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Girlfriends Getaway Cast_Photo Credit Elise Romany - TV One

TV One presents the network premiere of the two-hour original movie, Girlfriends’ Getaway on Saturday, August 30 at 8PM/ET with an encore at 11PM/ET and at 11AM/ET on Sunday, August 31st.  Shot entirely on location in Trinidad, the comedy tells the story of an innocent birthday getaway taken by four longtime friends that turns into a life changing adventure. Garcelle Beauvais (The Jamie Foxx Show) stars as Vicki Holmes with co-stars Terri J. Vaughn (Meet The Browns) as Sophie, Malinda Williams (Soul Food) as Camille and Essence Atkins (A Haunted House 2) playing Lauren.

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New Movie on DVD Today: ‘And Then There Was You!’


Valentine’s Day is vastly approaching get in the mood by checking out a wonderful love story that stars the big homies Leon and Brian White. The movie also showcase the beautiful and very talented Garcelle Beauvais and Lynn Whitfield.

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Jamie Foxx’s one-time TV lover Garcelle Beauvais got really personal about her leading men during an appearance on talk show “Hollywood Girls Night.”
Revealing that all her leading men get aroused during sex scenes, Beauvais – who played Francesca “Fancy” Monroe on ‘The Jamie Foxx Show” over a decade ago – admits that Jamie Foxx was the one exception. READ MORE

Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon

Watching the news, reading the papers, and just plain not knowing if your family is dead or alive back in Haiti has a lot of people worried. It has even questioned the faith of actress Garcelle Beauvais, also known as Fancy from the Jamie Foxx Show. Garcelle is a Haiti native, coming to the States with her parents at the young age of seven. She tells Larry King,

“You have to question faith, in a way, you do. I mean, you don’t understand, especially a place like Haiti. We’ve been hit so hard by lots – why would this happen? I don’t know. This is the country that deserves this the least – not that anybody deserves it. But we are resilient and we are proud. Even if we have nothing, we are very, very proud. It’s unfortunate. It’s devastating.”


Garcelle encourages any and everybody to give what they can. On a Kre-Note, and reason I wrote this story separate from the rest is because you never want to question Faith. God is always there when you need him. It is unfortunate that this happened, just as it was unfortunate when Katrina struck my city and of course you ask why, but God has and knows the bigger picture. Keep praying Garcelle, trust and believe! Shot out to for the story …