Coffee Talk: Missy Elliott Reportedly Joining 'The Voice'

Plus: Dr. Dre announces new album, Bobby Brown's wife suffers seizures after Bobbi Kristina's funeral, Naomi Campbell is sentenced to six months in a Sicilian prison, Andre 3000 joins the cast of American Crime and more!

Taylor Lewis Aug, 03, 2015

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Is it true? Could Missy Elliott be on her way to NBC? Multiple sources are reporting that the "Gossip Folks" singer has signed on to be a mentor on the network's hit singing competition, The Voice. Rumor has it that Missy would be teaming up with Voice judge Pharrell and serve as his hip-hop mentor. [Yahoo]

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Just hours after Bobbi Kristina Brown was laid to rest over the weekend, Bobby Brown's wife, Alicia Etheredge, was reportedly rushed to the hospital after she suffered multiple seizures. Her health scare comes just days after giving birth to a baby girl. We're praying that Alicia makes a speedy recovery. [MSN]

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Naomi Campbell has fallen into some international legal messiness. A Sicilian court has sentenced the supermodel to six months in prison over a 2009 assault in which she swung her bag at a paparazzo and allegedly injured in. An attorney for Naomi says that they are currently disputing the ruling. Stay tuned… [Vogue UK]

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The wait is over. After a 16-year hiatus, Dr. Dre is (finally) dropping a new album, Compton, just days before the release of the N.W.A. biopic, Straight Outta Compton. The new album replaces the highly anticipated Detox, the album that the rap mastermind has been working on since 2011 that he felt "just wasn't good." Be sure to download Compton on Aug. 7, available exclusively on iTunes and Apple Music. [The Verge]

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Andre 3000 is making his return to the small screen: He has signed on to star in the second season of ABC's American Crime. The Outkast singer, alongside Regina King, will play the parent of a teenager accused of a horrendous crime. We're already setting our DVRs. [Hip-Hop DX]


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