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Jamie Foxx Nails John Legend, Doc Rivers and Jennifer Hudson Impersonations [VIDEO]

Sometimes we forget how talented Jamie Foxx is!

During Jimmy Fallon’s “Wheel of Impressions” segment he quickly reminded us that not only is he a great singer but he is also really funny on top of that! 83 more words


Lee Daniels Details How ‘Empire’ Reflects His Own Life in Adweek

There’s no doubt that Lee Daniels has injected shades of his own life into “Empire.”

From artist Jamal Lyon being beaten as a child by his homophobic father Lucious to Cookie and Lucious being a reflection of him and certain members of his family to Cookie’s son Hakeem being beat with a broom by his mom or misbehaving , “Empire goes deeper than just an ordinary project for Daniels, who serves as the show’s co-creator, executive producer, writer and sometimes director. 844 more words


Revenge: Series review

Finally, it’s over. After 4 seasons, Emily Thorne/Amanda Clarke (Emily Van Camp) can finally put her journey of revenge to rest. While it’s sad to see a good show go, I still think that the series finale couldn’t have come any later. 1,592 more words


Grab Some Tissues: 'Ellen' Gifts Selfless Houston Teacher With Biggest Check In Show's History [VIDEO]

Ellen DeGeneres gives out a lot of gifts and money on her talk show, but one of the largest checks in the history of her program took place on today’s episode. 164 more words

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: ‘American Idol’s’ Season Finale

Season 14 of American Idol came to an epic end last night with star-studded performances by Jamie Foxx and Chris Brown, Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull, The Jackson 5 and Janelle Monae. 64 more words

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Morris Chestnut Leads Fox’s Miami-Based Drama ‘Rosewood’ (Trailer)

It’s “Miami Vice” meets “Crossing Jordan” but with Ricky from “Boyz N the Hood.”

Fox set its new procedural drama “Rosewood” in picturesque Miami, with picturesque… 182 more words


African-Americans On TV Honored At Star-Studded Gala

NEW YORK (AP) — When Oprah Winfrey was a youngster, the mere sighting of an African-American on television was occasion to alert all the neighbors, she recalled. 383 more words

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