to create powerful content for rising stars.

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In an effort to help ‘Glee’ star Darren Criss take his performance to the next level, Pop icon Mariah Carey literally dropped in for a surprise appearance on the forthcoming episode of ‘Lip Sync Battle,’ sending her fans – affectionately called #Lambs – into a frenzy along the way.

Criss – who lip synced to the diva’s 1999 chart-topping single ‘Heartbreaker‘ – also remade the tune’s Brett Ratner-directed music video live.  Just as the audience cheered on his reenactment of the visual’s choreography, Carey descended from the ceiling via a swing decorated in the shape of a butterfly (a symbol she’s been associated with since her 1997 album, ‘Butterfly’).

Tapping longtime producer Jermaine Dupri to assist in the shenanigans, look inside to see your first look:


As we reported here years ago, Gladys Knight made it well known that Destiny’s Child alum Kelly Rowland was her top choice for portrayal of her legendary life in a biopic.

And, while that wish was (to a degree) honored when the ‘Motivation’ singer was picked to play the ‘Empress of Soul’ in BET’s forthcoming, ‘Soul Train’-inspired television series – ‘American Soul’ – it certainly gives the 37-year-old the chance to show off her acting chops in case the full length biographical film ever develops.

Until then, look inside for your first peek at Rowland assuming the role of the R&B icon…


Bryan Singer, the X-Men director who has long been tied to talk of child sex abuse, has been slapped by claims which seem to substantiate allegations made in the movie ‘An Open Secret.’

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