It’s a Bronx, New York reunion as Fat Joe and Jennifer Lopez link up for “Stressin.”The clip was directed by Eif Rivera.
Watch Joey Crack and Jenny From The Block do their thing below.
Dondre Whitfield will join the gang on BET’s “Real Of Husbands Of Hollywood” as a regular in Season 4.
BET announced a fourth season renewal earlier this month and production began this week in LA, according to Deadline.com. (Season 3 premiered on Tuesday, Oct. 14.)
Created by Kevin Hart and Chris Spencer, “Real Husbands” debuted to more than 4 million viewers in 2013. Its cast includes Hart, Boris Kodjoe, Duane Martin, J. B. Smoove, Nick Cannon and Nelly.
Smoove will CONTINUE on the show but is not expected to be a regular in Season 4 because of his primetime gig, CBS comedy “The Millers.” “Real Husbands” Season 3 wrapped production before Smoove started on the sitcom last season.
Whitfield, husband of actress Sally Richardson Whitfield, most recently recurred on ABC’s “Mistresses.” His other TV credits include “All My Children,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Cold Case” and “CSI: Miami.”
“Real Husbands Of Hollywood” airs Tuesdays at 10 p.m. on BET.
He has a line of perfume, T-shirts, jewelry…and now his own flavors of macarons.
Producer Pharrell Williams, also a coach on NBC’s “The Voice” for this season and next season, has swiveled his red chair toward the sweets hustle with limited edition macarons in peanut butter and cola flavors.
Pharrell hooked up with high-end bakery Ladurée and French retailer Colette to release the two flavors in conjunction with his upcoming shows at the Paris Zenith Arena.
Colette has also dubbed this entire week “The Pharrell Week” and is also releasing a variety of the singer’s merchandise, including his Comme des Garçons perfume, T-shirts, jewelry and, of course, the macarons.
The box of six cookies retails for about $22, but are only available in Paris (for now).
Queen Latifah will host the 2014 Hollywood Film Awards, it was announced Friday morning.
The talk show host will emcee the Nov. 14 event at the Hollywood Palladium, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The two-hour event will be broadcast for the first time on CBS, beginning at 8 p.m. ET (Pacific zones will be tape-delayed).
“I’m honored to be a part of such a legendary award show,” said Latifah in a statement. “The Hollywood Film Awards have been a staple in the awards season for years, and I’m excited to be the first host to bring them to television!”
CBS will broadcast a red carpet arrivals special beginning at 7:30 p.m. on CBS. It’ll be followed by a live one-hour recap and interview PROGRAM with “CBS This Morning” anchors Charlie Rose, Norah O’Donnell and Gayle King.
The Hollywood Film Awards, founded in 1997, is produced by Dick Clark Productions.
This morning, Aretha Franklin sat for a series of SATELLITE interviews to promote her upcoming album, “Aretha Franklin Sings the Great Diva Classics.”
The Queen of Soul was beamed into a number of different local and CABLE morning programs to plug the album, but as Gawker hilariously points out: “As a result of the SATELLITE delay, Franklin’s faulty earpiece, her lack of sleep, and her general does-not-give-a-f**k-ness, a comedy of errors ensued.”
Interviewer: You also do a mashup, talk about that.
Aretha: I do a what?
Click here to watch.
John Legend and his supermodel wife Chrissy Tiegen are trying to sell their home in the Hollywood Hills for nearly $2 million so they can trade up to a larger property, reports the New York Daily News.
“We’re ready to expand a little bit,” Legend told the Wall Street Journal, which first reported the listing. “If we could have the twice-as-big version of this place, we would get it.”
The three-bedroom property encompasses 2,000 square feet and has a built in recording studio, from which Legend recorded some of his most recent album, “Love in the Future.”
It was built in the 1960s and has Asian-inspired décor, such as a gated bronze entrance with carvings of a Thai village and a back garden with a planted reflecting pool.
Take a tour of the property in the video below:
Will Smith and Tom Hardy are looking to join director David Ayers for the superhero pic “Suicide Squad,” based on the DC comic series about super-villains who are forced to go on covert missions for a shadowy government agency, Deadline reported.
“The Wolf of Wall Street” star Margot Robbie is also in talks for a role in the film, according to the Deadline.
It’s unclear what roles the actors would be playing in the movie that’s planned for a 2016 release. But the team roster in the comics has included the likes of the assassins Deadshot and Deathstroke, AQUAMAN foil Black Manta, Joker sidekick Harley Quinn, and Flash foil Captain Cold.
Will Smith previously dabbled in the superhero genre with “Hancock.”
Warner Bros’ earlier this week announced its plan to bring 10-12 DC superhero movies to the big screen through 2020. The first of those films, “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” – which introduces Ben Affleck’s Batman and Gal Gadot’s WONDER WOMAN to Henry Cavill’s Superman — lands on March 5, 2016.