Rolling Out

Watch Sydelle Noel discuss displaying Black love on season 2 of ‘GLOW’

[jwplayer Oe1J7P8s]

Netflix’s second season of GLOW (Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling) is set to premiere on Friday, June 29. The ’80s-inspired comedy will return with the lady wrestlers dealing with the highs and lows of their rising fame.

Rolling out recently talked with Sydelle Noel, who plays a character named Cherry Bang a professional stunt woman who’s married to her best friend. Watch Noel talk about demonstrating strong Black love.

Watch Sydelle Noel discuss displaying Black love on season 2 of 'GLOW'
Photo Provided: Netflix

More from Rolling Out

Actor and hip-hop artist Nuri Hazzard (Photo by Derrel Jazz Johnson for rolling out)
Nuri Hazzard discusses his roles in the play 'Syncing Ink'
Path to purpose meditation
Family Food Fest
10th annual Family Food Fest on Father's Day honors founder, late Diane Larché
Reginae Carter
Reginae Carter chronicles her dating experiences on the BLK app
Mindfulness of the present moment meditation
Actress, singer and dancer LaDawn Taylor (Photo by Derrel Jazz Johnson for rolling out)
LaDawn Taylor discusses upcoming show at 54 Below and entrepreneurship
Porsha WIlliams
Porsha Williams is pumped to have 'Pampered by Porsha' in Bloomingdale's
Funky Dineva speaks to rolling out
Funky Dineva laughing to the bank as he succeeds as national content creator
Attorney Mawuli Davis
Davis Bozeman Law partners get Deacon Holloman family $3.8M in wrongful death
Actress and director Sanaa Lathan (Photo by Derrel Jazz Johnson for rolling out)
Sanaa Lathan reflects on making 'Love & Basketball'

New from Rolling Out

Skepta reflects on the evolution of rap battles and his new Puma line
What medical experts say about how frequently to have a colonscopy
Terrence Howard
Terrence Howard's unconventional views and Hollywood journey
Anthony Edwards' quip inspires new Minnesota tourism slogan
Signs it's time to end a long-distance relationship
Metro Boomin makes $100K donation to women-based charities
Antonio Brown files for bankruptcy
Mariah The Scientist’s 'To Be Eaten Alive Tour' electrifies the House of Blues

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Rolling Out