Oprah wants to head to Broadway
Now that Oprah’s conquered the screen, both big and little, she’s ready to rule the stage again.
On Friday’s episode of "The Oprah Winfrey Show" she told Chris Rock, who was promoting his play titled The Motherf*cker With The Hat, that acting on Broadway is "the one thing I want to do."
Chris encouraged her theatrical ambitions, stating that it would be a life-changing experience. "I’m telling you, you will be a different person," he said.
"Well, we gotta find a play," Oprah said. "That’s my dream." This wouldn’t be her first foray into theater. Oprah brought The Color Purple to The Great White Way as a musical in 2005.
Ice-T and Coco get show on E!
Ice-T and his wife Coco are bringing a little more attention to their marriage with a new reality show. Their series, "Ice Loves Coco," will debut on E! in June.
While the couple usually likes to be a little more outrageous, "Ice Loves Coco" will feature the twosome at home as Ice works on his acting career and Coco focuses on her modeling.
Aretha’s new album available for pre-order
Aretha Franklin’s latest studio album (her 38th!), Aretha: A Woman Falling Out of Love, will be available May 3 exclusively at Walmart and Walmart.com. Fans can pre-order the 12-track CD now.
The Queen of Soul, who’s won 18 Grammy Awards, offered some words of advice for her female fans who might be able to relate to the album’s title.
“Take a good look at the photo of me on this album; this is how you’re supposed to look when you’re a woman falling out of love. Don’t sit by the phone waiting for him to call you, girlfriend; I want you to listen very closely to the lyrics of the songs on this album and you’ll hear a few good tips. Go out and have a ball!”
The Manzos (and more) are back!
“The Real Housewives of New Jersey” returns to Bravo on Monday, May 16.
It looks like Danielle Staub, the housewife all of New Jersey loved to hate, won’t be returning.
In her place are two new housewives, Kathy Wakile and Melissa Gorga, and of course, the Manzo women are back.
A lack of Danielle doesn’t necessarily mean a lack of drama. Take a look at the preview.
— Sonya Eskridge and Tracy L. Scott