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Wendy Williams.
Wendy Williams.
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Following her talk show being replaced by “Sherri” and a stint in a treatment facility for alcohol abuse, Wendy Williams was out and about in New York City on Nov. 21 and 22. On Nov. 21, the self-proclaimed Queen of All Media did a live interview at her former radio station WBLS’s Circle of Sisters Expo, where she revealed she ‘can’t wait’ to bring a new man into her life while sitting on the stage, reports the Daily Mail.

The next night, Williams was spotted entering her Manhattan apartment building dressed very chic in a green jacket over a black top and matching leggings. She accessorized the look with a Hermes Birkin bag and furry black boots.

Black Theatre United (BTU) is thrilled to announce its new executive Leadership Committee which includes President LaChanze, Vice President Michael McElroy, Secretary Lisa Dawne Cave, Treasurer Norm Lewis and Compliance Officer Tamara Tunie. Black Theatre United proudly kicks off the theatre season fulfilling two major pledges from the New Deal for Broadway, created in partnership with various Broadway theater owners, producers, creatives, and unions to honor Black theatre artists.
Flo Anthony
Flo Anthony.

On Sept. 13, the Shubert Organization officially renamed the Cort Theatre, the James Earl Jones Theatre; and on Nov. 1, the Nederlander Organization rechristened the Brooks Atkinson Theatre into the Lena Horne Theatre. “We are proud of the legacy that we are building, and we are grateful for your support as we continue to do the important work to preserve our history and ensure the legacy of Black theatre as American culture,” said the BTU Executive Leadership Committee.

Bounce announced a partnership with MGM to produce a new original series, “Act Your Age.” The multiple -camera, half-hour comedy tells the story of three vibrant, successful Washington D.C./Northern Virginia-area women in their 50’s who are each at a personal crossroads and who decide the best way forward in life is together. “Act Your Age” stars Kym Whitley and Tisha Campbell with special guest star Yvette Nicole Brown. The 16-episode first season of “Act Your Age” has begun production in Los Angeles and will premiere on Bounce in the spring of 2023.
 Jhene’ Aiko and Big Sean are the proud parents of a baby boy! The songstress and her rapper boyfriend welcomed son Noah Hasini on Nov. 8. Back in July, People Magazine confirmed that the couple was expecting. Aiko’s representative told the outlet, “The couple is overjoyed and looks forward to this next chapter.” The couple first met in 2012 and became close friends as they collaborated on several songs, then released the album “Twenty 88” together in 2016.

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