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It’s official. Robin Thicke and Paula Patton are officially divorced. The couple separated a little over a year ago after being together since 1993. This news comes eight days after Thicke was ordered to pay $7.4 million in damages to Marvin Gaye’s family for copyright infringement. Rough week for Robin. [Billboard]
Deborah Cox keeps making moves. Cox is lending her powerhouse vocals to the lead role of music and fashion icon Josephine Baker in the upcoming Broadway show, Josephine. The musical debuts in April and will run through May 29. [Black Enterprise]
Good news for Sleepy Hollow. After suffering a season two ratings slump, FOX’s fantasy drama has been renewed for a third season. The plot will be reworked in the upcoming season with the series being more episodic as opposed to stories that are drawn out over the season. [The Hollywood Reporter]
The month of June will bring with it sunshine, warm weather and an all new season of one of the hottest shows on TV. 50 Cent’s hit show Power will be returning to television on June 6 at 9pm EST on STARZ. Season two will feature ten hour-long episodes and picks up right where the first season left off. We can’t wait!
On May 29, HBO will debut their new imaginative drama, Nightingale. Selma‘s David Oyelowo will star as war veteran living in solitude and isolation as he becomes increasingly disturbed in the mind. It’s a performance by Oyelowo that you don’t want to miss.
The Council of Fashion Designers of America, Inc. (CFDA) is honoring Pharrell Williams with their Fashion Icon of the Year award. The award is given to an individual whose style has made a significant impact on pop culture. No surprises there. Pharrell’s iconic hat definitely took the world by storm and he continues to shock and inspire on the red carpet. Congratulations, skate board P! [Complex]
Even though Empire‘s season is over, this show cannot be stopped! The two-hour season finale raked in 16.5 million viewers, that’s a 10% increase from last week. Empire has grown 68% since it’s debut just two months ago. And it looks like the Empire is going to keep on growing. [Deadline]