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There’s a pre-Oscar buzz in Hollywood this week, and some of the brightest stars in Tinseltown gathered for the 6th Annual ESSENCE Black Women in Hollywood Awards Luncheon yesterday (February 21).
Oprah Winfrey showed up at the Beverly Hills Hotel to celebrate the presence of African-American ladies in the music, television and film industries, and she looked great doing it.
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Kicking off her week with a media appearance, Meagan Good showed up at Rockefeller Plaza for an interview on the “Today” show this morning (January 7).
The “One Missed Call” star was all smiles as she shuffled past the crowd gathered outside the NBC Studios, sporting a stylish overcoat to keep her warm in the Manhattan winter chill.
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Making for the third running of the annual showcase, BET's 2012 Black Girls Rock! celebration was taped during a ceremony held in New York City on Saturday night (October 13).
After six years of dating, Meagan Good married Columbia Pictures VP DeVon Franklin in Malibu, CA on Saturday (June 16).
The couple celebrated their vows in front of 400 guests at the beautiful Triunfo Creek Winery with a Spanish and bayou-themed party.
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After meeting one other on the set of "Jumping the Broom," actress Meagan Good and her boyfriend DeVon Franklin are now engaged to be married!
According to a report put out by TMZ on Tuesday (April 2), the "Californication" beauty's Sony Pictures Entertainment exec and 7th Day Adventist boyfriend popped the question in March.
Paying tribute to the best in African-American entertainment over the past twelve months, the 43rd NAACP Image Awards took place in Los Angeles, CA on Friday night (February 17).
Held at the Shrine Auditorium, the annual ceremony was hosted by Sanaa Lathan and Anthony Mackie while the big winner over the course of the show ended up being "The Help".
For a host of Hollywood royalty, Valentine’s Day meant going to the 39th Annual NAACP Image Awards. And there were plenty of beautiful people at Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium last night.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People brought out the stars, including actors and musicians. And everyone looked fabulous.