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.
Last week, celebrity hairstylist Ursula Stephen celebrated her birthday with an intimate gathering at Boudoir nightclub in New York City. Joining the highly requested Brooklyn bred mane maven at her bash: Rihanna and Taraji P. Henson.
Affectionately called Ursie by friends, the Global Ambassador for Motions is often credited with transforming Rihanna from an island girl next door to one of pop culture’s premiere glowstick carriers.
A rep actress for Taraji P. Henson put gossip on ice that she is currently boo’d up with romantic comedy ‘Think Like A Man’ co-star Michael Ealy, telling website Gossip Cop “They are just great friends.”
According to the rumor mill, the pair was recently spotted bringing their on-screen chemistry to the real world by canoodling — and locking lips — while attending a basketball ball game at Madison Square Garden.
Ealy told BET.com that it was “literally a dream” to work opposite of Henson. “We have talked for years about us working together — the two dramatic actors that we are coming together to do something powerful — and we came together to do a comedy.”
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Lovely in a floral print dress, Taraji P. Henson returned to ‘The Wendy Williams Show’ on Monday (April 16) to promote her new movie ‘Think Like A Man’ due in theaters on Friday.
Speaking with Collider the ‘Person of Interest’ actress recently voiced her opinion on the industry labeling films with predominately African American stars as “Black movies.”
“I really wish Hollywood would stop labeling movies, especially movies with predominantly black casts. Then, it makes others feel like, ‘Oh, well, that’s not for me.’ At the end of the day, everybody understands love, loss, pain and heartbreak. That’s not a color.”