Archive for 'E! News'

Mariah Carey Takes ‘Complex Magazine’

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When she’s not touring the country or filming for her new miniseries, Mariah’s World, Mariah Carey is living lavishly and getting fabulous for her long-awaited spread in Complex magazine.

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The man responsible for the deadly truck accident involving actor/comedian Tracy Morgan pleads not guilty. We all remember the tragic accident that took the life of Morgan’s friend, James McNair, back in June 2014 and left Morgan with serious injuries, when a Wal-Mart tractor trailer slammed into their limousine.

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Terrence J the former host of BET’s 106 and Park has moved onto his new gig at “E! News” host. He is now announcing a new upcoming book called, The Wealth of My Mother’s Wisdom, and its publishing details.

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Terrence J Makes His Start Tonight On E! News

Terrence J joins co-anchor Giuliana Rancic on E! News, the worldwide leader in Entertainment News each weeknight. READ MORE

Terrance J Joins E News!!

106 n Park host, Terrence J is leaving the BET family and joining E News to co host with Guiliana Rancic the news was just confirmed this weekend. As stated on thejasminebrand, Terrence  said:

“I’ve always had a passion for the wide spectrum of pop culture that E! News covers so well; I can’t wait to get started. I’ve had a great career so far, and it¹s all been building toward this. And then getting to work with great people like Giuliana and the entire E! News team just makes this seem like an even more perfect opportunity.” READ MORE

Britney Spears can finally pull up a chair at the “X Factor” judges’ table. E! News reports the pop star has officially signed the long-rumored, 15-million-dollar deal with the Fox show. A source close to Spears says both sides have been hammering out the smaller details over the past few weeks, but Britney is “beyond excited” now that the contract has been inked. Spears is filling one of the spots left vacant when Paula Abdul and Nicole Scherzinger were let go from the U.S. version of the “X Factor” after its debut season. READ MORE

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