Coffee Talk: Shonda Rhimes, Toni Morrison, Alicia Keys, Wendy Williams to Appear in Upcoming Documentary

Plus: Janet Jackson teases a new song, a judge denies Glory Johnson's request for alimony, Dwayne Johnson signs on to star in a new Disney movie and more! 

Taylor Lewis Aug, 21, 2015

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If you ever wanted to know how powerful women like Toni Morrison, Alicia Keys and Shonda Rhimes got to where they are, now's your chance! PBS' newest documentary, American Masters: The Women's List, chronicles the journeys of these powerful women along with scores of others, including Nancy Pelosi, Rosie Perez and Margaret Cho. Watch how these trailblazing women made a name for themselves when the documentary premieres on Sept. 25. [People]

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Take solace in the fact that we are one day closer to a Janet Jackson album. After taking a seven-year hiatus, Miss Jackson is preparing to embark on her world tour, Unbreakable, and just announced that her new album would also be titled Unbreakable. But she's not done! The singer teased a 24-second snippet of her new song, titled "The Great Forever." Check it out here. [Billboard]

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Are you ready to see The Rock in a new Disney film? (We are!) Dwayne Johnson and his bulging muscles have just signed on to star in Jungle Cruise, Disney's new flick based on the popular Disneyland ride. The movie will take viewers on an adventure through an African backdrop. A release date hasn't been set yet, [The Hollywood Reporter]

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It doesn't look like Glory Johnson will be receiving any monetary support from her soon-to-be ex-wife, Brittney Griner. The two WNBA stars split mere weeks after tying the knot. One week after a judge denied Griner's request for an annulment, a judge is also saying no to Johnson's request for $20,000 in alimony. [ESPN]

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Vince and Tamar could be in some financial trouble. According to new reports, Vince Herbert allegedly owes a whopping $600,000 in back taxes—$525,000 in California and another $75,000 in New York. Less than five years ago, the music mastermind was ordered to pay $3 million in back taxes. We hope this couple can get everything sorted out! [Enstarz]