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That’s So Raven‘s spinoff/sequel series is officially happening. After announcing the project in October 2016, along with her exit from The View, Raven-Symoné‘s Raven’s Home has officially been ordered to series with production beginning in April in Los Angeles. The show will premiere later in 2017. Starring Raven-Symoné and Anneliese van der Pol, who will reprise their That’s So Raven roles, Raven Baxter…

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Atlanta star Donald Glover had a lot to celebrate Sunday night at the 2017 Golden Globes E!’s Ross Mathews was backstage during the annual awards show to catch Glover’s reaction. Glover was completely surprised by his double victory, saying, “I was just trying to figure out what kind of whiskey I was going to drink…

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When it comes to Kim Kardashian and Kanye West‘s marriage, don’t believe the rumors. A source tells E! News exclusively that not only are they doing fine as a couple, but also that the “Famous” rapper will be OK, too. “Kanye is going to be fine. And he and Kim are strong,” the insider tells us. “Just because…

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  Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams brought back some serious Destiny’s Child vibes when they attended the ELLE Women in Hollywood Awards on Monday night. The longtime pals and former bandmates posed together on the red carpet, looking gorgeous in their dresses (which happened to be of the same color palette). Rowland opted for a sequined maroon frock, while Williams went for a blush satin…

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The summer of 2016 hurt like a motherf–ker—and that’s because it had been about a year since Maroon 5 released its last song, “This Summer’s Gonna Hurt like a Motherf–ker.” Late Tuesday night, the pop band returned with a new track, “Don’t Wanna Know,” featuring rapper Kendrick Lamar. The song is available on Amazon, Apple Music, Google Play, iTunes…

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During each episode of Atlanta, my Tuesday night Twitterverse and IRL friends share their collective excitement about hearing songs from artists like Kodak Black and Cousin Stizz. It’s not just that the show has featured artists that are below-the-radar favorites, or finally getting their deserved shine. It’s that the spot-on, deliberate-yet-nonchalant placement of their songs makes the show feel…