Patti Labelle - A host of stars performed and accepted awards at the 2015 Black Entertainment Television (BET) Honors which were held at the Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C., United States - Saturday 24th January 2015
Stephen Hill - A variety of stars were photographed as they took to the red carpet at the 2015 Black Entertainment Television (BET) Honors which were held at the Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C., United States - Saturday 24th January 2015
Wayne Brady and Maile Brady - A variety of stars were photographed as they took to the red carpet at the 2015 Black Entertainment Television (BET) Honors which were held at the Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C., United States - Saturday 24th January 2015
The 42 year-old star, who recently opened up about suffering with severe depression, admitted Robin Williams' suicide taught him "these secrets kill."
Many fans and people within the entertainment industry were shocked when iconic comedian Robin Williams committed suicide in August, but this tragic event effected Wayne Brady deeper than he would ever realize.
Brady recently revealed he was suffering with depression
Brady, who always seemed upbeat when starring on comedy shows like 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?' and 'Let's Make a Deal,' recently revealed to Entertainment Tonight Monday (Nov 3rd) that behind the camera he was dealing with severe depression, like Williams was before hanging himself aged 63.
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Forget 'Toy Story': prepare to emit a hearty bellow of "Hurrah" as your real childhood friends are brought to life.
Ever seen a crayon with eyelashes? You will have after you've watched the brand new trailer for kids animation The Hero of Color City, a hot new movie with a rather unique premise. The visual equivalent to giving your kids E-numbers, the imaginative and - some might say - psychedelic action adventure is drawing (sorry) steadily nearer to its official release in fall.
You Can't Afford To Miss '...Color City': The Breakout Children's Film Of 2014.
Dubbed "An unforgettable adventure about finding your true color," the film follows a pack of crayons who leap out of their box when little Ben is asleep and head through a magic portal to the wondrous City of Color. There, they socialise with other colors and revel in the unending, multi-hued joy of their existence.
Ben is a young boy who, like any other kid his age, loves to spend his time coloring his carefully constructed crayon drawings. However, much unlike any other's crayons, Ben's come to life every night when he's asleep and venture into their crayon box world of rainbows and vibrant adventures. One night, their multihued fun is threatened by two brutal unfinished drawings named King Scrawl and Gnat, who plan to drain the color from the city by blocking their rainbow waterfall. Determined to stay bright, the crayons embark on a mission to save themselves from a lifetime of black and white - the only problem is, they have to rectify the blockage before Ben wakes up in just a few hours' time. Can the crayons restore their chances of staying colorful in time? Or will they be doomed to dullness forever?
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Wayne Brady and TLC's Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas were linked together last week, but the singer said there is absolutely nothing to the dating rumors.
It looks like the romance between Wayne Brady and Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas of TLC is over before it even began. A source reportedly told People the singer and comedian were an item after being spotted in Las Vegas over the weekend.
Wayne Brady arrives at the 2013 Apollo Theatre Spring Gala
"They've been down this road before, but now the timing is right," the source had told the magazine. "They've been friends for a long time, but the romance is a new thing."
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Joan Jett was honoured at the 2013 Sunset Strip Festival, Linkin Park played an amazing headline set and Chris Brown even made an appearance.
The sixth edition of Hollywood's Sunset Strip Music Festival was a memorable affair with some amazing surprise features and a great show from this year's honouree Joan Jett with her band The Blackhearts.
The event took place last weekend (August 1st - 3rd) with an astounding 15,000 fans showing up to soak in the rock vibes. It kicked off on the Thursday as veteran rock chick Joan Jett was landed with the Elmer Valentine Award celebrating her influence on the Sunset Strip music scene. Following a stunning performance, the star told Rolling Stone how good it felt to be once again playing on the Strip. 'It felt really fulfilling in a lot of ways. When I left LA, it was with a hangdog vibe', she explained. 'I had the impression. of people laughing at me, saying. 'We told you girls couldn't play rock and roll'. It's very humbling. People are very sincere in their praise and you can't take it lightly.'
You can always rely on Cedric The Entertainer to get the red-carpet rocking ahead of an industry bash. Real name Cedric Antonio Kyles, the American actor and comedian showed up at the 2013 BET Honors last week to really liven things up! The Steve Harvey Show alum looked in his element posing for photographers and chatting with fellow guests.
It was a typical grand entrance from the funny-man, though the waiting press pack were perhaps more keen to snap Avatar star Laz Alonso, who also attended the event, and Anthony Anderson from All About The Andersons. Other high profile arrivals included R&B and soul producers Jimmy Jam and Terry lewis, BET chairman Debra Lee and Ava Coleman, Whose Line Is It Anyway? comedian Wayne Brady and WNBA player Lisa Leslie and husband MICHAEL LOCKWOOD.
Continue reading: Cedric The Entertainer Steals The Show On BET Red Carpet (Video)
Celebrities and business people are snapped on the red carpet at the 2013 BET Honors. Among them is funnyman Cedric The Entertainer who, as usual, makes a grand entrance by waltzing up and down the carpet in front of the step-and-repeat. 'Avatar' star Laz Alonso and Anthony Anderson from 'All About the Andersons' also make appearances.
We should leave happy and satisfied after rooting for these young men every step of the way, but we don't, and the reason is clear. The movie's dancers and the music may have soul, but Roll Bounce has none, and it starts with the characters.
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