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Category Archives: Film/TV

With controversial casting issues and Social Media slander, it seems that the Aaliyah biopic did pretty well on Saturday night. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B raked...

Lifetime aired the much controversial Aaliyah film Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B this past weekend, and the film proved fans who were dubbed as haters during the early stages wrong, as the film earned...

After 14 long years, BET has announced that 106 and Park has been canceled. The current hosts, Bow Wow and Keshia Chante, will host the final daily on-air show on December 19. Though the show is ending,...

If you are one of those people who feels as if BeyoncĂ© is overrated or doesn’t deserve all of the praise that her many Bey-hive members give her, a game show thinks otherwise. According to TIME,...

Randy Jackson, who has been with hit Fox series since its start back in 2002, will be exiting the long running singing competition for good. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the former judge and most...

According to THR, Shonda Rhimes will be receiving the Sherry Lansing Leadership Award at its 2014 Women in Entertainment Breakfast event, which is set to be held on December 10, 2014 at Milk Studios in...

The people behind the upcoming 2014 American Music Awards have finally announced the lineup for the pre-show. Scheduled to be hosted by former ‘NSYNC member Lance Bass, other hosts include Jordin...

The 20th annual Europe Music Awards were held Sunday night, November 9, in Finnieston, Glasgow, at the SSE Hydro arena and big named artists were in attendance at the event – for the most part. One...

Talk show host Wendy Williams serves as one of the executive producers for the upcoming Lifetime film, Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B, which is scheduled to premiere on November 15. Just like Wendy,...

If you are an adult who enjoys Disney and/or Pixar films, then I don’t have a little kid in your life to use as an excuse, you have a good three years to get one because Disney CEO Bob Ige announced...