While doing promo for this current season of Saturday Night Live, when asked about what the show will do when the need to spoof a black female character arises, Kenan Thompson told TVGuide.com, “I don’t know. We just haven’t done them.” He added, “Maybe [Jay Pharaoh] will do it or something, but even he doesn’t really want to do it.”
Thompson blames the lack of quality black female comedians. “It’s just a tough part of the business,” he tells TV Guide. “Like in auditions, they just never find ones that are ready.”
Well some female actresses/comedians are not featuring what Miss Kenan had to say at all. These funny women put together a rather funny montage of clips, mocking some of pop cultures biggest stars just as SNL would. The end result is a gut busting ball of laughter. Check out the video. Continue reading
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By: Brian Rayfield
Bravo is gearing up for its Season 6 premiere of the Real Housewives of Atlanta, and you know what that means. Yes, some of our favorite, and not so favorite Georgia Peaches are making their rounds in the media circuit. And we all know, wherever there is attention to be given, Kenya Moore is sure to be close.
Miss Kenya appeared earlier this week on Access Hollywood Live to rehash some of last seasons “old-ass drama,” and to spill some tea on the hell she is expected to raise season 6. We all know tension has been brewing between the former Miss Biloxi USA and the “Very Rich” Nene Leakes. Chile, let’s just say, she was throwing subtle shade toward Nene for a good portion of the interview. Kenya basically told Access Hollywood Live that her and Nene’s drama is due to the fact that Nene is no longer in Hollywood, and wants to have a problem, for the sake of having a problem. “People make a problem with you because they want to have a problem with you.” Catch that. Continue reading
By now, everyone knows that Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker are producing a stage play called A Mother’s Love. The play is set to run in Atlanta November 22-24 at the Rialto theater. The play features Kandi Buruss, Shirley Murdock, Eddie Levert and a slew of other big names. Anyway, while taking a break from our table read, I was blogging and minding my business when I caught wind of an argument that was taking place to the left of me. Apparently you can’t tell fables and fairy tales about your Atlanta roots when there are other native Atlantans in the vicinity to fact check you.
We have been having such a good time as a cast at rehearsal. I will try my hardest to capture the best behind the scenes moments of A Mother’s Love. See what happens when Kandi tried to trip Q. Parker up… Continue reading
Taken from press release:
On Saturday night, dozens of women convened in the name of charity to raise awareness, give their time and provide donations in celebration of Breast Cancer Awarness month. R&B singer Tweet hosted, Glamourta’s, a ladies night out fundraiser dedicated to raising funds to benefit the American Cancer Society.
Women of all ages decorated bras, accessorizing at styling stations with bows, glitter and lace at the Painted House of Dolls, a new luxury beauty bar in the heart of Buckhead. Attendees enjoyed tapas provided by Infusion Bistro, delicious cupcakes by Sweet Shot Cupcakes and liquor by Le Grand Saint Sparkling Vodka.
Hat-titude Support Atlanta, Inc. is an Atlanta-based non-profit dedicated to cancer awareness and education. For more information, please visit: www.hat-titude.com.
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