Check out why we're jamming with our morning brew: Cedric the Entertainer is getting his own series, Terry McMillian tweeted that we should be seeing a "Waiting to Exhale" sequel in theaters soon, and Beyonce's newest song "Girls (Who Run the World)" has leaked. Check out the latest from the dance diva and let us know if you're diggin' it...
Check out why we're jamming with our morning brew:
- For many Beyonce stans, the wait for new music is officially over! Late last night, a full version of her "Girls (Who Run the World)" hit the blogosphere and boy did it make a splashy debut. I think it's safe to say we can expect a new video in coming weeks — being that she's been spotted filming all over L.A. Check out "Girls" below and let us know if you're be jamming to it...
- Chris Brown's new album "F.A.M.E." was certified gold a mere three weeks after its release. Congrats to Brown, it's a step in the right direction for his career and it shows that fans haven't given up on him. [That Grape Juice]
- Terry McMillian tweeted some fabulous news last night. The author revealed that she's almost done with a "Getting to Happy" screenplay and says that the film should hit theaters next year. Let's hope all of the original "Waiting to Exhale" cast, including Whitney, is on board! [Clutch]
- The Obamas' tax returns have been released. Barack and Michelle earned a total $1.7 million. The couple paid a total $453,770 in federal tax and $52,568 in income state taxes to Illinois. [Eurweb]
- Hubby Nick Cannon says he's in "awe" of Mariah's strength during her pregnancy. "She is the most beautiful, strong person I've ever met. Seeing her go through this and have to literally just relinquish everything that she's always been, and sacrifice her being for her children is just the most beautiful thing I've ever seen." [People]
- Cedric the Entertainer is planning to have his own show on TV Land. The comedian is said to be working on a spinoff of "Hot in Cleveland," in which he'll play a minister. [Hollywood Reporter]
- Whoopi Goldberg has been tapped to judge the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival! In all, there are 38 judges who will decide what movies are the best. Tribeca Awards Night will be on April 28th. [Eurweb]