You girls are going to learn about playing in Kordell Stewart’s drag closet while he’s out of town! It’s a good thing that La La Anthony showed up to the Hollywood premiere of her new movie ‘Think Like A Man Too’ with husband Carmelo in tow. That’s a lot to leave all of that unattended.
Other couples making it a date night: Kevin Hart and Eniko Parrish, Chris Paul and Jada Crawley, DeVon Franklin and Meagan Good, Keri Hilson and Serge Ibaka, and Gilbert Arenas and Laura Govan.
Meagan Good made it rain with your tithe money while attending a photo call for ‘Think Like A Man Too’ held at the Beverly Hills Hotel on Saturday (June 7). What’s your verdict on her bible study approved fashion statement?
The actress (we’re not doning this today, stop laughing) was joined by her film co-stars Taraji P. Henson, Michael Ealy, Gabrielle Union, Kevin Hart, Terrence Jenkins, Regina Hall, Romany Malco, Jerry Ferrara, La La Anthony and Gary Owens.
The upcoming sequel to the 2012 hit movie inspired by Steve Harvey Mr. Hightower‘s book, Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, follows the couples as they all return for a Las Vegas wedding.
Meagan Good and her chola eyebrows were summertime fine while attending Nick Cannon‘s 3rd Annual Back To School Giveaway.
Speaking with Hip Hollywood at the event, the 32-year-old actress laughed off rumors that she is expecting her first child, explaining that snacking on “too much pizza too late at night” was the reason she sported a belly bulge on the red carpet at the 12 Annual InStyle Summer Soiree last week.
“I saw the picture,” she said with a laugh. “One picture my stomach looked flat, the other it looked like a baby bump. I was like okay.”
“Until y’all see us sitting together, don’t ask me about no OutKast. My kids stay over at Uncle Dre’s or go to his mom’s house. He and his dad come by to watch football and shoot pool. Only so many times you can say, “Aint nothing wrong.”"
– Big Boi chops it up about the possibility of an OutKast reunion, the duo developing their fashion sense and more in Vibe magazine’s February/March issue.
“Good or bad, someone sees a public person and they don’t know you. They only know about you. Based upon what they know about you, they make a judgment on what is good for you, but they don’t know you. The whole idea of he’s a preacher and she’s this, it blew my mind how many people had an opinion when God is the only one who directs our story. So, he knows where our story is going to go. They didn’t see how she fit or how I fit in her script, but I’m saying, ‘Wait a minute. When the last time you went before God? Before you gave me this note, before you posted that comment, did you pray?’”
Essence magazine celebrated the achievements Oprah Winfrey, Alfre Woodard, Gabrielle Union, Mara Brock-Akil, Quvenzhané Wallis and Naomie Harris at its annual Black Women In Hollywood Awards Luncheon at the Beverly Hills Hotel on Thursday afternoon (February 21).
The event recognizes the ‘Power of Our Presence’ by spotlighting the stellar accomplishments of African-American female performers and creators in film and television.
Experience the event vicariously by clicking through the gallery and by watching the recorded livestream inside.
Owner of the most exquisite chola eyebrows to come out of Black Hollywood in recent years, Meagan Good, turned on the charm while posing for photos during the first day of the 2013 NBC Universal TCA Winter Press at The Langham Huntington Hotel and Spa on Sunday (January 6) in Pasadena, California.
The actress (don’t do it, we are spreading positive energy today) stars as Detective Joanna Locasta in the new NBC series ‘Deception’.
Meagan revealed that she really only started acting as a hobby as a kid because she knew she was “never going to be good at cheerleading or sports.”