What happens when you mix an Academy-Award nominated actor who obviously needs to catch up on a few utility bills with 17 bundles of premium Malaysian hair purchased from Aliexpress? A television project that promises to deliver delight to Project Chicks across the globe . . . and booming Instagram enterprise.
Actor and smoldering piece of sexual chocolate Idris Elba will join K. Michelle as she brings her latest album ‘Rebellious Soul’ to the small screen with the premiere of ‘K.Michelle: Rebellious Soul – The Musical’ airing August 19 on VH1.
Per our friends over at Rap-Up, the “Bring That Finger Hut Catalog In Here” singer plays a “stripper that falls in love with the man of her dreams only for heartbreak and drama to later ensue.”
Shit, that just sounds like NBA All-Star Weekend.
Laverne Cox has never looked more stunning.
Beywulf treated her diligent wig crypt employees early on Sunday morning by dropping the remix of her infectious song “Flawless” featuring Nicki Minaj and an assortment of Popeyes coupons in the break room. Almsgiving, hoe.
On the track, she addresses the now infamous elevator scuffle between sister Solange and husband / pre-approved purse watcher Jay-Z.
“We escalate, up in this bitch like elevators, of course sometimes shit go down when there’s billion dollars on an elevator,” Bey sings. “You can say what you want. I’m the shit,” she continues. That’s cute in theory. Now, can Mathew Knowles get a verse?
The song does not directly address the continuing rumors of Bey and Jay heading for divorce. It’s timing, though, could be seen as a way to deflect attention from all the catty talk. On the other hand, the reference to the couple representing a “billion dollars on an elevator” plays right into stories the Daily News reported this week which characterize the relationship between Bey and Jay as having far more to do with business than passion at this point. | New York Daily News
But that’s none of my business. Check out the track after the jump.
Get you a piece, whore! The Little Wig That Could is ready for her time in the spotlight. All eyes were on Traci Braxton as she filmed the music video for her single “Last Call” in Los Angeles on Monday.
Check out more flicks from the set and listen to the track after the jump.
Ten words guaranteed to improve the status of your day: LaToya Jackson is back with a brand new music video. Rebbie could possibly — never
“Feels Like Love” is considerably more refined than those tunes but it’s still outrageous in its own kooky way. La Toya coos seductively about tearing up the dance floor with her man before serving dictator realness with a hilarious spoken interlude (“I want everyone in every country to stand up and do what I say!”). As for the video? The thinking man’s Jackson puts on a master class in glamor, allure and elegance. | Idolator
Janice Combs and Hottie from the first season of ‘Flavor of Love’ share more in common than what casually meets the eye. Mama Combs’ affinity towards blonde wigs that should be classified as an inhumane act has never been stronger.
Here she is taking in the action
alongside a handful of Marlo Hampton’s former sponsors at the Minimale Animale collection viewing during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim 2015 in Miami on Monday (July 21). Let us pray.
Wendy Williams linked up with Sherri Shepherd, Danielle Brooks, Lil Jon, Bow Wow, Erica Mena and AARP (no really, check the background) to celebrate her 50th birthday in New York City last night. Under normal circumstances I would take a moment to reflect in detail about the time someone in the comments section said that Sherri has the stance of a pitbull terrier wearing heels but I’m pressed for time today.
Also spotted inside the birthday bash: Dule Hill, Rochelle Aytes, Joe and a host of other people I’m not going to bother downloading pictures of, soooo yeah.