Cabo Catastrophe: “Invite Only Cabo” Recap Episode 1&2

What happens when you put a “free spirit,” a divorcee looking for love in all the wrong places, a ladies’ man, and a bad and boujee entrepreneur with an emotional block in the same house, in a far away land? Thanks to Bravo, and celebrity hair stylist, Larry Sims, we are about to find out.

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9 Questions I Have After Last Night’s BET Awards


It’s that time of year of again-time to recap the BET Awards, that is. Last night, our friends over at Black Entertainment Television delivered yet another captivating award show that we’ll remember for years to come. From amazing Prince tributes, to some not so amazing performances, the BET Awards, like always, if nothing else, gave us something to talk about. After watching, I have 9 pressing questions that I need answered.

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10 Celebs I Like More After Social Media, 8 Celebs I Like Less, & 6 I Wish I Didn’t Follow


We all have our favorite celebrities. Some we like more than others. But let’s be honest, social media has really changed the way we look at some of our faves. Social media has allowed us to really get inside famous people’s heads…and sometimes, to be quite frank, I wish we didn’t have this kind of access.

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Tracee Ellis Ross Recreated Her Mom’s ‘Work That Body’ Video-I’m Here For It


SANTA MONICA, CA - MAY 14: (L-R) Actress Rhonda Ross Kendrick, son Raif Kendrick, Ross Arne Naess, Books and Cookies owner Chudney Ross, actress Tracee Ellis Ross, recording artist Diana Ross and actor Evan Ross attend the grand opening of Books and Cookies on May 14, 2011 in Santa Monica, California. (Photo by David Livingston/Getty Images)

Let me count the ways I love Tracee Ellis Ross. I didn’t think I could love her anymore, but now she’s outdone herself. If you live under a rock, you might not know that Tracee is the daughter of musical icon, Ms. Diana SnatchYourWig Ross. (Now ya know) And now Tracee is paying homage to her mother with an amazing new project, recreating her mom’s “Work That Body” video. Click below for more details!

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10 Moments That Rocked at #BlackGirlsRock


“Saying we rock is a response to our neglect.” That’s a quote from #BlackGirlsRock founder and executive director Ms. Beverly Bond. Bond, a visionary and social innovator has changed the game in more ways than one. Noted as one of the most influential DJ’s and trendsetters of our time, Bond is now taking the world by storm by empowering not only Black youth, but also Black women with BGR!. In 2010, Beverly Bond partnered with BET to share her BLACK GIRLS ROCK! vision with the rest of the world, and last night, we had the pleasure of taking part in the experience! Here are my top 10 moments that ROCKED from BGR!

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