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v19_VirginiaCampins_Virginia_EveWe hope Jennifer Williams of “Basketball Wives” is seriously lawyered-up ’cause the producers of the show are taking their feud to the next level according to TMZ.

It seems they plan on filing a lawsuit against her for publicly trashing the show.

If you recall … producers of VH1′s hit series were PISSED after Williams filed a lawsuit against fellow cast member Nia Crooks after she slapped Williams in the face while taping an episode.

Due to its popularity, it’s now numero uno for the second week in a row.

Over the weekend, the ensemble comedy, based on Steve Harvey’s book, “Think Like A Man, Act Like A Lady,’” made id="mce_marker"8 million, according to studio estimates from box office tracking firm The encore weekend lifts the id="mce_marker"2 million film’s overall revenue to $60.9 million, more than 3 times what analysts anticipated.

Could this mean a sequel is in the offing? It certainly could. reports that Screen Gems may greenlight a follow-up to the hilarious romantic comedy starring Taraji P. Henson, Michael Ealy and Kevin Hart, among others. The plot could be about marriage and the script could include a trip to Las Vegas, which would make sense because one of the pairs ended their storyline with an engagement.



v19_mary_j_bligeE! Entertainment Television will today announce it has picked up “Opening Act,” a new talent competition by “American Idol” executive producer Nigel Lythgoe, R&B singer Mary J. Blige, and producer Antonina Armato from Rock Mafia.

The trio will search the Internet to find talented amateurs and give them a chance to open for an A-list music star, reports Music acts on board to take in aspiring musicians to open for one show on their current tours are Nicki Minaj, Rod Stewart, LMFAO, Brad Paisley, Jason Aldean, Jason Mraz and Gym Class Heroes.

v19_Marlon WayansMarlon Wayans is ensuring the family’s legacy will continue to thrive.

He’s investing in his nephews Craig Wayans and Damien Dante Wayans as executive producer of their new BET series called “Second Generations Wayans.” It’ll be a cross between popular show “Entourage” and “How to Make It in America.”

v19_CharlieWilsonCharlie Wilson is on a mission. He’s taking advantage of his celebrity to bring awareness to prostate cancer.

A survivor of the disease, the singer wants to send a message to African American men, alerting them of the issue through national campaign, M.A.P. (Making Awareness a Priority).


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