Tyler Perry has shared his prayer for his friend to ignore people's opinions and hopes his words can help others.
Perry, the 45-year-old playwright, took to his Facebook to share some struggles that a friend of his was going through.
"I sent this to a friend of mine last night who's been going through some things. She's a talented gifted woman, but she started paying attention to the voices and chatter of the people around her and stopped looking at the blessing she was standing on," Perry wrote in the Facebook post. "She was looking so low that she didn't realize how high up she was. I think we're all guilty of that at some point or another." more >>
Malcolm Jamal Warner has admitted that it's painful to hear the sexual assault allegations brought against his television dad from "The Cosby Show."
Warner, the 44-year-old actor, looked to comedian Bill Cosby as a mentor and did not shy away from speaking about his positive contributions to the community recently to Billboard. Warner starred as the television son Theo Huxtable alongside Bill Cosby in the hit 1980s and 1990s family sitcom, "The Cosby Show."
While the last few months have been filled with allegations and lawsuits from over 20 women who claim Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted them over the span of 50 years, Warner admitted he cannot go into detail about his thoughts on the matter. more >>
After Maya Dejong and Amy Warren—also known as "The Candy Girls"—won season 25 of "The Amazing Race" and took home the $1 million grand prize, the show is gearing up for a brand new season as the Emmy winning reality series is going to play matchmaker on Season 26.
The new season will feature a new twist—six of the pairs competing in the race are already in established relationships, while the other five are "blind dates" who will meet for the very first time at the race's starting line.
"Usually we have people who know each other really well. In this particular case, we have five blind dates and six regular dates," said Bertram van Munster, "The Amazing Race" co-creator and executive producer. "Going on a blind date to a restaurant is one thing, but going on a blind date around the world is like rolling the dice in a big way." more >>
This week's episode of the hit supernatural TV drama series "The Vampire Diaries" will once again see the directorial skills of one of its cast member and spoiler reports suggest that Elena (Nina Dobrev) will still find a hard time breaking free from Kai (Chris Wood).
Tonight's segment was actually the second time that the actor who plays Stefan Salvatore had gone behind the camera. The first was with last season's "Resident Evil."
Talking about his episode, Paul Wesley went on to speak about the mystical elements that fans should expect in "Woke Up with a Monster." more >>
On last Sunday's episode of "Downton Abbey," Lady Mary is unsure about marrying Tony, Violet pressures Mary to get married, and a prince from Violet's past shows up at the abbey.
The episode opens with Mary and Tony in bed in a hotel in Liverpool. Tony wants her to stay and tells her that it won't matter if people find out about them since they're about to get married anyway. Mary says that although she won't be walking down the aisle anytime soon, appearances do matter and says, "I've been tarnished once and I won't be tarnished again." Later, Violet's butler, Spratt, sees Mary and Tony outside the hotel.
Back at the abbey, Spratt tells Violet that he saw Mary and Tony. Violet comes up with an excuse and tells him that the two were attending a landowner's conference and said that she knew that they were there. more >>
On last Tuesday's episode of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," some of the ladies are dealing with being empty nesters, and Brandi watches her ex's new reality show.
Kyle is trying hard to cope with the fact that her daughter, Alexia, is leaving for college. Kyle's entire family goes to Arizona to bring Alexia to University of Arizona, and while Kyle is having a hard time letting go, she knows that having her daughter attend college is the right thing to do since she never went to college herself. When it's time to say goodbye, Kyle is in tears and thinks that now everything is going to change.
Meanwhile, Yolanda is supervising her daughter Bella's move to New York where she is about to go to Parsons School. Bella's DUI has made Yolanda unsure about letting her daughter go, and Yolanda feels that she may have something to do with what led Bella to make that one poor decision. Yolanda decides to get Bella an apartment and she hired decorators to furnish the place. Later, Bella gives her mother a card and apologized for what she put her through and said that she will try to do better. more >>