Kelly Ro reportedly gets her own sitcom, and stars line up for Michael Jackson tribute.
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- Kelly Rowland is taking her talents to television. The songstress has reportedly landed a deal with a major cable network to star in her own sitcom. The yet-to-be-named show will begin filming its pilot episode in January 2012. [The YBF]
- Michael Jackson's mom Katherine is gearing up for an all-star tribute to her late son and is inviting a few major players along. Jay-Z, Kanye West, Cee Lo Green, and Usher have all reportedly been invited to participate. Rumor has it that Chris Brown has already turned down the offer due to "scheduling conflicts." [TMZ]
- Did Stacey Dash receive a pink slip from "Single Ladies" producers? On the heels of the show's drama-filled season finale last night, reports began to circulate that the actress had been fired from the show. Stacey has reportedly been acting like a diva on the set, picking fights with co-star Lisa Raye McCoy and canceling promo appearances. [Straight from the A]
- Yesterday Jay-Z and Kanye West's long-awaited "Watch the Throne" album was finally released and early sales predictions indicate that it could sell nearly 500,000 copies in its first week. That would make it the second highest debut of the year, behind Lady Gaga's "Born this Way." [Billboard]
- Mega-hottie Boris Kodjoe took to his Twitter page to give the fellas some advice on manhood. His suggestions? "Embrace your imperfections; Laugh at yourself. A woman likes a man who doesn’t take himself too serious; Fix or build something with your hands. It’ll show her that you are capable of taking care of a home; Treat a woman the way you would want your daughter to be treated. Anything less is unacceptable." We agree with that advice 200%! [Necole Bitchie]
- Jaleel White is back on the scene! It's been years since we last saw him in his most popular role as Steve Urkel but now the cutie is staring in Cee Lo Green's video "Cry Baby." Take a look at the video below. [Huffington Post]