The 2016 BET Awards got realer than they've ever been on Sunday night.
"Just because we're magic doesn't mean we're not real."
Watch the entire speech (below)!
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Who are those two cute blondes we see??
It's Nicollette Sheridan and her adorbzable Golden Retriever Oliver!!
The two beautiful blondes were looking good, Nicollette wearing some comfy, casual clothes, dressed lightly to fight the heat that's currently blasting the West.
She and her precious doggy were spotted out and about in Malibu just yesterday.
They were dining with some friends, grabbing a late lunch at Taverna Tony's.
We wonder what they ate… maybe a tasty nicoise salad with a side of dog biscuits?? LOLz!
Either way, she looks like she takes really good care of herself and her dog!
We just know she's a great dog mama!
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She brought a wrongful termination suit against Desperate Housewives, but that first case ended in a mistrial.
So now she's finally back on track with a new trial date set!
Nicollette and Touchstone will square off in court once more on December 2nd an LA Superior Court judge ruled.
Now that her court date is set, she can relax and spend time doing other things… like walking her adorbz doggy!!
She was recently spotted walking her pup through Beverly Hills while wearing a nice all white ensemble.
Kinda matches her puppy dog. LOLz!
Lookin' good, you two!
Check out some more pics (below) of the cute couple.
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Yes, Nicollette Sheridan's legal war against ABC and Desperate Housewives is STILL going on, and YES, the courts are STILL not ruling in her favor!
And this time, it went as high up as the California Supreme Court!
As we all know, the actress' now-two-year-old lawsuit began when she asserted that she was wrongfully fired after series creator Marc Cherry struck her during an argument over her dialogue. These claims have since been dismissed, while her case against the network and producers resulted in a mistrial. And although she filed for a re-trial, her request was rejected, which led her to appeal to the Supreme Court!
But its chief justice Tani Cantil-Sakayue has determined
Who's that cutie looking all foxy and GORGEOUS?!?!?! Meh…Nicollette looks okay too…
Nicollette Sheridan took her pooch for a stroll through Malibu, keeping it simple with a tank and shorts.
With the scorching heat, it's hard to wear ANYTHING outside!!!
Check out more pics of Nicollette and her darling doggie (below) ASAP!!!
And Nicky leaves LITTLE to the imagination in the tank! Ha!
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You know that jury had to be desperate to get outta this one!
Cuz finally, after so much mess, an appeals court has determined that Nicollette Sheridan was not wrongfully fired from Desperate Housewives.
As we're sure you remember, Nicci also claimed she had been hit by show-creator Marc Cherry after a heated run-in over script dialogue.
Those charges were since dropped… but as far as the termination taboo goes, the judge says:
monster Munster mash!!
Portia de Rossi — of the late and great Arrested Development — just inked a deal with NBC to star as Lily Munster in their remake of the classic ‘60s horror/comedy.
Munsters 2.0 will actually be titled Mockingbird Lane.
Show runner Bryan Fuller and director Bryan Singer promise this will be a darker and more macabre version than your parents watched on TV!!
Portia’s matriarchal Munster was originally meant to be played by Mariana Klaveno of True Blood infamy — but she couldn’t get released from the contract on her Marc Cherry Hallmark pilot!
Portia’s co-stars on Mockingbird Lane include Jerry O’Connell and Eddie Izzard, who will play Herman and Grandpa Munster respectively.
We LOVE the cast so far and we’re really curious to see where NBC ultimately goes with this idea!!
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Looks as though it may very well be the end of the line for Nicollette Sheridan!
The actress had been attempting to secure a re-trial in her wrongful dismissal case against Desperate Housewives and its creator, Marc Cherry, but according to a ruling issued by the California Court of Appeals on Friday