Keyshia Cole prepping biopic?
It looks like Keyshia Cole may once again be picking up plans to bring the story of her life to the screen.
Back in April 2009, sources close to the singer said she was trying to put together biopic, but not much had been heard about the project since then. Keyshia herself hadn’t even spoken about it publicly until now.
"So glad 2 be going home," she tweeted. "I will soon B meeting with my movie writer. Her name is Kate. She’s a wonderful woman. She really gets the struggle."
‘New Year’s Eve’ trailer released
Halle Berry is trading in scrubs for a cocktail dress in the trailer for New Year’s Eve. If you remember, this is the film Halle temporarily had to drop out of because of her custody battle with her baby’s father Gabriel Aubry.
Check out the trailer for New Year’s Eve below and keep an eye out for Ludacris and Sofia Vergara doing their thing in the film.
Royce Reed weighs in on Roman rumble
Royce Reed was half a world away when Tami Roman and Meeka Claxton started fighting in Rome, but that’s not going to keep her from speaking on it.
Royce told Bossip.com that she would have handled the situation differently. For starters, she wouldn’t have sat so close to Tami if they were arguing.
Kelly Rowland on pace for #2 debut
When Kelly Rowland dropped Here I Am earlier this week, legions of her fans showed up to catch it.
According to Hits Daily Double, Kelly’s album is on track to sell between 70,000 and 75,000 by next week, which could give it a #2 debut on the Billboard 200.
Chris Tucker talks inspirations
Comedian Chris Tucker visited Jay Leno on Wednesday and spoke about his predecessors who inspired him.
Chris, star of the Friday and Rush Hour franchises, said he used to go to the movies and watch Richard Pryor and Eddie Murphy on the big screen.
“Those type of movies I just resonated with it,” Chris explained. However, he said he didn’t know standup was what he wanted to do until a high school emcee gig.
Watch a clip from the interview.
Ex puts Star Jones on blast
Imagine Star Jones’ shock when, while signing her book, Satan’s Sisters, at a store in East Hampton, she was served with legal documents.
Apparently her ex, Al Reynolds, has filed suit against Star for violating their divorce agreement.
Al feels that Star’s book makes disparaging remarks about him, which is a violation of the terms they agreed to. He wants $50,000.
Having had trouble locating the celebrity attorney, Al decided to send the papers where he was sure she’d be.
According to reports, Star was “noticeably upset” by the incident.
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