Katt Williams vs. Mexicans

The state of Mexican relations in the United States isn't very good right now. It may have been made worse with the recent standup comedy show where Katt Williams literally berates him and possibly puts himself in danger.

Mexican gangstas may be gunning for him at this time. Take a look.



Thank goodness Katt is not in politics.

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Eazy E’s Little Girl: What I Wanna Do


The daughter of West Coast gangsta rap is all grown up and doing her own thing musically. But it's not rap.


Billboard Chat: Melanie Fiona



"It's a lot of reflection on love," Melanie Fiona says of her sophomore album, "The MF Life" (Oct. 25). A year after her debut album, "The Bridge," Melanie Fiona returns with an emotional rollercoaster of an album. Fiona has been giving us sneak peaks of what's to come, first with single, "Gone and Never Coming Back," and most recently with second single, "4 A.M."

Melanie Fiona Talks 'MF Life,' Overcoming 'One-Hit Wonder' Status
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"I'm so excited of what we were able to accomplish in the studio," say Rico Love, who penned "4 A.M." "I wanted to bring out another side of Melanie that no one has yet to see. Her voice is amazing and I wanted her fans to see the sultry side of her."

Just days before releasing "4 AM," Melanie talked to Billboard.com's The Juice on sophomore album, "The MF Life," "The MF Mixtape," and finding inspiration from love.

"If I could call it something it would be 'stadium soul,'" Melanie Fiona tells The Juice on "The MF Life." "The songs are just bigger. When I say soul I mean, it's the soul of the emotion that comes from within. It is everything that I've experienced and the emotions I've had to challenge. It's a lot of reflection on love. And I feel like every song, eventhough in differerent areas are about love, that they embody different moods and different reflections on love."

Meet Charlie's Dark Angel

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Meet Annie Illonzeh, ABC's newest selection for the remake of the 1976 mega-hit Charlie's Angels TV series.

Annie is of Negerian and American decent and is the first black angel the series has ever featured both on TV and in film. Annie will play Kate Prince who is a former Miami police officer. She'll team up with Minka Kelly (Eve),
Rachael Taylor (Abigail) and Ramón Rodríguez as Bosley. Robert Wagner was set to play Charlie but due to scheduling conflicts had to decline the role. No word yet on the recast.
Charlie's Angels is making history as it also cast Rodriguez as the first latino Bosley as well. The show has never had a non-white lead in its history running on TV or film. The show's fan base has always been diverse, maybe we'll see more diversity on film and TV as well.

The TV series will air on Thursdays at 8pm EST beginning in the fall and will premiere on Thursday, September 22, 2011, the 35th anniversary of the debut of the original Charlies Angels. According to creators of the remake, the characters are said to be real and emotionally grounded, but they still like to have fun, wear great clothes, solve crime, and kick some serious ass. Looks like this will be a whole new generation of Charlie's Angels.

Tia Mowry Shows Off New Baby Cree

Us Weekly has the exclusive photos of “The Game” star Tia Mowry and husband Cory Hardrict’s first child Cree Taylor Hardrict, born on June 28.

“He’s smiling, laughing and trying to talk,” Mowry, 33, tells Us of her little boy, who weighed 8 pounds when he arrived.

After giving birth to Cree via C-section, she and “Battle Los Angeles” star Hardrict, 31 have quickly discovered the joys of parenthood.

“At night, [Cree] takes a bath with me, and we bond. But I also love it when Cory sings to him. He makes up his own songs,” says Mowry.

Adds proud, hands-on papa Hardrict: “It’s teamwork!”

Warrior: What Would You Fight For?




When you have two brothers fighting to the death, who do you root for? Neither. You wait for one of them to tap out.

Tom (Tom Hardy) and Brendan (Joel Edgerton) are estranged brothers separated as kids. Coming from an abusive home, dad (Nick Nolte) was a drunken boxer and mom was an unwilling punching bag. Both boys took different paths in life when their parents split years ago. Fast forward and they are two very different men, but both talented fighters in grave need. When an opportunity to win a $5 million dollar purse in a mixed martial arts tournament comes around, both men prove worthy. But there's only one winner.

Warrior is a gritty and emotionally dramatic film. From beginning to end, both brothers had the audience on their side and rooting for them. But in the end, when the two face off you just sit and hold your breath and wait for the final bell. Warrior is an edge of your seat must see movie.

Warrior is in theaters on September 9, 2011.

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