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Mo’Nique speaks on Netflix, gender and racial equality, and possible reconciliation with Lee Daniels on #SwayInTheMorning [VIDEO]

By Alyssa Debonair Staff Writer Nearly two decades ago, Mo'Nique established herself as a force in the industry. She dominated the "Queens of Comedy" and "The Parkers" became her show. Once that ended, Mo'Nique went into hosting "Showtime at the Apollo" and went into several successful films. However, in the era of

HHV TV Series of the Year: #STAR Season One

By Alyssa Debonair Staff Writer Yeah, it's that time again, and it's sad to see 2017 come to an end, but seeing what the future has to hold is something special. Coming into 2017, FOX fans didn't know what to think. After being so attached to "Empire," they knew nothing about

Cotton is dead and Omari killed her! #STAR fans are shocked at the winter finale and they demand that Cotton not die

By Alyssa Debonair Staff Writer One thing about it, Lee Daniels doesn't hold back, when it comes to his finales. On each of his shows, Daniels always promises that a major character will be forever changed. Last year, nobody thought "Empire" would actually kill Rhonda (Kaitlin Doubleday) until they did. Equally important

Lance Gross stay looking like a snack; #STAR fans are glad to have him back for a second week, on the show, and they predict he and Carlotta are gonna get together

By Alyssa Debonair Staff Writer Suddenly, Lance Gross has shown up everywhere, and he's been playing the bad guy, too. At the end of the summer, he was Big Dino on the TV One movie, When Love Kills, with Lil' Mama. Then, Lance Gross showed up on BET's "Tales," in the "Trap

50 Cent finally meets Lee Daniels! Posts pic with him, but says he kept a distance, because he knows all about the “freaky sh*t you and Puffy and them be doing” in caption [PHOTO]

By Ricki Says Staff Writer Considering all the negative things 50 Cent has had to say about "Empire," it's safe to say Lee Daniels is his rival. Plus, with 50 Cent being heavily involved in "Power," it makes even more sense for a rivalry. Then again, many people have TV shows,