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The Globes needed more Mary J. Blige

Kathleen Posted by Kathleen at January 8, 2018 15:10:04 January 8, 2018 15:10:04
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After a show like this, there’s always one person I wish we got to see more of. After the Globes, that person is Mary J. Blige. I didn’t see her interviewed on the red carpet. I was flipping between E! and NBC and I think I caught a glimpse of her on a photo wall but there were no amazing Mary J. Full Story

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Mary J Blige’s new year “breakthrough”

Lainey Posted by Lainey at January 3, 2018 15:18:41 January 3, 2018 15:18:41
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The Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala happened last night. This is always an important stop on the award season circuit since so many Oscar voters show up at the event. Which is why so many Oscar hopefuls show up at the event. The voting period for Oscar nominations opens this Friday and closes on January 12. Full Story

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Mary J. Blige gets hers

Kathleen Posted by Kathleen at December 11, 2017 15:22:44 December 11, 2017 15:22:44
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TWO! Mary J. Blige was nominated for two Golden Globes this morning. I was expecting the nod for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role. Last month, after she attended a party for75th anniversary of the Golden Globes, I wrote that Mary J. was working the award season circuit Full Story

Mary and Tiffany

Lainey Posted by Lainey at December 4, 2017 15:30:43 December 4, 2017 15:30:43
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Yesterday was Tiffany Haddish’s birthday. On Saturday night she was hanging out with Mary J Blige at DJ Khaled’s birthday party which I think was also a promotional event for The Four, the new talent competition show starring Khaled, Diddy, Meghan Trainor, and Fergie.  Mary, as we’ve seen recently, has been working the award circuit in support of Mudbound and her own Oscar campaign for Best Supporting Actress which continues to build momentum. Full Story

Dee Rees’ Mudbound is a classic

Sarah Posted by Sarah at November 21, 2017 18:54:47 November 21, 2017 18:54:47
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Mudbound opens with two men racing to dig a hole to bury their father before imminent rain makes it impossible. While digging, they discover a set of shackles and a skull with a bullet hole. “A slave grave,” one man says. “Pappy would hate that.” That scene sets the tone for Mudbound, adapted from Hillary Jordan’s novel by director Dee Rees Full Story

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Mary J. Blige, an appreciation 

Kathleen Posted by Kathleen at November 16, 2017 14:06:07 November 16, 2017 14:06:07
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I won’t pretend that this post is anything other than an expression of admiration and excitement for Mary J. Blige. So, if you don’t want to read me glowing up Mary J for too many words, turn back now.  It has been a little over a year since Mary J. Blige freed herself from a sh-tty marriage to a sh-tty dude named Kendu. Full Story

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Monday, November 6, 2017

Dear Gossips,

Oscar campaigning is officially underway as there were several events this weekend in Hollywood, featuring many expected award season contenders trying to build as much awareness around their projects and performances before the holiday break.  Read Full Intro

Monday, June 26, 2017

Dear Gossips,

There was a lot of nostalgia last night at the BET Awards. New Edition was honoured. Mary J Blige showed us how great it can be to set yourself free. And Xscape came back onstage together after 18 years apart. But to balance the nostalgia, there were several new school highlights as well.  Read Full Intro

Mudbound 2018?

Lainey Posted by Lainey at January 23, 2017 15:16:42 January 23, 2017 15:16:42
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At Sundance, back in 2012, Ava DuVernay became the first black woman to win Best Director for her film Middle Of Nowhere. Two years later, she directed Selma, which was the first film directed by a black woman to be nominated for Best Picture, though she was not nominated for Best Director. This year at Sundance, everybody is talking about Full Story

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