Preview: ‘Single Ladies’
VH1 has released a clip of Single Ladies that will definitely have people tuning in for the premiere on May 30 at 9 p.m.
In this sneak peek posted below, Val, Keisha and April discuss their philosophies on men while getting pampered. Ah, to enjoy the good life while kicking back with your girls.
But what could possibly make the hopelessly romantic Val and a player like Keisha give their friend April, a desperate housewife, the side eye? Watch and see!
Mos Def joins ‘Dexter’
Mos Def has just snagged a recurring role on "Dexter" playing a man who just can’t seem to stay on the right path.
ComingSoon.net reports that Mos will play an ex-con named Brother Sam in a story arc spanning several episodes next season. Production begins next month in Los Angeles.
So what’s Sam’s story? The former inmate claims to have found God while in lockup. Tragicially, now that he’s out, he keeps finding himself surrounded by gruesome violence.
Find out how Mos winds up in all these dubious situations, and how he handles them, when the sixth season of "Dexter" debuts on Showtime this fall.
Wendy Williams weeps about Whitney Houston
Wendy Williams had another weepy moment on-air while talking about Whitney Houston. On Wednesday’s episode of "The Wendy Williams Show," the chat host got a little choked up while reporting about Whitney’s return to rehab.
It’s been rumored that Whitney is using crack again, and that bit of informaiton started Wendy’s water works. “I remember that girl," Wendy said pointing at herself as tears welled up in her eyes, "sweaty, hair in the face, grown…I remember that girl very well, I wrote the book and everything. I can own up to my mistakes."
After she got herself together, Wendy had a few words of advice (and encouragment) for the singer in the clip below.
Rihanna gets ticked off on Twitter
One Rihanna fan has learned that there are some things you just don’t say on Twitter (or anywhere else for that matter)!
When RiRi released the cover art for her upcoming single "Man Down," follower @NinyaBella tweeted, "Why does her hair look so nappy?"
To which Rihanna promptly responded, "@NinyaBella cuz I’m black b!tch!!!"
Pharrell gets TV gig
Pharrell William will help shape an online network as it moves to TV. The rapper announced that "effectively now" he will be acting as the creative director of Karmaloop TV.
"We feel like there’s a demographic that we speak to, the households that we reach already online—these kids tell us that we’ve changed their lives," Pharrell revealed. "We want to continue to do that by bringing programming that’s effective."
Pharrell speaks more about his vision for the network in the video below.
— Sonya Eskridge