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Since the glamour of black and white TV, fashion on-screen has always been a major visual element for viewers, sometimes with audiences tuning in just to see the clothes. Whether you love the fashion, the characters, or both, you are not alone. Not wanting to spoil the entire list for anyone, here are a few of the most fashionable black women to ever grace the small screen — and a few non-brown honorable mentions.
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Is it just us or are celebrities these days making more headlines with Twitter shade than talent? These celebrities have made drama and pot stirring part of their personal brand.
Age Ain’t Nothin’ But A Number In Hollywood: Older Actors Who’ve Portrayed Significantly Younger Characters
Since the beginning of film-making, directors have cast actors and actresses into roles based significantly on talent, often letting factors like age fall by the wayside. Age ain’t nothing but a number in Hollywood, and that’s evident when a 41-year-old Barber Streisand was cast to play a 17-year-old in Yentl, or a 34-year-old Stockard Channing was cast to play an 18-year-old girl in Grease. Let’s see what other actresses and actors are old enough to father or give birth to some of the characters they’ve played–or at least be a young aunt or uncle to them.
Donald Glover, who currently stars as 24-year-old college student Troy Barnes on Community, is just marginally older than his character by 5 years, making Glover 29 years old.
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If you ever wondered whether or not Beyoncé and Jay-Z were aware of the criticism they receive, they definitely do. And while they might try and ignore a majority of it, frankly, it seems Jay has had quite enough.
For a majority of the week I’m sure you’ve heard about everybody from Stacey Dash to Senator Marco Rubio publicly denouncing the couple’s decision to vacay and celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary with family in Cuba. Even some Republican representatives sent a letter to the U.S. Treasury Department asking for more info on their trip, wondering if they had received the proper paperwork and permission to travel. Well, according to Reuters, they definitely received proper approval from the U.S. Treasury Department for their trip, so it might be time for folks looking for conspiracies and such to move on to a new target.
…But first! Jay-Z took a moment (not clear whether it was during the Cuban trip or if they’re already back in the U.S.) to write his own letter, in song form, for the critics coming his way for said trip, and even the reports that he’s selling his stake in the Brooklyn Nets. In “Open Letter,” produced by both Timbaland and Swizz Beatz, he let’s his feelings known: “When you gettin’ too much bread, they try and jam you…” And of course, shots were fired at the same politicians who were blasting the Cuba trip: “Politicians never did Isht for me / Except lie to me, distort history/Want to give me jail time and a fine / Fine, let me commit a real crime”
And as for the Brooklyn Nets, sounds like he is selling his stake, but he had a few words about that as well:
“Would have brought the Nets to Brooklyn for free, except I made millions off of you f**kin’ dweeb/I still own the building/I’m still keeping my seats/You buy that bulls**t, better keep your receipt/Obama said chill, you gon’ get me impeached/You don’t need this s**t anyway, go chill with me on the beach”
Somebody up and got Jay-Z’s panties in a knot. But it makes for a banger! Check out the track below and let us know what you think of the song.
Jay-Z and Beyoncé spending their fifth wedding anniversary in Cuba sparked public outrage among American citizens and government officials alike. Some revealed that they were shocked by the hip-hop power couple’s decision to support the Cuban government, expressing that their trip showed them to be rather insensitive to those who are victims government’s oppressive ways. Two members of congress even went as far as to investigate the nature of the trip to ensure that the Carters weren’t breaking any laws, as America’s 51-year-old Embargo Act prohibits Americans from visiting the island solely for tourism purposes. It was revealed that the couple did not violate any laws and had obtained proper authorization from the Department of Treasury prior to their excursion. While all of the insanity surrounding the trip appeared to calming down a bit, former Single Ladies actress Stacey Dash took to her Twitter account last night to let it be known that she does not approve of “The Jay-Z’s” trip and neither should you.
This isn’t the first time the 46-year-old actress has come out offering her views and opinions on political issues. It appears that many find it difficult to take her seriously though. Stacey’s Twitter mentions lit up almost immediately with users mocking her for her views.
Does Stacey have a point or is she just seeking relevancy by piggybacking onto the latest controversy to make headlines?
Remember when you were 10 and 11 and you thought you could do anything and there still might be monsters in your closet and magic was possibly real? Well, we have these movies to thank for that. When we were kids, we absolutely loved these flicks and as adults, we officially consider them our childhood faves.
Baseball commentator Scott Smalls reminisces about the summer of ’62, the year his family moved and he first fell in love with the game of baseball. It was in “The Sandlot” that he learned first-hand the meaning of teamwork and camaraderie. He also realizes everyone abstains from hitting a homerun over the sandlot fence because there’s a ferocious dog guarding the property. As luck would have it, the first time Scott “borrows” his stepfather’s autographed baseball without asking, he hits it over the fence and has to go retrieve it. A classic cult favorite, “The Sandlot” spawned three direct-to-video sequels.
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Stacey Dash and “normal” should not be in the same sentence. Mitt Romney’s biggest supporter is making her return to acting in a new YouTube short-series titled “Stacey Dash Is Normal.”
In the clip, we see the breath-taking Stacey fumble her way through a day that just keeps getting worse as it progresses and oh yeah she pleasures herself in front of her dog!
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The future of a kid star or teen actor is an unsure one. We learned this fact from the entire cast of Different Strokes… and, actually the stars of MOST eighties sitcoms, including Jaimee Foxworth, who played the youngest daughter, Judy, on Family Matters for the first few seasons before her character was suddenly dissolved and wound up doing adult films. So, for a star to not only survive the kid star to adult role transition–continuing to have a thriving career, but to also transition into a stunningly attractive adult, that is an amazing feat. Actresses and actors such as Hilary Duff, Dakota Fanning and Joseph Gordon-Levitt are looking better than ever, so let’s check out who’s looking better with time in our community.
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It seems like everyone in Hollyweird wants to be a double — or even triple — threat. Will Smith acts, Drake raps, and Snoop’s made so many cameos we’ve lost count. But crossing over ain’t for everyone. Check out these 15 celebrities who tried to step out of the box but should go right back in it.
No, Just No: Stacey Dash Randomly Returns With New Show (And A Trailer For It) Called “Stacey Dash Is Normal”
After months of drawing the ire of past fans and side eyes from damn near everybody for using her support for Mitt Romney as an opportunity to get attention, Stacey Dash’s favorite candidate has lost, and Dash is back to the drawing board when it comes to trying to get people to pay attention to her again. She’s tried her hand at music, tried to explain why the Republican Party lost so badly in November as a surprise co-host on The View, and now, she’s trying to get back on television–one way or the other. Enter Stacey Dash Is Normal, the new show (not sure if it will be a web series or if she has her fingers crossed that a network will pick it up) starring the actress who is seen playing a very angry black woman cussing just about any and every person out that she can find, smoking weed out of an apple, and sleeping with a man who has an epiphany after the fact that he just might be gay. It’s clear that the trailer is supposed to be funny, but it just comes off mad awkward because it seems to be a phony attempt to be something like “Curb Your Enthusiasm”–but Dash isn’t funny on a Larry David level. I mean damn, she’s not even funny on a Doug Williams level, but hey, whatever works. The show has been created by Dash and her colleague Abe Schwartz and is the first real acting project we’ve seen her do since Vh1′s Single Ladies. But no classy and stylish Val Stokes. This time around, Dash is showcasing a more over-the-top version of herself, and who knows, maybe this is the Dash everybody talks about behind the scenes (Enter D.B. Woodside calling out Dash for being super-cray on-set). Either way, I’ll pass if and when it gets picked up as an actual series on TV or online. But hey, you might like it. Check out the trailer and let us know what you think!