Coffee Talk: Beyoncé Shares Handwritten Apology for Canceled Concert
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See what we’re chatting about over coffee:

• Yesterday, Beyoncé followed doctors’ orders and canceled her concert in Belgium—citing exhaustion and dehydration. Early Wednesday, she posted a handwritten apology on her blog. “I’ve never postponed a show in my life,” wrote the ESSENCE Festival performer. “It was very hard for me. I promise I will make it up very soon. I’m sorry if I disappointed you.” She thanked concerned fans, assured them she’s feeling much better and said she’s ready to hit the stage tonight in Belgium. The note comes days after numerous media outlets, including People, have speculated she may be pregnant. Beyoncé’s Mrs. Carter Show tour will wrap up this August in Brooklyn. []

• After two years on air, Nick Cannon is leaving his radio show. He told fans in a statement that his last day will be June 8. Cannon will turn his attention to his multi-media company, NCredible Entertainment. He’s also set to begin work on a new album and revive his old MTV show, Wild N’ Out. [Vibe]

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• Will Smith has found his next movie. The superstar will produce and star in a remake of Sam Peckinpah’s The Wild Bunch. It’s unclear which character Smith will play or when filming will begin. Smith’s latest film, After Earth, hits theaters on May 31. [Slash Film]

• Sherri Shepherd has been tapped to host the second season of parental comedy NickMom Night Out. The 23-episode series is tapped before a live studio audience in New York City. The series features comical stories about parenthood and airs on Nick Jr. [TV by the Numbers]