Bravo recently released a sneak peak into the second season of the hit reality show Married To Medicine.
Last season’s cast membersMARIAH HUQ, QUAD WEBB-LUNCEFORD, Dr. SIMONE WHITMORE, Dr. JACQUELINE WALTERS and TOYA BUSH-HARRIS have all returned while Lisa Nicole Cloud and Dr. Heavenly Kimes have named as addition to the cast in the absence ofKARIE WELLS, who departed from the show after one season.
Set to air April 6th at 9PM, a sneak peak into Bravo’s Married To Medicine Season 2 can be seen above.
The hip hop veteran tweeted, “All of us love @OfficialKimora but the fact is she is happily married. Tim is has been family for a while now. #gossipcop.”
SIMMONS and her new husband TIM LEISSNER were spotted rocking rings on their engagement fingers this past December but have yet to announce their union publicly.
Rumors of SIMMONS dating BABY surfaced after the BIRDMAN uploaded an image of himself with the former model proclaiming that she was the “love of his life.”
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According to reports, HOWARD has reportedly signed on to star in the upcoming pilot of LEE DANIELS directed FOX series, Empire as a “charismatic, savvy music superstar who is about to take his company, Empire Entertainment, public.”
HOWARD will play a street hustler-turned-record label head named Lucious Lyon, who is about go public and he’ll do anything to protect his rap empire. The show is looking to cast two more leads: Jamal, a 24-year-old soul singer who happens to be gay, and Hakeem, an in-shape, 20-year-old singer and hip-hop artist.
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During a recent appearance on the Ellen Degeneres Show GREEN revealed, “I’m going to miss ‘The Voice,’ too. I’m not coming back guys.”
After four years on the show as a coach, GREEN continued, “I’m going to continue my relationship with NBC. I have a television show development deal with them as well. And hopefully some other talk show opportunities for later in the year.”Photo Source: PR Photos
PERRY uploaded an image of himself on the set of The Tyler Perry Show with the caption, “Look what I’m working on. Coming on next Tuesday after #HavesAndHaveNots only on @OWNTV.”
Full details have not been disclosed, however, TYLER PERRY joins QUEEN LATIFAH, WENDY WILLIAMS, ARSENIO HALL, and STEVE HARVEY, as the fifth African American currently with their own talk show.
Benjamin began, “On February 16, 2014, Saving Our Daughters was mentioned on the episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta as being honored with a fundraiser on its behalf. Much to our delight, we were indeed honored to be chosen. After all, one of our largest financial contributors, Mrs. Nene Leakes who has been responsible for contributions in the thousands of dollars throughout the years, is a member of the cast.”
He concluded, “To protect the integrity of Saving Our Daughters, our records show that we did not receive any of the proceeds raised from Ms. Moore’s masquerade ball. However, we do appreciate the contribution we did receive of $500 for our annual Christmas doll drive for children with cancer.”
Click here to read Curtis Benjamin’s statement in its entirety.
Featuring an appearance from B-Ford, “Haterz,” has the Queen Bee venting about the shady music industry and fans with questionable loyalty.
Set to appear on LIL KIM’s upcoming, Hard Core mixtape, “Haterz,” can be heard below.
Culinary artist KELIS recently released the visuals for her latest single, “Jerk Ribs.”
Following the eccentric songstress as she preps for photo-shoots and performances, “Jerk Ribs,” further proves KELIS’ singularity within R&B. Set to appear on KELIS’ Food album, “Jerk Ribs,” can be seen above.
African-American haircare has risen to become a highly profitable industry.
With billions of dollars spent yearly on everything from hair products to weaves and extensions, recent peaks in Black haircare profits can be largely attributed to an increase in Black owned haircare companies.
Often developing out of a necessity, Black owned haircare companies provide a solution to haircare problems not found in commercial hair companies.