Is this real life!?
Ch-ch-check out a candid pic of them together in the audience (below)!!!
[Image via Brian Mansfield/Twitter.]
Things have been looking up for Queen Latifah since her talk show was cancelled last year. The 45-year-old actor is starring in a musical biopic for HBO!
Queen plays iconic blues singer Bessie Smith in Bessie. And if the teaser is any indication, sh*t gets cray! Bessie is throwing vases, SANGIN her heart out on stage, and making out in the back seat of a car with Michael K. Williams — aka Omar from The Wire!
Get it, Bessie!
Watch the video (above) to see the teaser for this provocative blues biopic, airing May 16 on HBO!
Of course they were!
In Prince-like fashion, it started after midnight, with the music icon's band 3RDEYEGIRL taking the stage with him.
And there were plenty of celebs in attendance, like Beyoncé and Jay Z, and the couple even hopped on stage to dance! They weren't alone though! Queen Latifah, Chris Rock, Rosario Dawson, Questlove, Carmelo Anthony, and even MJ himself all joined in to groove on stage!
Simply fantastic! And for those interested, here's the setlist
Not cool — but she gave it a good run!
Queen Latifah won't be appearing on the network CBS with her talk show The Queen Latifah Show any longer, and that's because the network has cancelled her show after two seasons due to budget concerns and low ratings.
Queen Latifah thanked all of her staff in a beautiful note what she shared on social media:
Bill Cosby has been surrounded by rape allegations for years, and they're back with a vengeance.
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Following that emotional piece, his November 19th appearance on The Late Show With David Letterman has been cancelled, though it's not clear which party did the canceling. Regis Philbin will be taking his place.
Cosby also cancelled his recent appearance on The Queen Latifah Show, and in a recent NPR interview, he and his wife Camille
It's hard to believe it's been 13 years since the terrorist attacks on September 11th.
But despite the years between, most Americans have kept good on their promise to Never Forget. And they're proving it on social media.
See what everyone else had to say on this somber historic occasion (below):