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There are few things the average man takes as much pride in as his woman and his car.  Hoping to connect with car lovers everywhere, Vice TV is tapping in on the underground culture called, “donk racing,” where men take more pride in their candy-painted rides and outrageous rims than one would think is imaginable.…

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Sandra Oh has landed her third straight Emmy Awards nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a drama series. The “Killing Eve” star made history in 2018 when she became the first woman of Asian descent to be recognized in a lead actress category at the annual awards ceremony, and after bagging a second nomination in…

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Gayle King explains how she’s dealing with being single during the quarantine. The 65-year-old television personality doesn’t have a partner, and while her single status has “never bothered” her before, she’s finding it tough during the current health crisis as self-isolating in her home means she doesn’t have anyone to talk to. Speaking to “Entertainment…

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Wendy Williams has launched a hotline to help people suffering from substance abuse. The 54-year-old television host announced on Monday, March 3, 2019, that her family’s Hunter Foundation has partnered with T.R.U.S.T. — an organization dedicated to building a bridge from treatment to long-term recovery — to launch a national  hotline to provide resources to those suffering from…

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R&B singer Mario is setting the record straight about his relationship with Tinashe. The “Let Me Love You” hitmaker and the 25-year-old singer were spotted on what appeared to be a dinner date at Craig’s in West Hollywood recently. The 32-year-old hunk has insisted they are just friends, saying he and Tinashe “have a vibe” — but they…

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Baltimore filmmaker Dennis Williams broke into the industry by working in creative marketing and content for various digital media brands. Williams has come face-to-face with adversity, overcoming homelessness and moving to New York. It wasn’t until last year when Williams released his award-winning short film, Note to Self, that things began to turn around. His films…

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It’s impossible to put Nick Cannon in a box. The TV and music executive, father, actor and musician has created a lane for himself in entertainment over the past 20 years. From starting at Nickelodeon to present-day ventures such as Ncredible Entertainment and MTV’s “Wild ‘n Out,” to now even being an undergraduate student at Howard University, Cannon…

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Kyra Robinson is an agent of change in television. She’s an NAACP-nominated TV producer who got her start in Chicago. Through her relentless work ethic, she landed opportunities which led to her current role as a TV producer for OWN’s “Iyanla: Fix My Life.” Her story is just as inspiring as the work she does…

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Michael Greene isn’t new to lights, cameras, and someone yelling action. Read on to find out how Greene joined FOX‘s fun dating show “Love Connection,” and what he’s planning on doing next with his career. How did you hear about “Love Connection”? I had a Facebook page a while ago where I had a lot…

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Members of the Writers Guild of America voted on Monday to authorize a strike one week before their union contract is set to expire. Though this doesn’t mean the strike will happen, it does mean that the WGA can order its entire membership to stop working on television and movie sets if negotiations don’t result…

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Savannah College of Art and Design’s (SCAD) 5th annual aTVfest continued its three-day celebration of television and media productions with stars, screenings and workshops. Among the honorees recognized for their dynamic performances on the small screen were the fresh faces of Fox’s new prime-time musical drama, “Star,” created by directors Lee Daniels and Tom Donaghy. “We are…

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This show just can’t catch a break. Executives at A&E network have decided to cancel its “Generation KKK” documentary after discovering the interview subjects participating in the project were compensated “nominal” payments by third-party field producers. The news came by surprise after the network announced it was changing the name to “Escaping the KKK: A Documentary…

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Just when we thought the world of reality television couldn’t get worse, A&E decides to “be on the side of shining a light on things that aren’t really looked at” and showcase the Klan at a grassroots level in the South. The network has picked up an eight-part documentary series titled “Generation KKK” following prominent…

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