What happens when the star of one of your most popular shows exits stage left?
It looks like BET is about to find out.
On Wednesday, Tia Mowry – the lead character on one of BET's most-watched shows, “The Game," announced she would not be returning next season, leaving a huge void in a storyline built largely around her.
Along with Jay-Z, fellow hip-hop artist T.I. also supports President Obama’s recently announced position on the same-sex marriage issue.
The ATL-based MC told MTV that he also believes that one "should be able to do whatever you want to do" when it comes to one's love life.
"Just to speak honestly and being frank, I don't care," Tip said about the ongoing political debate during an appearance Wednesday on "RapFix Live."
Imagine you’re cruising down the highway, minding your own business, when you spot a famous filmmaker trying to hitch a ride.
According to Entertainment Weekly, this actually happened Wednesday to members of the indie band Here We Go Magic as they were traveling through Ohio.
The hitchhiker, it turns out, was none other than “Hairspray” director John Waters.
The idea for this month's "Men in Black III" was actually born 11 years ago on the set of "Men in Black II," the sequel to 1997's initial sci-fi comedy hit.
As "MIB" franchise director Barry Sonnenfeld recently told CNN, he, along with stars Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones, was shooting one night, and while they waited on a set repair Smith revealed that he had an idea for the threequel.
"I said 'What,'" Sonnenfeld recalled, "'cause I was tired and there's Will full of energy, joy and happiness."
Five-time Grammy Award winner Donna Summer, who first hustled into our hearts in the 1970s, died Thursday morning. She was 63.
Having released 17 studio albums between 1974 and 2008, it seems fitting that we honor the Queen of Disco’s legacy by lacing up our dancing shoes. Starting at the beginning…
Remembering the 'Queen of Disco'
Photos: Disco legend Donna Summer
“Love to Love You,” originally released in 1975, is the provocative tune that first put Summer on the map. Her moaning and groaning throughout the track prompted Time magazine to tally up the number of orgasms that were simulated during the making of the song. (There are 22, for the record.)
Donna Summer may be gone, but the music she created is timeless, having not only defined an era but also serving as an influence for musicians who followed.
Hailed as the Queen of Disco, Summer's phenomenal success provided us with a seemingly endless supply of anthems: "She Works Hard for the Money"; "Hot Stuff"; "Love to Love You Baby"; and "Last Dance" all could easily find themselves in rotation today. Without a doubt, that enduring latter single will be heard around the world today in honor of her memory.
Donna Summer's legacy is lasting
Her family told CNN in a statement that they lost the icon early Thursday morning. Summer was "[a] woman of many gifts, the greatest being her faith. While we grieve her passing, we are at peace celebrating her extraordinary life and her continued legacy. Words truly can't express how much we appreciate your prayers and love for our family at this sensitive time."
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