While love and gratitude were the emotions flowing from most during the final episode of ‘The Real,’ one person with very different sentiments is Amanda Seales.

And she’s making her feelings known.

As some will recall, the multihyphenate served as a guest host on the daytime talker before eventually signing on as a full-time co-host. The latter was short-lived and Seales exited after less than six months in the permanent role.

Now, after being omitted from the finale montage, the 40-year-old has voiced her disapproval.

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Alicia Keys paid homage to Queen Elizabeth in commemoration of the British monarch’s 70th year on the throne.

The 15-time GRAMMY winner took center stage at the Platinum Party at the Palace concert extravaganza, which aired live from Buckingham Palace. 

A music royal herself, Keys shone with classics such as ‘Empire State of Mind,’ ‘Superwoman,’ ‘Girl On Fire,’ and more.

Watch the New York native light up London after the jump…


Post Malone  is set for a potent opening on the Billboard 200 with his new studio album, ‘Twelve Carat Toothache.’

The hotly anticipated project serves as the fourth full-length effort from the Hip-Hop star.

Preceded by singles ‘Cooped Up’ with Roddy Ricch and The Weeknd-assisted ‘One Right Now,’ the set is the 26-year’s first album release since 2019’s ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding.’

Head below to find out what the project is pacing towards in its opening frame.


Coco Jones has unlocked the video for her new single ‘Caliber’ and she’s enlisted a notable name in R&B to helm the visual.

For, Teyana Taylor was tapped to direct the scintillating clip.

Showcasing the rising star (who plays Hilary Banks on Peacock’s ‘Bel-Air’) in her grown and sensual element, the video sees the 24-year-old scope out her romantic match.

‘Caliber’ serves as the first taste of Jones’ forthcoming EP – which is due later this year.

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Mo’Nique has taken residence in media headlines this week after hitting out at fellow comedian D.L. Hughley over a contract dispute in Detroit.

The days that followed have seen the pair trade jabs and a host of notable names join the public in weighing in on the drama.

50 Cent is the latest to share his views on the fiery furnace.

And his words are directed at Mo.

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Shakira has blown the whistle on her marriage to soccer star partner Gerard Pique. 

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Shakira is speaking up and out as the rumor mill intensifies around her private life.

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50 Cent is no stranger to sharing his thoughts and feelings – regardless of who they’re about.

Case in point Pop queen Madonna. 

The rapper/mogul has been vocal about his views when it comes to the provocateur’s racy snaps on social media.

And, despite clap backs from Madge herself, the media maestro isn’t turning the volume down on his disapproval of Madge’s antics.

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With his May 20-released debut album ‘Chapter & Verse’ seeing rave reviews penned by R&B critics and lovers alike, J. Brown is undoubtedly hoping the next chapter in the LP’s story is a rise to the top of the genre’s chart.

To aid the journey, the singer-songwriter is giving the visual treatment to his Tank-assisted single ‘Don’t Rush.’

Having already found favor on Billboard’s Adult R&B Radio chart (#15 peak as of time reported), the Vincent Bates-produced cut is being given another wind courtesy of a cinematic music video that depicts what happens when one is looking for love in the club.

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After a brief recess due to cancellation from its original network home at CBS, ‘All Rise’ is set to rise back to the top of ratings charts thanks to boarding the program slate at OWN.

Starring Simone Missick as ‘Judge Lola Carmichael,’ Wilson Bethel as Deputy District Attorney ‘Mark Callan,’ Jessica Camacho, and more, the entire gang is returning to dish out their unapologetic brand of justice for the show’s third season which is set to premiere Tuesday, June 7 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

Reportedly picking up six months after where the jaw-dropping sophomore finale left off, viewers will find out the results of the election as Judge Carmichael waits with bated breath about the results of her hard-fought campaign.

Get a sneak peek of the action that awaits via the series’ delicious trailer.


Although she’s still riding the wave of success afforded courtesy of her breakout single ‘Big Energy,’ rapper Latto has been doing her fair share of sharing the spotlight in recent weeks.

Not even a week after being unveiled as the assistant on the NEIKED and Anne-Marie single ‘I Just Called,’ the 23-year-old hitmaker was called on by rising Quality Control star Lakeyah to guest on the new song ‘Mind Yo Business.’

Sampling the 2001 party-starter ‘Get Crunked Up’ (by Iconz), Latto and Lakeyah trade verses over the Cardiak & Paul Cabbin-produced bop about keeping the haters and bad boys in their places.

“First off b*tch mind yo business / Bad b*tch everyday like Christmas / Attitude on f*ck you pay me / It take more than a Bentley to date me,” Lakeyah opens on the hard-hitting track.

Accompanying its arrival with a sizzling music video directed by Maya Table, look inside to see the action.


After eight seasons, ‘The Real’ has taken its final bow.

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