Friday, February 26th, 2016 at
FreddyO loves the kids and I have this dope project that I want to share with you in celebration of Black History Month and the upcoming Women’s History Month staring two of my favorite little stars actresses Jaylin Simone and Jasmin Alyse. These little go getters decided to celebrate black history and actresses in an iconic way.
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Friday, March 22nd, 2013 at
The lights are out for actors Regina King and Malcom Jamal Warner’s relationship. You know it’s real when Malcom reportedly asked Regina and her son to get out of his house that they “share”. More details inside. READ MORE
Sunday, October 14th, 2012 at
Girl Power at it’s best, this past weekend BET kicked off it’s annual, Black Girls Rock. The show is hosted byÂ Tracee Ellis Ross and Regina King.Â Check out red carpet photos inside. READ MORE
Friday, October 5th, 2012 at
Black Girls Rock, will be airing soon on November 4th on BET at 8PM EST. This year they will be taking the time to honor GrammyÂ award winning singer Alicia Keys….
Friday, August 19th, 2011 at
Seems my girl Vivica A. Fox was feeling a bit of fatigue/jetlag from that flight to Johannesburg, South Africa last night and she let the locals feel it! It appears that the actress, who was asked on stage with Regina King, Brandy and South African Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula (who also invited the actresses to the country) to take pictures, didn’t like the fact that the MC had also invited actresses Matheba and Sonia Sedibe of soap opera Generations on stage. When two more South African celebrities got on the stage, Fox freaked out! READ MORE
Friday, September 10th, 2010 at
Hollywood actress Regina King is taking issue with the Emmy awards. In a letter posted on “The Huffington Post,” King says she’s alarmed by the ceremony’s lack of diversity. She writes, quote, “Up to and including this year, there have been only 53 non-white actors nominated for Emmys out of nearly one-thousand possible nominations in the top four acting categories for drama and comedy. I’ve worked in television nearly all of my professional life, and that statistic is quite sobering to me.” READ MORE