"Trust and Believe" songstress Keyshia Cole announces her 'Woman to Woman' tour.
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•ESSENCE festival headliner Keyshia Cole announced her 'Woman to Woman' tour set to kick off this March. The tour follows her very successful fifth studio album, also named Woman to Woman, which earned the number two spot on the Billboard R&B/ Hip Hop Albums chart. The month-long tour will run from March 28 to April 21 and will cover 18 cities within North America. Chrisette Michele is also set to join the tour alongside Cole. The trek will be Keyshia's way of thanking fans for making all of her albums top 10 on the Billboard 200. [CNBC]
• Scandal star Kerry Washington will grace the National Mall this May as guest speaker for George Washington University's Commencement address. The GWU alum will also receive an honorary degree from the University. GWU President, Steven Knapp, is excited to have the sultry actress attend the ceremony, saying, "I am delighted that Mrs. Washington has agreed to give the Commencement address." [Washington Post]
• Jeffrey Simon Hubbard put forth a not guilty plea to all charges in the boating crash that killed R&B artist Usher Raymond's 11-year-old stepson, Kile Glover. Simon faces charges of first-degree homicide by vessel, unlawful operation of a personal watercraft, reckless operation of a vessel, boat traffic violation and serious injury by vessel. [Gainesville Times]
• Justin Timberlake is seeing double in his brand-new video for his newly released song "Mirrors." The personal video, which he dedicates to his grandparents "William & Sadie," tells a story of true love standing the test of time. "Mirrors" is the second single off of Timberlake's The 20/20 Experience, which the R&B crooner plans to release a Vol. 2 of this November. Check out the new video below and let us know what you think. [MTV]