New parents EVA MARCILLE and KEVIN MCCALL took to social media share pictures of their new daughter Marley Rae McCall.
The model and actress gushed, “#perfection,” while Marley Rae’s doting father wrote, “My little china doll… #marleyXO.”
MARCILLE and MCCALL welcomed their daughter earlier this month…READ & SEE MORE INSIDE!!!
While performing his hit single, “Lost Without You,” THICKE reportedly revealed, “For y’all that don’t know, me and my wife separated, but I’m trying to get my girl back. She’s a good woman.”
THICKE went on to explain that “Lost Without You,” was written for his wife, who also starred in the single’s music video.Photo Source: PR Photos
The biggest names in Black haircare flocked to Georgia’s Congress Center for the annual Bronner Brothers International Hair Show.
TOYA WRIGHT, REGINAE CARTER and LIL SCRAPPY hit up the various hair classes, exhibits, tournaments and competitions.
Showing creative and innovative hair styles, acclaimed Atlanta based stylist DEREK J was also in attendance…
Veteran producer and musician PHARRELL WILLIAMS was hit with a whirlwind of controversy after critics blasted him for not featuring an African-American woman on the cover of his G I R L album.
WILLIAMS recently called into the Breakfast Club to clarify those rumors revealing, “What really disappointed me is that they jumped the gun, because the one I’m standing the closest to is black.”
The Oscar nominated singer continued, “She’s a black girl from Wisconsin that I used to date over 10 years ago. And that just must suck man, for people to just look at something and to assume that they know what’s going on…”READ & SEE MORE INSIDE!!!
Over the weekend Juicy was live at the Bronner Brother’s International Hair Show.
Juicy correspondent Jennifer Pearson caught up with reality stars TOYA WRIGHT and TRINA BRAXTON to get the deets on their upcoming hair collections.
Finally. Isn’t it great to finally see Black actors going up for mainstream awards, smashing the box offices and landing noteworthy roles on highly-rated TV shows become the new normal? After this week’s season finale of BET’s Being Mary Jane, and the barely contained excitement for the return of Season 3 of ABC’s addictive hit series Scandal – now more than ever the masses are really paying attention to how Blacks, and Black women in particular are leaving the mark on in Hollywood. However, as of late that these leading roles, that are finally being given to Black women to break boundaries in scripted TV are being wildly questioned and debated.
It is no secret that both of these highly rated shows, Being Mary Jane and Scandal, have GABRIELLE UNION and KERRY WASHINGTON, respectively, playing the roles of strong career-minded women, that are ridden with so many issues in their love lives, they have both succumbed to being the “other woman” in very complicated love triangles. These dramatic story lines showcasing the televised choice of being the side chick, coupled with viewers the strong emotional investment in the shows, have caused some to throw shade and really start believing that television should only paint educated, career driven, single BLACK women with a very broad brush.
Those getting their panties in a bunch, are more than likely those who…READ + SEE MORE INSIDE!!!
According to reports, “Henson will play Cookie Lyon, the ex-wife of Lucious Lyon (Terrance Howard), the head of a record label. Described as a total badass who has just been released from prison for good behavior after serving 17 years for dealing drugs, she now wants what’s hers.”
Detailing surrounding a premiere date of Empire have yet to be released.
Photo Source: PR Photos
During a recent interview, THE GAME revealed, “It’s funny man cause me and Khloe we’re cool. People don’t know, but I’ve been knowing Khloe for 12 years. I went and dated Kim for a while. A little short while. Me and Khloe are cool.”
Although the rapper-turned-reality star couldn’t recall the exact time that he dated KARDSAHIAN, he revealed that it was a thing of the past and even complimented her fiancee KANYE WEST. “Kanye was the homie. He’s still the homie. That is his wife. They got a family. I love them. They’re great.”
Actress GABRIELLE UNION recently revealed how her parents divorce may have helped her become a good stepmother.
During appearance on The View, the Being Mary Jane star said, “I’m lucky that I come from a family that went through divorce. My parents were married for 30 years before they got divorced and I’m sure after 30 years there were bitterness, anger, and resentment and fear and all sorts of things.”
UNION continued, “But I don’t know because they never made it our issue, they handled their divorce and our subsequent transition into a blended family with grace and dignity and respect and always put us first and didn’t involve us. So I’m lucky that I can just mirror what my parents did and always put the kids first.”
Check out the video inside…READ + SEE MORE INSIDE111