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Wendy Williams Calls Rihanna A “Holla Back Girl”

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Wendy Williams better watch out for the Rihanna Navy. While discussing her daily “Hot Topics,” Wendy was asked how she feels about Rihanna’s rumored romance with Drake. The veteran host responded by calling her a “hollaback girl.” Oop.

In case you were scratching your head on that one, watch Wendy’s explanation, below:

Way harsh.

Joseline Hernandez Joins Lee Daniels’ New Show ‘Star’

We watched Joseline Hernandez take acting classes on “Stevie & Joseline Go Hollywood” and it looks like all her hard work is paying off. The Puerto Rican princess landed a gig on Lee Daniels’ new show “Star.”

While discussing the process of transitioning from reality TV, Joseline revealed to VH1,

“You just gotta do your own thing and then you’ll be successful like me, and then you’ll end up having your own show and then you’ll end up doing something for Lee Daniels on FOX or different things like that.”

She added, “Yes, I did. I did something for FOX. I’ve worked [on] his new show, and it just got picked up.”

“Star” follows a female girl groups rise to fame while exposing the hardships of the music business. The FOX show will be filming in Atlanta and also stars Queen Latifah.

Bow Wow Is Coming To Late Night TV

Bow Wow Shad Moss’ name may often make headlines for silly things like the time Keyshia Cole reportedly egged his friends car, but he is about his business. The rapper-turned-TV-host is gearing up for his own late night talk show “Up With Bow.”

Shad made the announcement on Instagram, promising to bring our favorite celebs to late night like we’ve never seen them before.


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