They’ve made fun of Nascar, Scientology and everything else under the sun, so the next logical step for “South Park” seems to be mocking the cast of “Jersey Shore.”
New Jersey is taking over the nation state-by-state, and it seems that the residents of South Park are next, according to a press release from Comedy Central.“As the Jerseyites spill into Colorado and approach South Park, Randy and the boys stand strong against the onslaught.”
The preview available on “South Park’s” website shows Randy and Stan with guns hiding behind piles of discarded furniture.
The soundtrack for Tyler Perry's highly anticipated film, "For Colored Girls," will feature none other than the daughter of Nina Simone.
The legendary singer's daughter, who performs under the singular name Simone, has done a new recording of her mother’s classic song “Four Women” for Perry's forthcoming film.
Simone is the only child of the famed singer, and has herself starred in acclaimed Broadway musicals “Rent” and “Aida.” “Four Women” was written by Nina Simone, who died in 2003, and was originally released in 1966. It tells the story of four African American women.
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