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(TopL-R) Executive producer Holly Carter, Bishop Clarence McClendon, Bishop Ron Gibson, producer Lemuel Plummer (Front L-R) Bishop Noel Jones, Minister Deitrick Haddon, Pastor Jay Haizlip and Pastor Wayne Chaney speak onstage at the ‘Preachers of L.A.’ panel during the NBCUniversal Oxygen portion of the 2014 Summer Television Critics Association at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on July 14, 2014 in Beverly Hills, California. 275 more words
*Even in a place like “Gotham,” a black woman is still worried about water touching her hair.
Let’s just say that the introduction of Jada Pinkett Smith’s crime boss character Fish Mooney in the pilot of Fox’s anticipated Batman prequel makes it clear that her outward appearance is just as important to her as the business she handles in Gotham’s seedy underworld, where future villains like Penguin, Poison Ivy, Catwoman and The Riddler are just beginning to operate. 105 more words
Chrisette Michele may be the new addition to “R&B Divas: LA,” but she’s not letting reality TV get in the way of her music. She’s currently working on her forthcoming album The Lyricist Opus, and she tells “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show” there’s two unique and amazing components to the project. 68 more words
Seven months after giving birth to her second son Quincy, radiant Christian actress Kim
Fields, 45, returned to the small screen to rave reviews.
Starring alongside Lisa Whelchel, 51, in the Hallmark film “For Better or for Worse,” Tootie and Blair from the… 104 more words
Sherri Shepherd’s woes are multiplying. In an already tough year that has seen her seven-year stint on The View end as well as her marriage to second husband 119 more words