Plus, Condolezza Rice declines Rutgers Commencement Address invitation, R&B Divas Atlanta season three sets TV One record, Sheree Whitfield in talks to return to RHOA, Tyra Banks said to be outraged with Victoria's Secret.
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Eddie Murphy is set to star in Paramount's reboot of Beverly Hills Cop. Slated for a March 25, 2016 release date; this will be the fourth installment in the hit 1980s series. Murphy will pick up where he left off in the role as Alex Foley as he leaves his lush Beverly Hills lifestyle to hit the mean streets of Detroit. [Deadline]
Condoleezza Rice has backed out of delivering the commencement address at Rutgers University after protests by faculty and students regarding her role in the Iraq War. Rice declined the invitation saying, "Commencement should be a time of joyous celebration for the graduates and their families. Rutgers' invitation to me has become a distraction for the university community at this very special time." [HuffingtonPost]
R&B Divas Atlanta season three premiere has set a TV One ratings record. The reality series starring R&B stars Monifah, Keke Wyatt, Angie Stone, LaTavia Roberson, Meelah Williams and Syleena Johnson, was the network's highest rated primetime original series with 338,000 viewers. Catch the new season Wednesdays at 10 p.m. EST on TV One. [ThatGrapeJuice]
Real Housewives of Atlanta veteran Sheree Whitfield is rumored to be returning to the hit show. Speculations of Whitfield's return began when RHOA cast member Miss Lawrence posted a photo with Whitfield captioning it, "Dont Gag! The real REUNION last night at the wedding was of me and @shereewhitfield stay tuned! #funtimes #show #leeegandary." Sheree is said to have tweeted hints of a return, even saying that she would be Kenya Moore's ally, fans will just have to wait and see. [ThatGrapeJuice]
Tyra Banks is said to be furious regarding Victoria's Secret's decision to exclude her from the most recent TV fashion special last December. Banks was reportedly told, "the audience likes to see the newest models, not the 'veterans,' on the runway during the VS TV show." Tyra, who modeled for the brand from 1997-2005 was reportedly outraged and has said that she will not work with Victoria's Secret again. [RadarOnline]