The conservative African-American star has previously appeared on Fox News shows like Fox & Friends, but now she is close to signing on for a more long-term role to share her political views on air, according to the New York Post.
Dash has become an outspoken supporter of the U.S. Republican Party since backing Barack Obama's rival Mitt Romney in the 2012 presidential elections, although her Twitter.com endorsement prompted a backlash among fans.
Discussing the surprising reaction to her Twitter posts, she recently said, "I woke up the next morning, and my life changed. I had death threats, people calling me Uncle Tom, telling me I didn't like black people. Ridiculous things that I didn't really care to hear...
"It made me feel more confident in my belief. It made me feel that I needed to stand up more."
The ‘Luther’ actor is one of the hot favourites to take over from Daniel Craig.
Perry made more than any other musician this year including rival Taylor Swift and boyband One Direction.
Seth MacFarlane confesses how he wanted to do something completely different with the new movie.
Mumford and Sons launch their video for newest single 'The Wolf', featuring footage from Bonnaroo.
Filming has begun on the all-female reboot of the classic comedy and now we’ve been given a sneak peek at the ladies’ uniforms.
Bully have just unveiled their debut album 'Feels Like' and now the four-piece have launched an audio for their first single 'Milkman'.
Iggy made her feelings about ‘Pretty Girls’ clear on Sunday, but has Britney Spears fired back?